Congratulations to the winners of “The Best Distance Learning Lesson” Contest
In April Educational Board of the Ukrainian World Congress and National Educational Board of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress launched the world contest for teachers and educators “The Best Distance Learning Lesson”. After the contest finals, there were chosen 17 winners among all participants who were competing in the following categories: Ukrainian language, literature, culture, geography, history and culture studies.
There were 65 submissions of 56 educators from 6 different counties. The best lessons were chosen considering the age of the target audience and subject matter categories. As per the contest rules, all participants could cast their vote for 1 best lesson excluding their own submission.
Sincere congratulations to our winners: Olena Radiyevska from Melbourne (Australia), Yuliia Orel from Toronto (Canada), Tetiana Sukhoviyenko form Dubai (UAE), Olia Myc from Edmonton (Canada), Olga Istotska from Lyptsi (Ukraine), Tetiana Luchytska from Vinnytsia (Ukraine), Tetianka Karpova from Montreal (Canada), Iryna Berling from Toronto (Canada), Lilia Sukha from Edmonton (Canada), Oleksandr Cherkas from Kyiv (Ukraine), Svitlana Leskiv from Ternopil region (Ukraine), Yuliia Shlapko from Winnipeg (Canada), Nataliia Lutsyk from Oslo (Norway), Mariia Levadnia from Toronto (Canada), Aliona Rybentseva from Barvinkove (Ukraine), Viktoriya Mozol from Rivne region (Ukraine), Liudmyla Grygorchuk from Toronto (Canada).
All contest submissions that received the highest scores can be viewed via the link.
“Pandemic brought us to the conditions when usual teaching became impossible. We wanted to support our teachers in their adaptation to the new way of teaching – distance learning. The results surpassed our expectations. We are grateful to all educators and believe this contest will help Ukrainian schools to succeed in their distance learning routine”, – the Head of UWC Educational Board, Oksana Levytska, said.