The federal state budgetary institution of higher education “Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs” (VLSU) is the founder and publisher of the “Scientific-methodical journal “Bulletin of Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences”.


The journal is in the new Nomenclature (since 01.12.15) of Russian peer-reviewed scientific journals where the main scientific results of dissertations for Candidates of Sciences and Doctors of Sciences (list of State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles) in psychology and education must be published.

The journal is registered by Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media. The certificate of registration of the media organization - PI № FS77-52567.

The international standard number of the serial edition – ISSN 2307-3241

The edition is in the system of the Russian Science Citation Index: license contract with the Limited Liability Company “National Electronic Library” № 260-04/2013 since May 7, 2013.

The journal is published 4 times a year.

The articles published in the journal can be found in their full format on the website of the journal and in the system of the Russian Science Citation Index.

The reprint of articles from the journal “Bulletin of Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences” is possible only with the agreement of the editorial staff, references are necessary if there is any citation. The information published in the journal is allowed to be used only in personal non-commercial objectives – scientific, educational, learning, etc. Any irregularities of author’s rights are prosecuted.

Every author is responsible for the content of his/her article. The opinion of the editorial board may not be the same as the author’s one. Manuscripts are not returned.

Advertisements are not taken cognizance of.

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Dear colleagues, readers and authors

of the Scientific-methodological journal

“Bulletin of Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs.

Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences”

Our scientific-methodological journal has a rich history. It has been published since 1995 and it is the assignee of the journal “Bulletin of VGGU (Vladimir State University for the Humanities). Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences” which had been in the Nomenclature of Russian peer-reviewed scientific journals since 2010 where the main scientific results of dissertations for Candidates of Sciences and Doctors of Sciences in psychology and education were published.

In 2011 after the joining of Vladimir State University for the Humanities to Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs the journal got another title but remained in the Nomenclature of Russian peer-reviewed scientific journals (which was enacted on December 1, 2015). Nowadays the journal is the peer-reviewed scientific-methodological publication where articles by authors from different Russian regions and foreign countries are published.

More than one thousand scientific articles have been published in the journal since the day of its foundation. Nowadays the journal accepts to publication the results of theoretical and applied investigations in important educational and psychological problems, organizations of socio-cultural work in specialties:

13.00.00 – Pedagogical sciences
19.00.00 – Psychological sciences

The aim of the journal is to represent home and foreign scientific schools, which determine the state of modern psychological-pedagogical knowledge, reflect the character of scientific discussions, and reveal the perspectives of the development of pedagogy and psychology helping ideological consolidation of scientists and educators-practical workers for solving important scientific problems in the sphere of fundamental and applied investigations. In the journal there are materials which introduce readers to true information in perspective and important scientific achievements which are connected with various aspects of innovative education and which have theoretical and practical value in real conditions of the development of Russian and also international investigations in the field of various psychological-pedagogical problematics.

The permanent thematic sections of the journal are methodology of pedagogy and education; history of pedagogy and education; actual problems of contemporary pedagogy and education; professional education; special and social pedagogy and psychology; actual problems of psychology; the floor to young researchers; scientific life: chronicle, commentaries, reviews; our authors; information for authors.

The journal is meant for the wide range of readers: research workers, faculty members, postgraduate students, Master’s degree students, educational researchers, representatives of psychological-pedagogical community.

Editor-in-chief of the journal

Doctor of Educational Sciences, professor, Elena N. Seliverstova

Scientific biography and field of research interests

Seliverstova Elena Nikolaevna, doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, the head of the department of pedagogy of the Vladimir State University named after Alexander Grigorievich and Nikolai Grigorievich Stoletov (VLSU), honored Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation, Corresponding Member of the International Academy of Pedagogical Sciences.

E. Seliverstova’s general experience in scientific-pedagogical activity is about 40 years, including more than 35 years of work experience in teaching at VLSU.

E. Seliverstova graduated with honors degree from the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics at Vladimir State Pedagogical Institute named after P.I. Lebedev-Polyansky. She was a teacher of mathematics at school №23 of Vladimir, lecturer at the department of pedagogy at Vladimir State Pedagogical Institute, the head of the department of pedagogy and psychology at Teachers' Training Institute of Vladimir Region. From 1979 till 1982 she was a full-time postgraduate student of the Institute of General Pedagogy of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences, USSR. She carried out an experimental study of teaching approaches as technological elements of general didactic methods of teaching, and in 1982 she successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis on this topic under the supervision of I. Lerner.

