National Center for Teacher Professional Development (TPDC) holds a presentation on Program “Georgian Language for Future Success “to Ethnic minority students
News ArchiveJune 04, 2015

National Center for Teacher Professional Development (TPDC) held a presentation on Program “Georgian Language for Future Success“ to senior ethnic minority students, involved in the Georgian training programs.

Irina Abuladze-Deputy Director, TPDC; Nino Gordeziani-Head of Strategic Programs Deapartment, TPDC; and Tamar Kekelidze, program Manager Georgian Language for Future Success “TPDC, introduced program goals and benefits to students.

The program goals are advancing quality of teaching subjects provided by the National Curriculum at the schools inhibited with ethnic minorities; Offering professional development opportunities to Georgian Language and Social Sciences teachers in the densely populated ethnic minority regions; Promoting ethnic, inter-cultural and social contacts, and ethnic minority population successful integration.

Interested candidates having BA degree and possessing the knowledge of Georgian Language can apply for the program and deliver lessons in the ethnic minority regions alongside the local teachers, with the assisting teacher status.

The program participants get monthly payment during the program period and state MA grant upon the program completion.

Contest for assisting teachers will be announced shortly. 600 participants have been involved in the program so far.

The meeting was attended by the Tbilisi State University, Georgian Technical University, Sokhumi State University, Gori State University, Ilia University, Samtskhe-Javakheti State University and Iakob Gogebashvili Telavi State University students.