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"Golden Way"

Program for Teachers, Russia, 2008-2016

The program of moral education for children, adolescents and youth "Altyn Yul" (Golden Way) is an active form of education, which is built on the methodology of cooperation and collective ethically based decision-making; it includes elements of role-playing and involves instant creation of interactive situations. The program has four features that make it a unique and effective means of education for the young generation. First, it focuses on finding a positive and constructive solution to problematic situations, based on moral values. Second, it is based on a belief that human beings are noble creatures. Third, it uses an innovative format of micro-drama as a powerful means of personal transformation. Fourth, it implements a long-term program of moral development consisting of more than 100 topics touching the most critical issues of youth's life and designed for five years of weekly lessons with the students of all ages.

Since 2008, trainings to provide teachers, psychologists, social workers, pedagogy students and parents with the methodology for the Golden Way lessons were made in numerous cities of Russia, including Kazan, Naberezhnye Chelny, Nizhnekamsk, Almetyevsk, Zelenodolsk (Republic of Tatarstan), and Ekaterinburg, Izhevsk, Moscow, Saint-Petersburg. Thousands of professionals were trained, and each of them was given a set consisiting of a DVD with videos and a Manual.

View one of the videos of the program (in Russian)