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09.NU Academic Journals

09.NU Academic Journals

 

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  • Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy (ISSN 2378-2323 print, ISSN 2378-2331 online) is the first open access, peer-reviewed journal focused on the intersection of popular culture and ...
  • 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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  • Oralbayeva Nurziya (Graduate School of Education, 2023)
    Since the use of English expanded throughout the post-Soviet states, the trend towards the use of the grammar-translation method in EFL teaching in schools can still be prominent in post-Soviet countries (Hasanova, 2007). ...
  • Tastanbek Serikbolsyn, Kazymbek Aigerim, Kalizhanova Zarina, Kaipova Dinara (Graduate School of Education, 2023)
    Teachers have different views toward translanguaging, which is a pedagogical approach that has garnered significant attention over the last decade. This study investigates the changes in attitudes towards translanguaging ...
  • Alimkhanova Dinara, Drybrough Andrew G. (Graduate School of Education, 2023)
    This review presents information on international and national statistical databases that can be used for the purpose of educational research. Each database is derived from the websites and the authentic website source is ...
  • Kozhabayeva Kamila (Graduate School of Education, 2023)
    This is the first issue after a long break following the COVID-19 pandemic period. The journal had some challenges, and so the work on the journal was postponed. In March 2023 the Graduate School of Education announced the ...
  • Kozhabayeva Kamila (Graduate School of Education, 2020)
    This issue is being published in truly unusual times that we, along with the entire world, are forced to experience. The Covid-19 outbreak and the measures taken to tackle this global pandemic have placed humankind in the ...
  • Syzdykbayeva Rizagul (Graduate School of Education, 2020)
    Within the last year or so, the new results of four International Large-Scale Assessment (ILSA) programs were released. Let us consider what these programs are, what publications are already available, and what is ...
  • Tazhimbet Guldana (Graduate School of Education, 2020)
    The education system in Kazakhstan has one single centralized authority at the level of the Ministry of Education (national government). This has a top-down approach, which leaves no space for local education authorities ...
  • Hooper-Prilipko Arina (Graduate School of Education, 2020)
    The discussion of advantages of explicit approaches to instruction is ongoing in the field of language teaching and learning, due to the fact that modern education is shifting towards teachers being facilitators of the ...
  • Amirova Aida (Graduate School of Education, 2020)
    In the past decade, educational reforms have displayed an upsurge of interest in higher education. Promoting quality education has become a high priority issue in academia, as well as in policy-making units. There are ...
  • Karabay, Akmaral (Graduate School of Education, 2020)
    Within the PhD program at the Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, doctoral students in their second year take the eight-week international study course at one of the partner universities of the school. ...
  • Gethins, Marie (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    Nineteenth and early twentieth-century children’s literature frequently depicts characters with disabilities as flat stereotypes — villains or saintly invalids. L. Frank Baum’s The Tin Woodman of Oz (1918) provides a sharp ...
  • Leonard, Kristin (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    In Artful Sentences: Syntax as Style, Virginia Tuft illustrates how grammar, word choice, and syntax strategies help to generate the perfect juxtaposition of words and punctuation that will make each sentence pop (Clark). ...
  • Guglielmi, Luc (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    In Basile, a small community in Southwest Louisiana, there would not be any Mardi Gras without Ash Wednesday and vice-versa. Most of the people in Basile speak of Ash Wednesday when defining the Mardi Gras as there is a ...
  • Oliver, Graham (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    Choices made during video game gameplay set the stories told in that media apart from other media. Narrative-affecting choices have existed since the earliest games, from character creation in role-playing games to ...
  • Eaton, Lance; Rockey, Alex (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    Teaching popular culture comes with many opportunities and challenges in a traditional classroom, but equally interesting and valuable are the possibilities that teaching such a course online can provide. This article ...
  • Hammonds, Kyle A.; Anderson-Lain, Karen (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    In this essay, a case study approach is used to examine ways in which comics and graphic narratives can be used to provide a context within which undergraduate students may theorize about culture. The authors employed ...
  • Guydish Buchholz, Erin (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    While academia tends to focus on differentiating various groups of students, prioritizing similar learning practices can have surprising and potentially transforming outcomes. In classrooms that are often filled with ...
  • Chuk, Natasha (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    Australian director Cate Shortland’s dramatic thriller Berlin Syndrome (2017) follows the conventions of the genre involving a psychologically unstable male perpetrator and his female victim, thus could hinge on patriarchal ...
  • CohenMiller, Anna S. (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2019)
    Mass media has played, and is currently playing, a role in the way individuals make sense of their identities, roles and that of society. Through these media outlets—whether in TV, media, and music or in newspaper, articles, ...
  • Tinajero, Robert (Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2020)
    The field of rhetorical studies is rich and complex but has, in many ways, ignored or marginalized the study of rap music and hip hop culture. This article analyzes ways in which hip hop rhetoric adds to the terrain of ...

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