The Skazkoteka project is being successfully implemented by the Laboratory "Innovative Technologies in the Field of Multicultural Education" of the Elabuga Institute of KFU.
3 years passed imperceptibly (2017-2020) and it was time to take stock of the first stage of the international public network project "Fairy Tale - Russian Tales for the Children of Russia and Germany (the World)", which has no analogues in Russia and in the world. The idea is being implemented in Russia and abroad by the Kaliningrad branch of the Peace Fund and the Elabuga Institute of KFU with the organizational support of the Kostroma Regional Institute for the Development of Education and the technical journal "Hoop" (RF). The creators see the main goal of the project in systemic network formation of organizations of regular and additional education in Russia, Germany and other countries that joined in 2018 with a bilateral project with the idea of implementing a positive dialogue of cultures.
This large-scale project is aimed at popularizing Russia in the world by presenting innovations in the field of education created by employees and graduates of Russian universities; in-depth development of oral folklore for the formation of a systemic view of the ethnolinguistic culture of modern Russia and its historical roots.
During its implementation, the Skazkotek project has brought together more than 500 teachers from 21 countries of the world. And that means more than 10,000 children. Recall that the “Skazkoteka” is 35 notebooks for working in the technology of long-term reading of 42 Russian folk and literary tales for children and adolescents aged 3-12 years (with Russian as a native language / one of native and non-native).