Event

6th Teacher Symposium will take place on Oct 19, 2019

Date:

19.10.2019 ( 09:00 - 15:00 )

Location:

Dornod University, Choibalsan, Dornod

     “Active learning in Teaching” is the topic of the 6th Teacher Symposium which will take place on Oct 19, 2019 in the city of Choibalsan, Dornod province - organized by the German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology (GMIT).

     The main purpose of this Symposium is to share knowledge and experience among high school teachers, and researchers / lecturers with focus on engineering and technology. Active learning in Natural science and English language teaching including the latest development in didactics / new teaching methods will be presented and discussed.

CALL FOR PAPERS: If you wish to be a presenter at the 6th Teacher Symposium, please submit your abstract (max. 200 words incl. brief resume) until Oct 14, 2019 to GMIT Faculty of Mathematics, Computer, and Natural Science.
If you want to join the Symposium as an attendee, please reserve your spot now: naturalscience@gmit.edu.mn

Contact number: 70232089, 99031692

About

Teacher Symposium

Bridging between high schools and universities - this is the core idea of GMIT's regulary Teacher Symposium.

Reviews

The VI Teachers Symposium under the topic "Active learning in Teaching" organized by GMIT (19.10.2019)

The VI Teachers Symposium under the topic "Active learning in Teaching" organized by the German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology (GMIT) at Choibalsan, Dornod Province on October 19, 2019.

Fifth GMIT Teachers’ Symposium underlined the topic “Performance-based Teaching and Assessment” (20.10.2018)

Fifth German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology Teachers’ Symposium under the topic “Performance-based Teaching and Assessment” took place at the Erdenet Technical Institute-MUST on October 20, 2018.

Second GMIT Teacher Symposium took successfully place in Darkhan (21.01.2016)

GMIT and “Oyunii Ireedui” school in Darkhan jointly invited to the 2nd GMIT Teacher Symposium under the topic “Teaching methods and assessment of Natural Sciences classes” on 21 January 2015.