The Unification Peace Federation in Ukraine (UPF), together with Zhanna V., Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Lecturer of the Department of the Kyiv Regional Council's Municipal Educational Institution "Kyiv Regional In-Service Teacher Training Institute," conducted a practical, interactive lesson "School of Peace" online on February 24, 2021 format on the ZOOM platform on the topic: "Technology creativity - a stimulus for creativity." It was attended by students from ten schools in Kyiv, teachers, and students.
The purpose of the event is to motivate young people to develop new skills in the XXI century. Creativity is an essential skill that helps prepare young people for the difficulties and challenges of the modern world. Young people received practical training on the development of creativity: together, they created and found original ideas, sought solutions to problems in a non-standard way, tried to see issues from a different angle and their solutions in a unique way. They also discussed together what hinders the development of creativity. All participants took an active part in the event, gaining the necessary knowledge and skills.
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