Olga Bobrysheva School Center

Experimental educational project Galaxy
What we teach our children today will determine how they will live tomorrow.
We all want a better future for our children. But what kind of future is it?

It is already clear that what we and our parents were taught is becoming irrelevant in the modern world, and in the future, and even more so, many knowledge and skills will be unclaimed. So what should we teach modern children so that they can be successful and happy in a world that is changing so quickly?
A World Economic Forum study published in October 2020 (based on forecasts from executives of more than 300 global companies, as well as data from LinkedIn, FutureFit.AI and the ADP Research Institute) published the top 10 skills that will be in demand by 2025:
  • Analytical thinking and innovation
  • Active and strategic approach to learning
  • An integrated approach to problem solving
  • Critical thinking and analytical skills
  • Creativity, originality and initiative
  • Leadership and Social Influence
  • Use, monitoring and control of technologies
  • Technology design and programming
  • Endurance, stress resistance and flexibility
  • Skills in logical argumentation, problem solving and idea generation
The Olga Bobrysheva School Center project was founded in December 2020 to introduce children aged 10-14 years to the UN sustainable development goals, develop creative thinking and solve inventive problems within the framework of the UN SDGs.

As part of the project, children gain knowledge about the tools of TRIZ/TIPS (theory of inventive problem solving), CoRT and game theory, and learn to apply them to solve universally relevant design problems.

The goal of the project is to develop in students the skills of creative thinking and a systematic approach to solving design, scientific and inventive problems, to introduce them to the issues of the UN SDGs, and to form a responsible attitude towards universal human values.
In the Galaxy Project, those involved do many things:
  • Get acquainted with the UN SDGs and universal human values
  • Gain knowledge about how the brain works and how the world works
  • Decide what to do from an ethical and scientific point of view if a new discovery can change the world, but poses a threat to normal existence
  • They create blockchain startups, successful film companies or disaster-resistant houses
  • Learn to present your ideas and respond to criticism
  • Selecting a team to solve specific problems
  • Listen to others and defend their point of view
  • They turn into researchers, scientists, politicians, entrepreneurs
  • Study strategies, generate ideas, change the world
Some children want to become physicists. Others are artists. Still others want to be both. Most don't yet know who they want to be, but they definitely want to be people who can change the world for the better.

Whatever the future we want for our children and what they imagine for themselves, we hope that they:

  • Will act consciously and be critical of everything that happens
  • Will value universal human values
  • They will be able to create their own happy reality, based on what they have
  • Will be able to collaborate to solve complex problems

In all possible futures, they need these traits. Not only to prepare for the future, but also to live a life filled with meaning and joy.

So how can you become better at making difficult decisions? How can we better understand a complex world? How to learn to create teams and collaborate? How to create something new?
It takes practice to make difficult decisions.

Unfortunately, such practice is difficult to find, especially in childhood. At school they teach you to think and act "according to a template," and the tasks that school sets for children are unlikely to help teach them "how to act in difficult life situations," much less gain practical experience in solving them.
At the Olga Bobrysheva School Center we are focused on developing the areas that will have the greatest impact in all possible futures: thinking, collaborating and applying to your life.

We are confident that over time our students will collaborate more effectively and be better equipped to solve complex problems than anyone (including adults). We have prepared interesting lectures and creative tasks for them that reflect the problems they will face in the world.
What parents say about our education:
Example of problems students solve after learning creative thinking tools:
A 2018 report by the United Nations Office for Natural Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) found that over a 20-year period, the world experienced 7,255 major natural disasters, the vast majority of which were weather-related. Most often these were floods and storms. During this period, 1.3 million people died as a result of disasters, more than half of them due to earthquakes. Another 4.4 billion people were affected in some way - injured, homeless, displaced, or in need of assistance.

Offer ideas that may answer the query "safe home during earthquakes", make a prototype of the idea using available materials, present your idea.
For classes, we select project tasks that help students better understand the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Sign up for a class
Classes are held in Batumi (Georgia), groups are formed based on the fact that they are full. If your child is 10-14 years old, leave your contact information, we will contact you to clarify the date of the lesson.
Olga Bobrysheva
Head of the Department of Educational Projects at the International Institute for Sustainable Development,

Author of the book "SKIM. Technology of creative thinking",

Certified TRIZ specialist (certification of the international TRIZ association)
What is the experimental educational project Olga Bobrysheva School Center
We create an educational environment where you feel interested and engaged at all times, where the learning process itself revives your natural curiosity and desire for knowledge, where there is continuous support and recognition from both teachers and fellow students. Where you gain knowledge and skills that you begin to put into practice immediately during training.

To do this, we use the most modern and proven approaches in education (Agile and project-based learning, TRIZ, CoRT, P2P mechanics, Kaizen, flexible pedagogy, mentoring, etc.). As a result, we have created a new educational system, initially designed for an online format, which will allow students (children and adults) to gain knowledge and immediately apply it in their lives, work, and studies.
Features of Our School Center
Our school center collects the best international technologies; we use both the latest teaching technologies and time-tested methods.
We are an experimental educational space that uses proprietary methods with an emphasis on CoRT, TRIZ (the theory of inventive problem solving) and other proprietary developments.
The practice-oriented approach and targets within the UN SDGs allow children to look for solutions not in tasks isolated from life, but in real projects.