The Special issue
Young people all over the world today face unique challenges in a constantly evolving global society. In this upcoming issue the Youth Voice Journal will provide special attention upon the important role of youth in education, both as students and teachers; aspects of self-regulated learning; personal, cognitive and metacognitive aspects of the learning process and other important issues. As a result, we encourage innovate research and submissions centred on the views of young people on issues such as Young people’s views on Politics, Youth Identity and Youth led-research. Suggested topics: Youth in Higher Education; Young Leaders in University Management; Psychological Characteristics of Young University Teachers.
The Special Issues takes on an International scope, so papers from all over the world are welcome.
Dr. Eduard Balashov is an Associate Professor of the Department of Psychology and Pedagogy at the National University of Ostroh Academy, Ukraine. He has a Doctorate in Educational and Age Psychology, where he has taught such courses as “Labor Psychology”, “Educational Psychology”, “Cognitive Psychology”, “Psychology of Organizations”, “Foundations of Scientific Project Management”. Eduard has published several scientific articles in these fields in many periodical international scientific journals and specialized issues across the globe indexed in such bases as Scopus and WoS (UK, USA, Canada, Poland, South Korea, Croatia, Serbia, Romania and Ukraine).
Since 2000, Dr Balashov has held a position of a Head of the International Relations Department of the National University of Ostroh Academy. His primary professional responsibilities include management of international student/professor exchange programs, double-diploma joint undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs, and international educational and mobility programs such as Erasmus+ and Horisont 2020.
Young people in education Volume 1 | ISBN 978-1-911634-20-1
Young people in education Volume 2 | ISBN 978-1-911634-21-8
Young people in education Volume 3 | ISBN 978-1-911634-35-5
Young people in education Volume 4 | ISBN 978-1-911634-36-2
Are you interested in being a Guest Editor for our next Special Issue? please feel free to contact Dr. Theo Gavrielides at | firstname.lastname@example.org
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