From 1992 up till now E. Seliverstova heads the department of pedagogy of Vladimir State Pedagogical Institute, which in 2011 was joined to Vladimir State University. As the head of the department of pedagogy E. Seliverstova makes a significant contribution to the development of continuous pedagogical education of the region. She is the initiator and organizer of the master's program at Vladimir State Pedagogical Institute in the field of "Pedagogical Education", the organizer and the chairman of the Dissertation Council of thesis defense in doctoral and candidate degrees in the field of specialty 13.00.01 - General pedagogy, history of pedagogy and education at Vladimir State Humanitarian Institute (2008-2012), the member of the Council for Innovation Work in the Education System of the Department of Education of the Administration of Vladimir Region, the initiator and organizer of interregional pedagogical readings dedicated to the memory of I. Lerner which traditionally has taken place in Vladimir since 1997 and still attract the constant interest of the pedagogical community. These readings have become a platform for productive pedagogical discussions for Russian scientists and teachers. E. Seliverstova is a well-known scientist in Russian Federation, a continuer of the traditions of the scientific school of I. Lerner, M. Skatkin, V. Krayevsky, the head and organizer of scientific research in the field of didactic problems, in particular the theory and technology of innovative teaching, an expert of the Russian Foundation of Fundamental Research. Since 1996 under her supervision the scientific and practical laboratory of modern pedagogical technologies has worked productively, combining on the basis of VLSU the efforts of educators, teachers of higher and secondary educational institutions in order to study the dynamics and main trends in the development of modern pedagogical technologies and their introduction in the modern educational process. E. Seliverstova is an active member of the Scientific Council focusing on the problems of didactics of the department of philosophical education and theoretical pedagogy of Russian Academy of Education (RAE), carrying out scientific cooperation in the field of didactic research, organization of Russian and international conferences on the basis of VLSU. Nine Candidate and One Doctoral thesis were defended under her supervision.

E. Seliverstova has made a significant contribution to the development of the theory of modern pedagogical knowledge, engaged in the conceptualization of scientific ideas about the developmental function of teaching, and also in the creation of theoretical and methodological grounds for enhancing the scientific status of the developmental function of teaching as a part of didactic knowledge. Thanks to her research in home didactics, the transition from comprehending the developmental function of teaching as a phenomenon of pedagogical activity, to identifying it as an independent didactic object, also requiring inclusion in the structure of a conceptual and terminological apparatus of pedagogy was implemented. E. Seliverstova has created a structural model of the developmental function of education. As for didactics, she carried out a pedagogical interpretation of psychological views on the relationship between learning and development, justified and described the qualitative heterogeneity of the goals of intellectual development of schoolchildren in teaching. It was proved that the principle of subjectivity is the basis for understanding the content of education as a basic didactic tool for the realization of developing essence of teaching. Thus, she has distinguished the set of didactic requirements for the formation of educational content providing planned levels of intellectual development for schoolchildren. Moreover, she has identified and characterized approaches to the comparative analysis of the level of intellectual development of pupils which can be provided by various types of learning (traditional teaching, problem-development teaching, personality-based teaching).

E. Seliverstova has over 140 publications. She is a scientific editor and co-editor of collections of scientific and scientific-practical works, the author and co-author of 7 monographs, 10 teaching manuals which are used in continuous pedagogical education. Among Seliverstova’s most important publications are the monographs: "From school of knowledge to school of creation" (2008), "Modern schooling: on the way to technological renovation" (2015, scientific editor and co-author); teaching manuals: "Modern didactics: from school of knowledge to school of creation "(2009); " Didactics at the eve of epochs (ХХ-XXI centuries), a course of lectures for systems of higher and postgraduate pedagogical education" (2010, co-authored with L. Perminova), " Pedagogical theories and systems " (2012, the stamp of the Federal Methodical Teaching Section in Education in the field of teacher training, editor and co-author), "Innovative processes in school education" (2014, the stamp of the Federal Methodical Teaching Section in Education in the field of teacher training, editor and co-author); articles in journal "Pedagogy": "Developing function of education: conceptual design" (2003), "Developing function of teaching: a modern didactic view" (2006), "Subjectivity as a principle of the systematization of modern didactic knowledge" (2013) and in other peer-reviewed Russian journals.


