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Experiences of COVID-19: Cooperation & Competition in Russian Education

Experiences of COVID-19: Cooperation & Competition in Russian Education
COVID-19 has had a swift and ubiquitously profound social impact arguably unseen at any other point of crisis in recent history. As the pandemic marched on, Russian education experienced a hard time settling into the new lay of the land with COVID-induced disruptions defying much of the system’s common norms, standards, and practices.

Anastasia Andreeva, Diana Koroleva, Sergei Kosaretsky, and Isaak Frumin have embarked on a research journey to explore how various stakeholders in Russian K—11 education interacted amid a tapestry of centrifugal and centripetal winds stirred by COVID-19. A chapter summarizing the study findings has been published in Springer’s Schools and Society During the COVID-19 Pandemic: How Education Systems Changed and the Road Ahead.

Our 2023 in highlights

Our 2023 in highlights

Postdoctoral Fellowships with HSE Institute of Education

Postdoctoral Fellowships with HSE Institute of Education

ICHE Conference 2023 to Focus on Latest Perspectives in Student Experience Research Worldwide

ICHE Conference 2023 to Focus on Latest Perspectives in Student Experience Research Worldwide
Mark your calendars for October 25 to 27 so you do not miss to join live streams on YouTube and Zoom of academic sessions to be hosted as part of the 14th International Conference on Higher Education (ICHE). The topic of ICHE 2023 is ‘New Educational Outcomes for Well-Being and Success.’

‘Educational Innovators Want Results that Are Useful to Society’: KIVO Opens Tenth-Anniversary Season

‘Educational Innovators Want Results that Are Useful to Society’: KIVO Opens Tenth-Anniversary Season
For the tenth year in a row, the Competition of Innovations in Education (KIVO) is accepting innovative project submissions—educational training resources, apps, platforms, events and media, methodological and technological developments and much more. The top 30 projects will be presented at the ‘startup alley’ of the Catalyst for Innovation in Education conference in Moscow. The creators of the best project will be able to conduct joint research with scientists from the HSE University Institute of Education. There will be two waves of applications; the first closes on October 15 (and offers certain bonuses to project creators), while the second closes on October 31.

What ICT Skills Do Graduate Recruiters Seek out the Most?

What ICT Skills Do Graduate Recruiters Seek out the Most?
On Tuesday, June 6, a regular online session as part of the HSE—IOE weekly seminar series ‘Modern Research & Developments in Education’ is hosting an open talk titled, ‘What ICT skills of graduates do employers need?’ by Dr. Jake Murdoch, Institute for Research in the Sociology and Economics of Education, University of Bourgogne, France.

What’s New in Formative Assessment: Insights from US Schools

What’s New in Formative Assessment: Insights from US Schools
Mark your calendars for Monday, March 20 @ 6 pm Moscow time so you do not miss to join an online open talk on formative assessment and how it benefits self-regulated learning skills in middle adolescents by Dr. Angela M. Lui, DAACS Project Manager and Adjunct Assistant Professor, CUNY School of Professional Studies (USA).

Quality of Enrolment in Russian Universities in 2022: Key Findings

Quality of Enrolment in Russian Universities in 2022: Key Findings
HSE University, with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, presented the results of a programme to monitor the quality of enrolment in state-funded and fee-based places at Russian universities in 2022. The study was carried out at the HSE Institute of Education under the supervision of Yaroslav Kuzminov, HSE University Academic Supervisor.

Basic, General, and Home-based

Basic, General, and Home-based
Why families choose to homeschool and what challenges they face in doing so

‘White Books on Russian Education’ Series Now Out in English

‘White Books on Russian Education’ Series Now Out in English
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.