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March 11, 2021

"Hell's Kitchen of the Peoples of the World" took place!


On March 3, the Student Council of Dormitories with the volunteer groups of SSUSSE organized the "Hell's Kitchen of the peoples of the World".Students cooked traditional dishes from different countries, presented and tasted them. Besides, the participants had an intellectual quiz, and then the finalists were determined.The final was grandiose; the students had to cook a dish of "random" ingredients in a short time.This event was attended by students of 5 departments. They presented dishes of traditional Slavic, Asian, Caucasian, and other cuisines.

Students shared their impressions:

"It is a very interesting and unusual event. Most of all, I liked the intellectual quiz and the tasting! Thank you for organizing and holding such a delicious and original event. " - Vetoshkina Elizabeth said.

"I was one of the organizers of the event "Hell's Kitchen of the Peoples of the World". Of course, we were pleased with such a large number of participants who demonstrated excellent culinary skills. They presented their national dishes with enthusiasm and creativity. We were also pleasantly surprised by their culinary knowledge - Yevgeny Trushkin said.

"I have recently become a participant of the" Hell's Kitchen of the Peoples of the World". Firstly, there were the cooking dishes and their presentation to the jury. The questions on the quiz were tough but interesting. Unfortunately, I did not make it to the final. It was attended by only 3 students who, in my opinion, were worthy of it. Their task was to cook a dish right on the stage. The dishes were not only delicious but also beautiful. "Hell's Kitchen" is a new and very interesting event. I hope, it will continue to develop and attract more students to participate " - Prokhorova Tatiana said.

"It was one of the most delicious events of this year! Participants presented the most delicious dishes, its recipes were passed on by word of mouth. The children also had to compete for prizes places in the intellectual quiz and improvisational cooking. It was truly "Hell's Kitchen"!" - Ekaterina Voevodina said.



March 10, 2021

XIII International Scientific Conference Artemov Readings "Productive learning: Experience and Prospects"


From February 25 to 27, 2021, the XIII International Scientific Conference Artemov Readings "Productive learning: Experience and Prospects" was organized by the Department of Primary Education, under the leadership of Ph. D., Associate Professor of the Chair of Primary Education Svetlana P. Zubova. Mission of the Conference was to exchange experience in solving current problems of education.

The Conference brought together more than 200 speakers from different cities of Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and Kazakhstan. These are representatives of universities, school teachers, employees of pre-school educational organizations in Samara and Samara Region, students of schools, and kindergartens. During the work of six subpanels, teachers, employees of preschool organizations, and students shared their scientific research results and professional experience.

The subpanel "Innovations in education" was held on February 25. There was a round table discussion of the issues of technology, methods of education, and training in a full-time format. Teachers shared their professional experience in the field of preschool and primary education; the speech of Aitova Yu. V., Belitskaya A.V., Timonina N. G. was distinguished by its novelty and practical significance, the authors paid special attention to "Time choice" technology in kindergarten practice.

On February 26, primary and secondary school students presented their researches. Natalia G. Kochetova, the Dean of the Department of Primary Education, and Lyudmila V. Lysogorova, the Head of the Chair of Primary Education, welcomed the participants.The conference was held online with Microsoft Teams because of the measures for the prevention of spreading the coronavirus infection. Moderators of the subpanels noted that many speeches aroused participants' interest.92 primary and secondary school students took part in the efficient and fruitful work.The younger students touched upon the relevant and significant issues; the reports were distinguished by their practical orientation.Most students are concerned about current problems - how music affects health, how to reduce stress etc. It was very interesting. The reports were distinguished by the scientific nature and the presentation material's high quality. Participants couldn't believe how the time has flown.

Childhood is a time of discovery… We would like to wish young researchers creativity, discoveries, and scientific victories!We express our gratitude to all the organizers and participants of the conference.


February 15, 2021

The Chair of Romance Philology organized the annual Festival of French Cuisine


The famous French cuisine is a UNESCO World Intangible cultural heritage and it preserves centuries-old traditions! In addition, understanding the secrets of French cuisine is one of the ways to study the culture of France.

The purpose of the Festival was to prepare students for cultural and educational work at the school. The main tasks were: to increase the students' motivation to learn French as an object of future work; to develop the creative potential of students; to form a speech and behavioral culture; to develop public speaking and presentation skills.

This bright festival showed that our students are the best. They demonstrated not only their culinary skills, but also they told about amazing dishes and the peculiarities of its cooking.The festival ended with a traditional tasting of gastronomic masterpieces.

Students shared their impressions:

"Such holidays are always inspiring. At the event, we were able to taste French cuisine. In my opinion, getting acquainted with the country and the people begins with the gastronomic traditions. And for us, as future teachers of the French language, it is certainly important! Thank you all!»- Lomakina Maria said.

"Making such pleasant "pauses" and "stops" in the learning process is really great! This event was amazing. I would never have thought that there is such a variety of French dishes. And the most important thing is that all these dishes were cooked by our students. I was once again convinced that our students are the best! - Zinglis Yulia said.



February 5, 2021

Full Professor Elena B. Borisova took part at the International Scientific and Practical Conference organized by Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia


Elena B. Borisova, Doctor of Philology, Full Professor of SSUSSE, took part at the 4th annual International Scientific and Practical Conference «New World. New Language. New Thinking on February 3.

The conference was held in a mixed format. For example, the plenary session attended by members of the organizing committee and heads of subpanels was held offline and conference track attended by speakers was held online at the same time. On the one hand, the online format limited the possibility for speakers' arrival, on the other hand, it provided the possibility for speakers' participation from other cities. Thus, the conference was attended by researchers not only from leading universities in Moscow (they traditionally study various aspects of linguistics, linguoculturology and linguodidactics) but from other Russian universities known for their scientific schools. The speakers were also scientists from near and far abroad - from Argentina to China. Oleg P. Ivanov, Vice-Rector for Scientific Work of the Diplomatic Academy, stressed that, the name of the conference New World. New Language. New Thinking became a conceptual metaphor and the motto of this large-scale event in the current conditions.

During the conference, many topics were actively discussed, for example: the issues of Germanic studies, Ibero-Romance philology, Oriental studies, comparative research of languages of different structures, intercultural communication, theory and practice of translation and linguodidactics in online format. During the subpanels related to linguistics and translation issues, there were robust discussions and interesting questions because of reports on the age-old issues of perception and interpretation of artistic, socio-political text, creative use of the target language by translators.

Elena B. Borisova took part in the subpanel "The Language Picture of the World and Interaction of Cultures. Intercultural Communication". Her speech Minimalist Syntax in Literary Translation was dedicated to the issues of transcreation of attributive phrases in the target language. The analysis has shown that attributive phrases are important language means of both explicit and implicit character characteristics. It was prepared with Anna V. Protchenko, a colleague from Samara Polytech, Associate Professor, a graduate of SSUSSE. Then Elena B. Borisova answered questions about the creative use of language resources in a literary text and in the original language.

As a result of the conference, a scientific collection of materials will be published, indexed in the RSCI. So the issues discussed at the Conference "New World. New Language. New Thinking" will soon be available to both prominent scientists and novice researchers.



January 12, 2021

International Cinema Day at the Department of Foreign Languages


In November, students and teachers of the Department of Foreign Languages decided to celebrate the International Cinema Day. For 125 years, the whole world has been exulting at Lumiere brothers' success. This year, teachers invited senior students to take part in event dedicated to the anniversary of world cinema. Everyone could answer the questions of the movie quiz. Junior and senior year students had the opportunity to shoot an English-language adaptation of famous Russian movies. The participants chose "timeless classics": "Office Romance (Russian: )"," Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears (Russian: ,"," Three from Prostokvashino(Russian: ). Each movie adaptation was unique and memorable! Everything was on a high level: the dialogues translation quality, the acting, visual effects, the work of cameramen and editors, and the sense of humor of the "movie crews". Our students proved to be good professionals!

Congratulations to the winners and participants of "Cinema Day 2020"!

Students' video clips can be found at the link: https://psgaru-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/e_savitskaya_pgsga_ru/EopzK4cyM-hLm1yESEekZvkBL6XgC8Zo2G-NEjgoRUHvAQ?e=TLWgdP



December 30, 2020

Rector congratulates on the upcoming New Year 2021!


Dear colleagues and students!

I wish you a Happy New Year 2021!

These days, each of us reminisces

the brightest moments of the outgoing year and hopes for the best.

I am sure, the coming year will fill our life with happiness and joy, and it will save us from sorrows and troubles

With all my heart, I wish you wonderful and happy holidays!


