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Higher education: official introduction of English into the university curriculum

Higher education: official introduction of English into the university curriculum

An instruction came from 1st July to stamp this orientation.

It’s over now. The academic year 2023/2024 will be the official start of English language learning in the higher education sector. An instruction came from 1st July to stamp this orientation. The document, addressed to the heads of university institutions, urges them to comply with the directives of the supervisory authority in this matter, and this by putting in place appropriate mechanisms.

As per the Minister’s directives, you are requested to organize meetings by setting up teacher committees as part of the preparation for the introduction of English as the medium of instruction from 2023/2024. material or batch, and this before going on vacation“said the instruction. Although the security program for receiving end-cycle diplomas has not yet been completed, officials and teachers must continue to prepare for this new level in the university curriculum.

Each group shall consist of teachers of various grades, including lecturers and assistants (TP) responsible for practical work and tutorials (TD), appointed or elected, assigned to a member of the faculty. . The supervision of the system is the responsibility of the National Commission responsible for monitoring and evaluating the training program in English language for teachers and 3rd cycle students. In July, he will visit university institutions.

Note that upstream, many steps are taken for a better overview and gradual introduction of Shakespeare’s language. Last November, the supervisory authority, via a press release announcing the creation of a digital platform for distance learning English, called for a census of teachers involved in this learning: “Within the framework of strengthening English language learning in higher education institutions and monitoring the evaluation of this training approach, the supervising minister sent a letter to the heads of the regional conferences of universities containing the main orientations and indicators for the census of teachers. The department intends to train by the end of the 2022/2023 academic year.This approach trains at least 80% of science and technology teachers and 100% of those in social sciences and humanities.

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On January 2, the Higher Education Minister launched the platform. The latter was developed by the American University Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). “Algeria is the only African country to equip itself with this digital platform with the support of MIT University”The first manager of the department underlined that 30,000 teachers will follow the online training and will be able to reach B2 or C1 levels.