Moscow Teachers Discuss Innovations

The second citywide Innovations in Teaching Meeting took place today at the Digital Business Hub. Representatives of local schools and colleges were discussing technologies affecting the educational process as well as competencies necessary to master these technologies.

The event gathered more than 500 participants. Speakers included Olga Dymarskaya, head of the Professions of the Future Moscow project; Vitaly Altukhov, director for research and development at Profilium; Andrei Shevchuk, associate professor of economic sociology at the Higher School of Economics; Andrei Kulagin, managing director of the coworking chain Deworkacy; and others.

Teachers and experts believe that today's students are ready to face the challenges of a new reality and that they see themselves not only as employees of large companies, but also as entrepreneurs.

The event also premiered a new business game that can make extracurricular classes more engaging.