Iv.Javakhishvili INSTITUTE OF HISTORY. AND ETHNO.

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Memorandum 2010

On January 25, 2010 a memorandum of collaboration was concluded between the Ivane Javakhishvili History and Ethnology Institute and the History Teachers Association of Georgia. The sides of the memorandum intend to wider activities into fulfilling scientific and pedagogic potential and giving opportunities to new generations of historical education and in acquiring skills of a history teacher. The sides on the basis of equal collaboration rights will support the development of historical education and scientific researches.

The “Association” will ensure:

– To carry out joint projects to rise education level of history teaching in schools;

– The participation of the “Association” members into creating and developing the modern didactic science of history teaching in Georgia ;

– The participation of the “Association” members into establishing the national research centre of history textbook; with a perspective to establish such a centre in the south Caucasus too;

-To involve the “Association” members into creating and expertising of history textbooks for schools;

– The participation of the “Association” members in the re-qualification of history teachers;

– The use of the “Association” library by the “Institute” collaborators;
 – To include the “Institute” collaborators in current and future international and national projects of the “Association”;

-The mediating of the “Association” with European professional associations (EUROCLIO and its member sixty-four organizations of history teachers from Europe and other regions) and with other institutes and provide the “Institute” collaborators with opportunities to exchange experience, to get qualification and participate in international conferences;

–  To revive interest of school teachers in historical scientific researches and their involvement in such researches;

– To connect museums, historical- ethnographical, archeological centers with the system of education.

  The “Institute” will ensure:

– The participation of “Institute” members into creating and developing the modern didactic science of history teaching in Georgia;
– – The participation of the “Institute” members into establishing the national research centre of history textbook; with a perspective to establish such a centre in the south Caucasus too;

– -To involve the “Institute” members into creating and expertising of history textbooks for schools;

– The participation of the “Institute” members in the re-qualification of history teachers;

– The use of the “Institute” library by the “Association” collaborators.

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Memorandums

Memorandum:

1. The Memorandum of Mutual Understanding was signed between the Ministry of Defense of Georgia and LEPL Iv.Javakishvili Institute of History and Ethnology on November 26, 2007. The agreement stands for the rise of military-patriotic and national self-consciousness among the servicemen, students  and attendants of the Arm Forces of Georgia, contributing to the advancement of the educational process within the system in general. According to the signed memorandum the Institute will prepare an educational series of “Library of Soldier,” compiling popular scientific works from the field of History of Georgia, Military and Naval History of Georgia, Distinguished Military Leaders and of other historical events. The maps of various battles and special lecture courses will be also provided.

2. The Memorandum of Mutual Cooperation was signed between the LEPL Iv.Javakishvili Institute of History and Ethnology and Iv.Javakishvili Tbilisi State University on February 5, 2008, supporting open lectures of co-workers of Iv.Javakishvili Institute of History and Ethnology at Iv.Javakishvili Tbilisi State University, as well as at its partner universities. The memorandum looks for assisting BA, MA and Ph.D. level students with the scientific base of the Institute (library, supervising) as well as promoting joint research and scientific projects.

3. The Memorandum of Mutual Cooperation was signed between the LEPL Iv.Javakishvili Institute of History and Ethnology and A.Tsereteili Kutaisi State University on February 25, 2008, supporting open lectures of co-workers of Iv.Javakishvili Institute of History and Ethnology at Iv.Javakishvili Tbilisi State University, as well as at its partner universities. The memorandum looks for assisting BA, MA and Ph.D. level students with the scientific base of the Institute (library, supervising) as well as promoting joint research and scientific projects.

4. The Agreement of Mutual Cooperation was signed between the LEPL Iv.Javakishvili Institute of History and Ethnology and I.Gogebashvili Telavi State University on May 5, 2008, considering collaboration within the framework of joint conferences and scientific-research activities, as well as contributing to the popularization of scientific papers of co-workers of the Institute and University.

5. In July, 2008 memorandum of collaboration was signed between LEPL Iv.Javakishvili Institute of History and Ethnology and University of Georgia for 5 years, considering:

  • Opening the library and archival funds of the Institute for BA, MA and Ph.D. level students of the School of Humanities, University of Georgia.
  • Participation of the Institute in the scientific and research activities of the School of Humanities, University of Georgia.
  • Elaborating joint academic programs. Collaborating for advancement and improvement of BA, MA and Ph.D. programs.
  • Internship of BA and MA students with highest academic records in the institute.
  • Organizing joint conferences and presentation-discussions of books.

 

6. On November, 13, 2008 memorandum of scientific collaboration was signed between LEPL Iv.Javakishvili Institute of History and Ethnology and Institute of History, Moldavian Academy of Sciences for 5 years, considering joint scientific, scientific-research and educational projects. Preparing new generation of young scientists. The main fields of collaboration include, but are not restricted to:

  • Conducting joint researches in common fields of interests;
  • Internship and exchange of specialists for delivering lectures and professional advancement;
  • Supervising of Ph.D., and MA degree students;
  • Preparing scientists and teachers, ensuring advancement and improvements of their qualification;
  • Joint publishing and educational projects;
  • Exchange of scientific and scientific-methodological literature;
  • Exchange of publications in scientific editions.

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