OlegD. Mochalov,

the Rector of the Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education,

Full Professor, Doctor of Historical Sciences



December 16, 2020

The All-Russian Educational Quest "Follow me Russia", dedicated to the 170th anniversary of the formation of the Samara Province, was held in the SSUSSE in an online format


The organizer of the All-Russian Educational Quest "Follow me Russia", dedicated to the 170th anniversary of the formation of the Samara Province, was the Chair of Psychology and Social Pedagogy (Department of Primary Education). Students of educational organizations of the city of Samara and Samara region took an active part in this Quest.

Svetlana A. Sevenyuk, Head of the Chair of Psychology and Social Pedagogy, in her welcoming speech noted that the idea of the Quest is not new, but this kind of event, based on the local history event, was held for the first time by the organizers.

During the event, participants visited "stations" - historical and cultural significant places of Samara province. On this stations the teams got a brief summary of the place, its history and role in the city development. Then they completed logical and creative tasks. This memory lane would not have been possible without technological development.

One of the stations was dedicated to the period of the Great Patriotic War: the participants learned about the heroes-countrymen who gave their lives for our Motherland and future generations.

Students worked in teams, everyone has tried their best.

The teams were awarded with certificates, and all participants received memorable gifts.



December 9, 2020

Online seminar "International Experience of Certification of Teachers. Influence of international experience on the development of teacher quality assessment in Russia"


Online seminar "International Experience of Certification of Teachers. Influence of international experience on the development of teacher quality assessment in Russia" was held on December 7, 2020. It was attended by head teachers, teachers, as well as students of SSUSSE - future teachers. More than a hundred people took part in the online seminar. The purpose of this event was to form teachers’ holistic view about the features of teacher quality certification abroad and the prospects for the development of teacher quality assessment in the Russian Federation.

Natalia N. Kislova, Vice-rector for Academic Affairs and Quality of Education, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, opened the seminar. She welcomed the participants and stressed that the decision of actual problems of improving the quality of education is impossible without taking into account the world experience in teacher quality assessment.

The key topics of the online seminar were "Teacher Quality Assessment: review and analysis of teacher quality certification in foreign countries" and "Teacher Certification in the United States".

Irina V. Yakobchuk, music teacher of Scuola media Tito Minniti di Montecelio, Italia (Tito Minniti High School in Montecelio, Italy) told about requirements for teacher profession in Italy for the conclusion of a short-term contract with the school.

The seminar ended with Elena V. Kazarina's speech "Teacher Quality Assessment in Russia: Current Practices. A New Procedure is an Independent Assessment of Professional Qualifications." Elena V. Kazarina summarized how international trends in teacher quality certification have an impact on a new procedure entrenchment for independent teacher quality assessment in the Russian Federation.

The recording of the seminar can be found at the link: https://ca.minobr63.ru/index.php/9-novosti/18-7-dekabrya-2020-goda-na-baze-ano-tsok-samarskoj-oblasti-sovmestno-s-samarskim-gosudarstvennym-sotsialno-pedagogicheskim-universitetom-sostoyalsya-onlajn-seminar-po-teme-mezhdunarodnyj-opyt-sertifikatsii-pedagogicheskikh-kadrov-vliyanie-mezhdunarodnogo-opyta-na-razvitie-otsenki-kvalifikatsii-pedagoga-v-rossii



December 9, 2020

Students of the Department of Philology took the first place in the category "Thoroughness and immensity of the historical poetics study" at the II Regional Methodological Theoretical Seminar "Theoretical studies: Historical Poetics"


The Chair of Russian and Foreign Literature and Methods of Teaching Literature of SSUSSE and the Chair of Russian and Foreign Literature and Public Relations of Samara National Research University were the organizers of the II Regional Methodological Theoretical Seminar "Theoretical studies: Historical Poetics". This year, the seminar was organized by Samara National Research University based on the Russian online social media and social networking service VKontakte.

For two months, the university teams conducted meticulous training. The participants had to study the scientific literature on historical poetics; learn about the main directions of studying this topic.

Both teams presentations can be found at the links:

https://vk.com/istpoetika (Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education team)

https://vk.com/sambroitman (Samara National Research University team).

Team leader of SSUSSE was Elena V. Abramovskikh, Doctor of Philology, Professor of the Chair of Russian and Foreign Literature and Methods of Teaching Literature.

Finally, the methodological seminar was held (the record an be found at the link: https://bbb.ssau.ru/playback/presentation/2.0/playback.html?meetingId=316a35e1cb9cb9fa6d571726e8cb779af659ead7-1605954441186 ).

Final meeting had been looking forward by everyone because of a lecture "Historical Poetics" by Nikolai T. Rymar, Professor of the Chair of Russian and Foreign Literature and Public Relations of Samara National Research University. It updated and generalized the problems of studying historical poetics in the modern scientific paradigm.

Then the experts of the seminar told about controversial issues of the scientific discussion. Natalia N. Kislova emphased the high professional level of the event and the "scientific and methodological value of the presentations during this methodological seminar".

SSUSSE team took the first place in the category "Thoroughness and scale of the study of historical poetics". The winner of the contest for the best birthday greetings to Mikhail M. Bakhtin was Elizaveta Olkhovaya, 4th-year student of SSUSSE.

We will look forward to the next meeting of the seminar, which is scheduled to be held in 2021 based on SSUSSE.



December 2, 2020

Students and staff of SSUSSE took part in the international conference "Digital Technology and Scientific Diplomacy"


The forum "Digital Technology and Scientific Diplomacy" was held on 26-27 November on the website of Samara National Research University. The event was organized by Samara regional public organization "World of Youth" within the grant from the Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund.

The event was attended by Natalia N. Kislova, Vice-rector for Educational and Methodological Work and Quality of Education and students of Departments of Foreign Languages, History and Philology.

In the modern world, a huge amount of information is created every minute that is why it's difficult to navigate and adequately to perceive it. The process of global digitalization has repeatedly increased the number of information channels, as well as the speed of message distribution. Nowadays digital technology have become an integral part of human life. It has a global impact on all spheres of life: politics, economy, culture. People often communicate with each other using social networks and instant messaging apps. Therefore, the problem of spreading false information (or fake news) today concerns both mass media and society.

Fake news today can damage the reputation of people, organization and even the country. It can spread panic, disorders, discredit scientific research, and manipulate the markets. That is why the key topics of the conference were the fake information analysis, the study of the impact of fake information on people and society, as well as consideration of approaches to countering its dissemination.

The event was held in panel discussions format. In the central discussion "Anatomy of Fakes", participants learned what post-truth and fake news are, what damage they cause to modern society, how to identify and refute them and how to deal with them. Also examples of disinformation during the election process in the United States and color revolutions in the CIS countries were discussed.

The speakers in this subpanel were: Maria Zakharova (Director of Department of Information and Press of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Pavel Koshkin (Research Officer of Institute for US and Canadian Studies), Konstantin Presnyakov (Head of the Department of Information Technologies and Communications of Samara region), Boris Kuznetsov (Director of the Center for International and Regional Policy), Armi Lopez Garcia (Honorary Consul of the Russian Federation in the Republic of the Philippines) and Dragina Vlk (Deputy of the City Assembly of Belgrade, Serbia).

During the discussion "Fake News as a Threat for Digital Diplomacy", the participants defined the concepts of "digital diplomacy" and "data diplomacy". In addition, they learned about the data sets of Internet users and their role in state politics, as well as about mass disinformation campaigns and the participation of young people in it.

The speakers in this subpanel were: Natalia Tsvetkova (PhD, Professor, Chair of American Studies of Saint Petersburg State University), Sergey Palagin (Director of the Association "National Youth Council of Russia"), Grigory Petushkov (Chairman of the Public Association "National Youth Council of Russia"), Ivan Danilin (Candidate of Political Sciences, Head of Department of Science and Innovation IMEMO RAS, Associate Professor of the Department of Applied International Analysis of MGIMO MFA of Russia), Elena Kondratova (Member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic-Russian Chamber of Commerce).

The panel discussion "Fake under the Microscope" was devoted to scientific and medical fakes. It was discussed by Igor L. Davydkin (Grand PhD in Medical sciences, Full Professor, Vice-rector for Research of Samara State Medical University) and Vitaly Ryzhov (Head of the Department of monitoring of research work of Samara State Medical University), Alexander Panchin (Senior Research Officer at the Institute for Information Transmission Problems named after A. Kharkevich of RAS, Member of the Commission to Combat Pseudoscience) spoke about the imitation of science and the appearance of pseudoscientific articles in reputable scientific journals. Natalia Migacheva (Full Professor of the Chair of Pediatrics of Samara State Medical University) spoke about the spread of false information and myths about vaccination.

