AMO holds educational seminars in Ukraine
News Source: Association for International Affairs, Czech Republic
The Association for International Affairs (AMO) held two seminars on the use of oral history in multicultural education for students at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv June 5-6.
The seminars were conducted as part of “Alternative Education for Ukrainian Teachers,” an AMO project to provide Ukrainian teachers and education workers with knowledge about the post-communist Czech experience in transforming its educational system, and about innovative teaching methods.
Led by Karina Horeni of Masaryk University in Brno and Anna Lenchovskaya, a coordinator of Shoa Foundation in Ukraine, the seminars targeted students of history and religious studies. The training was followed by a workshop for representatives of Crimean Tatar teachers who have participated in AMO’s previous trainings for the project in Crimea.