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Vocational Education and Training in the Modern World: Theory and Practice
Submission DeadlineJun. 10, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Tatyana Sinenko
Department of Foreign Languages, Volgograd State Technical University, Volgograd, Russia
Guest Editors
  • Katerina Shiryaeva
    Department of Foreign Languages, Volgograd State Agricultural University, Volgograd, Russia
  • Ruta Kondrasheva
    Department of the General and Clinical Psychology, Volgograd State Medical University, Volgograd, Russia
  • Shaidulla Gatiytulin
    Department of Finance and Accounting, Moscow University of Finance and Accounting, Moscow, Russia
  • Elena Tereschenkova
    Volgograd Branch of the Autonomous Non-profit Organization of Higher Education of the Moscow University of Humanities and Economics, Volgograd, Russia
  • Elena Chudina
    Department of Pedagogical, Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University, Volgograd, Russia
  • Ina Koloskova
    Department of Musical, Tsaritsyn Orthodox University, Volgograd, Russia
Introduction
The Special Issue “Vocational Education and Training in the Modern World: Theory and Practice” of the journal “International Journal of Vocational Education and Training Research” is devoted to the problems and innovations in different fields of the Higher Education. The Special Issue “Vocational Education and Training in the Modern World: Theory and Practice” is for the scientists who conduct researches in sphere of Vocational education and training, studying constituents of the Competency based approach (different skills and abilities for the professional development of specialist, new approaches and methods of teaching future specialists, etc.) and related fields. The content of the articles should focus on Higher Education and Didactics, i.e. professional career training and self-development of future specialist (for example, future teacher or future engineer, etc.) studying in the university; interpersonal interaction in professional activity (new approaches to the study of student-teacher interaction, investigations in forming skills of the effective communication and interaction in professional activity, etc.); methods of teaching future specialists in the colleges and universities; problems of the Educational Psychology; Educational Management in the System of Higher Education.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Professional career training
  2. Didactics of Higher Education
  3. Forming ability of future specialist to interpersonal interaction in professional activity
  4. Self-development of future specialist in the university
  5. Tertiary education
  6. Problems of educational management
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