During the discussions "National Stereotypes and Fakes" and "Fakes in Social Networks", the participants learned more about the psychological aspect of misinformation about the national stereotypes of people from other countries about Russia, the culinary stereotypes about world cuisine, and how technology made impact on information and how to identify a fake in social networks.

Experts in this section were: Igor Pavlovsky (chief editor of the web-portal DP.RU), Alexey Kupriyanov (Ph. D., researcher of Sector of International Organizations and Global Political Regulation of the Department of International Political Problems of Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO)) and Leonid Gelibterman (member of the Presidium of the Expert Council on Gastronomy Tourism of the World Tourism Organization of the UN), Daria Sokolova (Senior Lecturer of the Chair of New Media and Communication of Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University), Catherine Mizulina (the head of the Association of Market Participants of the Internet Industry "League of Safe Internet"), Daria Chizhova (Head of Informational and Analytical Center of Moscow State University). Compatriots from Spain (Victoria Samoilova, President of the Association for the Development of Russian-Spanish Cooperation) and Romania (Mikhail Davydov, Head of the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Bucharest) spoke about national stereotypes.

The forum ended with a workshop by Oleg Shakirov, Senior Expert at the Center for Advanced Governance, Consultant at PIR Center. At the workshop, participants compiled a check-list about information verification.

Igor Shatrov (Deputy Director of the National Institute for the Development of Modern Ideology) offerered to add "digital hygiene classes" to school curriculum in order to prepare students for adult life and the future information load. After all, fake information appears to a greater extent in social networks that are popular with young people, and appeals to emotions, immediately encourages action, ignoring objectivity and common sense. Therefore, during these classes, students will have to learn to navigate the sources of information, identify fake news and verify incoming information messages.

Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education can support the development of curricula, and the training of educators and child psychologists with expertise in working with information and prevention info-aggression.

At the closing ceremony of the conference, both participants and organizers said that the forum "Digital Technology and Scientific Diplomacy" was informative for them. Dmitry Kamynin (Head of the Inter-commission Working Group on International Cooperation and Public Diplomacy of the Public Chamber of Samara Region) hopes that Samara region will become a center of technological education in Russia.



November 16, 2020


Copernicus Berlin e.V. invites you to the International Excellence Scholarship Program in Berlin

Copernicus Berlin e.V. and the Free University of Berlin and the Humboldt University of Berlin invites students to the International Excellence Scholarship Program (IES) in Berlin for six months.
It is a scholarship program that enables motivated students of the humanities and linguistics to spend a semester abroad in Berlin. You get the chance to deepen your specialist knowledge at the best German universities (HU Berlin, FU Berlin) and to apply theoretical knowledge in practice. During the 6-month stay you will experience German culture up close in a German-speaking host family.

You can find out more about the scholarship program on the website:https://www.copernicusberlin.de/ies



November 6, 2020

The Celebration of Halloween


Halloween is a public holiday celebrated on October 31st. The SSUSSE Joint Student Council of Dormitories prepared an online event.

So, the Student Council of the 4/1 Dormitory could not stay away from the celebration and arranged a traditional screening of a horror film on October 29. However, this year the film screening was held with the help of an online broadcast. Finally, a majority of students votes chose the film Sinister.

Student could plunge into the atmosphere of creepy without leaving their rooms.

A large number of interesting tasks were prepared by the Student Council of the 4/2 Dormitory! During the week, participants disguised as different characters with the help of makeup and their acting talent, performed interactive tasks on the knowledge of the origins and traditions of Halloween. Thus, the SSUSSE Joint Student Council of Dormitories recreated a real quest in online format.

Students from many departments took part in this event. This means that the Joint Student Council of Dormitories is active and it attracts students to participate in events!

All students received prizes: both the winners and, of course, the participants!



November 1, 2020

SSUSSE representatives at the international conference in Kazan


On October 23, 2020, the IX International Scientific and Practical Conference "Art and Art Studies in Intercultural Interaction" was held online at the Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication of Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University platform. The participants discussed the fundamental issues of art history, art studies, and the results of scientific research of Russian and foreign scientists in the field of musicology, theory of fine arts and design, theater studies, linguoculturology,and professional art studies.

The conference gathered participants from Armenia, Bulgaria, India, Spain, Italy, Kazakhstan, China, Portugal, Russia, and the United States. The working languages were Russian and English.

The plenary session included a number of topical speech. The audience was interested in the issues of computerization of Art and Art Studies. The audience got acquainted with effective approaches that allow students to teach music and other disciplines in a high-quality way.

Art history was considered as a humanitarian science at the turn of the XX-XXI centuries. Also some other topics were discussed: the issues of musical education of children with with cognitive deficits; the possibilities of modern art in solving the problems of spiritual and moral education; cognitive studies of art objects perception; an ethno-cultural campaign to art education in cross-cultural interaction; music education today.

Foreign participants told about new aspects of cross-cultural interaction by means of art, modern forms of art studies (Balwant Singh and Manpreet Kaur, India), including the philosophical foundations (Laura Sara Agrati, Italy), as well as the functions of art in the development of creativity of future engineers (Manuel Carlos Felgueiras, Portugal).



October 26, 2020

Walking tour for students of the Department of Foreign Languages


On September 29, first-year students of the Department of Foreign Languages, field of study 44.03.05 Teacher education, enjoyed a walking tour of the city of Samara. This tour was organized and conducted by fifth-year students.

Students of the Department of Foreign Languages visited the historical sites of Samara associated with German culture.

The first German settlements on the territory of the Samara province appeared at the end of the 18th century. 25 000 Germans moved in the Volga region from such principalities as Wurzburg, Baden, Prussia, Bavaria, Saxony because of the invitation of Catherine II on the basis of the Manifesto of December 4, 1762 "On allowing foreigners to settle in Russia and the free return of Russian people who fled abroad". They founded 36 colonies on the territory of Samara region.



October 15, 2020

International Translation Day at the Department of Foreign Languages


On September 24, professionals Ekaterina S. Filatova, a translator-freelancer, specialist in creative translation and Konstantin M. Kalinin, a simultaneous interpreter, freelance translator at Government of the Samara region visited with master classes on the eve of International Translation Day. Third- and fourth-year students of field of study "Linguistics" and teachers of the Chair of English Philology and Intercultural Communication had the opportunity to hear firsthand about the everyday life of a translator, the difficulties and joys of the profession, to be surprised by unexpected situations that Catherine and Konstantin found themselves in, and to admire their courage and endurance. Future translators received information about useful online resources and comprehensive answers to your questions: what are the peculiarities of translating business texts, contracts, business documents; how to deal with translating obscene; what personal qualities can you recognise in yourself a tendency to one or another form of transfer and that, in addition to memory and hearing, should be developed; the main problem for Google and Yandex translators, and can a professional translator rely on them and many other questions. Students left positive feedback about the master class of E. S. Filatova "The Profession of Translator in Questions and Answers" and the master class of K. M. Kalinin " Simultaneous Translation: Myths and Reality:

The meeting was informative. I was very pleased that the speakers maintained informal communication, joked with us, and told stories from their translation practice” – S. Karimova said.

I really enjoyed the meeting, our guests described the work, the difficulties of the translator, and also answered our questions in a very interesting way. Thank them for this! L. Plema said.

"Everyone listened to them. There were funny moments in the presentations, and it was very interesting to hear about life situations, it immediately becomes clear that the experience does not have to be perfect for translator.

This meeting really sorted out many issues that have interested us for several years! We learned all the pros and cons of the profession. Thank you for this meeting so much!" A. Burlakova said.

Students and teachers were very grateful to I. Yu. Yakovleva, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor and A. I. Shamshina, Senior Lecturer, who organized this meeting.

On September 29, Educational and Research Conference of fourth-year students (field of study "Linguistics") dedicated to the International Translation Day was held. This conference was organized and conducted by teachers of the Chair of English Philology and Intercultural Communication: M. A. Kulinich, Doctor of Science in Culturology, Full Professor and T. V. Kosolapova, Associate Professor, Candidate of Philological Sciences.

Students made reports about translation associations in different countries, Bible translations into major European languages, and topics of reports at conferences held by the American Association of translators. The reports were accompanied by presentations. All students noted the topicality and relevance of the main translation principle of Saint Jerome "You need to translate not words, but thoughts."

Students were invited to participate in the literary translation contest, which regularly held by V. Bakanov Translation School, and translate a passage of text, and compliance with some requirements. Many students responded with pleasure and decided to test their knowledge. We wish them good luck!



