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RSL teachers from Turkey are invited to Russia

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RSL teachers from Turkey are invited to Russia


RSL teachers from Turkey are invited to advanced training courses in Russia. The courses started working in Ankara, Rossiyskaya Gazeta writes. There are two phases, one of them in online, the other one is face-to-face training.

Leading specialists from Russian universities will inform colleagues how to prepare to RSL tests and show the best learning methodologies. Another topic is dedicated to the use of digital technologies during a lesson. 

Project called “Promoting and improving of human capacities in RSL open education centers and teaching Russian language in Turkey.” The Education Ministry has allocated a grant for it.

These certified courses are completely free for participants, who have to have Turkish citizenship and RSL teaching experience. Textbooks and other  study materials to be provided.

World of Russian Textbooks educational center and Zlatoust Publishing of The RUSMER Russian language center in Ankara have organised the event.  

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