Binary classes add variety to the educational process

As part of the environmental week “Let’s Save the Primroses!” binary lessons on the subjects “Learning about nature and Fine arts” were held at Grenji-Donskyi Uzhhorod secondary school No. 6. It was possible to combine two educational fields: art and natural sciences, thanks to these classes.

This type of work was done with 5th-6th grade students to help them think about the educational material from different perspectives and demonstrate their creative abilities by applying what they had learned in real life.

The children looked curiously at the first spring flowers in the yard and around the school during the “Let’s Get to Know Nature” lesson, and then listened to a lecture by teacher Hanna Popovych about the characteristics of primroses and the threat of their extinction. In order to better remember the flowers, the children drew them with the help of their art teacher, Lesya Humeniuk. Some students made postcards from photos they took on the walk. This type of work with students is the most effective in terms of environmental education and instilling a love of the native land.

The event was held within the framework of cooperation between between the Institute of Ecological and Religious Studies- IERS (headed by Alexander Bokotey) and the Nature Conservation Union of Germany (NABU BundesverbandNABU International), project coordinators –  Ivan Tymofeiev (NABU),  and financially supported by VGP Foundation.

Informational Service of IERS

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