Online roundtable discussion on the exchange of best practices on integrating the use of information and communications technologies (ICT) into the teaching process, organized by the OSCE Centre in Ashgabat, started on Tuesday in Ashgabat, the international organization said in a press release.
The three-day roundtable discussion brings together representatives from the Border Management Institute, the Military Institute and the Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Turkmenistan. The event aims to exchange experiences and best practices with the teaching staff on the design and development of E-learning courses using modern ICT, according to the statement.
The OSCE said the training course will acquaint the participants with frequently used service platforms and digital learning management systems, thereby contributing to the increase of the level of their knowledge and skills for further digitalization of the teaching process.
“In the digital age, the use of modern means of information technology, such as distance learning, electronic textbooks, and training programmes becomes an integral part of the entire teaching process at a high school,” said Natalya Drozd, Head of the OSCE Centre in Ashgabat.
The training course will present various ICT and online tools for designing learning material and conducting teaching process in the digital environment.
The online training is financially supported by the Government of Germany.