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Masters Students and Teachers at Baltiyskaya Mrezha Forum
From April 28-29, 2018, the first Baltiyskaua Mrezha International Forum began its work in Vilnius, Lithuania. It was organized by the Institute for Orthodox Education (Lithuania) with support from the Faculty of Spiritual and Religious Education of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russia) and the Departments of Pedagogy and Methodology of Primary Education of Saint Tikhons Orthodox University of the Humanities.

It has already become for a tradition for Masters students and professors from the Department to take part in academic events in the Baltic region. This year, the forum brought together academics for discussions on problems such as humanity, faith, language, and morality.

During the session on the Problem of Moral Ideals in Contemporary Education, Professor Olga Yanushkyavichene of Saint Tikhons Orthodox University of the Humanities gave a presentation on Influence of Gadgets on Childrens Intellectual and Verbal Development. Professor Svetlana Divnogortseva, Deputy Head of the Department of Pedagogy and Methodology of Primary Education, gave a presentation on The Problem of Fatherhood and Personal Example. Dr Natalia Bogatyreva, a teacher at the Department of Pedagogy and Methodology of Primary Education of Saint Tikhons University and of the Department of Russian Literature at the Institute of Philology at Moscow State Pedagogical University, gave a paper on Upbringing Through Literature: Spiritual and Moral Values in Contemporary Prose for Children and Adolescents. The Masters students from Saint Tikhons University also gave presentations.

The travels and the academic and pedagogical work of the student and teachers in the Baltic region lasted over 10 days. The time spent in a circle of Russian academics, in constant contact, communication, and inquiry served as a stimulus for further creative projects by Masters students and their supervisors, and gave rise to the joy of encounter and live dialogue.

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