Tashkent Metropolitan University (TMU), in collaboration with the Almazor District Administration and the Almazor District Pre-school and School Education Department, is spearheading a groundbreaking initiative to enhance the proficiency of English language teachers in general education schools. The week-long training courses aim to elevate the standard of English language education in the Almazar district of Tashkent.
Under the guidance of the educator Munisa Muhtarova, with over 20 years of teaching experience, English language teachers within the Almazar district are set to undergo a comprehensive 15-hour training program.
The curriculum covers a spectrum of essential components, including ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) methods and approaches, teaching strategies for speaking, listening, vocabulary, reading, writing, and grammar. Additionally, the training will delve into effective methods for assessing students’ knowledge.
This collaborative effort underscores Tashkent Metropolitan University’s commitment to fostering a higher standard of education and creating a positive impact on the local community. By partnering with the Almazor district administration and education department, the university aims to empower educators with the tools and knowledge necessary to provide a world-class English language education.
The week-long training initiative is a testament to the university’s dedication to academic excellence and community engagement. Through this program, Tashkent Metropolitan University is actively contributing to the professional development of English language teachers, ultimately enhancing the quality of education in the Almazar district.
Munisa Muhtarova said: “We believe that investing in the professional development of our educators is a crucial step towards ensuring a bright future for our students. By providing them with advanced training in English language teaching methodologies, we aim to cultivate a learning environment that prepares students for success in a globalized world.”