This group conducts inter-disciplinary academic researches in linguistics, religion, philosophy, history, culture, art and sociology.
This paper seeks to answer the central inquiry question: what is role of globalization on facilitating inclusive education in Kazakhstan?
Religion can interact with the new realities, “challengers” as we often say, social and scientific processes, as well as create new meanings and correct personal and social beliefs.
School education system of Netherlands, which is recognized as one of the best in the world according to International Student Assessment (PISA), has one significant distinction from other systems, which appears in early identification of abilities and inclinations using specia
Creative industries are becoming increasingly important components of modern post-industrial knowledge-based economies.
The realities of the 21st century requires learners to take active position in solving problems which humanity faces every day.
Teachers and teachers’ positive attitude are argued as playing a considerable role in implementing the inclusive education successfully.
Since 16-17 centuries, the Russian academic elite formed strong scientific school of the Oriental studies, which focused on the issues of interaction between Russia and Asia.
The main feature of the historical development of the Russian Empire in the late 19th and early 20th century as a multinational state was that the bulk of Muslims of the Russian Empire were Turkic-speaking people.
Kazakh society has come to understand that the development of culture or cultural potential is one of the key priorities of the development of countries in the world.
February 22, the National Academy of Sciences held a general meeting on the 70th anniversary of its foundation, to which Nursultan Nazarbayev, the President of Kazakhstan, was invited, and for the first time in recent years, the general university community - teachers and profe