An informational meeting with the professionals from “Teach Armenia” took place at the Polytechnic University

An informational meeting with the professionals from “Teach Armenia” took place at the Polytechnic University

On December 20, “Teach Armenia” in cooperation with NPUA Labor Market Research and Professional Career Center’s director Karapet Kogarov, have organized an informational meeting with the students of final years of studies and Master’s students of the Polytechnic University to introduce the Leadership Development program carried out by “Teach Armenia”. The two-year Leadership Development Program of “Teach Armenia” strives to create profound knowledge about the reasons of inequality in education and the core reasons among teacher-leaders, the knowledge that is necessary for achieving the best results in schools and communities as well as for the enhancement of young people’s capabilities. In the course of the meeting, recruiting team leader Anjela Galstyan and recruiting specialist Aramayis Simonyan, recruiting mostly from universities, introduced detailed information on the two-year Leadership Development Program, STEM scholarship, on opportunities and advantages, introduced the application process of participation and answered the questions posed by the students. They highlighted the fact, that the program creates an exclusive possibility for young people, irrespective of specialization, to join this movement, work with the best specialists, simultaneously enhancing the quality of education in Armenia and development of rural areas. Participants of the program determine new criteria of teaching by their example, are capable of making the learning process more efficient with new teaching methods and inclusion of pupils in the process. According to A. Galstyan, the program enables participants to have personal development and growth. Starting from their classes, they can further on make small changes in life of their communities, afterwards, why not, make system changes. At the end of the meeting, A. Galstyan expressed her hopes that there can be people among Polytechnic University students who would like to become participants of the program.