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Why in the modern world so little time is devoted to cultural development and education.

Almost half of the children (49%) almost never attend concerts, exhibitions, sports competitions, and institutions of additional education. Hence the wave of antisocial behavior. According to data, 70% of the composition of criminal groups are minors. Annually about one million juvenile delinquents are brought before the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Every year about one million juveniles who committed offenses of varying degrees of severity are brought to the internal affairs authorities. The teenagers are actively involved in antisocial actions and social conflicts and could have just used and studied more, but after they joined the ranks of
Juvenile delinquency is increasingly acquiring a pronounced mercenary orientation.
Children's desire to join informal associations may also be due to negative attitudes among teachers.
Almost 25% of teachers treat teenagers and young children indifferently, twice as many treat them sharply negatively, and 19% acknowledge those
associations that operate on the basis of extracurricular institutions, and only 5% consider it necessary to understand what
informals" live by.
How can we stop the social degradation of society? .
The school should not wait any longer. It and should take an active role in educating students. If it continues to
inaction, the day will not be far off when the need for schools will die out.
of the school itself. Teachers must become the nucleus around which the spiritual forces of society will rally.
Teachers are responsible for children, so they must be in control:
- the subject matter;
- communication style with the students;
- the educational environment (the classroom environment);
- pedagogical technology;
- themselves.
A true educator must measure his or her success by the success of his or her students. If they say, "good artist," it's not because he or she
It is not because he or she graduated from an art school or academy. Why do we sometimes think that a teacher is good just because he or she wrote a dozen methodological worksheets
or defended a creative work at a municipal (district) certification commission? If a teacher gets 75 percent of his students
"If a teacher gets two and three, then that is a bad teacher. That's a failing teacher, even if students use they will get a much better result. What matters is not what the teacher does, but how he or she works
and how his students understand him! And here it is the professional skills of the teacher and his or her teaching methods that come to the forefront!
of the teacher, his or her teaching methods, and the pedagogical
pedagogical technologies used by the teacher. Non-traditional pedagogical
pedagogical technologies increase children's motivation to learn and their interest in
of school, create an environment of creative collaboration and
They foster an environment of creative cooperation and competition, stimulate a child's personality, and foster
children's self-esteem and respect for national and cultural differences, give them a sense of creative freedom, and most importantly, bring joy.