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New educational standards will help teachers run conservation projects

13 may 2014
A seminar for teachers from 15 secondary schools of Dalnerechensky District of Primorye and the city of Dalnerechensk was held with the support of WWF.

How to put in practice new educational standards was on the seminar’s agenda.

If historically a teacher provided a student with the whole bulk of information on a topic than today he has to teach a kid to get the needed data on a do-it-yourself basis. It can be achieved by running mini scientific and conservation projects. By implementing these projects the students will learn how to set goals and tasks, search the required materials and, what is not less important, to prove theoretical knowledge through receiving practical results like planting trees, laying ecological trails, and raising public awareness of the people living nearby.

Teachers from 15 local secondary schools became students at the seminar
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