October 8, 2020

Students of the Department of Foreign Languages had received a Fulbright grant and taught for two semesters in the United States of America


For decades, the Fulbright International Academic Exchange Program has been an opportunity for students to gain not only teaching experience abroad, but also to plunge into the culture of the language they are learning. Olga Fedorova and Denis Gadalin, first-year master's students of the Department of Foreign Languages were able to pass all the stages of selection for the competition of the 2019-2020 academic year and won the program grant.

Olga became an assistant teacher of Russian at Amherst College, Amherst city, Massachusetts state. And Denis was lucky enough to become a teacher of Russian at the University of Utah, Salt Lake city, Utah state. The responsibilities of young people included not only conducting seminars, but also organizing cultural events and weekly conversation clubs.

The Fulbright Grant Program implies that cultural exchange should be conducted in both directions. Olga and Denis participated in the life of the local community, attended cultural events and were active participants in various clubs of interest. In addition, students were able to take part in an International Conference on Teaching Methodology Foreign Languages, which was held in Washington.

The students have returned to their Homeland and now continue their master's studies at the Department of Foreign Languages. They admit that they have received a huge experience in teaching, which motivated them to further development in the professional sphere.



September 28, 2020

Unique concert of Italian music in SSUSSE


On September 24, a unique concert took place in the concert hall of SSUSSE. Piano compositions of Italian composers (Ottorino Respighi, Alfredo Casella, Alessandro Longo, Giuseppe Martucci) were performed at the University stage. Having a sufficient understanding of Italian Symphony and Opera music, we rarely hear piano compositions in concerts. This concert was a gift to all listeners who came to get acquainted with new music for themselves.

Italian music was played in SSUSSE not by accident. Our bachelors students (specialization "Music education") - Olga Ananyeva and Elena Kuzmina were given the opportunity to study at one of the oldest and most prestigious conservatories in the world, the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, within the framework of the international academic mobility program Erasmus+.

Our students were very lucky, because their teacher in Italy was Antonella Lungi, who, as a student at the Conservatory, studied under a student of Maurice Ravel himself. It is an incredible professional luck to learn European music from such a teacher and hear Ravel's own comments! Our students discovered Italian composers, met Italian pianists, listened to a lot of music that Antonella Lungi sent them.

Our students shared their impressions about Italy and Italian culture, about the Conservatory, students and the organization of the learning process, about teachers and Italian music that they discovered. Olya and Lena enthusiastically talked about the masterpieces of world culture that they were able to see with their own eyes about the Uffizi Galleries in Florence, where there are works by Sandro Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Raphael Santi, Giovanno Lorenzo Bernini; about Venice, which was quiet and peaceful without a large crowd of tourists; about St. Peter's Square in the Vatican; the Trevi fountain one of the most beautiful in the world; the Colosseum the main symbol of Rome.

But the center of the concert was, of course, the performance of music. Each piece performed by the students was arranged according to the form and sounded like a finished scene.



September 23, 2020

Semester internship at Anadolu University in Eskisehir (Turkey)


We are third-year student of the Department of Foreign Languages. We were given the opportunity to study at Anadolu University, within the framework of the international academic mobility program.

Expectations for the second semester in Turkey did not let us down. It really started off very bright and promising.

When we arrived there for the second time, we already knew what to do and where to go, so the paperwork process was much faster than in the first semester. The only thing left was to choose the classes and enjoy the city tours for international students again from the organizers of the ESN club.

In the second semester we decided to choose new teachers of our classes, with who were not familiar to us. There was no doubt that all the teachers at Anadolu University were amazing skilled specialists.

We did our teaching practice in one of the private Turkish school Çağfen Koleji", where we received a warm welcome. There we were provided with the program, curriculum, necessary material for training and two groups of elementary school. After watching the classes for two groups, we started teaching the children were very happy with the "foreign teachers", they willingly completed all the tasks and actively participated in various discussions. Everyone was involved.

It is also worth noting that all school employees and teachers were happy to support us. They give advice and help us to establish contact with children. The practice at the Turkish school not only made us more competent in teaching English, but also brought a lot of bright impressions and emotions from communicating with such wonderful students.

Unfortunately, our teaching practice and training at the University had to stop abruptly. Due to the current situation in the world, the authorities had to stop classes in all educational institutions, including universities. However, due to the good technical equipment of the University and the unity of teachers, we were quickly transferred to online training. Teachers not only gave online lectures, but also created various classes for our program on the Canvas platform. The training process was adapted to the online format as much as possible. Everything was accessible and simple. The exams were online too.

With the onset of summer, the quarantine measures were reduced, and we finally had the opportunity to travel in Turkey. Russian cuisine was the first place where we went. Warm Sunny Alanya is like a small Russia signs and store names in Russian, a large percentage of Russian residents, and of course restaurants with real Russian cuisine. Then, we could easily reach other resorts and enjoy the beautiful Turkish nature, its views and unique landscapes. Thus, we visited Antalya, Kash, Side and other equally amazing places.

Despite the difficulties that arose during the second semester in Turkey, this trip turned out to be special in its own way, and, undoubtedly, unique, filled with new impressions and emotions. We will never again remember with this year, which we spent in a country with a rich culture and history, being surrounded by the most interesting people from different countries.

Olga Mukhatayeva and Anastasia Serikova

Fourth-year students of the Department of Foreign Languages



September 23, 2020

Students of the Department of Culture and Art (specialization "Fine arts") took part in the interactive open-air Museum "The Road of History Our Victory"


On September 3, a unique project an interactive open air Museum "The Road of History-Our Victory" - started working on Kuibyshev Square. From 3 to 14 September, one of the largest squares in Europe turned into a single memorial space that combines the pain, heroism and triumph of the war time.

Kuibyshev Square was divided into 5 thematic zones.
1. The "Tomorrow was war" zone was dedicated to the pre-war period.

2. The "Get up, the country is huge! zone told about the beginning of the war.

3.The "Here the rear was the front!" zone told about the military everyday life of the Reserve capital, factories and industries that were formed during the great Patriotic war in Kuibyshev (Samara).

4.The "We can't forget these roads! zone helped the audience to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of war, to visit the dugout shelter, the hospital, on the parapet.

5. The exhibition "The last battle, it is the most difficult" is dedicated to the liberation movement of the Soviet troops, the triumphant Victory over the enemy and the return of the winners to their Homeland.

The interactive Museum was accompanied by experienced guides and performances by artists. Second-year students (specialization "Fine arts") under the guidance of T. V. Krasnoshchekova, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Professor, Head of the Chair of Fine Arts and Decorative Applied Art, K. G. Repina, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Chair of Fine Arts and Decorative Applied Art and M. F. Prokudina, Vice-dean of the Department of Culture and Art for educational work took an active part in the work of the Museum. Our students were able to demonstrate that creative life during the war did not stop either in the rear or at the front.

There were Interactive Museum, thematic workshops, exhibition of rigs, performances of creative teams here you can not just see the history, but in the literal sense, touch it with your hands!



September 15, 2020

Impressions of mobility programme "Erasmus+" at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia (Rome, Italy)

"You fall in love with Rome very slowly,

step by step and for the rest of your life

N. V. Gogol

From March to August 2020, we completed mobility programme "Erasmus+" at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome (Italy). We got such a great opportunity thanks to our University and, especially, Dean Alla Gokina, who always supported us. We sincerely thank You for your concern and understanding. The International Office, in particular, Valeria V. Bondareva and Elena A. Ermakova, provided great assistance in organizing the trip. We are very grateful to our piano teacher, Natalia A. Frolova, Professor of the Chair of Music Education of SSUSSE, for her help, for the responsiveness of Your soul and the kindness of Your heart.

The education system in Europe is different from ours. Each student can create an individual schedule based on the classes he is interested in. The teachers of the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia were helpful people, helped us with any questions and introduced us to Italian culture.

The Conservatory has several buildings equipped with good grand pianos, and there is also a huge old library with rare copies of books and music manuscripts. Many classes for self-training musicians contribute to learning. Each building has its own courtyard.

However, due to the quarantine and the escalating situation in the world related to covid-19, we were not able to fully immerse ourselves in training in such a beautiful place. We brgin to study online. Classes were held online via Skype and Zoom. Italians are optimistic, they never discouraged, and find ways to have fun and productive, essentially to conduct classes. We were very lucky, because our piano teacher was Professor Antonella Lungi, who studied with a student of Maurice Ravel. Many of the techniques, that she showed, came directly from the great French composer! For us, it was an invaluable experience of learning European music and performing secrets. Our repertoire includes new works by Italian composers, which we worked on with interest.

