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Russia will help improve the qualifications of kindergarten teachers in Uzbekistan

17.11.2021 80 просмотров

Russia will help Uzbekistan in developing educational and methodological recommendations for kindergarten staff and in improving the qualifications of teaching staff in the republic's preschool education system as part of the joint humanitarian project “Kid” (“Mittivoi”), the press service of the Ministry of Education reported.

“Within the framework of this large-scale project, it is planned to develop a nationally oriented program methodology to ensure the creation of an effective language environment and educational and methodological recommendations for employees of preschool educational organizations of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as to conduct advanced training for teachers in the system of preschool education in Uzbekistan,” the message says.

In December 2020, the Russian Ministry of Education announced the launch of the "Kid" project based on the joint Russian-Uzbek project "Class!", which is aimed at improving the quality of teaching the Russian language in Uzbekistan among schoolchildren and teachers. During the Second Russian-Uzbek educational forum, which takes place on the basis of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, on November 16, the head of the Ministry of Education Sergey Kravtsov announced the signing of a document on the implementation of this project with the Ministry of Preschool Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan.< br>

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