Today we know that the current crisis of the education system is a natural consequence of societal development. Lots of general conditions have changed fundamentally, and in some cases, quite drastically.

Thousands of innovative educators worldwide are working on new ways of learning. 
Check out a short overview of the most interesting pedagogical approaches and methods in existence today.

Today when people speak of innovative educaiton, they usually mean digitalization of learning or democratisaion of organisaitonal processes.

Education is however a conservative social phenomenon for a good reason: it secures transition of knowledge and values. A great transformation of educaiton is already on the way but interestingly it does not result in so much of pedagogical innovation. When we study the history of pedagogy we discover that all kinds of methods have been already invented somethere.

At the time when  everyone is going crazy about programming robots and AI, at the time when some countries give up history as a school subject, the true innovation seems to be in abitliy to combine culure and technology, the past and the future, the eternal values and an aspiration for progress.

Here are the interesting methods that have been developed in the last 20 years.

A structured study material combininig a set of curriculum disciplines. For instance 'Smart phone': physics, chemistry, literacy, business, information, math, art, etc.

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Informative-emotional science classes:
Physics by Nikolay Paltyshev
Teaching science subjects through references in poetry, philosophy, religion, music, art and fascination for personalities of famous scientists. Method creates strong bondage to the subject, awakens curiosity and understanding of interconnectedness of life phenomena.

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TRIZ pedagogy - fostering innovative thinking
TRIZ is Theory of Inventive Problem Solving originated in engeneering.  Stundets can playfully learn to solve complex tasks through a creativity challenge for innovation. TRIZ pedagogy systematically develops creative skills in every area of human activity.

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Complex wave lesson by Mikhail Kazinik
Method incorporates the provacative thinking and associative thinking techniques with strong interrplay of art and science.

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Flipped classroom
It moves activities, including those that may have traditionally been considered homework, into the classroom. In a flipped classroom, students watch online lectures, collaborate in online discussions, or carry out research at home while engaging in concepts in the classroom with the guidance of a mentor.

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