Jordan’s Minister of Education and Deputy Prime Minister Mohammad Tneibat has visited National Center for Teacher Professional Development to get introduced and share teacher professional development policy. The Center authorities have introduced the Jordan Delegation to ongoing education reforms in Georgia, namely Teacher Induction, Professional Development and Career Advancement Scheme, and also the Center’s roles and responsibilities in the process of reform implementation.
Within the visit, a meeting is planned with Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia and Alexander Jejelava, the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia. The working meetings will be held in the National Examination and Assessment Center, the National Center for Education Quality Enhancement and the Ministry of Education of Adjara.
The aim of the visit is to explore the process of education reforms in Georgia, get familiar with and evaluate the political policies towards the teacher professional development developed by the Ministry of Education of Georgia, learn about the roles and functions of National Center for Teacher Professional Development in the reform process, as well as to get introduced to the Teacher Induction, Professional Development and Career Advancement Scheme and its components.
As the Jordan's Minister of Education said his desire was to share best practices in the field of education, and in this respect, he was recommended to learn about the Georgian experience by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).