03.03.2021 | 
Education
"TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD AT YEREVAN STATE UNIVERSITY" HAS SRARTED FOR THE YSU LECTURERS
"TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD AT YEREVAN STATE UNIVERSITY" HAS SRARTED FOR THE YSU LECTURERS
For the second year in a row, YSU organizes the annual competition entitled "YSU Teaching Excellence Award", which aims to improve teaching methods at YSU, to promote the use of modern methods, as well as to share the best practices.

In a conversation with us, YSU Vice-Rector Rafael Barkhudaryan mentioned that this year it will be implemented according to the order of organizing and holding the competition. The winners of the competition will be given a certificate and a prize in the amount of 300,000 AMD, including taxes provided by the RA legislation.

  In addition, the winners will have the opportunity to videotape one educational module, in case of which each of them will be awarded 1,000,000 AMD, including taxes provided by the RA legislation.

Those who wish to participate in the competition this year can apply electronically until March 31, and according to the order of organization and conduct of the annual competition, submit the required documents to the YSU Academic Secretary.

 

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