More than 20 teachers from Melitopol State University came to Crimea to exchange experience, improve their skills and combine educational programs, Kommersant was told in the press service of the Crimean Federal University. It is assumed that the partnership of universities will provide joint educational programs that students will be able to simultaneously master and receive a double diploma based on the results of the final state certification.
Priority areas, experts say, will be mathematical, natural, engineering, technical, pedagogical, humanitarian and agricultural sciences, as well as the sciences of society, art and culture.
In addition, teachers from Melitopol State University will be able to take an internship at KFU to improve their skills.
“From the very beginning, we were ready to provide maximum support to the Melitopol State University, which, like ours, combined four universities. And their tasks are very similar to ours. We have something to share, and it will be interesting for them to see how our university has developed,” the press service of KFU quotes the words of the rector of KFU Andrey Falaleev.
Recall that in June the head of the Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, said that they would help organize retraining of about 20 thousand teachers from the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions on the peninsula. Later, for 70 school principals from these regions, a three-day educational seminar was held in Yevpatoria, at which issues of organizing scientific and methodological work, ensuring the safety of educational institutions, legal aspects and the Crimean experience of these processes were discussed.