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Schoolchildren were given more than 30 educational courses to choose from.

In the “Cybershkol” Moscow Center “Patriot.Sport” completed the educational project “Cyberlet-2021”. From May 31 to July 2, Moscow schoolchildren from 115 educational institutions took part in computer sports tournaments, as well as in various intellectual and sports events.

The Cyberlet program was aimed at intellectual relaxation and the development of skills that would be useful for children for general development, admission to universities, work in the fields of IT and Internet communications. Schoolchildren were given a choice of more than 30 educational courses, including 3D modeling, the basics of robotics, the study of geography, history, architecture and linguistics of esports, game design, English and Russian, social media marketing and streaming, dance plastic, music production.

“To succeed in the modern world, a person needs much more skills, abilities and competencies than before. Narrow specialties are gradually becoming a thing of the past, people who can quickly adapt to the requirements of a changing professional environment come to the fore. Therefore, programs such as Cyberlet are very important: they help children learn to navigate the world of high technologies, instill in them the idea of ​​multidisciplinarity, develop the ability to find and use the necessary information, build a vector of their own development, ”said the director of the Moscow Patriot Center. Sport “Marat Kuchushev.

One of the most popular disciplines of Cyberlet was 3D modeling: the guys created a real 3D universe, where they could build a whole city, arrange a chess tournament and organize other activities.

“The construction of three-dimensional objects on the game map trains students’ spatial thinking, teaches them to fantasize, to correlate real and virtual scales, to calculate the amount of necessary resources. And team competitions help to think strategically and coordinate efforts, ”said cyber school teacher Daniil Lopatnikov.

Courses on creating comics were of particular interest to schoolchildren. The participants learned to come up with plots and turn them into interesting graphic stories. The guys created heroes, developed their appearance and character, built compositions of frames, pages and spreads of comics. The best works of young authors can be seen atonline exhibition on the Cyber ​​School website.

Cyberlet participants also competed in computer sports tournaments. Every week the players tried their hand at new disciplines. All children received electronic certificates, and the winners were awarded diplomas and prizes.

In the first half of the upcoming academic year, schoolchildren are waiting for “Cyber ​​Fall-2021”. The program of the project will include both already well-known and popular courses on various aspects of digital technologies, as well as new disciplines. All information will appear on the siteMoscow Center “Patriot.Sport”.

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