Presidential Academy teachers exchanged experience with colleagues from the Kazakh University “Turan”

February 14, 2024

The winter teaching school “Innovative educational technologies in higher education as target indicators of the future” has ended. Joint training of teachers of the Presidential Academy and the Kazakh University “Turan” took place in Almaty at the site of the University “Turan”.

At the opening ceremony, the first vice-rector of Turan University Kuanysh Tazabekov and the acting director of the Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service (IPACS) of the Presidential Academy Ruslan Korchagin noted the importance of holding such events and emphasized the need to deepen the formats of cooperation between educational organizations. Emphasis was placed on the project to create the Association of Young Scientists of the CIS Countries and on the development of international mobility programs.

The project of the TURANEPA school series is implemented annually. As part of the Winter Teaching School 2024, teachers from two leading universities in Russia and Kazakhstan exchanged technologies for introducing classes considering interactive forms of interaction and innovative approaches in the field of education.

In addition to the exchange of experience, the school program included an analysis of cases related to student teaching methods. Models of practical classes, master classes, debates, interactive sessions, and facilitation – all these joint activities brought together colleagues from Russia and Kazakhstan during their studies.

Part of the program of the Russian delegation also included participation in the annual event of the University of Turan – TuranFest. Speakers of the IPACS Presidential Academy told Kazakh students about the international educational opportunities of the Academy, paying special attention to the master’s program “Management Consulting” of the Faculty of Personnel Management and Public Service of the IPACS. This is a key partnership program launched jointly with Kazakh colleagues.

The Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service of the Presidential Academy and the Turan University are looking forward to other joint projects in the future.

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