Within the framework of the project «Improving the qualifications of young people in madrassas in the use of digital technologies», implemented by the Public Fund "AVEP", on May 20-21, 2021, a training was held in Osh for the staff of madrassas in the southern region. The training was attended by 14 people, including heads of madrassas, teachers and staff.
The training "Interactive Teaching Methods" was interesting to the participants, and according to the participants themselves, it was relevant.
The entire training was built on the principles of practical application of interactive methods, discussion of the applied method and identifying opportunities for applying the method. For example, the acquaintance of the participants was carried out using the "Interview" method. Later, during the training, the participants considered the possibilities of using this method in their lessons.
Also, at the training were applied and discussed the methods "Business game", "Discussion", "Work in small groups", "Carousel", "Brainstorming", "Drawings".
This project was funded by the US Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic. The opinions, conclusions and conclusions, or recommendations expressed herein represent the views of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the US Department of State.
The event was conducted separately in Osh and in Bishkek.
On May 6, 2021, in the city of Osh, within the framework of the projects M-STAR and D-STAR, the PF AVEP organized a ceremony of handing over equipment for the selected madrassas on the basis of the Sulaiman-Too mosque. This event was attended by the head of the educational department of the Spiritual Directorate of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan Akimjan Ergeshov, the head of the southern regional branch of the State Commission for Religious Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic Isakbay Murzabekov, representatives of the Danida and AVEP public funds, heads of madrassas and the media, a total of 30 people. The main purpose of this event was to hand over necessary equipment for the practical and high-quality organization of professional courses in the Aziret Ali madrassa in the city of Aydarken by profession, a PC user, and in the Kadicha madrassa in the Kara-Suu district of the Osh region, by profession a cook-confectioner. And also during the event, small equipment was handed over to madrassas, where they teach English and computer literacy courses:
- Imam Azzam madrassa – Kadamjay - English course
- Umma Muhammad madrassa – Osh – PC user
- Abdraim kary madrassa – Ozgon – PC user and English course
- Muaz ibn jabal madrassa – Batken – PC user
- Ilim Tat madrassa – Jalal-Abad - English course
Second event was organized on 11th of May, 2021, in Bishkek at Sarahsi madrassa. The event was attended by the Chief of Staff of the Muftiat Ravshan Eratov, head of the educational department of the Spiritual Directorate of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan Akimjan Ergeshov, director of the training center Bilim Azamat Abdyldaev, directors of the madrassas and representatives of the AVEP. The following madrassas got equipment within the framework M-STAR project:
- Sarahsi madrassa, Bishkek – Cook-Confectioner
- Tokmok madrassa, Tokmok – PC user
- Kolmo madrassa, Bishkek – Cook-Confectioner
Within the framework of the D-STAR project got equipment the following madrassas:
- Al Farooq madrassa, Koy-Tash village - PC courses
- Maatkabyl uulu Shershenbay aji madrassa, Bishkek - PC courses
- Ravza madrassa, Jany-Jer village – English course
- Kutayba ibn Muslim madrassa, Bishkek - PC courses and English course
- Chet tilder madrassa, Talas - English course
Madrassas girls study English
The Imam TAT madrassas in Jalal-Abad also participates in the project "Improving the qualifications of young people in madrassas on the use of digital technologies" implemented by the Public Fund "AVEP". Only girls are brought up in this madrassas.
In order to study in the English language courses organized within the framework of the project, a test was conducted for the students of the madrassas. 30 students got the opportunity to take part in the project. To date, they successfully study in English courses in 2 groups. Classes are held 3 times a week, 90 minutes each.
Madrasah students are learning computer skills
Training began on short-term courses in madrassas within the framework of the project "Improving the qualifications of youth in madrassas on the use of digital technologies" implemented by the Public Fund "AVEP". Fifteen students of the Islamic Institute "Qutaiba ibn Muslim" are trained in computer courses. Computer courses are taught three times a week for 90 minutes.