EISCAS focuses to improve the teaching skills of CAS educators – during training events and workshops, educators from partners will be trained by education experts in innovative didactic techniques. During the dissemination phase, these educators will pass on these skills to other teachers of CAS from partner institutions and beyond the consortium. The following events offer seminars and workshops for teachers of CAS:

  • Seminar on teaching CAS in Bishkek – Spring 2020
  • “The Future of EU-CA relations” International conference in Ghent – March 2021
  • Workshop for teachers of CAS in Paris – April 2021
  • Webinar on teaching techniques for Area Studies – June 2021.

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- ONLINE SURVEY -

Dear Central Asian Expert.

EISCAS is an international education project that aims to improve the quality of teaching Central Asian Studies (CAS) by making new didactic materials and formulating recommendations for teachers, students and institutions.

Below you will find a survey especially designed for experts in this field.

The aim of the survey is to map professional trajectories of CAS experts/scholars/teachers in Europe and beyond in order to create curriculum design recommendations.

All project results will be freely available by the end of the project on our website (eiscas.eu).

Link to the survey

We greatly appreciate your feedback and support.

We did our best to keep the survey short, and we thank you in advance for your time in providing detailed answers.

PLEASE SHARE this survey with other specialists of Central Asia Studies you are in contact with.

CONTEXT:
The EISCAS project stands for: EURASIAN INSIGHTS: Strengthening Central Asian Studies in Europe.

Project number:2018-1-PL01-KA203-050674

Project duration: 1 September 2018 until 30 June 2021 (34 months).

The project is co-funded by the Erasmus plus program of the European Union.

Our website: eiscas.eu

For more info about our project
For more info about our partners

Thank you in advance for your feedback and sharing,

The EISCAS team