Special Issue | Education and Upbringing of Youth in New Realities: Perspectives and Challenges (4 volumes)
Guest Editors: Dr. Hab. Eduard Balashov: Eduard.firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Theo Gavrielides: email@example.com
Eduard Balashov is a Doctor of Science in Psychology, Professor Member of the Association of Psychologists of Ukraine
The Special Issue
The aims of this special issue cover the important issues and challenges of education (higher, special, secondary etc.) that have arisen during the pandemic times and reflected in the post-pandemic period. The world of education has been constantly changing and we are covering also the topics connected with the perspectives for progressive youth education development in the near and distant future. The aims are met via consideration of various viewpoints and prospects of the authors from different countries for the issue of youth teaching and upbringing in the modern conditions in the world.
The Special issue brings a new fresh scientific look at the issues of Youth Education and Youth Upbringing in the modern world. Nowadays, we consider a person to be the biggest value, therefore this issue supports this humanistic approach to youth education and upbringing and emphasises the necessity of new approaches. important challenges are discovered and the ways to overcome them are distinguished in the scientific articles. The Issue consists of four Volumes with six or more articles in a volume.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Education and Upbringing of Youth in New Realities | Volume 1: ISBN (ONLINE): 978-1-911634-57-7
Education and Upbringing of Youth in New Realities | Volume 2: ISBN (ONLINE): 978-1-911634-58-4
Education and Upbringing of Youth in New Realities | Volume 3: ISBN (ONLINE): 978-1-911634-59-1
Education and Upbringing of Youth in New Realities | Volume 4: ISBN (ONLINE): 978-1-911634-60-7
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