International Educational Salon
International Educational Salon

About the project

Russia in research and cultural dialogue 2020, international project funded by a grant from the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation.

The aim of the event is to present innovative methods and techniques for teaching Russian and indigenous languages in modern conditions.

The salon aims to become a platform to promote the dialogue and exchange of teaching experience between university staff, school teachers and professionals from other educational organizations from Russia and abroad.

The salon program includes the official opening and a whole range of events presenting the current situation in the field of educational, methodological, and personnel support for teaching the Russian language and the languages of the peoples of the Russian Federation. The peculiarities of teaching indigenous languages and Russian as a second language will be discussed at the online exhibition of educational and methodological literature, presentations of educational programs for basic and supplementary education, presentations of intensive and interactive teaching methods, and a series of problem-targeted webinars and panel discussions.

International Educational Salon is free.

Новости

Registration

Registration form for the participant of the International Educational Salon

Links to Zoom will be sent the day before the events to the email addresses provided during registration.

Program

International Educational Salon Opening Ceremony

The opening ceremony of the International Educational Salon will take place on .


Presentation of educational programs of the Center for International Education, UdSU

The presentation of educational programs of the Center for International Education of UdSU will take place on .

The presentation of international programs of the Center for International Education, Udmurt State University will explain what programs are available to study Russian as a second language, including Summer Schools 2021.

You will have a chance to hear from students who did language courses at the university before, meet teachers and learn more about educational materials and platforms. As an added bonus, you will have a free Russian language lesson and the presentation of a new video blog of Elena V. Tuktangulova, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor and RSL Teacher - Let Russian be clear! The blog aims to promote Russian as first and second language. It consists of short videos lasting 3-3.5 minutes and includes comprehensive, interesting and useful facts about the Russian language and cultural linguistics, focusing on the corrective work in Russian as a second language (difficult cases of studying grammar, speaking, writing, and listening).

The target audience includes high school students, undergraduate and postgraduate students and students doing foundation courses who are interested in studying the Russian language.

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Studying the Finno-Ugric languages of Russia abroad, problem-targeted webinar

The webinar focuses on the Udmurt language promotion in the Finno-Ugric cultural and linguistic space, and issues promoting the national identity, traditions and customs of the Udmurts among other Finno-Ugric peoples. The visiting lecturers will talk about teaching the Udmurt language in Finland and Hungary, the countries most actively promoting the Udmurt language and the languages of other Finno-Ugric peoples of Russia. The best methodological practices of teaching the Udmurt language in the context of face-to-face and distant learning will be demonstrated during the workshop.

Topics of speeches

  • Teaching the Udmurt language in Finland (15 minutes)
    Speaker: Tomi Koivunen, University of Turku, Turku, Finland
  • Teaching the Udmurt language in Hungary (15 minutes)
    Speaker: Zsófia Sziráki, Hungarian Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Budapest, Hungary
  • The Udmurt language class, workshop (1 hour 30 minutes)
    Lecturer: Ekaterina Suntsova, the Udmurt language lecturer, Szeged University, Szeged, Hungary

Modern research in the field of Finno-Ugric studies, panel discussion

The objective of the panel discussion is to exchange experience and discuss projects in the field of modern Finno-Ugric studies, as well as a discussion on current issues of theoretical and applied Uralistics. Researchers from Finland, Hungary, Estonia, Slovakia and Russia will participate in the discussion.

Topics of speeches

  • National Corpus of the Mordovian Languages: development principles and prospects
    Speaker: Jack Rueter, PhD, University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Returning to the origins: a new look at the works of M. A. Castrén
    Speaker: Sirkka Saarinen, PhD, University of Turku, Turku, Finland
  • Ethnosyntax and Uralic languages
    Speaker: Katalin Sipőcz, PhD, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary
  • Linguistic variations and language culture
    Speaker: Svetlana Edygarova; PhD, University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Studying the linguistic landscape of border towns in the context of Estonian-Russian and Hungarian-Slovak bilingualism
    Speaker: Szilárd Tóth, PhD, Narva College, University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
  • Great Udmurt dictation: international aspect
    Speaker: Olga B. Strelkova; Candidate of Philology, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk, Russia
  • Corpus of Finno-Ugric Languages of the Turku University
    Speaker: Valery N. Maksimov; Candidate of Philology, Mari State University, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia Co-speaker: Jorma Luutonen, PhD, University of Turku, Turku, Finland
  • The Hungarian language variations outside Hungary
    Speaker: Ildikó Vančo, PhD, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia
  • Linguistic software as a tool for teaching languages
    Speaker: Soma Selmeczy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Budapest, Hungary

Intensive and interactive teaching methods in RSL classes (elementary level), problem-targeted webinar

The problem-targeted webinar "Intensive and interactive teaching methods in RSL classes (elementary level)" will take place on ).

