Abstract will be published in the Conference Proceedings volume needed by October 31, 2013. To submit an abstract use this form.
Main text volume - 3000 words.
- The document must be in MS Word format, saved under its author’s name with the initials written in Latin letters, for example "Smith, Petrov".
- Font Times New Roman, 12 point size and line spacing 1.0. Margins: top and bottom-20 mm, left and right - 24 mm.
- Abstracts must contain the following information:
a) the title of the paper (centered, bold);
b) on the next line to the right, italicized – last names and initials of authors comma-separated (family name goes first for every author);
c) on the next line to the right, italicized – academic degree;
d) on the next line to the right, italicized – occupation;
e) on the next line to the right, italicizing – university/institution;
f) on the next line to the right, italicizing – city, country;
g) on the next line to the right – Author`s e-mail;
h) summary (100 words is maximum);
i) 4-7 key words.
- For in-text references, please use the example: (Smith 2001, 20).
- Abstracts should be carefully revised, in accordance with the rules of English language.
- Illustrations are referred to as “figures”. Illustrations should preferably be submitted in TIFF or JPG format. A list of captions to figures must be provided in a separate sheet.
All abstracts are reviewed. The reviews are not sent to the authors. The Organizing Committee has the right not to publish the abstracts which are irrelevant to the subject of the Conference, or if the materials do not meet the requirements for scientific publications.
Selected abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings volume.
Example of a abstracts:
The influence of environment on the development of a child
Doctor in Psychology, Professor,
Doctor in Pedagogy,
Senior researcher at the Institute of Education,
Summary: The research aims at studying …
Key words: development of a child, education.
At the critical stages of the socio-historical development the content of education and the mental development of the child change because of the new challenges posed by society to growing generations (Elkonin, Dragunova 1967, 10).
Elkonin, D.B. & Dragunova, T.V. 1967. Age and individual characteristics of junior adolescents. М.
In the list of references, use the following system:
An authored book:
Author, I. year. The title. City.
A paper published in a journal:
Author, I. year. The title of the paper, in Journal Volume/Issue number, pages.
A chapter in an edited work:
Author, I. year. The title of the chapter, in Editor (ed.) The title of the work, pages. City.
An internet source:
Author, I. year. The title of the article. URL address (Consulted 10.02.2013)