The editorial Board of the scientific-methodical journal "Bulletin of the Vladimir State University named after A. G. and N. G. Stoletovs. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences"

Seliverstova E. N. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor the head of the department of education of the university (Editor-in-chief of the journal) (Vladimir, Russia)

Rogacheva, E. Yu. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor professor at the department of education of the university (Deputy chief editor) (Vladimir, Russia)

Berezhnova E. V. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, associate professor of the department of philosophy of Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) MFA (Moscow, Russia)

Boguslavsky M. V. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, member-correspondent of Russian Academy of Education head of the Center for the history of pedagogy and education, Institute of Strategy of Development of Education RAO (Moscow, Russia)

Zavrazhin S. A. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, professor at the department of personality psychology and special pedagogy of Vladimir State University (Vladimir, Russia)

Zobkov V. A. – doctor of psychological sciences, professor, professor at the department of personality psychology and special pedagogy of Vladimir State University (Vladimir, Russia)

Korol A.D. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, associate professor the rector of the Grodno state University named after Yanka Kupala (Grodno, Belarus)

Михеева Е.П. – доктор. пед. наук, профессор заведующий кафедрой дизайна и технической графики ВлГУ (г. Владимир)

Nazarov V. I. – doctor of psychological sciences, professor, first vice-rector of Ivanovo State University (Ivanovo, Russia)

Perminova L. M. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor professor of the Department of continuing education, Moscow state regional University (Moscow, Russia)

Plekhanov E. A. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor professor of the department of social-humanitarian disciplines of the Vladimir branch of the Russian Academy of National Economy and State Service under the RF President (Vladimir, Russia)

Popov V. A. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, the head of the department of social pedagogy and psychology of Vladimir State University (Vladimir, Russia)

Pushkareva T. V. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, associate professor, professor of the department of social pedagogy and psychology, Moscow State Pedagogical University (Moscow, Russia)

Seryakova S.B. - doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor professor of the department of social pedagogics and psychology of Moscow pedagogical state University (Moscow, Russia)

Fetiskin N. P. – doctor of psychological sciences, professor the head of the department of general psychology of the Kostroma State University (Kostroma, Russia)

Filanovskaya T. A. – doctor of cultural science, associate professor, department of aesthetics and music education of Vladimir State University (Vladimir, Russia)

Fortova L. K. – doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, professor of the department of state and legal disciplines of the Vladimir Juridical Institute of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia (Vladimir, Russia)

Zdenek Radvanovsky – PhD, the Dean of the Faculty of Education J. E. Purkine University of Usti nad Labem (Usti-on-Laba, Czech Republic)

Susan Knell – PhD, Pittsburg University of Kansas (USA)


The editorial board and the editor rely on the recommendations and standards of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and take into consideration the valuable experience of the reputable international journals publishing companies.

The principles of ethical behavior are obligatory for all parties involved in the process of the scientific publication: authors, reviewers, editorial board and editor of the journal.

The observance of these ethical rules promotes the security of the author’s rights for the intellectual ownership and the quality of the publication on the international level.

These principles meet the requirements of the journal policy and serve as a basis for the reviews.

The ethical principles for the author of the scientific publication

The article is supposed to contain new scientific results which were not published anywhere else.

The authors should realize that they take personal responsibility for the copyright material. The author ought to:

1. Present reliable results of their scientific research. Untruthful and fraudulent statements constitute unethical behavior which is considered unacceptable.

2. Take part in the process of the expert assessment of the manuscript. The editor-in-chief may ask about the original data of the publication and the author should be ready to provide this information if it is possible (the author has to preserve original data during a reasonable period of time).

3. Make sure that the results of the research represent author’s own original work. If the author has used the work or words of other authors, it should be appropriately cited or quoted. According to 3.4., all publications must be plagiarism checked. Copying and paraphrasing of substantial parts of the results of other scientists’ research are extremely unethical and unacceptable. The works which are a compilation of the materials of other authors published before are not accepted by the editorial board.

