Its goal was to get acquainted with the educational model of the lyceum and the technology of concentrated learning.
Students and teachers of UNESCO Associated Schools and UNESCO Friends Clubs of the Republic of Bashkortostan were invited to participate in the event. Students and teachers, headmasters of the city schools, and guests from Baymak participated in the seminar.
The work of the seminar was organized in the form of creative laboratories: "State", "Education", "Family", "Self-knowledge", and “Fundamentals of religions." The participants tried to answer questions such as what principles of interaction of people will allow to preserve peace on our planet, how these principles work at different levels of the world order, what is the role of school and teacher in solving the problems of the modern world order? The work in the sections also involved choreography, where high-school students learned several dances of the 19th century (March of Archduke Charles and March of Carousel).