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International conference “The higher school: experience, problems and prospects”

International conference “The higher school: experience, problems and prospects”

On April 20-21 in RUDN University took place the International conference "The higher school: experience, problems and prospects". The conference was initiated and organized by department of social and differential psychology of the Philological faculty (RUDN University).

On April 20-21 in RUDN University took place the International conference "The higher school: experience, problems and prospects". The conference was initiated and organized by department of social and differential psychology of the Philological faculty (RUDN University).

Scientists from the leading Russian universities, professors and teachers from Poland, Belarus, Moldova, Bulgaria, Ireland, Armenia, Kazakhstan, representatives of the Russian Academy of Education and The Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation have participated in this important scientific event.

Work of a conference has been continued on sections:

  • The higher school and society;
  • Pedagogical aspects of training of the expert at the higher school;
  • Psychological aspects of training of the expert at the higher school;
  • Education of the young students;
  • The higher school: language, culture, art;
  • Problems of training of specialists for work with gifted children and talented youth;
  • The prospects for development of social pedagogical education in Russia.

In follow-up of the conference was organized the round table, where participants of the event shared their opinions and impressions of the work of this conference and expressed their thanks and appreciation for the organization ofsuch large-scale scientific forum in RUDN University.

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