In June, an online concert was held, which was attended by all students of our teacher. This performance was the first for all participants. The concert was very interesting each pianist represented their country and demonstrated their performing style. Everyone was very worried about each other and after each performance there was applause and "Bravo" sounded.

We remember how people supported each other during the quarantine. For two months, we listened to their songs from the balcony. Popular music was replaced by arias from operas by Verdi, Puccini and Mozart.

In May, after coming out of self-isolation, we were able to enjoy the beauty of the eternal city. The pandemic gave us a rare, and probably the only, opportunity to see the empty Trevi fountain, the silent Colosseum that keeps its history, deserted Venice with its beautiful, crystal-clear channels and insanely hot majestic Florence.

Michelangelo's Pieta, the Sistine Chapel, Sandro Botticelli's the Birth of Venus, Caravaggio's Medusa are just a small part of what we saw. I would like to note that you don't have to go to museums to enjoy art. It's everywhere. The fountain of 4 rivers in piazza Navona and piazza San Petro by master Bernini, the amazing beauty of the gardens of Villa Borghese, the mighty Vatican and much more.

Despite the situation, our impressions remained positive. We are very happy that we were given the opportunity to participate in the academic exchange program at the international level.

Elena Kuzmina, first-year student of the Department of Culture and Art

Olga Ananyeva, second-year student of the Department of Culture and Art



July 26, 2020

The Association of Translation Teachers organized online meetings with professional translators, which were attended by students of the Department of Foreign Languages

Students of the Department of Foreign Languages regularly and with interest develop their future professional and supra-professional qualities. So, within the framework of open lectures and master classes with well-known specialists in the field of translation and translation studies, practical translators and representatives of translation companies, Alena M. Klyushina, Associate Professor of the Chair of English Philology and Intercultural Communication, member and ambassador of the Association of Translation Teachers, organized several online meetings of senior students of the field of study 45.03.02 Linguistics (specialization "Translation and Translation Studies") and 41.03.01 Foreign Regional Studies (specialization" Regions of Europe") with well-known translators. All events were held on the channel of the Association of Translation Teachers on the platform pruffme.com.

Online meeting What should a translator do today? of Irina S. Alekseeva, the founder and director of the Saint Petersburg Higher School of Translation, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Professor of the Chair of Translation of the Herzen State Pedagogical University, interpreter and translator. It was devoted to the peculiarities of the work of a translator. Irina S. Alekseeva shared advice and recommendations on finding a job for translators and ways to improve their translation skills.

An online meeting with Dmitry I. Troitsky, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor of Tula State University, Technical Translator, Director of the TTS Translation and Software Development Agency "Translation of Specialized Texts: the Red Light of the Translator" was also very interesting for students of the Department of Foreign Languages. The students learned about the features of technical translation and the rules for transferring terminology when translating specialized texts.

Yulia S. Kiula, the Head of the St. Petersburg branch of Janus Worldwilde and Head of the EDGE Department, held an online meeting "Trends in the Translation Market and How a Young Specialist Can Find His Place in It". She told about her translation experience, revealed the secrets of correctly filling out a curriculum vitae when applying for a job as a translator, and elaborated on the conditions of a successful interview.

The online meeting "Independent Work with Potential: Roads, Keys, Secret Doors" was dedicated to self-education of the translator. Marklen E. Konurbaev, an interpreter and translator, Doctor of Philology, Professor at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Creator of the International Competition of Interpreters COSINES Pi, told students how important it is to develop language and translation skills on their own every day.

Students of the Department of Foreign Languages also attended an online meeting "How to Quickly and Effectively Make Medical Translation". The guest of the online event was Ekaterina P. Chashnikova, pharmacist, translator, teacher of the course of pharmacology for medical translators. Medical translation became the most relevant and most popular in the spring of 2020, so students were interested in communicating with the guest of the meeting and asked questions.

Students of the Department of Foreign Languages enjoyed attending such events; It have become a good tradition in the 2nd semester of 2019-2020. Children get inspired at such online events, gain new knowledge necessary for their future translation activities, and actively ask questions about translation practice and the possibility of training the necessary professional skills. Translation teachers and future translators are sincerely grateful to the Association of Translation Teachers for such a great opportunity!



July 13, 2020

Cultural event "The English Annual Creative Contest of English Literature Dramatization 2020"at the Department of Foreign Languages


Such events are aimed at consolidating and activating the material studied in the disciplines of "Practical Phonetics" and "Foreign Language", developing students' cognitive and creative abilities and increasing their motivation to learn English. Moreover, the competition was a logical and successful completion of the student's academic practice (speech practice).

The competition was attended by first-year students (field of study 44.03.05 Pedagogical education (specialization: "English" and "Foreign language")).

For the first time, the competition was held online using distance learning technologies, including video conferencing (based on Microsoft Teams). Despite the new format of the competition of this scale, everything was perfect.

First-year students presented dramatizations of works in English using scenery, demonstrating the level of language proficiency along with creative potential and creative abilities.

Rinata V. Kazantseva (Assistant of the Chair of English and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages) was the organizator of the event. The jury consisted of teachers of the Chair: Associate Professor I. V. Drachuk, Senior Lecturer L. I. Vlasova, Senior Lecturer O. A. Tyurina, Assistant R. V. Kazantseva.

At the end of the competition, participants were awarded. Moreover, each student was able to feel like a jury, making a choice in favor of their favorite performance through online voting.


June 18, 2020

Participation in the International Scientific Conference "Organization of Scientific Research in Modern Conditions 2020" (USA)


In May 2020, Professor E. P. Ivanyan and masters degree student P. S. Ivanova took part in the International Scientific Conference "Organization of Scientific Research in Modern Conditions 2020" (USA), which was held online from May 14 to 15 for 6 hours.

The conference was held with the scientific support of Moscow State University of Railway Engineering, Ukrainian National Academy of Railway Transport, State Research and Development Institute of the Merchant, Marine of Ukraine, Lugansk State Medical University, Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Alecu Russo State University, Institute of Water Problems and Land Reclamation of the National Academy of Agrarian Sciences, Odessa Research Institute of Communications, together ISE & E SWorld.

The Organizing Committee consisted of:

Chairman - A.G. Shibaev, Academician, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor;

Scientific Secretary S. V. Kuprienko, Candidate of Technical Sciences;

Members of the Organizing Committee - more than 160 Doctors of Science in all areas of the Symposium.

On May 14, reports on the following fields were listened to: innovative engineering, technology and industry; computer science, cybernetics and automation; security systems in the modern world; development of transport and transport systems; physical and mathematical sciences; chemistry and pharmaceuticals; medicine and healthcare; biology and ecology; agriculture, forestry, fisheries and water management; economics and trade; management and marketing; tourism and recreation; education and pedagogy; physical education and sports; psychology and sociology; philosophy; philology, linguistics and literary studies; legal and political sciences; history; history of art and culture.

Professor E. P. Ivanyan and masters degree students P. S. Ivanova presented " Semantic Features of Constructing Series of Comparisons in a Literary Text " in the field of study "Philology, Linguistics and Literary Studies". The report was considered the semantic features of the construction of a series of comparisons, analyzed a series of comparisons on elements and semantic spheres: "Man", "Animal", "Nature", "Object", "Abstraction", "Action" in the works of Z. Prilepina and N. Abgaryan; quantitative and qualitative features of semantic spheres in the series of comparisons are revealed.

On May 15, the Annual Scientific and Practical Conference was closed: the results were summed up and recommendations were made for publishing materials in the conference proceedings.

The Conference program can be found here: https://www.sworld.com.ua/konferus02/prog-us2.pdf

The Conference proceedings can be found here: https://www.sworld.com.ua/konferus02/sbor-us2.pdf

An archive of the conference: https://www.sworld.com.ua/index.php/conference/conference-us/material-ge-conferences/archives-of-individual-conferences/may-usa-2020



June 3, 2020

The monograph of the Associate Professor of the the Chair of foreign languages is presented at the International Exhibition-presentation


The monograph of the Associate Professor of the the Chair of foreign languages S.A.Sroykov "Linguopragmatics of the English Language Electronic Hypertext" (2018) was selected by the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RANS) and presented by the Organizing Committee of Anniversary XLV International Exhibition-presentation of Scientific, Educational, Methodical and Fiction Literature, taking into account the novelty, relevance, scientific and pedagogical significance.



June 2, 2020

Full Professor Elena B. Borisova took part at the International Conference in St. Petersburg in online mode


On May 29-30, the XI International Scientific Conference "Translation. Language. Culture" was held. Elena B. Borisova, Doctor of Philology, Full Professor of SSUSSE, took part in it.

