Anatoly Fedchenko is probably one of the best teachers I have ever met. With his lessons, he not only interested me in the world of programming, but also gave me motivation to work hard and develop my skills in this area. Each lesson with him was like a separate little adventure, filled with an interesting presentation of the theoretical part and no less exciting practical part. Mr. Fedchenko not only knows his subject perfectly but is also able to explain every aspect of it in as much detail as possible so that it becomes clear to anyone.
Mr. Fedchenko is my computer science teacher for the second year. Every lesson with him discover something new! It is exceedingly rare to find such teachers who combine abundant knowledge (including in areas outside of their subject) with kindness, sensitivity to students and a desire to not only listen to them but also to actually hear what they say. I was convinced of Anatoly's versatility when in just half a year he taught a class of novice programmers not only algorithmic thinking so necessary for computer science interschool competition, but also how to work in raster and vector editors. We even created a dust jacket for our favorite books!
Despite specializing in the humanities, I was always very comfortable studying computer science with Mr. Fedchenko. He found an approach to each of the students, clearly explained the material and suggested how computer science can be applied to any field of activity, be it marketing, literature or history.
I studied Python programming with Mr. Fedchenko for about a year. Initially, I lacked enthusiasm, I just followed the school program without much effort. Just a couple of lessons later this changed: Anatoly made programming really interesting, explained why a person who is far from computer science needs it. By the end of the year I managed to complete several practical projects, present and finalize them, and, most importantly, I did not perform them half-heartedly – Anatoly managed to make this process exciting.
During the 2 years that I studied at Yandex.Lyceum I learned a lot of new and interesting things. But from time to time there were difficulties. Fortunately, you were always there to help and support me. You clearly explained the new material and answered all our questions. Classes were not boring; I took part in them with pleasure. Of course, sometimes You scolded us, but there was always a reason. Mr. Fedchenko, thank you very much for these 2 years! I think You are a particularly good teacher and just a nice person)
I came to Anatoly with literally zero Python skills, despite the fact that the course assumed a good knowledge of the basics. Nevertheless, after two months we not only learned the basics of the language but were through the intended material. Thanks to his lessons I later decided to study programming in depth.
Mr. Fedchenko is a very cool teacher. During 2 years of training he helped me understand and learn the Python programming language and various libraries such as PyQt, pygame, PIL, and others. His lessons are interesting and positive! Even when we were studying remotely, Anatoly could always give detailed advice on all issues and clearly explained how to perform tasks. I want to thank him for the knowledge I acquired!
From the very start of training at Yandex.Lyceum I was interested in programming; I thought it was too complex, and I could not do anything (at first), but after 2 weeks I got really excited and engaged. My teacher (Anatoly Fedchenko) explained everything in an interesting and clear way which gave me motivation to study and learn more than I was given.
I met Mr. Fedchenko at the start of the eighth grade. He taught me non-standard programming, and such topics as text layout and working in graphic editors. Despite the fact that my knowledge in such areas was close to zero I was able to successfully master the entire program and complete thematic projects.
To achieve what we couldn't before, we must be prepared to do what we didn't do before
I work at the "Letovo" school
I lead both basic and advanced groups in grades 7-10, as well as several author's special courses. Last year's student satisfaction index was 8.4 out of 9.
Teacher at Yandex.Lyceum
Graduated a group of students in 2020, who in 2 years not only learned how to program, but also fell in love with this activity
I was engaged in sports programming myself
Results: 6th place in the individual competition in the region, 1/8 of the world team championship. For which I am very grateful to my Teacher — Sergey Grigoriev
Winner of the contest "Young entrepreneur of the year"
In the Kaliningrad region in the special category "For creativity in business" in 2013
Former owner and founder of KEYPOINT
Over 6 years, we have completed 40+ projects. In 2016, we organized and held two conferences in Moscow and Kaliningrad, which were attended by more than 800 people
I am fond of long distance running
Ran 8 marathons, including half of the Abbott World Marathon Majors series: New York, Berlin, Chicago
I love my family
Married to the best Anechka on earth, growing son Lev
In 2017, I organized the first "Race of promises" in Kaliningrad, which was attended by about 200 people, the tradition is still alive today
I love to learn and share knowledge
Lifelong learning should be our main goal in life
Data Science specialist
2020 New School
Introduction to the practice of tutor support for students
2020 Universal University
Assessment in education
2019 School of data analysis
2018 Dima Zicer
Modern pedagogical art — Azbuka NO
2017 Higher School of Economics
Professional retraining course "Professional bases of pedagogical activity"