127055, Moscow, Souschevskaya street, 21, 2nd enterance, 2nd floor, room #7
Tel: +7 (495) 258-0804
Fax: +7 (495) 258-9939
127055, Moscow, Souschevskaya street, 21, 2nd enterance, 2nd floor, room #7
Tel: +7 (495) 258-0804
Fax: +7 (495) 258-9939
191186, Kazanskaya Street, Building 5
Tel: +7 (812) 315-60-60
Fax: +7 (812) 315-60-60
404131, 6 Komsomolskaya Street, 3d Floor
Tel: +7 (8442) 49-93-11
344006, Rostov-on-Don, Universitetskiy, 79
+7 (863) 200-14-44

Teacher Training

What I want before the program?

  • I teach Russian language and literature overseas. I haven’t been to Moscow for a while, and I’m interested to know what has changed in the worlds of Russian literature, art and teaching methodology.
  • I live abroad and Russian is my native language. Why don’t I try my hand at teaching it?

What I can now do after the program?

    • I can use new textbooks and study guides as basic or additional material for lessons.
    • I can utilise new technologies for teaching lexis and grammar.
    • I can let my students know what is happening in the cultural, political and economic lives of modern day Moscow.
    • I can include the works of contemporary poets and writers in my literature courses.

      The teacher says:

      About programme 2 – Life in post-perestroika Russia is fast-paced and dynamic. Everything changes so quickly, from politics to the economy to culture. Every year new names, new leaders, new scientific research, new novels, plays and theatres appear. This programme, which is designed especially for Russian teachers in foreign universities and schools, gives you the opportunity to “grab” time and experience modernity. You will learn about new methodology for teaching Russian as a foreign language, and you will be able to visit theatres and museums, attend lectures on contemporary literature and listen to modern poets, economists, politicians and academics.

      E.M. Kallo

      The student says:

      About programme 1 – I very much enjoyed the approach of the teachers, who elegantly combined a theoretical base with practical work. I want to offer them a huge thank you for their enjoyable lessons and their desire to pass the challenging craft of Russian as a foreign language on to us. In a relatively short time we were able to acquaint ourselves with the basics of the communicative methodology, analyse the study materials necessary for teaching, and also tried out the role of a teacher for ourselves in open lessons!

      S. Frolova.