Why families choose to homeschool and what challenges they face in doing so
We are happy to announce an English release of IOE’s 'White Books' analytical series, a research endeavor as comprehensive and in-depth as no other study on the Russian educational system carried out so far.
The results of a study into the impact of global trends on Russian education show that future education will rely on hybrid formats, micro-credentials and dual learning. The study was conducted by the Laboratory for Educational Innovation Research of the HSE Institute of Education in cooperation with the Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation. This is the second study on this topic.
Winner of the International KIVO Competition of Innovations in Education Announced in Nizhny Novgorod
The final 10 teams presented their projects to experts in a pitching session at the finals of the KIVO Competition of Innovations in Education. The project defence and award ceremony took place as a side event of the Global Impact Conference, an international platform that brings together experts in the field of sustainable development.
‘Entrepreneurialism and Society: Consequences and Meanings,’ a new volume in organizational sociology & economics by Emerald Publishing Limited, features a contribution by IOE experts Pavel Sorokin, Isak Froumin, and Svetlana Chernenko that explores the realm of entrepreneurship-centric learning & development in post-Soviet higher education.
Out at Palgrave Macmillan is a new volume titled, ‘Building Research Capacity at Universities: Insights from Post-Soviet Countries.’ The chapter featuring the Russian case––‘Russia: The Rise of Research Universities’––has been prepared by Igor Fedyukin, Aleksandr Kliagin, and Isak Froumin of the HSE University Russia.
‘A Great Academic Holiday’: XIII International Conference on Higher Education Held at HSE University
The event’s main theme is ‘New Educational Outcomes for Well-being and Success’. This year, the XIII International Conference on Higher Education was held together with the Second All-Russian Conference on Individual Educational Trajectories. For three days, researchers discussed the latest challenges in education, including the field of strengthening Russia's technological sovereignty.
The HSE Institute of Education is the main organizer of the international Competition of Innovations in Education. In addition to the Russian track, the competition is also being held in Kazakhstan, as well as in Armenia and Georgia. Applications are open online until October 21st, 2022. The overall winner will receive an educational grant, while the category winners will receive prizes from our partner organisations.
The Human Capital Interdisciplinary Research Centre (HCIRC) is a world-class research centre comprising a consortium of HSE University, RANEPA, MGIMO University, and the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS). Its work was highly rated by the RAS in 2021. Lilia Ovcharova, HSE University Vice Rector and initiator of the centre’s creation, talked to the HSE News Service about integration in international studies on active ageing, creating a database on development trends in human potential, studying the effects of digitalisation, and the centre’s priority activities for the future.
A new study by Evgeniia Shmeleva and Egor Sagitov of the IOE Center for Sociology of Higher Education explores how the way that university coursework and instruction are designed is related to the odds of dishonesty in students. The analysis involves a massive sample of 17,300 bachelor's and specialist’s students from as many as 291 Russian universities. The paper is published in the ‘Educational Studies’ journal.