On the 28th of October, 2016 the
Contact Person of the CACTLE Project,
Anisa Borubaeva, and the Coordinator of the project, Dzhyldyz Albanbaeva,
together with the selected teachers for the project, Bolot Oruzbaev, Erkin
Momunov and Arthur Zotov, organized presentation to the teachers of the
Arabaev Kyrgyz State University.
Contact Person, Anisa Biraevna, made an introduction, telling the teacher about
the project, its aims and partners, plans and strategies in Central Asia,
particularly in Kyrgyzstan. She also explained why the project is needed to our
university, as well as how the project managers selected the proper candidates.
The Coordinator, Dzhyldyz Albanbaeva, made a more detailed PowerPoint
presentation about the CACTLE
project and its partners, particularly European partner universities.
Zotov continued with his PP presentation
on Vienna Model of Teaching, its differences and advantages. While telling he also asked the
AKSU teachers about how they approach
their lectures, seminars, and made comparisons. When it slowly turned into a
conversation and debates between the CACTLE
and AKSU teachers, the Rector, Mr. Felix Turdulov, focused everyone’s
attention to the fact that AKSU got in the project thanks to the efforts of
Anisa Borubaeva, who is also the Director on External Relations, and with
apologies for his busy schedule left the room. So, the teachers continued the
discussion at the table with snacks and coffee/tea. The AKSU teachers got very
interested in the project, and now are waiting the project to start and work
successfully in Kyrgyzstan. Moreover, they promised not just to help and
participate but also promote it among other teachers and potential students.