MORE THAN 1,000 EMPLOYEES OF RUSSIAN SCHOOLS ABROAD WILL UPGRADE THEIR QUALIFICATION UNDER THE HUMAN RESOURCES FOR THE DIGITAL ECONOMY PROGRAMME
Rossotrudnichestvo and the Moscow City Teachers’ Training University (MCTTU) will offer free-of-charge advanced training for employees of Russian schools abroad to enhance their skills in applying the best educational technologies and improve their digital literacy and XXI century skills. The project was launched under the Human Resources for the Digital Economy Federal Programme on 21 September 2019.
The project was launched under the Human Resources for the Digital Economy Federal Programme on 21 September 2019.
According to the agreement, the Moscow City Teachers’ Training University (MCTTU) has developed a special modular programme for advanced training of teachers that takes into account both the social and psychological peculiarities of the modern school students and the challenges and trends of the pedagogical science and innovation theory.
The programme consists of a mandatory intramural moduleTechniques for XXI Century Skill Building in Students (Overview of the Best Teaching Practices) (16 hours) and 10 optional e-learning modules:
- Developing Critical Thinking in School Students Under Digital Education Conditions,
- Conditions and Techniques for Creativity Development,
- Building Life Skills Under Conditions of Uncertainty in Students of Educational Institutions
- Effective Communication and Productive Cooperation Techniques,
- Development of Emotional Intelligence in Students,
- Big Data Basics,
- Media Literacy of Students,
- Information Security in Digital Environment,
- Development of Social and Educational Self-Management and Educational Autonomy Skills in Children,
- Development of Cognitive Skills in Students (Technologies and Tools).
In October and November 2019, executives, teachers of all disciplines and specialists (education coordinators, educational psychologists, facilitators) at Russian schools abroad will be trained. Employee of Russian schools will be trained under customised modular programmes in 10 foreign countries: Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, Armenia, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Mongolia.