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In the 2020-2021 academic year, the staff of the CIT in the form of seminars, with the support of the administration and the leadership of faculties and departments, held the following seminars for the teaching staff and heads of departments of ATU:

  1. “DOT as an additional resource for improving quality in the educational process of the university.” Separately for each faculty of ATU, June 15-25, 2020. E.B. Medvedkov
  2. “Preparing for the new 2020-2021 academic year in quarantine conditions in bunker mode.” 08.08.2020 year. E.B. Medvedkov
  3. “New requirements for the organization of the educational process in a pandemic and their compliance with the concept of the Ministry of Education and Science of modernization of higher education until 2025”. 01/10/2021. E.B. Medvedkov
  4. “Improving the educational process using the Moodle platform” 22-25.02. 2021 year. Serikkyzy M.S.

In the 2020-2021 academic year, on the basis of the Institute for Advanced Studies of the ATU, trainers Serikkyzy M.S. and Togabaeva G.Sh., trained under the HiEdTec program, courses:

  1. 08-21.06.2020 “Innovative educational technologies and didactic models” (HiEdTec) in 72 hours.
  2. 07-20.09.2020 “Innovative educational technologies and didactic models” (HiEdTec) 72 hours long
  3. 01-15.10.2020 “Innovative educational technologies and didactic models” (HiEdTec) 72 hours long.
  4. 11-22.01.2021 “Innovative educational technologies and didactic models” (HiEdTec), 72 hours.
  5. 01-15.03.2021 “Innovative educational technologies and didactic models” (HiEdTec) in 72 hours.
  6. 01-28.04.2021 Dean of FDO Serikkyzy M.S. conducted online training for ATU teachers according to the schedule separately for each department on the topic “Improving the educational process using the Moodle platform”.

Based on the results of the courses, a survey was conducted among the teachers who passed them. 380 respondents from different universities took part in the survey, who highly appreciated (about 95%) their quality and organization, noted that all expectations from the courses are justified and even exceeded, the knowledge and skills acquired are useful and used in the educational process. The remarks mainly boiled down to the reduction in the number of groups, the division of listeners by language and the degree of preparedness. The survey report was prepared accordingly and accepted by the coordinators of the HiEdTec project.