4. Realize the primary responsibility for the novelty and the authenticity of the results of the scientific research.

5. Acknowledge the contribution of all people who influenced the research. All references to Russian and foreign publications should be made. All citation of authorities must be given. The information taken from the private conversation, by correspondence and discussing with other persons mustn’t be used without the author’s an open written permission provision. All the sources must be opened. Even if written and illustrated material of a great number of people was used the author of the article must submit their permission to the editorial board.

6. Submit the original manuscript which was not sent to other journals and was not published in other journals. It is considered as unethical behavior. If some parts of this work were published before, the author should mention it, refer to the earlier one and point out the differences between those two works. The copying or paraphrasing of the author’s own works is unacceptable. They might be used as a basis for their new conclusions.

7. Ensure the correct list of the co-workers. All authors must be mentioned along with the co-workers who significantly contributed to the conception, design, execution or interpretation of the reported study. The author has to be grateful to all people who took part in some aspects of the work. The author should be sure that all co-workers have read the final version of the publication. All co-workers ought to be responsible for the contents of the publication. If the publication is multidisciplinary, each co-worker takes responsibility for his/her own contribution. All those who have not made any significant contributions to the research should not be listed as co-workers.

8. When the author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in his own work, it is the author’s obligation to promptly notify the editor-in-chief or the editorial board and correct the publication. Joint decision of the error acknowledgements or its correction must be decided as soon as possible. If the editorial board gets to know about the fact of containing a significant error from other non interested persons, the author should cut it out immediately or correct or provide evidence of the information correctness to the editorial board.

9. To indicate all the financing sources of the manuscripts, point out all possible conflicts of interests which can influence the research results, its interpretation and the reviewers’ inferences.

The ethical principles for the reviewers

The reviewer as an expert on behalf of the publishers exercises scientific examining of the author’s work to determine a possibility to publish these materials in the journal. Therefore, the reviewing should be unbiased and conducted according to the following principles:

1. The reviewer’s assessment should help the author to improve the quality of the publication and help the editor to make a decision about the publishing.

2. If the reviewer does not have enough qualification in this field or he is sure that he will not be able to review the work, he has to inform the editor about it.

3. The author of the publication cannot be a reviewer, as well as his co-workers, scientific advisors or his colleagues.

4. Any manuscripts received for reviewing must be treated as confidential documents. They must not be discussed with others except for those who are authorized by the editor-in-chief.

5. The reviewing should be conducted objectively. Personal criticism of the author is considered inappropriate. Experts have to express their opinions clearly and with supporting arguments.

6. If it is possible, the reviewer should clearly recognize the works published before which are not quoted by the author. The reviewer has to pay the editor’s attention to some similarities of the publication to other works which have been published before. 7. The reviewer should not use the data and information from this publication in his own research. These materials must be kept confidential and not used for personal advantage.

8. If the reviewer has conflicts of interest resulting from competitive, collaborative and other relationships and connections with any of the authors or institutions related to a manuscript under review, he should report this information to the editor-in-chief.

The ethical principles of the editorial board

The editorial board, the publishing house and the members editorial council are responsible for promulgation of authors’ works which follows the necessity of obeying the basic principles:

1. The editor-in-chief while deciding to publish the research articles should be guided with reliable data scientific importance of the work.

2. The editor-in-chief mustn’t have any conflicts of interest according to rejected or accepted articles.

3. The editor-in-chief is responsible for choosing which articles will be accepted to publication and which won’t be. Wherein he is guided with the ethic of the journal and keeps legal restrictions while avoiding libel, copyright infringement and plagiarism. The editor-in-chief can consult with he members of the editorial board and reviewers.

4. The editor-in-chief charges the manuscript according to its scientific importance without reference to the author’s racial, gender, religious, national, civil, origin, social status or political preferences.

5. The editor-in-chief and the members of the editorial board should keep all the information connected with the article and disclose its information nobody except the author (s), nominated or possible reviewer, if necessary to the publisher.

