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12 April 2020
“Foreign Languages in Engineering. Academic Writing” course was elaborated by NMSTU EXTEND team members Natalia Zerkina, PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, and Yuliya Savinova, PhD in Pedagogy, Associate Professor. “Foreign Languages for Engineering. Academic Writing” is a concise but comprehensive course on how to: represent yourself and communicate in the modern real and virtual world; feel safety at modern enterprises; equip modern engineers, teachers in engineering, PhD students with...
25 March 2020
On 25th and 26th of February 2020 two EXTEND training courses for teachers were piloted in BMSTU: “E-learning and ICT tools” and “Project Based Learning”. Each course worth 1 ECTS or 25 academic hours including face-to-face lectures and independent work of trainees. Both courses were included as a variable modules in the 3ECTS regular teacher training course of the BMSTU and after EXTEND project lifetime will be supported by BMSTU infrastructure and funds. “E-learning and ICT tools” was...
02 December 2019
Between 27th  and 30th of November 2019 EXTEND pre-piloting meeting was held hosted by Bauman Moscow State Technical University.  26 delegates from Riga Technical University, University of Minho, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Magnitogorsk State Technical University, Tajik National University, Tajik Technological University, Kulob State University, Khudjand State Technical University participated in the meeting. WEDNESDAY, 27TH OF...
25 July 2019
On June 25-26 2019, in the Tajik National University and the Technological University of Tajikistan, in the framework of the Erasmus + 586060-CBHE project “Excellence in engineering education through teacher training and new pedagogic approaches in Russian and Tajikistan“(EXTEND) a National conference will be held to introduce the public audience with the goals, objectives and achievements of the project, its impact on the development of engineering pedagogy in Tajikistan, plans to further...
06 June 2019
International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern Engineering Education: Contemporary International Challenges and Perspectives" is organized  under the patronage of NMSTU  and  EXTEND Project  586060-EPP-1-2017- RO-EPPKA2-CBHE JP «Excellence in Engineering Education through Teacher Training and New Pedagogic Approaches in Russia and Tajikistan» and is held in Magnitogorsk, June, 3 – 4 2019. Conference Topics New Pedagogic Approaches for Engineering Education. Elaboration and...
24 May 2019
From 12 to 18 may 2019, the University of Minho (Guimaraes, Portugal) hosted the seminar of the EXTEND project "Excellence in engineering education through teacher training and new pedagogic approaches in Russia and Tajikistan".  The seminar was attended by representatives of four Russian universities, four universities of the Republic of Tajikistan and four universities in Europe. Within the framework of the traditional "round tables" and workshops discussed the following issues were discussed...
11 March 2019
From March 11 to 15, 2019, the next seminar of the EXTEND project "Excellence in engineering education through teacher training and new pedagogical approaches in Russia and Tajikistan"was held in Riga Technical University (RTU, Riga).  The seminar was attended by representatives of four Russian universities, four universities of the Republic of Tajikistan and four European universities. Within the framework of the traditional "round tables" and workshops the following issues were discussed: use...
28 December 2018
EXTEND project participated on December 27, 2018 in the cluster monitoring of Tempus and Erasmus+ projects in the field of engineering education, organized by the National Erasmus+ Office of in Russia. Monitoring meeting was hosted by Bauman Moscow State Technical University. The event was opened by professor Yuri Borisovich Tsvetkov - the Vice-rector for academic Affairs of BMSTU and by professor Olga Nikolaevna Oleinikova – the Director of the National Erasmus+ Office in Russian Federation....
01 October 2018
EXTEND 586060-EPP-1-2017-1-RO-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP NMSTU has successfully initiated Erasmus+ KA2 Capacity Building in Higher Education Project entitled EXTEND “Excellence in Engineering Education through Teacher Training and New Pedagogic Approaches in Russia and Tajikistan”. The project consortium consists of 12 higher educational institutions coming from Romania, Portugal, Latvia, Russia and Tajikistan. The following HEIs are the members of the consortium: University Politehnica of Bucharest (...
03 June 2018
Members of the consortium studied examples of Centres of Excellence in European countries, as well as best European practices in teaching engineering disciplines. Prof. Robin Clerk from Warwick University made a presentation on Teacher Professional Development. EXTEND Quality Plan has been thoroughly discussed and agreed upon. Much attention has been paid to Project Management issues: tendering, staff conventions, travel reports, financial statement and templates. All HEIs made presentations on...
24 February 2018
From February 24th till March 3rd  2018, a joint meeting was organized by Erasmus+ KA2 capacity building in higher education project “EXTEND” (Excellence in Engineering Education through Teacher Training and New Pedagogic Approaches in Russia and Tajikistan) consortium in Saransk, Russia, hosted by National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University. The meeting was dedicated to the introduction of Russian and Tajik teachers to the innovative pedagogical approaches used in the EU, namely...
20 December 2017
At the first meeting the coordinator of the project Elisabeth Lazarou (University of Politehnica Bucharest) outlined the main objectives and outcomes, logical framework and tasks of Work Package 1 and Work Package 2. Members of the consortium discussed the working plan for 2018, nominated Evaluation Working Group (EWG) and External Quality Control Team (EQCT). Also the dissemination and sustainability plans, financial rules and documents for correct reports have been discussed and agreed upon....