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(The Teacher), a Russian pedagogical journal, published semimonthly in St. Petersburg from 1861 to 1870. Uchitel’ was founded and edited by the progressive educators of the 1860’s: I. I. Paul’son and N. Kh. Vessel’. It advocated the establishment of a democratic system of public education that would include general schools for training in the humanities and the natural sciences and that would provide instruction in the pupils’ native tongue. The journal stressed that attention should be given to the child’s personality. It also supported the raising of the social and material status of teachers and the improvement of their scholarly and practical training.

Uchitel’ published reviews and bibliographies of pedagogical literature and children’s books and information about foreign schools and pedagogical conventions; it also published a pedagogical newsletter. Authors who contributed to the journal included such prominent educators as P. P. Redkin, V. P. Ostrogorskii, V. I. Vodovozov, and F. G. Toll’.

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Since 2010, Alexei Uchitel has acted as president of the festival.
I think that was one of the reasons why director Alexei Uchitel cast me.
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(International sales: Central Partnership, Moscow.) Produced by Alexei Uchitel. Executive producer, Maria Averbakh.
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Helmer Alexei Uchitel, much respected by Moscow fest prexy Nikita Mikhalkov, will preem his pic "The Cosmos as Premonition" at Kinotavr while Larisa Sadilova unveils her film "Needing a Nanny."
Polish actor-turned-director Jerzy Stuhr, fast becoming a regular at the Czech fest, returns with the world debut of "Big Animal." Russia will be sending Alexei Uchitel's "His Wife's Diary" in its world premiere.