6. Data not published, taken from the sent manuscripts ready to publishing, mustn’t be used by the editor-in-chief, the members of the editorial board, the editorial and publishing group and by members of the editorial council for their person goals or be passed to other persons (without author’s written agreement). .

7. The editor-in-chief mustn’t allow publishing the work if there are good reasons it to be plagiarism.

8. Accepted article to publishing are placed in the public domain with keeping the authors copyrights.

9. Claims concerning the considered and published of the manuscripts shouldn’t leave unanswered by the editor-in-chief as well as by the publisher. While having conflict of interests they must take all the necessary measures to restore the violated rights. When the errors are detected they must promote the publication of corrections and rebuttals.

10. The editor-in-chief, the members of the editorial and publishing group and the members of the editorial board of the journal must provide the reviewers’ names and other information confidentiality. If necessary while inviting a new reviewer the information of the previous ones may be announced.

The ethical principle of the publisher

The publisher is responsible for the promulgation of the authors’ works that’s why he should follow the basic principles and procedures:

1. Promote implementation of the editorial board duties, editorial council, reviewers and authors in accordance with given demands.

2. Support the editorial board to consider ethical claims, to cooperate with other journals or (and) publishing houses, if it facilitates the performance of editorial duties.

3. Provide research work authors’ confidentiality up to its publication.

4. Be aware of non commercial and non-profit making journal activity.

5. Be aware of potential profit of advertisement doesn’t influence publishing making decision.

6. Be ready all the time to publish corrections, explanations, rebuttals and excuses when necessary.

7. Provide the editorial board an opportunity to cut down publications contained plagiarism and unreliable data.

The ethics clause of scientific publication is approved by the editor-in-chief of the journal “Bulletin of Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences”


Periodicity of journal release is 4 times a year.
Release schedule

Number Month of publication
1 March
2 June
3 September
4 December

General requirements for the design of materials provided for publication in the journal:

The content of the article should correspond to the topic, the scientific level of the journal and of scientific interest.

The material proposed for publication should be original, not published earlier in other printed publications. The title of the article should correspond to its content.

The author is responsible for: the repeated publication in the journal of previously published material, and the accuracy of the reproduction of names, citations, formulas.

Author's materials that are accepted for publication:

• scientific (practical) articles;

• scientific reports, analytical articles;

• reviews (review articles, information on scientific events);/p>

• critique.

The volume of the sent material must be at least 15,000 and not more than 35,000 characters, including spaces:

• Microsoft Word editor;

• font Times New Roman;

• size 14 normal,

• text without hyphenation;

• line spacing is 1.5 (computer);

• alignment in width;

• fields of 2 cm on each side

• indention - 1 cm;

• references to the literature are written in square brackets;

• list of references is at the end of the text (included in the total volume of the article);

• The list of literature should be provided both in Russian and in Roman alphabet (Latin alphabet).

The published information in Russian and English should be placed in the same file with the article in the following order:

• title, containing Universal Decimal Classification; title of the article, surname, name, patronymic (abbreviated) of the author / authors;

• after the title of the article the text of annotation and keywords should be in Russian;

• key words – 5-10 words;

• text of the article with the structure that is written below;

• an indication of a grant or government task;

• the captive list of literature is arranged in alphabetical order: first - Russian-language sources, then - in foreign languages; links in the text are registered in square brackets with the reference number in the list and page / pages; the number of reference numbers in the text should correspond to the number of sources; page footnotes are not allowed;

• References - the sources are arranged in a general alphabetical order without numbering: foreign sources are in the original language, Russian sources are in Latin

Footnotes and references are made in accordance with GOST 7.5-2008 (Bibliographic reference) (without a separating shooting gallery). It is mandatory to specify the publisher, as well as the total number of pages in the source and the interval of pages for journal articles and publications in collections.

The number of sources in the reference bibliographic list is no more than 35, including the presence for the last 3-5 years. It is necessary to include links to foreign sources. Self-citation is not welcome and should be limited to the necessary minimum.

All authors of each publication should be specified in both Russian and English sources which are included in the list of references (no more than 3; if there are more authors – etc.).

• at the end of an article in English initials and surname of the author; the title, summary, keywords should be brought.

