International competition of scientific and methodological developments of young teachers
Moscow State Pedagogical University, the basic organization of of CIS-countries for teacher training, Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University, the Eurasian Association of Pedagogical Universities, the Association for the Development of Pedagogical Universities and Institutes and the National Association of Organizations of Supplementary Professional Pedagogical Education will hold an international competition of scientific and methodological developments of young teachers of pedagogical universities, colleges and organizations of additional professional pedagogical education of CIS-countries «Learning to learn».
The competition is held in order to further strengthen international cooperation in the field of pedagogical education, the formation of an active attitude of young teachers to self-development and professional growth.
Competitive materials are presented in two main categories: scientific development (in the form of a scientific article) and a methodical project (see the requirements for competitive materials in Appendix No. 1) and are sent by e-mail email@example.com until April 10, 2019.
The winners and prize-winners of the competition will be awarded diplomas of 1-3 degrees and are invited to participate in the international scientific-practical conference «The problem of improving the professional competencies of teaching staff of pedagogical universities: new personnel - higher education», which will be held in Almaty, at Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University in May, 2019.
The competition is held with the support of Rossotrudnichestvo, the All-Russian Trade Union of Education, the Eurasian Association of Pedagogical Universities, the editorial staff of the Teacher`s Newspaper. Until March 22, 2019, the electronic registration of participants is open on the EAPU website.
Consultations on participation in the competition are held by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; tel .: 8-499-246-32-42; 8-499-245-15-18.