The conference was held in video conference platform Zoom.

The speakers presented reports about various topical aspects of the theory and practice of translation, modern cognitive-discursive research, intercultural communication in a changing world, and interpretation of literary text based on the material of different languages.

Elena B. Borisova made a plenary report on the analysis of the character's speech part as one of the aspects of the embodiment of his integral image in the modern English novel.

All the presented reports caused a lively discussion, participants not only asking questions, but also expressing their own opinions.

The texts of the reports are included in the conference proceedings, which will be published in electronic and traditional print formats, at the e-library portal.



May 29, 2020

XVII International scientific and practical video conference "Science and Culture of Russia


On May 27, 2020 on the basis of the electronic information-educational environment of the Samara State University of Railway Transport held a meeting of the section of the XVII International scientific-practical video conference "Science and Culture of Russia", chaired by L. P. Lunyova, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Full Professor. The forum was attended by scientists representing Russian scientific schools (Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Samara, Ryazan, Tula, etc.). They discussed topical issues of Russian linguistics and literary studies, as well as trends in modern philological education.

Yu. A. Belkina, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Chair of Russian Language and Culture of Speech of SSUSSE, has greeted the participants of the international conference. Academic staff of SSUSSE: E. P. Ivanyan, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Full Professor and I. V. Gurova , Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the the Chair of Preschool Education, made a report "Experience of the "Laboratories of Linguistic Meanings" in SSUSSE". Full Professor E. P. Ivanyan spoke: about the goals and objectives of the laboratory that operates at the Department of Philology and Department of Primary Education; about the main forms and field of work; and highlighted in detail the organization of research activities of students on the platform of the "Virtual Museum of Samara linguistic School". The speaker emphasized the importance of holding Regional and International Inter-University competitions within the framework of Cycle of Scientific Events "Laboratory of Linguistic Meanings". Associate Professor I. V. Gurova presented the experience of holding an International Recitation Competition, which involves students from Russia, Kazakhstan, Poland, and Turkmenistan.

The format of this competition is in demand in the context of distance learning. P. S. Ivanova, Masters degree student of the Chair of Russian Language and Culture of Speech, shared with the conference participants the actual problem of studying corporate semantics in higher education (together with Prof. Ivanyan). The speakers thanked the forum organizers for the opportunity to discuss the results of their research.



May 29, 2020

"Remember! Through the centuries, through the years-remember!"


In honor of the celebration of the great holiday-May 9, the Department of Foreign Languages held an event dedicated to the 75th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

Students of the Department of Foreign Languages together with Olga M. Adaeva, Associate Professor of the Chair of English and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages, watched the films "Stalingrad "(directed by F. Bondarchuk, 2013) and "Stalingrad" (directed by Yu. Ozerov, 1990), and then exchanged their impressions via videoconference.

"...such films help to tell the younger generation about the war and the importance of Victory...unfortunately, we can no longer learn everything "firsthand" Alina Kargina said.

The discussion of war films took place in a lively form, because in the questions such issues as: the view of the war and the attitude to the contribution of each person to the victory in Soviet and post-Soviet military cinema; the place and role of love in wartime and its impact on the morale of our soldiers were touched upon. Students told about which of the characters of the films is close to them and explained their choice. Finally, each student described the most emotional moment in "Stalingrad", the episode that touched her/him "to the quick".

"Another positive feature of the film… The Director does not try to show Soviet soldiers as perfect soldiers. Also he does not try to make their opponents look completely negative"Ekaterina Salahova said.

"...without love, it would be pointless to fight, because people fought for their families, relatives (love for parents, children, relatives, neighbors, friends, classmates, teachers, acquaintances, strangers, and all together - for the Motherland, for descendants, for ancestors, for history)" Svetlana Korneeva said.

"...I could not watch the episode when German soldiers and officers burned alive a Jewish family a mother and a little daughter without pain in my heart and tears in my eyes... and captain Gromov shot to kill HIS own with a sniper rifle through a "live" fence built by the Nazis from Soviet children to save the burning alive from truly hellish suffering… Olga M. Adaeva said.

At the end of the discussion, participants were pleased to hear the final words of the curator: "I am proud that our students understand the importance of preserving the memory of the exploits of our people in 1941-1945."

News was prepared by the students of Department of Foreign Languages

Ekaterina Salahova and Svetlana Korneeva



May 17, 2020

Full Professor Elena B. Borisova took part at an on-line International conference


On May 15, the II International Scientific and Practical Conference "Linguodidactics in a Non-linguistic University: Traditional and Innovative Approaches" was held in Yaroslavl State Technical University. This conference was attended by Elena B. Borisova, Doctor of Philology, Full Professor of SSUSSE.

The conference was hold on the Microsoft Teams platform. It gave a unique opportunity for participants from different cities of Russia, near and far abroad to make presentations in real time, as well as actively communicate to each other in online mode.

At the plenary session and during the sessions, topical issues of translation theory and practice, foreign language teaching, intercultural communication, the use of information technologies and multimedia in teaching foreign languages and translation in the new reality were discussed.

Elena B. Borisova made a plenary report "on the Issues of Teaching English to Business Communication and Translating Official Business Documents". This report was prepared with Anna V. Protchenko, a colleague from Samara State Technical University, a graduate of SSUSSE and Deputy Director of the Center for Professional Retraining of SSTU.

Participation in such scientific conference in an unusual format was no less interesting and useful.

Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education has been actively using the Microsoft Teams platform. That's why Elena B. Borisova was successfully connected to the meeting and actively participated in the conference in Yaroslavl.



April 29, 2020

Cooperation of the Department of Foreign Languages with the Union of Translators of Russia


April 25, 2020 the Board of the Union of Translators of Russia decided to accept Alyona M. Klyushina as a member of the Union of Translators of Russia.

The all-Russian public organization "Union of Translators of Russia" was established in 1991 to unite Russian translators on the basis of their professional and creative interests in order to promote the formation of a professional translation community in Russia, develop the main directions for the development of translation in Russia, increase the prestige and social significance of the translation profession as an integral part of national history, culture, literature, science, and protect the social, legal, economic, and professional rights and interests of translators, promotion of their creativity in the country and abroad.

Union of Translators of Russia (UTR) is a member of the International Federation of Translators (IFT) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) of the Russian Federation.

Thus, the Department of Foreign Languages has two members of the Union of Translators of Russia, because the Head of Chair of German Alexey L. Feshin heads the Samara Regional Organization of the UTR.

Membership of academic staff in professionals unions indicates about high reputation and is one of the indicators for passing professional and public accreditation of the main professional educational programs.

We congratulate Alyona M. Klyushina and hope for a long and effective cooperation with the Union of Translators of Russia.



April 27, 2020

Victory of a student of the Department of Foreign Languages in the International Student Research Competition


On April 20, 2020 Anna A. Kovorzanova (fourth-year student of the Department of Foreign Languages of the field of study 45.03.02 Linguistics, specialization "Translation and translation studies") took part in the XIII International Research Competition "Achievements of University Science 2020" with the scientific work "Features of the Use of English-Speaking Youth Slang", performed under the guidance of Alyona M. Klyushina, Associate Professor of the the Chair of English Philology and Intercultural Communication.

According to the results of the competition, Anna's scientific work was recognized as the best. A. A. Kovorzanova took 1st place in the section "Philological Sciences" and was awarded a diploma of the winner.



April 23, 2020

Students of Department of Foreign Languages are winners of the International competition

In March, the IV international competition of research works of students, undergraduates and postgraduates "In the World of Science: Questions of Philology, Linguodidactics and Translation Studies" was held on the basis of "Chuvash State Pedagogical University named after I. Ya. Yakovlev", which was attended by Marina Efanova and Anastasia Orlova, students of the Department of foreign languages.

M. Efanova and A. Orlova are studying for a master's degree program "Theory and Practice of Intercultural Communication and are actively engaged in scientific work. They submitted works on philological analysis of the text and translation, performed under the guidance of Elena V. Guseva, Associate Professor of the Chair of English and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages, Candidate of Philological Sciences.

Participation was successful: both undergraduates became prize-winners, having received diplomas of the 3rd degree. This success is not the first for the Department our student A. Maloletko also became a diploma winner of the III International Competition at this University last year.

We congratulate Marina and Anastasia and believe that such a successful participation will become a good tradition.



March 13, 2020

XXV Annual International Scientific and Practical Conference

"Teaching Languages for a Better World in the 21st Century"


On March 10 and 11, 2020, the XXV annual international scientific and practical conference "Teaching Languages for a Better World in the 21st Century" was held, which was dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Department of foreign languages and professional communication of Samara University.