The manuscripts not accepted in the press are not returned.
Contents and structure of an article

The main contents of research article are formed with adherence for the following structure (whenever possible):

• introduction;

• the statement of a problem, the article’s purpose, the review of scientific literature on a problem;

• methodology and methods of the research;

• results of a research, discussion;

• the conclusion (conclusions according to article purpose, an author's contribution);

• • the reference to a number of a subject of the state task or number of a grant within which article is executed.

Things which are sent by separate files:

• copies of all graphics which is contained in data – drawings, schemes (JPEG TIFF, permission should be not less than 300 dpi) and also formulas and tables; all graphic materials have to be entitled and numbered; the reference in the text on graphic materials is obligatory; names of tables, drawings have to be followed by the translation into English that allows to increase readability of articles for foreign authors;

• the information about the author in Russian and in English, including: surname, name and patronymic, place of work and position, scientific degree and title (with specialty), telephone number, postal code and e-mail address for correspondence. All information should be provided without abbreviations.

There is a request to the authors to send a set of materials in full, otherwise materials are not accepted for publication, they will not be reviewed and returned. /p>

The quality of the content is evaluated by reviewers.

Publication fee is not charged. Articles of post-graduate students are accepted for consideration together with a review of the supervisor (head of the Department).

Royalties to authors are not paid.

Authors will be sent a PDF version of the journal.

Authors are encouraged to subscribe to the journal.

The position of editorial Board may not coincide with the author’s point of view.

The editorial Board reserves the right to edit articles.

Conditions of publication in the journal "Bulletin of the Vladimir State University named after A. G. and N. G. Stoletovs. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences"

1. Scientific-methodical journal "The Bulletin of the Vladimir State University named after A. G. and N. G. Stoletovs. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Science” publishes articles, reviews, and other materials (informational, critical, discussion)./p>

2. Publication frequency: 4 issues per year

3. Articles of post-graduate students and Ph. D. candidates are accepted by the editorial Board for consideration only together with a review (original or scanned copy) of the scientific director or lead specialist in the relevant branch of science certified by the signature and signet of the organization where the reviewer works. The submitted manuscript is sent for review to specialists in this field of research. The articles that have been reviewed are accepted for publication. The decision to publish is made by the editorial Board of the journal on the basis of expert assessments of reviewers with regard to the relevant submissions thematic scope of the journal, their scientific significance and relevance.

4. Manuscript received negative feedback, the decision of the editorial Board rejected. Needs work the article is sent back together with the comments of the reviewer. The author has to take into account all comments and make changes to the electronic version of the text, noting their place, after that the article is returned to the editorial board, where it is reviewed once again. The author should briefly and clearly substantiate his position in case of disagreement with the reviewer.

5. The editorial Board reserves the right to reject without review the articles that do not meet the profile of the journal or issued in violation of the rules.

6. The authors of published articles are responsible for the accuracy of the facts, statistics, proper names and other information, as well as for the content of materials which are not subject to public publication.

7. Articles of postgraduate students are published out of turn taking into account the completeness of the editorial portfolio. Graduate students status must be confirmed by a certificate (the original) about studying in the graduate school / the graduate school, signed by the head of the organization (or Department of postgraduate studies / postgraduate studies) and seal. Without the document the manuscript is not accepted for consideration.

8. Graduate student article is considered to be a scientific study in which he/she is acting as the sole author.

9. The publication is in accordance with the release schedule of the journal in with the deadlines for receipt of materials and their output.


The order of reviewing manuscripts established by the editorial Board of the scientific-methodical journal "Bulletin of the Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N. G. Stoletovs. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences" ("Bulletin VlSU. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences")

1. Each manuscript submitted to the editorial office of the Journal must pass through the procedure of additional review.

2. At the discretion of the authors, when submitting an article to the editorial board of the Journal, an external review may be submitted, which, however, does not exclude the usual order of review. The review is signed by the specialist with the decipherment of the surname, name and patronymic, date stamping, the indication of the academic degree, the academic rank and the position occupied by the reviewer; the signature is certified. An article sent to the editorial office may be accompanied by a letter from the sending organization signed by its head (deputy).

