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Премия рунета 2017

A management game resulted in a practical outcome

06 december 2017
Thanks to the support of the Department of Education of Khasansky district and WWF Russia, in the Year of Environment in Russia, the schoolchildren from 12 eco clubs of the southwestern Primorye prepared an audio excursion for the tourists.
The first stage of the management game was held in each school of Khasansky and Nadezhdinsky districts of Primorye. Svetlana Titova, the consultant of WWF Russia Amur branch, one of the organizers of the game, suggested the kids to assess the tourist potential of their districts, figure out the categories of tourists and after that find interesting and valuable objects, worth of travelers’ attention, in their local villages along Razdolnoye-Khasan highway. About 200 children with enthusiasm tried themselves as professional tourist guides, selecting materials for a bus excursion about the historical aspects of their villages, islands and capes, as well as the information about Red Listed plants and animals.

The next stage of the game became the gathering of all children at schools of Barabash and Khasan villages. The final event included a competitive admission of tourist objects with preferential voting. The teams prepared the presentations of about 8-10 tourist objects, and the best five of them were selected for making the audio excursion.

The Year of Environment in Russian is coming to an end. More than 2 000 schoolchildren form the southwestern Primorye are now preparing for celebrations of “The New Year with a tiger and a leopard”. This bright holiday with tiger and leopard, as the main heroes ,will be organized with support of WWF Russia Amur branch.

Irina Konovalova
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