In the framework of NATO DEEP Program the representatives of the University shared experience concerning the Computer Adaptive Language Testing in Krakow
In the framework of NATO DEEP Program (Defence Education Enhancement Program) the representatives of the National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi participated in the working group concerning the Computer Adaptive Language Testing (CALT) development according to NATO STANAG 6001 from Fabruary 22-26, 2019 in Krakow.
Chief of the ADL Center Lt. Col Maksym Tyshchenko, Senior Research Fellow of the Foreign Languages Educational and Research Center Capt. Viktoriia Krykun, NATO DEEP representatives Mr. Piotr Gawliczek and Mr. Artur Starosz, Chair of Partnership for Peace Consortium Advanced Distributed Learning Working Group Ms. Greta Keremidchieva, Head of Testing Team at Rakovski National Defense College Ms. Anna Dimitrova Guncheva participated in the event.
The aim of the event was to share the experience in the sphere of CALT development and implementation in the process of language testing according to NATO STANAG 6001.
Cooperation with NATO countries and partners in this sphere will facilitate CALT implementation into the Ukrainian Armed Forces language testing process according to NATO STANAG 6001.
The certificate ceremony was held by Prof. Adam W. Jelonek, Ph.D, MBA Rector's Representative for Internationalization, Director of the Institute of Middle and Far East at Jagiellonian University.