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V International Forum on Teacher Education
Edited by Roza Valeeva
Conference ISSN:
2683-0647
e-ISBN: 
978-954-642-984-1
Conference name: 
IFTE 2019 - V International Forum on Teacher Education
Conference dates: 
29-31 May 2019
Conference place: 
Kazan Federal University, Russia

This V International Forum on Teacher Education (IFTE) (ISSN 2683-0647) special edition presents a snapshot of the current state of the researches devoted to personal and professional development of teachers from around the world. The rapidly changing world entails a fundamental change in the mission of education – from translations of knowledge and skills to the industry of opportunities. This requires a person continuously to produce new knowledge, flexible and adaptive thinking. Teacher education in the 21st century occupies a special place, since it develops the foundations for the success of the educational system as a whole.

The Forum is organized in partnership with the Russian Educational Research Association (RERA), Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI), International Janusz Korczak Association (IKA) with support from World Education Research Association (WERA), Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) and International Association of Educators (INASED). More than 600 delegates from 132 Russian and 74 overseas universities and research centers participated in the Forum (including scientists and practitioners from Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Cuba, Germany, India, Italy, Kazakhstan, Namibia, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, the UK, and the USA).

Editorial Board of the V IFTE Conference:

  • Alexander G. Bermous, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
  • Alfiia Masalimova (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Aliya Shakirova (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Andreja Istenic Starcic (Slovenia), University of Primorska and the University of Ljubljana
  • Anwar N. Khuziahmetov (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Aydar Kalimullin (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Conor Galvin (Republic of Ireland), University of Dublin
  • Daria Khanolinen (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Dinara Bisimbaeva (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Elena Semenova (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Ian Menter (UK), University of Oxford
  • Irina Demakova, Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow, Russia
  • Guyzel Sh. Zakirova, Kazan National Research Technical University named after A. N. Tupolev-KAI, Russia
  • Ksenia Zavyalova (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Lyudmila V. Bayborodova, Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushinsky, Yaroslavl, Russia
  • Maria Teresa Tatto (USA), Arizona State University Dina Birman (USA), University of Miami
  • Nick Rushby (UK), Conation Technologies Limited
  • Roza A.Valeeva (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Tatiana N. Bokova, Moscow City University, Moscow, Russia
  • Tatyana A.Baklashova (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Venera G. Zakirova (Russia), Kazan Federal University
  • Vyara Gyurova (Bulgaria), Sofia University ((St. Kliment Ohridski)

During the Forum three International sub-conferences were held:

  • International Conference “Continuing teacher education: new concepts and technologies”,
  • International Conference “Early-career teachers: induction and professional development”,
  • International Conference "Research-based teacher education".

The Special Issue of the V IFTE proceedings includes the following 3 sections:

  • Teacher Education and Training,
  • Educational Environment and Management,
  • Educational Psychology.

In these sections, collections of articles devoted to organizational, technological and methodical aspects of pedagogical education in several countries were presented. Teacher Education and Training section includes all the issues related to modern teachers’ training and their career and professional development.

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