At the webinar experienced practitioners, RSL teachers will talk about their experience of teaching Russian to foreigners. The seminar is aimed at teachers who teach Russian in person and / or remotely, in universities and private schools, to RSL students of the elementary level.

The objective of the webinar is to show how to organize training for foreign students effectively from scratch. The speakers will share their experience of using intensive methods of RSL teaching in the traditional setting and in modern conditions, when face-to-face training goes into distance learning.

Topics of speeches

  • The experience of teaching RSL from scratch (1 hour) Speaker: Tatyana N. Fomina, Candidate of Philology, Udmurt State University. 30 years of RSL teaching.
  • Starting RSL classes in a distance format (30 minutes) Speaker: Lidia S. Patrusheva, Candidate of Philology, Udmurt State University. 13 years of RSL teaching.
  • The teacher - student feedback in RSL distance learning (30 minutes) Speaker: Elena V. Tuktangulova, Candidate of Philology, Udmurt State University. 15 years of RSL teaching.

Development of multicultural education in Russia and abroad, panel discussion

The panel discussion "Development of multicultural education in Russia and abroad" will take place on .

The panel discussion on multicultural education and multilingualism will be held under the auspices of the International Methodological Council on Multilingualism and Intercultural Communication (bilingual-online.net) and will involve leading researchers and teacher-practitioners.

The objective of the discussion is to identify and discuss challenges to multicultural education and review the best practices in the field of language education and multicultural education in Russia and abroad. The key topics will include multilingualism theory and practice, evolution of the world language system and education, approaches to creating a bilingual or multilingual educational space, teaching multilingualism – theoretical foundations, innovative technologies for the co-study of Russian, foreign and indigenous languages and cultures in different age groups, and Internet and networking as resources for multicultural education.

The target audience is teachers of Russian, foreign and indigenous languages, and language policy makers.

Moderators:

  • Tamara Zelenina – Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Romance Philology, Second Foreign Language and Language Education; Director for Research in Multilingualism and Intercultural Communication International Laboratory with Distributed Participation; Director of Izh-Logos Research and Methodological Association, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk
  • Larisa Bubekova – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, Department of Russian Language and Literature, Head of the International Laboratory with Distributed Participation “Innovative Technologies in the Field of Multicultural Education” , Yelabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University, Yelabuga

Experts:

  • Ekaterina Kudryavtseva – PhD, Director for Research in the International Network Laboratories "Innovative Technologies in the Field of Multicultural Education", Yelabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University; expert listed in the federal register of the research and technical sphere of the Russian Federation; Executive Secretary of the Board of the International Methodological Council for Multilingualism and Intercultural Communication, Gutov, Germany
  • Aleksey Arzamazov – Doctor of Philology, Lead Researcher, Udmurt Institute of History, Language and Literature, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Izhevsk; Research laboratory of multiple humanitarian analysis and cognitive philology, Federal Research Center «Kazan Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences», Kazan); specialist in Finno-Ugric linguistics, a polyglot
  • Nikolay Baryshnikov – Doctor of Education, Professor, Head of the Department of Intercultural Communication, Language Education, Educational Technologies for Training and Upbringing, Pyatigorsk State University, Pyatigorsk
  • Yulia Bogoyavlenskaya – Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Linguistics and Professional Communication in Foreign Languages; Director of the Center for French Language and Culture, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg
  • Jean-Luc Moreau – Professor at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO), Paris, France; specialist in Finno-Ugric Studies, translator, poet, winner of numerous literary awards and polyglot
  • Lidiya Mazunova – Doctor of Education, Professor, Department of German and French Philology; Head of the International Laboratory with Distributed Participation "Discovering and Psychological and Educational Support of Giftedness", Bashkir State University, Ufa
  • Lyudmila Malykh – Candidate of Phylology, Associate Professor, director of UdSU-Lingua Educational and Methodological Center; Editor-In-Chief of Multilingualism in the Educational Space, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk
  • Mikhail Marusenko – Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Romance Philology, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg
  • Daniya Salimova – Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Russian Language and Literature, Yelabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University, Yelabuga
  • Alla Utekhina – Doctor of Education, Professor, Research Consultant of Izh-Logos Lingua Children's School of Early Language Development, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk
  • Yazgar Khaidarov – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, Department of Romance and German Philology, Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo; founder and head of the Yazgar Khaidarov Maestro Language Studio; teacher, translator, polyglot
  • Eduard Khakimov – Candidate of Psychology, Director of Educational and Cultural Center, Sippola, Finland
  • Elena Shastina – Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of German Philology, Yelabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University, Yelabuga
  • Svetlana Shustova – Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics and Translation, Editor-in-Chief of Eurasian Humanitarian Journal, Perm State National Research University, Perm

