Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology
|| Dean: Irina Istomina, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor, Honorary Worker of Russian Higher Education|
Address: 56 Lenina Street, Main Building, Room 306
Tel: +7 (3466) 451 042
The Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology was established in September, 1998.
The main purpose of the Faculty is to train well qualified professionals for leading positions in education medium. The Faculty is comprised of 2 departments:
The students are offered studies in bachelor, master and postgraduate programs. At present the teaching staff includes doctors and professors of sciences, candidates of sciences and associate professors, senior teachers.
The Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology is engaged in a broad spectrum of areas corresponding to the fields of study accredited and taught there: preschool and primary education, general and social pedagogy, educational psychology.
The Faculty is carrying out many research programs in various areas including:
- improvement of education quality;
- modern technologies of social pedagogical support of childhood;
- personal development in educational and family environment;
- development of moral and intellectual values in children and teenagers through multicultural education.
The Faculty has bilateral agreements with different educational institutions of Russia and Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District Yugra. It also has tight contacts with foreign partners, such as JAMK University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Saimaa University of Applied Sciences (Lappeenranta, Finland) and takes active part in international scientific and educational programs, projects and contests in cooperation with international education institutions, such as the Institute of Psychology at the University of Tartu (Estonia).
The Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology participates two international projects: 1. "Evaluation of Quality of Cooperation in Education Ecosystem as a Mechanism for Building Professional Competencies" within TEMPUS IV Programme. More information about the project is available at http://en.nggu.ru/en/international/229/.
2. "Social Integration of Minority and Migrant Children in Sweden, Denmark and Russia", within "Nordic-Russian Cooperation Programme 2012-2015.
There are faculty’s activities in the area of lifelong learning, where various programs and
short-term courses are designed to respond to teachers’ needs for in-service training.