Nur Otan party has set the implementation of educational reforms
Nur Otan party has set the implementation of educational reforms and strengthening of the three-language policy among its 10 new priorities to be achieved until 2030 after its 18th congress party held on Feb. 27, 2018.
President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev has made a proposal of advanced training of teachers to strengthen the education sector in the country.
The proposal was fully supported by educators in Kyzylorda, a region located in the south-central part of Kazakhstan.
The region has recently welcomed the creator of a number of teaching guides, Mavis Kwok. She accepted the special invitation by the Nazarbayev Intellectual School to give English training sessions to the students and teachers in the region.
The Canadian education specialist emphasized the need to apply advanced methods and additional intellectual potential to train a competitive generation.
“From my experience, it takes at least one generation to adapt to a new language and at the same time they need to be trained as a language teacher who has the language skills and international exposure in order to teach the next generation well,” she said.
Meanwhile, a biology teacher Eleonora Sagatkyzy believes that continuous educational training is important to meet the new educational requirements.
She teaches biology in English to senior students. The teacher completed Ustaz-LINE, a six-month training program and she also received the B1, B2 and C1 certificates.
Experts in the education industry said that mastering international language, particularly English will allow Kazakhstan to present its achievements to the world and strengthens economic cooperation.