On April 22, 2016, the Nonprofit Management (NPM) Resource Center at Osh State University hosted a ToT on Case Study Development and Analysis as applied to three NPM courses “Introduction to Nonprofit Management”, “Nonprofit Organizations in the Modern World”, “Financial Management in Nonprofits (NPOs)” taught currently at 11 Consortium Universities. Eighteen professors from Osh State University, Osh Technology University, Kyrgyz-Uzbek University, and Osh branch of the Moscow Institute of Entrepreneurship attended the training. Trainers Baktygul Maksytova, NPM Resource Center Coordinator at Osh State University and Baktygul Ismailova, CGP Higher Education Officer shared with the participants the Georgian experience of using case studies, allowing better engagement of students in the learning process and more effective time-management. Participants were able to see how the use of interactive techniques contributes to the establishment of effective interaction with students. Professors worked in small groups and developed cases based on critical social problems existing in the Kyrgyz Republic. Lively discussions and debates during this work has proven that professors are interested in using case studies method in their classes.

          

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Participants of the ToT on Case Study Development and Analysis are learning with interest the Georgian experience of using case studies

             

TOT April 22 Osh SU presentation during the meeting MG 20160422 110510593

Professors of southern universities listening attentively to the presentation to understand how to use case studies approach in teaching

             

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Learning the Georgian experience of using case studies to engage better students in the learning process and more effective time-management