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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 ...

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  • Adilzhanova, Lyutsiya; Ixanova, Ulyana; Kaus, Alyona (NUGSE Research in Education, 2018-06)
    Over the last three decades, there has been a dramatic change in the expectations the society holds about compulsory education. Contemporary education is expected to cultivate highorder thinking as well as to develop life ...
  • Mhamed, Ali Ait Si; Ibrasheva, Alima; Kasa, Rita; Nurmagambetov, Amantay; Sagintayeva, Aida; Vossensteyn, Hans (NUGSE Research in Education, 2018-06)
    For the past four years, the international team of Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education’s researchers and faculty members has jointly worked with local policy makers, practitioners and stakeholders on the ...
  • Akhmetova, Dinara (NUGSE Research in Education, 2018-06)
    Technological advancements taking place in the 21st century are changing the ways in which classes are taught (Allen & Seaman, 2011). Education worldwide is reaching far beyond the four walls of classroom by offering ...
  • Akimenko, Olessya (NUGSE Research in Education, 2018-06)
    What can be more rewarding than having your article published and read? It is, of course, having it critiqued. I do think that if your work has motivated others to think and create something of their own, writing it was ...
  • Ippolitova, Mariya; Sanat, Aisulu; Serikbayeva, Sagida (NUGSE Research in Education, 2018-06)
    National-level reports and programs are written annually but it is rarely possible to talk to the people who actually worked on these documents and find out the story behind them. We were lucky to interview Dr. Ali Ait Si ...
  • Kavashev, Zulyar (NUGSE Research in Education, 2018-06)
    There is a shortage of data in about the role massive open online courses (MOOCs) play in internationalizing the sphere of higher education in Kazakhstan. This paper aims to explore the ways Open University Kazakhstan ...
  • Montgomery, D. Philip (NUGSE Research in Education, 2018-06)
    During a faculty meeting in the spring of 2015, NUGSE professors brainstormed ways that students could gain more experience participating in research and sharing their work on a wider scale. The idea for this journal came ...
  • Montgomery, D. Philip (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2017-12)
    The journal issue in front of you marks the fourth issue of NUGSE Research in Education. The authors, peer reviewers, and editors who have worked to keep this project growing and thriving understand too well the difficulty ...
  • Ogay, Svetlana (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2017-12)
    Proliferation of digital technologies and massification of education gave a breath of fresh air to conventional education and triggered a wave of innovative approaches to teaching and learning. Who would imagine a decade ...
  • Khegay, Yuliya (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2017-12)
    Kazakhstan is currently experiencing tremendous reforms in secondary education trying on best practices and experiences borrowed from abroad. Important figures at this stage are Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS) created ...
  • Kakenov, Ruslan (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2017-12)
    This paper investigates teachers’ experiences of teaching the content and language simultaneously by using the Content and Language-Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach when delivering social science subjects, such as ...
  • Ivatov, Serik (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2017-12)
    In her article published by NUGSE Research in Education in December 2016, Akimenko discusses the theoretical understandings of teacher-centred and student-centred approaches, and examines these theories with regard to ...
  • Ippolitova, Mariya; Baidaly, Fariza; Memetova, Lenera; Temirbekova, Assel (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2017-12)
    The choice of a learning mode is very important for a student applying to the Master’s program. But when the choice is made students face other challenges they could not anticipate. Brochures and websites can tell a lot ...
  • Chsherbakov, Andrey (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2017-12)
    Latinisation of the Kazakh alphabet is well under way. The President has signed the Law; a working version of the new script has been approved; and responsible state agencies have been appointed. However, the reform continues ...
  • Amantay, Assem; Myrzabayeva, Aigerim; Karabay, Akmaral (Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, 2017-12)
    The Kazakh government’s after-independence language policy of “Kazakhization” has had a positive impact on the revitalization of Kazakh as an official language. The research shows that the urban Kazakh people tend to support ...
  • 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 ...

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