Proceedings of the International Conference on the Development of Education in Russia and the CIS Member States (ICEDER 2018)

Ethnic Holidays as a Means of Formation of Ethnocultural Competence Among Schoolchildren

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Nataly Spector
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Nataly Spector
Available Online December 2018.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/iceder-18.2018.28How to use a DOI?
Keywords
holiday, ethnic holiday, intercultural education, ethnic values, ethnocultural competence, ethnocultural education, educational space
Abstract
One of the characteristic features of the beginning of the XXI century is the strengthening of the interaction and interdependence of countries and peoples in order to mutually enrich cultures. Under these conditions, the problem of tolerant coexistence of various ethnic and social communities is realized by scholars all over the world, since there are practically no mono-ethnic states. Consequently, the importance of multicultural education is emphasized, which allows a person to acquire an ability to have a tolerant attitude towards foreign culture experience. The experimental base was the 1621 school of the Central Administrative District of Moscow.
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