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    5 Декабря 2011
    IKBFU's associate professors participate in an international workshop within the SEAGULL project

    On November 11-12, 2011, the second international workshop within the SEAGULL (Smart Educational Autonomy through Guided Language Learning) project was held at Greifswald University.

    On November 11-12, 2011, the second international workshop within the SEAGULL (Smart Educational Autonomy through Guided Language Learning) project was held at Greifswald University. The workshop brought together specialists from 10 European universities. IKBFU was represented by Associate Professors O.Ye. Rozhkova and O.O. Zayachkovskaya of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Teaching Foreign Languages (Faculty of Linguistics and Cross-Cultural Communication). IKBFU's associate professors made a report entitled Enhancing Learner’s Autonomy through Seagull. The report focused on the methodological aspects of tandem language learning in training bachelors of linguistics and presented an analysis of training materials developed for the practical implementation of SEAGULL project at IKBFU. As a result of the workshop, an agreement on cooperation within the SEAGULL project was signed in addition to the agreement on cooperation between Greifswald University (Germany) and IKBFU (Russia) of July 9, 1993. The subject matter of the additional agreement is cooperation in the field of teaching and learning foreign languages. Special emphasis is laid on the development and implementation of a joint activity methodology for studying the languages of partners (language practice) on the basis of a language training platform. The major areas of partner relations development include academic and publication exchange, participation in joint workshops and conferences, and implementation of pilot projects in the framework of the general SEAGULL project.