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CISCO certification in Pyatigorsk | cisco / usaid ncep | 7 Feb 2012


All students successfully accomplished all the business plans and showed true interest in the course. The variety of their future businesses is rather impressive: new industrial enterprises, beauty and fitness centers, PR and IT-companies, public catering, furniture and clothing shops, psychological laboratories.
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What and how to learn and teach in the XXI Century?! | iteach | 18 Jan 2012


Intel's Fourth International education conference, "What and How to Learn and Teach in the XXI
Century", took place on December 9, 2011 in Moscow. It was organized by the Intel Teach Program in
Russia administered by PH International.
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Five new Entrepreneur institutes are ready to go | cisco / usaid ncep | 15 Dec 2011




In late November 2011, fifteen people from five more Cisco entrepreneur institutes participated in a special online crash course for IPM's and Facilitators using WebEx. The North Caucasus Institute of Business, Engineering and Information Technology proudly documented the training in this video as their future Institute leaders learned how to use the Cisco e-learning technolgy to teach students the fundamental of opening a business.
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Access Students in Kursk, Russia, Learn about U.S. Geography with Senior English Language Fellow | access ru | 18 Nov 2011


On November 18, Senior English Language Fellow, Erik Lundell had the privilege of teaching 11 Access students in Kursk, Russia. These promising individuals participated in a game involving U.S. maps.
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Samara Access Students Participate in a Charity Event | access ru | 17 Nov 2011


On November 17th, Samara Access school participated in a charity concert to help disabled children. The concert was organized by a charity center “Radost” and took place in the biggest concert hall in Samara. City administration also joined the event and gave presents to kids represented different cities. Access students sang the song "We are the world" that was very well received.
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CNAPS Coordinators’ Working Meeting in Moscow

(October 31 - November 2, 2011) | cisco / usaid cnaps | 2 Nov 2011


Ten coordinators of CNAPS Academies from ten regions of Russia have arrived in Moscow to participate in three-day working meeting: discuss the results of the first program year, share their valuable experiences, and develop the strategy of program implementation in the second year.

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Access Students in Russia Journey Far to Learn English | access ru | 24 Oct 2011


From October 16th to the 21st, Senior English Language Fellow, Erik Lundell, joined 30 Access students during their second week of a 21 day English language course held at the prestigious Russian Children’s Center, Orlyonok on the Black Sea.
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Kazan Access Greets Consular Officers | access ru | 13 Oct 2011


On October 11-13, 2011 representatives of the consular section of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow visited Kazan Access school. Access students were very enthusiastic to meet native speakers and discuss various aspects of American culture and education, life of teenagers in the USA and student exchange programs. They told American guests about their program and accomplishments, played games and sang songs.
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Russia Access Joins “Teach the World Online” Project | access ru | 11 Oct 2011


Karl Purnell, a representative of Teach the World Online (TWOL) NGO, visited two Access sites, Samara and Elista on September 22-October 1, 2011, and worked with teachers and students there to set up a program of Skype sessions to be led by American undergraduate students in October-December and with a focus on American culture and language.
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Minister of Education Amazed at Students’ Skills | access ru | 2 Sep 2011

Andrey Fursenko, Minister of Education of the Russian Federation and the President of the Republic of Dagestan ,Magomedsalam Magomedov, participated in the republican teachers’ conference in Makhachkala on August 25th, on the eve of a new academic year, and were highly impressed by ACCESS student skills.
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