European Journal of Contemporary Education
The journal’s mission is to promote innovative, creative, and unconventional ways to investigate and resolve issues in present-day education and to familiarize the public with the findings of research into issues in education, trends and regular patterns in its development from the perspective of pedagogy, psychology, philosophy, and interdisciplinary sciences.
The journal aims to facilitate shaping a novel, broader view of issues in present-day education, enhancing the caliber of Humanities research through active use of best domestic and foreign practices, and integrating the achievements of various sciences and knowledge areas with unconventional approaches.
It seeks to familiarize specialists and all interested readers with the latest achievements of scholars from various knowledge areas in resolving issues in present-day education, facilitate the development of interinstitutional and international scholarly partnership in the frame of relevant scholarly issues, and boost the scholarly ethics and publication activity of young researchers.
The journal publishes scholarly articles that introduce innovative approaches to resolving issues in present-day education from the perspective of various sciences, scholarly paradigms and methodological approaches, as well as peer reviews of scholarly and research-and-methodology publications and surveys of scholarly activities on these issues in the English language.
Among the qualities that set our journal apart is its consistent ability to present the reader with a variety of theoretical and empirical data and feature the latest methodological approaches to resolving current issues in education, as well as its continued focus on the diversity of opinions, researcher stances, worldview concepts, and interdisciplinary approaches to resolving issues in education.
The Editorial Board welcomes articles from both Russian and foreign researchers.
This is an open access journal. The journal allows the author(s) to hold the copyright and retain publishing rights without restrictions. When using the materials in non-commercial purposes the link to the organization is required. The commercial use is prohibited.
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