The end of the year is the best time to reflect upon the achievements you have had, to evaluate your
work and, most importantly, to make an action plan for the following year. That is why at the end of each year, we gather all the Access instructors together to a teacher training during which they can share from their experience. On December 12, 2015, the current Access instructors and their assistants participated in the "Ensuring Quality Formal and Non-formal Education through the Access
Program" Teacher Training in Chisinau.
This event was a perfect opportunity for the teachers from Edinet, Ribnita, Hincesti, Grigoriopol and Causeni who are about to finish the program, to pass their best practices, and share their proficiency with the new generation of teachers from Taraclia, Vulcanesti, Anenii Noi and Soroca.
The "Ensuring Quality Formal and Non-formal Education through the Access Program" Teacher Training was officially opened by the American Councils Moldova Country Director, David Jesse, who stressed upon the importance to develop and maintain an innovative character of the Access Program non-formal education model and outlined the new perspectives of the Moldovan quality-based education development.
The coordinator of the program, Olga Morozan, introduced the new members into the philosophy and methodology of the Access Program and made a presentation on integrating Content-based Instruction through Co-Teaching.
Moreover, Corina Ceban, the Access teacher from Balti, who has been involved in the program since it was open in Moldova for the first time (2010), imparted her impressions about the wonderful instruction and educational exchange month she spent last summer in the USA, being selected to participate in the SUSI Program.