In the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, teachers in Pyongyang City are driven by the awareness that they bear the responsibility of educating the next generation. The Phyongchon District Teachers’ In-Service Training Centre is committed to elevating the qualifications of teachers through the development of innovative teaching methodologies.

Through collaborative teaching, the centre actively engages in joint lesson reviews with instructors and in-service teachers across different subject areas. Director Won Hye Gyong explains that this approach fosters discussions on teaching experiences and new methods, which are then disseminated to all teachers through refresher training and teaching material short courses. Additionally, the centre guides teachers to integrate advanced technology into their lessons.

By analyzing foreign language teaching methods from around the world and adapting them to local conditions, the training centre has developed teaching plans that cater to the ages and psychological profiles of students. These innovative methods are employed in training programs to improve the qualifications and abilities of in-service teachers.

With the instructors’ wholehearted dedication to training, the qualifications and abilities of in-service teachers are significantly enhanced. Such concerted efforts are key to ensuring the success of education in nurturing the rising generations.

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