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Perfil’eva N.V. participated in the “12th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference”

Perfil’eva N.V. participated in the “12th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference”

Associate Professor of the Department of General and Russian Linguistics Perfil’eva N.V. became the participant of “The 12th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference” in Valencia, Spain, on the 5 −7 of March 2018. The conference was attended by scientists and teachers of higher education from 75 countries.

Associate Professor of the Department of General and Russian Linguistics Perfil’eva N.V. became the participant of “The 12th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference” in Valencia, Spain, on the 5 −7 of March 2018. The conference was attended by scientists and teachers of higher education from 75 countries.

This international scientific event was organized by the International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED) — an organization dedicated to the promotion of international education and university cooperation in the field of Technology and Science. Through the organization of different international events, it brings together institutions, bodies and organizations from different countries of the world for discussion and cooperation.

The list of events of the conference included pre-conference workshop “GOOGLE to help teachers and teaching” (This workshop focused on the use of Google’s tools in innovative ways in learning and teaching), plenary reports, work in sectional groups. The conference was concluded by a round table.

Working groups (sections of the conference):

1) Developing technologies in education;

2) Global issues in education and research;

3) Experience in education;

4) Pedagogical innovations and new educational trends.

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