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Publications
Book
Science. Technology. Innovation: 2020: Pocket Data Book In press

Gokhberg L., Ditkovsky K. A., Lukinova E. I. et al.

National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2020.

Article
The effects of job-related training on the sense of control of male and female workers in Russia

Karmaeva N., Zakharov A.

International Journal of Lifelong Education. 2020. Vol. 1. No. 1. P. 1-15.

Book chapter
HISTORICAL-PEDAGOGICAL METHODOLOGY: SQUEEZED BETWEEN HISTORY AND EDUCATION?

Kornetov G. B., Astafieva E. N., Yakovleva N. R. et al.

In bk.: The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences EpSBS (Volume LXXIV). Vol. LXXIV: The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences EpSBS (Volume LXXIV). Future Academy, 2019. P. 259-266.

Working paper
WorldSkills Approaches to Comparable Skills Assessment in Vocational Education

Dudyrev F., Froumin I., Maltseva V. et al.

Современная аналитика образования. Институт образования НИУ ВШЭ, 2019

One of HSE University’s principal academic divisions since 2012, the Institute of Education (IOE) is a leading Russian think tank and centre for research, training and professional networking in education.

IOE aims to facilitate positive socioeconomic change by spearheading high-impact scholarship and evidence-based action plans for sustainable reforms in education.

We build on a diverse expertise base brought by accomplished faculty, partner experts and junior staff of various backgrounds and research perspectives.

Our R&D portfolio comprises a vast range of projectsincluding high-scope collaborations with QS top-rank institutions and global policy powerhousesthat cut across educational realms and benefit multiple stakeholders.

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Illustration for news: A Journey of a Thousand Miles

A Journey of a Thousand Miles

Ruoqi Cao, from Harbin, China, graduated from HSE University’s Master’s programme in International Business. She is now working on her PhD at the HSE Institute of Education, where her research focuses on regional contributions of higher education in Russia and China.

Illustration for news: ‘Every Student Should Be Prepared for Life in the Digital World and Know how to Speak its Language’

‘Every Student Should Be Prepared for Life in the Digital World and Know how to Speak its Language’

On January 16, HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov spoke at the expert panel, ‘Digital Revolution in Education and New Training Technologies’, at the 2020 Gaidar Forum, ‘Russia and the World: Challenges of the New Decade’, which was held at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA).

Why R&D Deliverables Often Fail to Deliver in Education

A seminar that was held last week as part of IOE’s Year 2019/20 Series on Educational R&D hosted a guest talk by Dr. Dirk Van Damme, Head of the Centre for Educational Research and Innovation at OECD’s Directorate for Education and Skills. In his presentation, Dr. Van Damme shared his thinking about the main reasons why the domains of educational R&D, policy, and practice are often at odds with one another and what measures could help alleviate this discrepancy.

Illustration for news: Dr. Bill Maxwell on Best Practices in Regulating Educational QA

Dr. Bill Maxwell on Best Practices in Regulating Educational QA

From December 16 to 20, IOE is hosting its International Week of Education Law 2019, a prime venue for global experts in law and policy to exchange perspectives on how best practices across dimensions of educational governance are designed and deployed at both international, national, community, and institutional levels. We have talked to Dr. Bill Maxwell, former Chief Executive of Education Scotland who is among the key presenters for this year’s Law Week, about what he thinks of the regulatory reform in the dimension of educational monitoring and assessment that has been unfolding in Russia, his conception of how a robust schema of authority and accountability in educational QA should be configured, etc.

Illustration for news: IOE’s New Lab for Evidence-based Assessments of Educational Innovation to Help Better Inform Sector Policy and Practice

IOE’s New Lab for Evidence-based Assessments of Educational Innovation to Help Better Inform Sector Policy and Practice

We are happy to announce a call for multiple positions of Research Assistant / Research Associate to join the International Laboratory for the Evidence-Based Assessment of Educational Practices and Innovations, a new R&D division that has recently come on stream at the HSE Institute of Education Moscow.

Illustration for news: IOE Welcomes Dr. Ger Graus

IOE Welcomes Dr. Ger Graus

World-renowned edutainment expert and entrepreneur in extended L&D, Dr. Ger Graus, OBE has recently commenced his sojourn with IOE as a Guest Professor at the Center for General and Extracurricular Education. During his term, Dr. Graus will be contributing across multiple strands of the Center’s research and networking agenda.

Illustration for news: Per Aspera — But Heading Where?

Per Aspera — But Heading Where?

Instructors hold differing opinions about doctoral school

Illustration for news: The Rise of Cyberbullying: How It Has Come about and What Can Be Done to Rectify the Curve

The Rise of Cyberbullying: How It Has Come about and What Can Be Done to Rectify the Curve

As mobile computing and digital networking have witnessed a spectacular upswing in recent years, cyberbullying has become a pervasive occurrence that afflicts adolescents across dimensions of the modern digital realm. While continual exposures to various forms of harsh treatment online can inflict serious harm to the socio-emotional wellbeing of young people, adults around are mostly unaware of what is happening to the youngsters and often fail to come up with a timely and appropriate remedy. Eventually, as teens grow older, many of them seem to gradually come to terms with cyberbullying. A group of psychologists including IOE expert Alexandra Bochaver have studied what has underpinned the spread of harassment in the digital space and how students themselves perceive it.

Illustration for news: How Parental Attitudes to General Education Influence Children’s Extracurricular Outcomes

How Parental Attitudes to General Education Influence Children’s Extracurricular Outcomes

Earlier this fall, Stockholm, Sweden welcomed educational researchers, strategists and institutional leaders from across the globe for the Second WERA-IRN Conference on ‘Extended Education,’ a dimension of learning & development that embraces a vast array of practices and activities beyond the general curriculum that unfold both within and outside the regular school perimeter. IOE experts Sergey Kosaretsky and Mikhail Goshin took part in the forum to present about how different strategies of parental involvement in formal schooling impact the odds of children’s success in extracurriculars.

Illustration for news: A Lack of Transparency: Why Academic Fraud Is Becoming More of Problem

A Lack of Transparency: Why Academic Fraud Is Becoming More of Problem

Students cheat and plagiarize more if they believe most of their classmates to do just all the same. A recent study by Evgeniia Shmeleva and Tatiana Semenova, experts at the IOE Center for Sociology of Higher Education, looks at how factors of learning environment, and specifically the way students perceive the stance towards dishonest practices that their peers espouse, act as modulators of academic dishonesty.