TISBI Turned into a Centre for an Exchange of Experience for Representatives of UNESCO ASPnet

Unesco 11 may 2023

The event was organized for the representatives of UNESCO ASPnet from Perm, Izhevsk, Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk and Nizhny Tagil

The UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) was established in 1953. It links educational institutions across the world around a common goal: to build peace in the minds of children and young people. More than 12,000 members of ASPnet Project from 182 countries support the ideas of international understanding, peace, intercultural dialogue, sustainable development and quality education.

The UNESCO ASPnet, as a driver for innovation and quality in education, is recognized as an effective tool for reaching target 4.7 on Global Citizenship Education (GCED) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) of Sustainable Development Goal 4 - Education 2030.

"Children should be educated. The task of a teacher is to help children love their kindergartens, school, and people around them. Fostering patriotism must begin from cultivating these feelings. We must learn to love. Even those children who study at home should do it with pleasure. Our University study disabled students. They get work after graduation and help children with disabilities. The main thing is to teach children be generous, honest and build up their human qualities. It is difficult to overestimate the role of teacher." Nella Pruss National Coordinator of the UNESCO ASPnet in the Russian Federation

The representatives from “Ural” region, directors and coordinators of schools shared their experience on participation in UNESCO project activities.

Akhtam Chugalaev, the coordinator of “Ural” region, highlighted that every member school of UNESCO ASPnet is central in its direction; they cooperate with each other which allow them to cover all the spheres. Be a part of UNESCO means be humane, thrifty to people and environment.

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