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Zarrati Z, Ermetova J, Atadjanova S, Rakhimova Azadovna S. (2024). Cliché ELT and the Requirements of “Development Strategy of New Uzbekistan for 2022-2026”: Expanding ELT Paradigms. johepal. 5(1), 160-169. doi:10.61186/johepal.5.1.160
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Abstract:   (337 Views)
  • Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Uzbekistan have extensively worked on their Strategic Plans in alignment with their missions and visions as well as higher education trends worldwide.
  • Universities as communities of higher education leaders, scholars, staff, and students develops all teaching/ research/ leadership policies and practices in a way to expedite the move towards obtaining their ideals in “Strategic Plans”. In the same vein, the universities are obliged to prepare their strategies in alignment with national policies. 
  • Different groups of higher education stakeholders (leadership team, researchers, academic staff, representatives of staff, representatives of students, communities outside the campus, policy-making authorities of the ministries, etc.) are engaged if a university intends to develop its “Strategic Plan”.
  • We provide an overview of the requirements of changes in ELT practices worldwide with a special focus on Uzbekistan. It would be based on the “Development Strategy of New Uzbekistan for 2022-2026” with practical suggestions for HE policy-makers and university management teams in Uzbekistan.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2023/09/22 | Accepted: 2024/03/9 | Published: 2024/03/31

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