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From the World Quality Day 2020 forum to the World Quality Congress 2021. Results

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On November 12, an online forum "World Quality Day 2020" was held, organized by Roskachestvo. The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly acted as a partner of the event.


Council for Science and Continuing Education of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly as part of the conference the industry session "The quality of education in the context of digitalization" was held. More than 150 representatives of the Eurasian countries took part in it, 16 speakers from Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Sweden made presentations.

Moderators of the session - Deputy Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, Chairman of the Commission on Education and Youth Policy of the Council of the Russian Academy Sciences (RAS) on Eurasian Economic Integration Mikhail Fedorov and Rector of FGBOU DPO “State Academy of Industrial Management named after V.I. N.P. Pastukhova”, Nina Aniskina, Leading Auditor of the European Organization for Quality.

Participants of the sectoral session on education greeted Andrey Belyaninov, Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly.

Reports were presented, in particular, by professors:

Mikhail Kiselev Ali Rashidi, Director of the International Department of the Folk University, Chairman of the Council of the EQAVET Support System (EU vocational education quality model) in the countries EU and Eastern Europe (Sweden);
Vladimir Azarov, Institute of Track, Construction and Structures of the Russian University of Transport (MIIT), Director of the Foundation "Non-profit organization "European Center for Quality",
Irina Tyutkova, Moscow State University of Food Production (MGUPP), member of the Council for Science and Continuing Education of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly;
Alexander Morozov, Chief Research Fellow of the Institute of Education Management of the Russian Academy of Education.
In their speeches, the speakers raised the following questions:

How has digitalization affected the quality of training and what are the global trends in the new educational strategy?  
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the digitalization processes in education. How did this affect the quality of education?
Are parents and teachers ready to adequately perceive distance education, which, in fact, is already partly entrenched in the pedagogical practice of educational institutions of various levels?
Answering these and other questions, the participants in the discussion agreed opinion that the processes of digitalization in education in various forms are already a reality of today. Scientists shared their experience of working in the new conditions and emphasized the need for systematic meetings of specialists in the field of education to develop common approaches to training.

Professor Vladimir Lopatin, scientific director of the Republican Research Institute of Intellectual Property, chairman of the interstate and national technical committees for standardization MTK550/TK481, an expert from the Russian Academy of Sciences, outlined in his report the priorities and conditions for competitiveness in the transition to a digital economy within the framework of Eurasian integration: 1) the transition from information indicators of the “knowledge economy” (patents and publications) to indicators of the efficiency of the intellectual property economy; 2) educational program on economics, law and management of intellectual property for teachers and lecturers, the leadership of all ministries and departments, as well as top management of corporations and holdings; 3) inclusion of competencies on intellectual property issues in educational and professional standards.

Professor Muazzam Ansori, rector of the Tajik Pedagogical Institute in Penjikent (Tajikistan), in which the college successfully operates, and Elena Basargina, director of the BPOU "Gorno-Altai State Polytechnic College named after V.I. M.Z. Gnezdilov”, demonstrated in their speeches and video films the unique experience of integrating their educational institutions with business, building models of practice-oriented education.

Andrey Kalinin, project manager of an architectural company  AKVK&Partners, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Architecture of the Engineering Academy of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (PFUR), winner of the International competition for the best architectural project "School of the Future" in Helsinki (2019), spoke about a unique approach to the construction of new schools. It not only takes into account the study of children in the classroom, but also creates premises for various activities of interest, not only for students, but also for the adult population living near the new school. The "School of the Future" project is a whole system "school - innovative environment - personalized education". The implementation of this project began in certain regions of Russia and aroused interest in other countries of Eurasia.

Head of the Center for Analytics, Consulting, Methodology, Expertise, management consultant, leading business coach Vladimir Verkhoglazenko spoke about the role of a teacher in modern conditions transformation of education, emphasizing the need to train specialists to form a common global strategy for the development of education.

Jova Lojanica, President of the Serbian Association for Quality Management SRMEK, Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the World Quality Congress (Serbia), called on the participants of the session on education to get involved in the preparation of the congress. Recall that the World Quality Congress will be held in Belgrade (Serbia) in June 2021 and will be dedicated, among other things, to the quality of education, from preschool to retraining of personnel of all ages of the population in the context of economic transformation, the formation of a new technological order and universal digitalization , Yova Lojanitsa also emphasized the importance of intellectual property issues raised in the report of Vladimir Lopatin.

First Deputy Secretary General - Head of the General Secretariat of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly Svetlana Smirnova at the end of the industry session of the online forum "World Quality Day 2020" noted, that this event is only the beginning of a large dialogue on the most important problem of the development of the knowledge economy, which is based on the high-quality training of modern personnel that meets the requirements of the new time. She added that the resolution of this session, taking into account the opinions expressed by the speakers, will be especially relevant in the context of preparations for the World Quality Congress, dedicated to the problem of education - in fact, the formation of the future of mankind.

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