Study of folk crafts in school technology education classes
Keywords:developing, educational, folk crafts, lesson, national feeling, national model, national pride, pedagogical, practical work, profession, school, students, technology education, universal values, upbringing
The article discusses the issues of educating students in the spirit of national values and traditions through the study of some topics relevant to the curriculum for the study of folk crafts in school technology education classes.
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