Under the framework of scientific-pedagogical internships, which have held with the active support of the Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation, English-language Zoom lectures have been organized on March 19, 2021.
Mykhailo Vikhliaiev, Doctor of Law, Associate Professor, Director of the Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation, has opened online lectures with welcoming remarks. He has highlighted the need for international cooperation as it contributes to the educational effectiveness and a variety of learning forms.
Then, outstanding dr Marcin Miziołek, Certified Coach, Mentor (the Republic of Poland), has taken the floor. Over recent years, the stress phenomenon, which is definitely associated with the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemia, has increased. Coronavirus disease touched upon everyone in all corners of the world and caused many adverse effects: implementation of sanitary and epidemiological measures, restriction of entrance into a country, leaving abroad and domestic travel, switch to distance working, if possible. Unfortunately, due to low profit, which didn’t cover expenses, some enterprises had to cut the workforce. The above negatively impacted people. For the above reasons, he has focused on stress in details. Dr Marcin Miziołek has talked about the triggers that cause stress, its features, consequences, how to deal with stress and given some hints and tips to make life easier.
The Covid-19 pandemic also influenced other important areas of our life: education. Sad to say, just like a majority of the enterprises, many kindergartens, schools, colleges and universities adjusted to e-learning (however, the situation varies). Teachers faced a major problem – students’ reluctance to study, because the process became arid and monotonous. Thus, incredible mgr Joanna Skiba, Expert in Adult Education and E-Learning (the Republic of Poland), has told us how to transform learning into a gripping process. The speaker has emphasized all aspects of creative teaching, innovative technologies and methods, bearing in mind distance learning.
At the end of the online lecture, participant have concluded and highlighted that “Life is the flower for which love is the honey” (according to a French novelist Victor-Marie Hugo).
We express gratitude to all the participants for your encouraging comments:
Володимир Стешенко: Panic Joannj! Dziękuję za ciekawy i interesujacy wykład!!
Ірина: Thank you for so informative lecture!
Tetiana Dudka: I am much obliged to both lecturers for the very informative lectures.
Zapolska Yuliya: It was interesting and usefull lecture! Thanks a lot!
Віталія Дідух: Thank you ❤️
Olena Nuzhna: Thank you so much!
Валентина Псарева: Thank you for interesting lecture!
The lecture is available on our official YouTube channel.
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