Fifth internet consultation was held within the framework of teachers’ contest “Partners in Education – Georgian Forum 2013”. Deputy Minister of Education and Science Aluda Goglichidze addressed the teachers. More than 75 teachers from the cities and villages of Georgia participated in the meeting, namely, teachers from Kavtiskhevi, Senaki, Patardzeuli, Kutaisi, Batumi, Gori, Rukhi, Agara, Surami, Rustavi, Chokhatauri, Tskaltubo, Aspindza, Kokhnari, Akhaldaba, Dzulukhi, Dzegvi, all Tbilisi districts etc. The Internet meeting was organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia (General Education Management and Development Department, National Curriculum Department), Teachers’ Professional Development Center (Programs “Teach and Learn with Georgia” and “Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Teacher Training”) in partnership with Microsoft Georgia, Intel, USAID Primary Education Project, British Council Georgia and Innovative Systems Management. The aim of the meeting was to encourage educational process quality by means of innovative teaching/learning methods.
Aluda Goglichidze emphasized full support of the initiative from the Ministry and called on schools and teachers towards active participation. The contest was held for the fourth time this year in Georgia. New categories were added. Winners of these categories are selected by means of appreciation from school society members – teachers, pupils, parents. The aim of the innovation is to ensure openness and active participation of the society in school life.
Teachers are able to submit teaching activities until May 19. Internet meeting record and detailed information on the contest is available on the following web-page: www.pilforum2013.k12.ge