• Special Issue in Organization for Educational Communication and Technologies (OECT) 2020
    Vol 4 No 2

    We create science, We create future...” This special issue refers to everyone who wants to get on the trend of educational problems and the ways they are solved by leading Russian researchers in the world education practices. Our readers can get access to the information in totality on teaching and theory practices in multiple disciplines as well as the idea of scholarly communication and technology interpretation. Working towards this issue, I pay attention to the Collaborative Education Activities (CEA) as well as culturally advanced concepts of pedagogical knowledge and experience. The special issue focuses on the variety of educational guidelines of modern society in solving the fundamental problems in state-of-the-art pedagogy and psychology. The significant idea of the book is that pedagogy, like any other developing science, continually improving and expanding the understanding aspects of the main categories; like in practice, the experience of training continuously enriching it due to the limitlessness and versatility of educational creativity. Expanding the boundaries of traditional pedagogy, the authors used modern-day historical records in their contexts, the results of scientific research by professors and psychologists, as well as international and domestic innovative educational experience. Therefore, a reader can immerse in the semantic field diversity of pedagogy and psychology.

    Lead Editor
    Alexander V. Obskov, Ed. D

    Domestic Editors
    Dr. Svetlana I. Pozdeeva Ph. D.
    Professor of Education, Chair of the Department of Education and Major School Methodology
    Tomsk State Pedagogical University, Tomsk, Russia

    Dr. Irina A. Chesnokova Ph.D.
    Professor of English as a Second Language
    National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russia

    Prof. Arina M. Evseeva
    Assistant Professor of English as a Second Language
    National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russia

  • Online First
    Vol 4 No 1 (2020)

    At IJSSH we refer to an online first as an article that has been through the peer-review process, has been accepted for publication and has been copyedited and typeset. The article is the final manuscript format, but is distinguished as an early release simply because it has not been delayed until a full issue publication. When the issue is complete, and an editorial is written, the issue will be archived with its own table of contents. Articles in the journal are freely available to the public thanks to our institutional sponsors.
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