On September 1, 2021, Osh State University launched a project on digital education in collaboration with the world-renowned UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education (UNESCO / MGIEP). The project includes Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
The project aims to develop the digital skills of teachers across the country, to improve the interactive teaching, digital teaching and assessment, to increase the level of participation through the use of digital technologies and to use the power of technology to improve learning outcomes.
This project, with the support of UNESCO's MGIEP, aims to significantly improve teachers' skills in digital education.
The project plans to train about 5,000 teachers from 150 schools in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. The module will involve English-speaking professionals to train trainers.
Almost all public universities in the country are involved in the project. Teachers of the Kyrgyz State University named after Arabaev, BSU, OshSU, TSU, NSU, JASU and secondary schools will participate. The trainers trained in the project will share their knowledge with secondary school teachers in their countries and regions.
Osh State University serves as a hub for trainers. For this purpose, OshSU has the Osh Declaration on Cooperation between the universities of the Kyrgyz Republic and Memorandums of Cooperation. These cooperation agreements are aimed at promoting the socio-economic, spiritual and intellectual development of the country, so the university is a leading university in the country.
UNESCO / MGIEP is an integral part of UNESCO. This institute is the first and only UNESCO research institute. Its main goal is to build peace and create a sustainable society through sustainable development and education.
This project will serve as a basis for the emergence of new ideas between universities, the development of digital pedagogy.