The workshop on “ESP training development at the Mongolian Universities and Colleges” has been sucessfully organized by the Department of Foreign Languages, Mandakh University on March 29, 2019.
Dr. Prof. L. Enkh-Amgalan, Vice-President of Research Affairs, Mandakh University has opened the workshop and made his speech. Through his speech he expressed his special graditute to the workshop attendees for their active participation and expected paper discussion on the ESP training development, at the same time he wished a good success in the workshop activity.
The representing faculty members, researchers and professors from public and private universities and colleges such as National University of Mongolia, Mongolian National University of Education, University of Humanities, University of Finance and Economics, Mandakh University, International Ulaanbaatar University, “Ach” Medical University, Ulaanbaatar Erdem University, Institute of International Economics and Business, and Mongolian-Korean Polytechnical College, have participated in this workshop and discussed the latest practice research findings to identify pressing issues in the ESP training and the possible ways to improve it, as well as cutting edge technologies and trends. Beside the discussion activity, the participants also shared their teaching methods and experiences and exchanged their opinions on further joint research work and trainings.
The following papers were discussed at the workshop. They are as follows:
“Language Learning: Modern trends” by Ph.D, Prof. N. Nansalmaa, National University of Mongolia,
“Pressing issues in the ESP training ” by Ph.D, Assoc.Prof N. Munkhbayar, Mongolian National University of Education,
“Considering teaching development within the framework of innovation in curriculum development of higher education institutions” by Ph.D, Assoc.Prof N. Oyuntsetseg, University of Humanities,
“Implementation of State Policy on English Language- based on examples of Mongolian Universities and Colleges” by Ph.D J. Tugsuu, Senior Lecturer, Mandakh University
“The possibility to develop the student’s self assessment skills based on speculative notes ” by Ph.D S. Soyol-Erdene, Lecturer, Mongolian National University of Education.
The speakers who contributed their papers at the workshop, received certificates from Ph.D, Assoc. Prof Ch. Turbadrakh, Vice-President of Academic Affairs, Mandakh University for their successful participation.