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  • NUGSE Research in Education is created by Master’s and PhD students and alumni of the Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education. Each issue may also include reflections and commentary from the editors regarding ...

Recent Submissions

  • Jumabayeva, Zhanna (NUGSE Research in Education, 2017)
    Publishing can be useful in a wide range of ways, including the professional growth, worldwide recognition, knowledge acquirement and self-learning that is involved in the process. I would like now to share my experience ...
  • Terlikbayeva, Nurgul (NUGSE Research in Education, 2017)
    This research is devoted to exploring the adaptation experience of returnee children in Kazakhstani schools. Upon arrival, returnee children who have not been exposed to Kazakh culture encounter social and psychological ...
  • Shon, Peter (NUGSE Research in Education, 2017)
    As early as the nineteenth century, Abay Kunanbayev foresaw the need to adapt to the world being altered by the hands of geopolitical powers. Rather than to be swept away by the waves of colonial influences, he became the ...
  • Orynbassarova, Dilara (NUGSE Research in Education, 2017)
    Writing a critical book review is an integral part of the scholarly development process of any emerging researcher. The payoff of writing a book review is great, as it helps the emerging scholar to sharpen both writing and ...
  • Makoelle, Tsediso Michael (NUGSE Research in Education, 2017)
  • Kadyrova, Samal (NUGSE Research in Education, 2017)
    This article explores the effectiveness of mentorship relationships in addressing first year teachers’ challenges at the beginning of their career at one of the Kazakhstani private schools. The study examines the concept ...
  • Ayazbayeva, Nazira (NUGSE Research in Education, 2017)
    Language policies and their aspects that impact societies and people are important social phenomena that are not well researched in multicultural and multilingual Kazakhstan. While previous research has investigated how ...
  • Akimenko, Olessya (NUGSE Research in Education, 2017)
    The main focus of education studies has been on mainstream schools and institutions. However, the growing phenomenon of private tutoring has been largely overlooked by scholars. In Kazakhstan, numerous specialists offer ...
  • Yessenova, Aisara (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016)
  • Montgomery, Philip (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016)
  • Syzdykbayeva, Rizagul (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016)
  • Sirgebayeva, Aidana (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016)
  • Kabulova, Meruyert; Pussurmanova, Gulzada; Shaikhina, Dina; Akhmedina, Assel; Issina, Gulden (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016)
    The problem of non-attendance and lack of student engagement in class is a widely recognized issue in educational circles around the world, including Kazakhstan. One of the reasons is the neglect of class participation ...
  • Jumabayeva, Zhanna (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016)
    This study is aimed to identify the key drivers of the Unified National Test in Kazakhstan and to determine its impact on school leavers. The main key drivers of implementing the new assessment policy include the ...
  • Akimenko, Olessya (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016)
    While according to some authors, teaching approach is the way of teaching students, implying the kinds of teaching and learning activities that a teacher conducts and the ways in which teacher engages students with the ...
  • Kozhabayeva, Kamila; Sanat, Aisulu (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016-06)
    As American writer, political activist, and the first special needs woman in history to get a bachelor’s degree, Helen Keller said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Truly, each member of the NUGSERIE ...
  • Montgomery, Philip (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016-06)
    Scholarly research is as much a science as it is an art. The articles presented in this inaugural issue of NUGSE Research in Education reflect the high academic and ethical standards of educational research and policy ...
  • Baigazina, Altyn; Gapbassova, Lyazat (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016-06)
    Henry Ford once wisely noted, “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success”. This quote accurately mirrors the team spirit that has inspired and fueled the creation of the first ...
  • Syzdykbayeva, Rizagul (2016-06)
    Kazakhstan is a multicultural country that conducts democratic policy towards every ethnic group living there; therefore, major language policy documents raise the importance of maintaining and developing all languages in ...
  • Kovaleva, Lyudmila (NUGSE Research in Education, 2016-06)
    The quality of education in the sector of higher education has been one of the key priorities of the government for the last decade. In order to assure the quality of education and produce highly qualified human resources, ...

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