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More than 200 teachers from different regions of Ukraine came to Lviv for the educational discussion

Lviv hosted the fifth major (un)conference mini EdCamp Lviv, which was attended by more than 200 educators from different parts of Ukraine – Lviv, Ternopil, Rivne, Uzhhorod, Lutsk, Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, Vinnytsia, Khmelnytsky, Dnipro, Kyiv, Sumy, Poltava, and Kharkiv. In addition to educators and leading speakers, the event was attended by Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi.

“During these two years of the great war, you have all gone through a lot: you have taken in IDPs, conducted training under rocket fire, searched for different ways to distract children from anxiety or stress in shelters, and, most importantly, you continue to do so. You are our foundation, and I never tire of thanking you for your dedication.

It is very important to understand that our realities have been changed by the war and we must be able to adapt to this. The issue of mental health for all Ukrainians is extremely important, especially for teachers, because you work with children. Therefore, the topic you are discussing at this meeting is something that is more relevant now than ever. Thank you for being so concerned. I wish all of you to leave this meeting with bright thoughts and good ideas,” said the mayor of Lviv.

We remind you that the theme of this year’s event is “EdCamp: Learning in the Shadow of Conflict”. Given the difficult times, teachers discussed the psychological component of education and how to cope with the current challenges.

Among the speakers were Pavlo Sheremeta, former Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine; Oleh Bereziuk, head of psychological and psychosocial rehabilitation at the Unbroken Center; Volodymyr Stancyshyn, therapist and author; and Vlodko Luchyshyn, radio host and executive director of Lvivska Hvilya radio.

The event also included teacher sessions: various craftsmen, therapy rooms, tours of ancient Lviv, and more.

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