Presentation of educational programs in the field of Finno-Ugric studies

During the presentation of educational programs, teaching and academic staff and researchers from different regions of Russia, as well as Finland, Hungary and Austria will present educational programs on studying and research of the Finno-Ugric languages. The teaching and academic staff of schools, universities, research institutes will share their unique experience, try to find common trends, talk about best practices and prospects for further work.

Topics of speeches

  • The experience of Winter School of the Udmurt language 2020
    Speaker: Jukka Mettovaara; University of Oulu, Finland. Co-speaker: Jussi Ylikoski; PhD, University of Oulu, Finland
  • Teaching and research of the Uralic (Finno-Ugric) languages at the University of Vienna
    Speaker: Jeremy Bradley, PhD; Johannes Hirvonen, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, Co-speakers: Christian Pischlöger; University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
  • Electronic educational resources in the Udmurt language classes
    Speaker: Tatiana F. Yumina, top category teacher, Gymnasium No. 56, Izhevsk, Russia Co-speaker: Anastasia A. Grigorieva, top category teacher, Gymnasium No. 56, Izhevsk, Russia
  • Teaching Finno-Ugric languages in Hungary
    Speaker: Beatrix Oszkó; PhD, Research Institute for Linguistics, Budapest, Hungary. Co-speaker: Zsuzsanna Várnai; PhD, Research Institute for Linguistics, Budapest, Hungary
  • Teaching the Mordovian languages with the use of distance learning technologies
    Speaker: Nadezhda F. Kabaeva; Candidate of Philology, National Research Mordovian State University named after N. P. Ogarev, Saransk, Russia
  • The educational project "International summer school of the Udmurt language and culture": the concept and implementation
    Speaker: Dmitry A. Efremov; Candidate of Philology, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk, Russia

Exhibition of educational and methodological literature on teaching Russian as a second language, teaching indigenous languages and teaching several languages

The exhibition of educational and methodological literature on teaching Russian as a second language, on teaching indigenous languages and teaching several languages will be held on .

The exhibition will display monographs, textbooks and teaching aids on Russian as a second language, indigenous languages and multilingual education.

The exhibition aims to present the collection of Udmurt State University Library, new products from Zlatoust Publishing House and Prosveshcheniye Publishing House, Urait, an educational platform, and Russian as a Second Language, an educational resource publishing specialized literature on the subject.

The exhibition will include a webinar called “Literature for indigenous schools and children of migrants”, which will be hosted by Elizaveta Khamraeva, Doctor of Education, Professor, Head of the Department of Russian as a Foreign Language, Moscow Pedagogical State University, a member of the team of authors of the textbooks from Prosveshcheniye series.

We hope the exhibition will be of benefit to both qualified teachers and students who are thinking of a career in teaching Russian as a second language, or teaching indigenous or foreign languages.

(Moscow time – 13:00–13:40)

(Moscow time – 13:40–15:00)

Udmurt State University Academic library named after V.A. Zhuravlev

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Online presentation of educational programs of basic and supplementary education in teaching Russian as a second language in Russian universities

The online presentation of educational programs for basic and supplementary education in teaching Russian as a second language in Russian universities will be held on .

The problem-targeted webinar is a discussion platform to exchange experience between leaders and teaching staff of educational programs in Russian as a second language. It will focus on such disputed issues as the disciplines taught, internship and field experience, the peculiarities of making curricula for the Master's programs.

The webinar will result in creating a group in a social network to promote the dialogue and exchange of teaching experience between teachers of educational programs in Russian as a second language.

Moderator: Tatyana R. Kopylova, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor.


International Educational Salon Closing Ceremony

The closing ceremony of the International Educational Salon will take place on . Cultural events are available.

Closing ceremony (Moscow time – 17:00–17:30)

Cultural events – 17:30


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Contacts

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