Experts from leading Russian and foreign educational universities spoke about current trends in the field of pedagogy.

The main goal of the conference was to promote continuous improvement of the quality of foreign language teaching in Russia.

During this conference the Senior Lecturer ofThe Chair of English and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages E. Yu. Ostashevskaya made a report on the topic: "Psychological, Pedagogical and Technical Features of Teaching People with Disabilities a Foreign Language at Universities".

The report was devoted to the specifics and features of inclusive education in teaching a foreign language. The adaptation of training, equipment of the University with technical means, as well as ways to create a comfortable psychological microclimate in the team were considered.



March 12, 2020

Students of the Department of Foreign Languages took part in academic mobility program in France


We took part in academic mobility program at The University of Angers (France) The University surprised us with the variety of educational programs: each student could make their own schedule based on the subjects they were interested in. We are students of the Department of Foreign Languages, that's why we have chosen subjects taught in English and French. Foreign languages at this University are taught by native speakers who have high qualifications, so every lesson was like a holiday for us, and we did not miss a single lecture or seminar.

The schedule was very unusual for a Russian student, because there were no more than three subjects per day, so most of the day was free. Each subject took 1-2 hours a week, so homework was given out in a enormous but optimal scope.

Each student had access to a large University library; more over, each department has its own small library. In addition, the University had all the necessary equipment for classes, there were laboratories for research and separate zones allocated for independent work of students in comfortable conditions.

In general, our impressions of the trip and acquaintance with France are positive. We are glad that we were able to experience the principles of European education, which is significantly different from education in Russia. But most importantly, we got to know other international students who came from different parts of the world, and this acquaintance was the most memorable and vivid part of our trip.



February 26, 2020

XII International Scientific Conference Artemov Readings "Productive learning: Experience and Prospects"


From February 20 to 22, 2020, the XII International Scientific Conference Artemov readings "Productive learning" was held at the Department of Primary Education: Experience and Prospects. Mission of the Conference were to exchange of experience in solving current problems of education.

Coordinated work of the Conference was provided by the Organizing Committee, under the leadership of Ph. D., Associate Professor of the Chair of Primary Education Svetlana P. Zubova.

The Conference brought together more than 300 speakers from different cities of Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and Kazakhstan. These are representatives of universities, school teachers, employees of pre-school educational organizations in Samara and Samara Region, students of schools and kindergartens.

On 20 February, at the plenary session with welcoming speech to the guests of the Conference were welcomed by the Dean of the Department of Primary Education of SSUSSE Natalia Kochetova; Chairman of the Organizing Committee Ph. D., Associate Professor of the Chair of Primary Education Svetlana P. Zubova; Ph. D., Associate Professor of the Chair of Humanitarian Education and Educational Technologies of Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia Olga V. Sheremetyeva; Ph. D., Professor of the Chair of Psychology and Social Pedagogy of SSUSSE Mikhail D. Goryachev; Ph. D., Associate Professor of the Chair of Preschool Education of SSUSSE Larisa Yu. Kalinina.

In the afternoon, the Conference continued its work with discussions, where teachers of schools and employees of preschool organizations shared their scientific research results and professional experience.

The section "Innovative technologies for organizing extracurricular activities in general education facilities" was met with a great interest from the speakers. Moderator of the section Ph. D., Associate Professor of the Chair of Primary Education of SSUSSE Galina A. Zobnina with fourth-year students prepared and conducted seminars on topics: "Effective forms of organization of extracurricular activities", "Modern IT technologies as a resource of extracurricular activities", "Socialization of students during extracurricular activities". Teachers of School 176 shared their impressions of the seminar.

"Attending the seminar Modern IT-technologie as a resource for extracurricular activities" helped us, primary school teachers, to expand our knowledge of how to conduct interesting and maximally beneficial extracurricular activities for children.

Students demonstrated excellent knowledge of IT technologies. We introduced students to new applications that can develop students in a comprehensive way. Teachers became active participants in interesting and useful master classes. They tried themselves as a designer when creating a 3D model of the house, learned about the existence of new quests and the possibility of using them in working with students and, most importantly, with families. Special attention was paid to the pupils' safety in the Internet.

It should be noted the high quality of the speakers, their well-bred speech and general knowledge. We want to say special thanks to the moderator of this event, Galina A. Zobnina, for creating a pleasant, friendly atmosphere in which the seminar was held."

Teachers of School 12 also wanted to say some words about the Conference.

"Teachers should use IT technologies in their work, as well as in the management of the educational process.

The fourth-year students told us about modern IT technologies and how they can be implemented in extracurricular activities. After each performance, we were given practical tasks, where we performed them as pupils. During performing practical tasks, the students came to the rescue, if any teacher had questions.

We liked the methodological seminar, first of all, for its organization and, of course, the information provided. We would love to attend more such training seminars!

"I would like to express my gratitude to the organizers and speakers of this seminar. Everything were taken into account and logically built. Students told us about new, interesting, modern and effective IT technologies used in extracurricular activities, which I plan to use in my future work. As a young teacher, it was very useful and important for me to attend this event. Sometimes you should learn from students, as they possess the knowledge and skills that are particularly relevant and in demand today in school education.

On the same day, a Methodical coworking "Modern forms of organizing educational activities with preschool children" was held on the basis of the pre-School Department "Umka"of the School 176 in Samara. The moderator of the section, head of the pre-school Department "Umka" Natalia M. Vishnevskaya and her colleagues from other kindergartens shared their pedagogical experience, discussed current problems of modern pre-school education.

Students of the 4th year of the Department of Primary Education shared their impressions.

"We want to express our gratitude to the staff of the Umka kindergarten for their hospitality, interesting and useful performances of teachers. The following reports aroused great interest among the audience: "Innovative approaches to the organization of the educational process in kindergartens", "Effective methods of developing critical thinking of preschoolers (practical work in groups "Sinquain-technology"), "Theater art in the development of creative abilities of preschoolers". This experience will definitely be useful for us in our future work."

On February 21, on the basis of the pre-School Department "Umka"of the School No. 176 in Samara, the section "World of discoveries" worked, where preschoolers made their first scientific steps under the leadership of their teachers. The moderators of this direction were Natalia M. Vishnevskaya, head of the pre-School Department "Umka"of the School No. 176 and others. Not for the first year, this kindergarten is happy to meet students from different pre-school organizations of Samara. The experts of the reports were: Ph. D., Associate Professor of the Department of Humanitarian Education and Pedagogical Technologies of Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia Olga V. Sheremetyeva, head of the Department of primary education Lyudmila V. Lysogorova.

On February 21, were held round table discussions " Organization of Project Activities of Schoolchildren: from First Graders to Graduates" has aroused the interest Irina V. Lekah's report "Fundamentals of Management Research and Project Activities of Students" experience of organization of project and research activities of School 176: Deputy Director Olga E. Parodnova, the teacher of primary school teacher Natalia A. Vlasovec, Deputy Director Mariya V. Mukhortova.

On February 22, primary and secondary school students presented their projects. At 10.00 in the Conference hall of SSUSSE, the opening ceremony and greeting of the event speakers took place. Students of the Department of Primary Education greeted the guests with an energetic dance, warm wishes and a song. The Dean of the Department Natalia G. Kochetova and the Head of the Department of Primary Education Lyudmila V. Lysogorova said their parting words.

The young researchers presented their reports in a friendly atmosphere. Moderators of the sections noted that many works aroused interest from the speakers of the Conference.

We express our gratitude to all the organizers and speakers of the Conference.



February 27, 2020

Students of the Department of Primary Education took part in the celebration of "Wide pancake carnival (Maslenitsa)"


Today, not only students but also teachers of SSUSSE celebrated the old Russian folk holiday Maslenitsa. Vocal performances and playing Russian folk musical instruments such as the balalaika and accordion created a special atmosphere. There were also traditional treats-pancakes, pies, and sweets. The students sang songs, danced, participated in sports and fun games and quests!

Yulia Pupynina, first-year student of SSUSSE:

"I am very happy that today I was a participant of this event! Here it is-a sense of celebration! Many thanks to the organizers, they are great fellows, everything was perfectly organized. It was fun and delicious!

Alina Valieva, fourth-year student of the Department of Primary Education, organizer of the event:

"We tried very hard for our students. We wanted that event would be interesting and joyful. When we saw the activity and burning eyes of the students, we realized that we did a great job!


