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Enhancing accountability and transparency in curriculum development and student assessment - Trainings of teachers in Armenia

Yerevan, Armenia 19-20 and 21-22/06/2017
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Enhancing accountability and transparency in curriculum development and student assessment - Trainings of teachers in Armenia

How can you enhance accountability and transparency in curriculum development and student assessment? Management and academic staff from 12 Armenian Higher Education Institutions participated in two trainings of teachers on 19-20 June and 21-22 June in Armenia. These trainings focused on promoting a Toolkit that specifically addresses the issues of accountability and transparency in curriculum development and student assessment. The trainings aimed to provide guidance to management and academic staff on how to devise teaching, learning activities and assessment tasks. Procedures and practices in relation to the recognition of qualifications were also introduced.

The two trainings were organized in the context of the project “Strengthening Integrity and Combatting Corruption in Higher Education in Armenia”. This project is implemented under the European Union/Council of Europe Programme “Partnership of Good Governance”.


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