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Scientists from around the world will discuss actual problems of training of teachers in Russia and abroad within the framework of the III International forum on issues of continuous pedagogical education, which opens at Kazan Federal University on Tuesday, the press service of the University.
«From 23 to 25 may at the Kazan Federal University will host the III international forum on issues of continuous pedagogical education. This year in Kazan there will arrive the teachers from the USA, Scotland, great Britain, Ireland, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Turkey, China, Armenia and many other countries», — stated in the message.
According to the organizers, the forum will be attended by the representatives of 28 Russian and 36 foreign universities. As speakers at the forum will include representatives of the universities of Oxford, Glasgow, Dresden, Miami, Hesse, Ljubljana and other prestigious educational institutions included in the hundred best universities in the world according to the QS.
In the framework of the forum will be held three major international scientific-practical conference «continuing teacher education in the modern world: from research to productive solutions,» «Socially stable and safe environment for children: the Psychology and pedagogy of non-violence in the family and school», «Transnational and regional adaptation of immigrant children: contemporary practices and models of socio-cultural and psycho-pedagogical integration.»
The presentation will discuss the modeling of personality and professional activity of a teacher of a new type, the problems of modernization and development of the content of vocational pedagogical education taking into account requirements of new educational standards, and many others.
It is expected that the forum will take part representatives of the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation, the government of Tatarstan, the Russian Academy of education, the European Association for research in education (EERA) and the International research Association for teacher education (ISATT).