Pedagogy. Theory & Practice journal publishes the results of scientific research covering all areas of pedagogy. The journal presents materials not only on the theoretical aspects of pedagogy, but also on the advanced experience of practicing teachers. The publication is of interest to a wide range of specialists: scientists engaged in pedagogical research, teachers in higher and secondary professional education systems, school teachers, preschool and additional education teachers, specialists in defectology and speech therapy. We also aim to encourage early-career scientists and researchers to publish their scientific results and reflections. So that they can get a great experience in publishing scientific articles, develop and improve their skills in academic writing.
Main research areas include (but are not limited to):
- General Pedagogy
- Preschool Education
- School Education
- Secondary vocational education
- Higher education
- Special (Corrective) education
- Inclusive education
- Additional education
- Pedagogical experience
- History of education
- Pedagogical heritage
The Editorial Team of the journal comprises the Editorial Board, Scientific Editors, Managing and Production Editors. The Editorial Board consists of the leading scholars conducting active scientific and research work related to the research areas of the journal. The editors are the staff members of Gramota Publishing and the professionals in their fields. The Editor-in-Chief and the Head of Editorial Board oversee the editorial processes and conduct effective editorial policy.
E. V. Riabtseva, PhD in Pedagogy, Ass. Professor.
Head of Editorial Board
O. G. Polyakov, Doctor in Pedagogy, Prof.; Head of Department of Linguistics and Classical-Pedagogical Education of Pedagogical Institute of Tambov State University named after G. R. Derzhavin.
The Editorial Team pursues the policy aimed at the high scientific level of the journal and the effective promotion of scholarly information.
Each submitted article is reviewed. The process is single-blind, meaning that the author does not know the identity of the reviewer, but the reviewer knows the identity of the author. The reviewers assess a submitted manuscript for its originality, reliability of results and scientific significance and thus help the Editorial Team make a decision to either reject the manuscript, offer a revision or accept it for publication.
Publication ethics is a system of professional behavior norms that concern the relations of the authors, reviewers and editors when making scientific publications. The Editorial Team take the responsibility for observing ethical norms as to the publication process and spread of research results. We call upon all the participants of the publication process to follow these principles.
Abstracting and indexing
- Science Index (Russian Index of Science Citation)
- Russian Scientific Electronic Library - ELIBRARY.RU
- Google Scholar
Benefits of publishing
High visibility of scientific articles. Thanks to the Open Access policy, the journal materials become highly visible and available for the worldwide public right after their publication without any limits (there is no subscription charge or registration request). This approach provides readers with a wide access to the publications, promotes citations and the authors’ credibility.
Сopyright flexibility. According to the Open Access policy of the journal, the authors retain rights to their articles. The published materials can be distributed without any restrictions provided that their authorship is indicated.
Efficiency and transparency of the publishing process. The processing and publication of the submitted manuscripts occur exclusively in electronic form. The journal's Editorial Team use specialized original software. This allows us to speed up the manuscript review process, maintain constant feedback with authors, and ultimately optimize the publication process.
Article-processing charges (APC)
Researchers from around the world have immediate, unrestricted access to the journal's materials for free and without the need to register. Authors undoubtedly benefit from this approach, but the journal's Editorial Team incurs expenses related to the first internal reviewing of the submitted manuscripts, technical copy editing, typesetting and graphics, publication, online hosting, archiving, and subsequent promotion of the published materials. In accordance with the Open Access model, the APC is paid by authors, their institutions, or funding bodies upon acceptance based on the reviewing results and scientific experts’ recommendations.
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