Theory and Methods of Foreign Language and Culture Teaching
Students study languages, culture and history of various countries and nations; receive the skills of cross-cultural communication; develop both traditional and modern approaches to teaching. Program graduates have professional competencies in the field of setting up the learning process based on international professional standards and trends prevailing within the global learning space.
PhD, Deputy Head of the Department of Foreign Languages and Communication Technologies, Head of Linguistics
Since 2007, has been actively involved in the development of educational programs, including the development of syllabi and curricula.
In 2022, on the part of NUST MISIS, she is the organizer of a joint project with the Union Institute & University (USA) — Virtual Course Design Lab: Developing a Competency Framework for Online Course Design.
The program aims to train professionals in the field of oral and written sci-tech translation that includes training of memorizing, concentration and stress-resistance techniques. Education content is built around modern labor market demands. Program graduates are familiar with the structure of translation and interpretation companies, may work as translators, proof-readers and editors; perform consecutive interpretation and sight translation. The program competitive edge is learning of the translation automation techniques.
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