In Moscow Yamal will present the educational ethno-park “Arktorium”
15:05 3 марта 2017
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In April in Moscow Yamal will present the exhibition “The educational ethno-park Arktorium”. It aroused big interest of the participants of the third Arctic educational forum.
This information was given by the head of the office of regional development at the specialized department Sergey Lymar on the press-conference by the results of the third Arctic educational forum. The press-conference took place in the press-center of the news agency “Sever-Press”. As he notes, big attention in the region is paid to ethnic culture and saving of languages of northern peoples.
According to the information given by Grigory Lymar, issues of preservation of conditions for traditional nature management were discussed on the forum in one row with human resourcing of the Arctic development. For the forum the specialists prepared “The Atlas of nomadic education”, which was presented on the round table. The Federal agency of education was included to fulfillment of this project. The presentation of the album “The nomadic kindergarten in Yamalskiy district” took place, as he adds.
As we should remind, the third Arctic educational forum took place in Salekhard on the 28th of February – the 1st of March. About 350 people became its participants. They are specialists of the Ministry for education and science, the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, the Agency for strategic initiatives on promotion of new projects, the Agency for development of professional communities and skilled workers “WorldSkills Russia” and large enterprises conducting their activity in Yamal. The participants of educational systems from Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug, Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Archangelsk Oblast, Ural regions and also from the Netherlands, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Canada and the USA arrived to the capital of Yamal. They discussed professional development of people in conditions of economic development of the Arctic zone with consideration of ethno-cultural specifics of the region and education of indigenous peoples of the North.