Independent sixth form college David Game College hosted the conference ‘Modern Technologies in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language’, organized by Znaniye Education Centre and Zlatoust Publishing House with the support of the Government Commission on Compatriots Living Abroad (PCDSR). Leading teachers of the Russian language, novice teachers, as well as parents, linguists and researchers participated in the event.
Aina Mamaeva, founder and director of Znaniye Education Centre spoke about the new edition of the book "ABC", which was tested in her school. Doctor of pedagogical sciences, founder and president of the Estonian Association of Russian Language and Literature Inga Mangus delivered a presentation "Innovations in the Russian Language".
Conference participants attended a master class “What does a modern lesson look like”, discussed innovative methods of working with modern schoolchildren, and got acquainted with the results of studies on cognitive and social features of bilinguals.