Mykhailo Dragomanov State University of Ukraine
Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation
The All-Ukrainian scientific and pedagogical advanced training
FOLLOW-UP FOR YOUNG CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT AS AN EDUCATIONAL COMPONENT IN TRAINING STUDENTS MAJORING IN SPECIALTY 012 “PRESCHOOL EDUCATION”
December 4 – January 14, 2024
We kindly invite academic and research staff, practitioners, undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral students, and all interested in follow-up for young children’s development to participate in the all-Ukrainian scientific- pedagogical advanced training.
The professional program of advanced training has been developed taking into account the latest scientifically-based approaches to organizing adult education, achievements of psychological-pedagogical, social and behavioral sciences; it is aimed at enhancing and improving psychological-pedagogical, rhetorical, and information-communicative competences of academic staff, involving their practical skills, that will contribute to their professional and personal growth and increase the efficiency of professional communication and the implementation of pedagogical activities.
All participants will be provided with a collection of abstracts and an electronic certificate.
The workload of advanced training consists of 6 credits ECTS (180 hours) and distributes 6 hours each day for 6 business weeks.
MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Bulakh Iryna – Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Professor at the Department of Theoretical and Counseling Psychology, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology, Dragomanov Ukrainian State University;
Volnova Lesia – PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychological Rehabilitation, Deputy Dean for Research and International Relations of the Faculty of Psychology, Dragomanov Ukrainian State University;
Otych Dariia – PhD in Psychology, Senior Lecturer at the Department of General and Social Psychology and Psychotherapy of the Faculty of Psychology, Dragomanov Ukrainian State University;
Kriukova Olena – PhD in Pedagogy, Master of Psychology, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Social Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology, Dragomanov Ukrainian State University;
Hurkovska Tetiana – head of the Kyiv branch of NGO “Association of PRESCHOOL WORKERS”, UNICEF coach in the program “Ensuring learning continuity and development of preschoolers during crisis in Ukraine”.
THE EVENT INCLUDES THREE ZOOM LECTURES:
8 December, 14:30 – “Characteristics of early childhood and peculiarities of child development”;
15 December, 14:30 – “Base lines of mental development of young children and unity of a diagnostic-developmental approach in educational interaction with such children”;
22 December, 14:30 – “Adaptation to kindergarten. Factors facilitating the process of adjustment to a preschool institution environment”.
Speaker – Tetiana Hurkovska, head of the Kyiv branch of NGO “Association of PRESCHOOL WORKERS”, UNICEF coach in the program “Ensuring learning continuity and development of preschoolers during crisis in Ukraine”.
A link to the online lecture will be sent to all participants after paying participation fees. Online lectures will be saved.
Participation form: remote.
Persons who are interested in participation should before November 30, 2023 (inclusively):
- send a copy of payment confirmation to Organizing firstname.lastname@example.org (the coordinator provides you with payment details when you fill in an application).
From December 4 to January 14, 2024 (inclusively), during the advanced training, participants should send research-methodological abstracts to email@example.com.
RE: Psychology advanced training.
Participation in the scientific and pedagogical advanced training without research and methodological report is impossible.
After March 1, 2024, every participant will receive a collection of abstracts and a certificate via e-mail indicated in the participation form.
The Organizing Committee of the All-Ukrainian Advanced training guarantees high-quality anonymous peer-review of each contribution. All papers are subject to check for plagiarism using StrikePlagiarism.com by the Polish company Plagiat.pl.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ABSTRACTS:
Volume – from 2 to 5 pages, А-4, Microsoft Word.
Font – Times New Roman, size – 14; line spacing – 1,5; the first line indention – 1,25 cm; margins – 2 cm.
Sequence of materials in abstracts: title (semi-bold capitals); the author’s surname and initials (semi-bold); academic degree, rank (if any), post, place of employment (study); text.
A file should be titled in accordance with the participant’s surname and initials (for example: Shevchenko T.H._abstracts).
References (without repetitions) are at the bottom of the text taking into account the National Standard of Ukraine DSTU 8302: 2015 “Information and documentation. Bibliographic reference. General principles and rules of composition”. Citations in the text should be marked with numerical order of a source according to the list and page (pages) number, for example [7, p. 16].
Languages: Ukrainian, English.
PROHIBITION ON USING THE AGGRESSOR STATE’S SCHOLARLY PAPERS:
Languages: Ukrainian and English. It is prohibited citing and including in the reference list Russian-language publications published in any country, including papers written in other languages but published in russia and belarus.
Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation
Contact person: Liashchova Anastasiia Oleksandrivna, Coordinator of the All-Ukrainian scientific and pedagogical advanced training.
Contact number: + 38 (095) 653 40 42 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org