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Lecture video recording
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Friday, 14 November 2014 21:22
Georgian technical university professional development center with NATO funded video studio (hpep.ge), in order to facilitate the learning process for students, continues recording the professors' lectures (as a single lecture or entire course) in an exclusive video format. The process is performed by special interactive technology, which makes possible writing and drawing at the same time with the recording process tas well as adding formulas, transactions or involving drawings, maps, photos etc.
Gtu's professors are free of charge.
For more information and registration, please contact.
Kostava 68, GTU I (Gallery Universe). Contact Person:
Konstantine Maghradze This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Lika Dzagnidze (+995) 557358811 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Documents required for registration:
Notice from GTU's Human Resources Department;
CV (Georgian;English).
ID copy.
Registration will start on November 25 and will last until December 20. Personalized e-mail will be sent to registered persons about the recording schedule.

Georgian technical university professional development center with "NATO" funded video studio (hpep.ge), in order to facilitate the learning process for students, continues recording the professors' lectures (as a single lecture or entire course) in an exclusive video format. The process is performed by special interactive technology, which makes possible writing and drawing at the same time with the recording process tas well as adding formulas, transactions or involving drawings, maps, photos etc.


Gtu's professors are free of charge. 

For more information and registration, please contact.
Kostava 68, GTU I (Gallery Universe). Contact Person:
Konstantine Maghradze This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Lika Dzagnidze (+995) 557358811 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Documents required for registration:

  • Notice from GTU's Human Resources Department;
  • CV (Georgian;English).
  • ID copy.

Registration will start on November 25 and will last until December 20. Personalized e-mail will be sent to registered persons about the recording schedule.

 
Training in modern teaching methodology
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Tuesday, 11 November 2014 12:44

agrnmWithin the project of developing joint US Iowa and GTU bachelor program, for the purpose of improving qualification of newly opened agroengineering faculty, was provided training cycle in teaching and modern teaching methodologies. After providing testing US-Georgian Certificate has been awarded to 14 professors of 3 bachelor program (Agronomy, Animal husbandry, soil and water resources engineering)

 

 
A Network for Academic Renewal Conference
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Wednesday, 25 June 2014 13:17
A Network for Academic Renewal Conference
November 6-8, 2014
Atlanta, Georgia
Register by September 24 for best conference rates.

 

The Association of American Colleges and Universities and Project Kaleidoscope invite you to attend the Transforming STEM Higher Education Conference. The conference will address both the importance of increasing the number of STEM baccalaureate degree earners who master complex STEM content and competencies and also the importance of enhancing STEM literacy for all students. To these ends, the conference will strategically address several dimensions of STEM higher education reform, including innovative and effective approaches to undergraduate STEM teaching and learning; strategies for measurement and evaluation; inclusive excellence; faculty professional development; and advancement of effective institutional change strategies.

Featured Presentations Include:

Keynote: Understanding Cognitive Learning, Advancing Cultural Competency in STEM Education
Jamie Maatkare Bracey, Director of STEM Education, Outreach and Research, College of Engineering, Temple University

Plenary: Evidence Based Strategies for Advancing Scholarship and Success for Students and Faculty
Anthony L. DePass, Professor of Biology, and Director, MBRS (NIH), ADVANCE (NSF), and Understanding Interventions Programs (NIH), Long Island University, Brooklyn

Plenary: Celebrating 25 Years of PKAL: Re-Focusing the Kaleidoscope
Alison Morrison-Shetlar, Provost and Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, Western Carolina University and Chair, Advisory Board, Project Kaleidoscope and Kelly Mack, Vice President for Undergraduate STEM Education, AAC&U and Executive Director, Project Kaleidoscope

Plenary: Transforming STEM Education
Susan Rundell Singer, Division Director for Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation

In addition to a full roster of concurrent sessions and plenary presentations, AAC&U also offers practical Pre-Conference Workshops—three hours of active learning with some of higher education's leading innovators in developing strategies, practices, and policies that lead to student success.

 
GLOBAL LEARNING IN COLLEGE
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Tuesday, 17 June 2014 11:33
Cross-Cutting Capacities for 21st Century College Students

 

A Network for Academic Renewal Conference
October 16-18, 2014
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Register by September 2 for best conference rates.

At AAC&U's 2013 Global Learning in College meeting, more than 500 participants laid the foundations for a vibrant community of practice sharing insights, opportunities, and challenges. At the 2014 Global Learning in College meeting, participants will continue to articulate a vision of the global learner and will explore efforts to design educational experiences—across the curriculum and in the community—to help students develop the cross-cutting capacities they need. Domains to be addressed include global knowledge, global challenges, global systems and organizations, global civic engagement, and global identities.

Featured Presentations Include:

Keynote Address: Global Learners, Global Learning: Characteristics and Pedagogies
Sue J. Goldie, Director of Harvard Global Health Institute and the Roger Lee Irving Professor of Public Health, Harvard University

Plenary: Creating Sites for Global Learning and Global Citizenship
Jochen Fried, Director of Education and David Goldman, Associate Director of Education—both of Salzburg Global Seminar; and Yolanda Moses, Professor of Anthropology, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Excellence—University of California, Riverside

Plenary: Students' Stories: Influential Experiences and Turning Points in Global Learning
Students from Minneapolis Community and Technical College, Augsburg College, St. Catherine University, and University of Minnesota

In addition to a full roster of concurrent sessions and plenary presentations, AAC&U also offers practical Pre-Conference Workshops—three hours of active learning with some of higher education's leading innovators in developing strategies, practices, and policies that lead to student success.

 
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