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IBSU School of Education, Humanities, and Social Sciences has organized the 13th International Research Conference on Education, Language, and Literature. The scope of the conference embraces interesting disciplines: education, history of education, educational psychology, classroom management, educational leadership, management and administration, methods of teaching English, using information communication technologies in teaching and learning, Anglo-American linguistics, culture, and literature.
The annual conference aims to bring together researchers, practitioners and policymakers, and educators to discuss issues, tackle real challenges, develop professionally, share opinions, find solutions, and explore opportunities in education. The conference serves the purpose of promoting a strong connection between theory, practice, and research and putting research findings into practice.
The conference hosted educators from 12 countries: Georgia, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Canada, Hungary, Azerbaijan, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Moldova, Israel, and Armenia. The conference hosted 13 American experts in education. We thank State Department Regional English Language Office for enabling six English Language Fellows and one English Teaching Assistant from the Fulbright program to arrive in Tbilisi and share their valuable experience with the conference participants.
The two-day conference will come to a close tomorrow.