Second group of PSU lecturers completed professional development course within the international ENTEP project
The second group of trainees represented by teaching and administrative staff of Penza State University completed training in the professional development course “Enhancing teaching practices in terms of implementing the Bologna Process” at the Centre for Teaching and Learning Erasmus+.
The course is run by PSU within the international project “Enhancing Teaching Practice in Higher Education in RUSSIA and CHINA (ENTEP) under Erasmus+ Capacity Building.
The centre trainers Olga Androsova, Tatiana Glotova, Svetlana Vlazneva, Irina Kolchugina, and Tatiana Razuvaeva familiarised trainees with the basic values and tools of the Bologna Process, principles of student-centred teaching and learning (SCTL), innovative approaches and techniques for learning outcomes assessment, as well as modern teaching methods and approaches.
This group of trainees underwent training using distance technologies on the basis of the Zoom platform.
The professional development course will be implemented during 2020 – 2021. The ENTEP project envisages advancing qualifications of 100 – 120 individuals, who are employed at PSU.