3. The manuscript of a scientific article submitted to the editorial office of the Journal is reviewed by the editor-in-chief for correspondence of the manuscript to the profile of the Journal, the requirements for registration, and sent for peer review.

4. Review is carried out by one or two members of the editorial board of the Journal, having the scientific specialization closest to the topic of the article. The editorial board has the right to involve external reviewers (doctors or candidates of sciences, including practitioners with recognized authority and working in the field of knowledge, to which the contents of the manuscript belong).

5. The review is conducted confidentially. Information about the reviewer is anonymous to the authors and is intended only for the editorial board and the VAK commission.

6. The review should objectively evaluate the scientific article and contain a comprehensive analysis of its scientific and methodological merits and shortcomings. The review is compiled according to the form established by the editorial board or in a free form, with the obligatory use of a number of criteria, including: compliance of the content of the article with the profile and scientific requirements of the journal; clarity of the title of the article; the relevance of the topic presented by the article; the scientific novelty of the formulation of the problem and the effectiveness of its solution; interest in the topic of specialists and a wide range of readers; the importance of ideas, regulations, data, conclusions and recommendations presented in the article for the practice of education; reliance on authoritative sources, scientific literature; correctness of the use of data from empirical studies (including those performed by the author himself); the admissibility of the volume of the manuscript as a whole and its individual elements (text, tables, illustrative material, bibliographic references); the feasibility of placing in the article tables, illustrative material and their correspondence to the selected topic; quality of article design - style, terminology, wording.

7. The final part of the review should contain substantiated conclusions about the manuscript as a whole and a clear recommendation on the appropriateness of its publication in the journal, or on the need for its revision. In the case of a negative evaluation of the manuscript as a whole (recommendation on the inexpediency of publication), the reviewer must justify his conclusions.

8. In case of a non-compliance of the manuscript with one or more criteria, the reviewer points out in the review the need to finalize the article and makes recommendations to the author for improving the manuscript (indicating the author's mistakes and errors).

9. Based on the results of the review, the article may be:

а) accepted for publication

б) sent to the author for revision

An article accepted for publication but in need of revision is sent to the authors with the comments of the reviewer. The authors must make all necessary corrections to the final version of the manuscript and return the corrected text to the editors, as well as its identical electronic version along with the original version and the accompanying reply letter to the reviewer. After the finalization, the article is re-reviewed, and the editorial board decides on the possibility of publication. Articles sent to authors for correction must be returned to the editor not later than 7 calendar days after receipt. The return of the article at a later date changes the date of publication.

в) rejected

It is not allowed to publish articles that are not drawn up in accordance with the requirements of the editorial board, whose authors refuse to update the articles; articles, the authors of which do not fulfill the constructive remarks of the reviewer or do not reasonably refute them.

10. If the author disagrees with the comments of the reviewer, he can apply for a second review or withdraw an article, which is recorded in the registration journal.

11. The decision on whether to publish an article after reviewing is decided by the editor-in-chief and, if necessary, at a meeting of the editorial board on the formation of the next issue of the journal.

12. The editors of the journal do not store manuscripts not accepted for publication. Manuscripts accepted for publication are not returned. Manuscripts that received a negative result from the reviewer are not published and also are not returned to the author.

13. At the request of the author, extracts from the opinions of reviewers can be provided by e-mail.

14. The average time for consideration of articles is 2-3 months. The author is notified on acceptance or non-acceptance of works at his request by e-mail.

15. The editors do not disclose information concerning the manuscript (including information on its receipt, content, review process, reviewers critical remarks and final decision), to anyone other than the authors and reviewers themselves.

16. Not subject to review:

- articles of members of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Education, if the member of the Academy is the only one, or the first of the authors of the publication;

- scientific reports heard at congresses, conferences, etc., as well as resolutions (decisions) of the forums, recommended for publication by members of the editorial board of the Journal and designed in the form of articles;

– interviews and reports from Round tables, Conferences, etc.;

– information, image articles, messages and announcements.


The Journal "Bulletin of Vladimir State University named after A. G. and N. G. Stoletovs. Series: Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences" acts as an information partner for conferences, round tables, seminars of all-Russian and international levels. It is distributed on the territory of the Russian Federation by subscription, it is sent to institutions of higher education, scientific organizations, libraries.

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