February 20, 2020

Foreign students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography visited Ganyushin Museum of SSUSSE History



Ganyushin Museum of SSUSSE History held a excursion for foreign students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography. The lecturer was the Director of the Museum N. I. Pavlova. The organizers were the Vice-dean of Educational Work N. V. Lapteva, curator of students Ph. D., Associate Professor N. N. Sazonova and Dean of the Department of Natural Science and Geography I. V. Kazantsev.

The students listened with great attention N. I. Pavlova, who spoke about the history of the University, on the contribution of employees and students of the University in the Great Victory of the Soviet people over fascism, the end of the meeting the participants watched a film about the history of the University.



February 19, 2020

V international scientific and practical conference " Biological and Environmental Education of Students and Pupils: current problems and solutions"


On February 7-8, the V international scientific and practical conference " Biological and Environmental Education of Students and Pupils: Current Problems and Solutions" was held at the Department of Natural Science and Geography of SSSUSSE. The conference was organized by the The Chair of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods of Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education together with the Institute of Biology and Chemistry of Moscow Pedagogical State University , as well as the Methodical Association of Biology Teachers of the Samara Region.

The conference is dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the birth of Professor V. M. Astafiev (1939-2017), a famous researcher of ants in the Middle Volga Region, an ecologist and methodologist. More than 150 people took part in the conference. These are representatives from various cities and localities in Russia - from Kaliningrad to Ussuriysk, from Murmansk to Stavropol, as well as from Uzbekistan. Tashkent), Ukraine ( Melitopol) and Japan ( Tokyo).

The head of the research Department of the SSUSSE, D. V. Ivanov, Dean of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, I. V. Kazantsev, Professor T. M. Nosova, and head of the Department, A. A. Semenov, presented their greetings to the participants of the conference.

Reports on the issues of biological and environmental education of students were heard at the conference. The Conference was attended by the developers of tasks of all-Russian Verification Works, State Final Certification and the Unified State Examination in biology, Mazyarkina T. V. and Rokhlov V. S.( Moscow). Based on the results, a book of conference papers was published.

During the conference, employees of the Chair of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods (Associate Professor Mitroshenkova A. E., Associate Professor Ilina V. N., Head of the Chair Semenov A.A.) was presented some publications of the Chair in recent years. Special attention was paid to teaching AIDS containing guidelines and local history papers. More than 40 publications were presented at the exhibition. Mitroshenkova A. E. and Ilina V. N provided advice to teachers of biology and ecology when getting acquainted with the publications of the Chair. Also, book publishers were invited with collections of versions of previous years and methodological recommendations.




February 13, 2020

Students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT took part in a career guidance meeting with representatives of employers from the Republic of Tatarstan


A career guidance meeting was held between students of SSUSSE, including students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT, and representatives of employers from educational institutions of the Republic of Tatarstan. Fourth-year students became active participants of this meeting, as they will soon face a question: "Which educational organization should I go to work for?

In order to make it easier for them to decide on their future place of work, our University regularly organizes meetings of potential employers with students, where you can find out all the "pros" and "cons" of working in a particular organization. So, guests from the city of Almetyevsk (Tatarstan) came to Samara to acquaint us with their vacancies and working conditions, culture and life.

Representatives of schools spoke about their schools and working conditions for young professionals. Housing was a particularly attractive bonus for out-of-town students. In cities, they are provided with furnished apartments for rent at a nominal fee, and in villages, a house or apartment can become the property of a teacher after 10 years of work at the school.

Everybody chooses who to be, where to work and what to do. We wish every graduate student not to doubt their abilities and follow the path where the heart and soul will be in peace!



February 11, 2020

International competition for initiative research projects


More than 250 people took part in the international competition and submitted their entries.

Students from different cities of Russia submitted their works, such as: Moscow, Kazan, Samara, Cheboksary, Nizhny Novgorod, Kirov, Yelets, Armavir, Yaroslavl, Mendeleevsk, Menzelinsk.

In the category" Pedagogical Sciences "took part a first-year master's degree student of the Department of Primary Education, Maria V. Ivanova , scientific superviser- The Head of Chair of Pedagogy and Psychology Svetlana A. Sevenyuk.

Maria V. Ivanova was awarded a diploma for the first place.

Congratulations to the winner!



February 11, 2020

IX International Pedagogical Forum


The International Pedagogical Forum is a platform for new meetings, acquaintance and exchange of opinions and knowledge, as well as for establishing international cooperation between specialists in the field of modern education.

Organizers and participants named the forum as "Intellectual platform". Forum had utilitarian orientation: People come here to find solutions to the current pedagogical problems that teachers face every day.

It was attended by interested professionals from neighbouring and more distant countries, as well as teachers from various regions of Russia, discussing issues that are important for the teaching community, and what is more important-students (children of preschool and school age), presenting their scientific developments.

On the introduction of the Forum, a welcome speech and congratulations were made by: Igor V. Vershinin President of SSUSSE, Natalia G. Kochetova Dean of the Department of Primary Education of SSUSSE, Svetlana Sevenuk Head of the Chair of Pedagogy and Psychology of the Department of Primary Education of SSUSSE.

Speakers at the plenary meeting were: Nina A. Soboleva, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, parliamentary assistant of Samara State Duma, Honoured Teacher of Russia; Igor S. Manukhin, Head of the Chair of Historical and Socio-economic Education of Samara Regional Institute for Teachers' Further Training, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Chairman of Association of Teachers of History, Economics, Law and social science of the Samara region and others.

The Forum was attended by Stephan Zolotareff, a French psychoanalyst, Paul Diel's (author of the method of motivational psychoanalysis) follower and student, Professor of Higher School of Education (France), Director of Higher School of Psychological Research Method Paul Diel (France).

The Forum covered the entire education system from the first stage of pre-school to post-graduate education.

Further work of the forum was organized on discussion platforms: "Modern educational space: traditions and innovations"; "Education and development of children of preschool and school age"; " Psychological and pedagogical problems of the educational process: from theory to practice".

The program of the forum allowed young and experienced teachers to carry out scientific and information exchange of achievements in the field of development of pedagogical science and professional pedagogical education and to strengthen scientific and pedagogical cooperation of Russian and foreign teachers.

On February 5 the second day of the Forum, was held at our University, where children of preschool and school age presented their research projects. On the same day, at Samara Palace of Children and Youth Creativity held a scientific and practical seminar "Modern Problems of Development Of Additional Education For Children in the Context of the Ideas of Continuous Education", during which the modern practice of developing the content and forms of organization of additional education was considered.

On February 6, the 3rd day of the Forum, an Intellectual game "Qwiz" was held for students of grades 10-11, students of Secondary Specialized Educational Institutions, the purpose of which was to form an informed idea about the process of professional self - determination.

The Forum was attended by more than 400 people representing more than 15 regions of the Russian Federation, as well as participants from neighbouring and more distant countries: Republic of Kazakhstan, Republic of Tatarstan, France. Only person involved 350 people, for online participating there was 12 collective connection points (8 regions of Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Tatarstan), more than 50 people send their papers for publishing.

Speakers of the Forum noted its positive results in the aspect of expanding international cooperation of teachers, researchers and organizers of the education system in the field of continuing education.

The Forum would not have been possible without the constant support, sincere interest and active personal participation of the administration of our University (President of the University Igor V. Vershinin, rector of the University Oleg D. Mochalov, the Vice-rector for Academic research work Alexander I. Repinetsky, Dean of the Department of Primary Education Natalia Kochetova).

At the final plenary session of the Forum, delegates adopted a Resolution stating that in the current conditions of accelerating globalization, when the importance of fundamental education based on the unity of education and science increases, the role of universities in society increases too. Ideas of cooperation become the most important imperative for further development of classical universities.

The international Pedagogical Forum has become an excellent and popular platform for communication between active, talented, meaningful ideas aimed at results and practical impact by teachers, professionals in their field. The participation of students (starting from preschool age) is also important. The Forum embodies a very important principle "Not for children, but with them".

The article was prepared by the Forum's Organizing Committee



February 3, 2020

Students of the Department of Primary Education became winners of the all-Russian student competition of didactic games "Table Class"


The all-Russian student competition of didactic games "Table Class" was completed on the basis of Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University

The competition was attended by students from various universities and more than 60 didactic games were presented. The expert Committee carefully worked with the competition materials.

Didactic games developed by students under the leadership of teachers of the Chair of Primary Education were presented to the competent jury: Head of the Chair L. V. Lysogorova, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, Associate Professor S. P. Zubova, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, Associate Professor T. V. Fedorova, Senior Lecturer N. A. Ivanova

Students of the Department of Primary Education won!

We congratulate fifth-year students and their scientific supervisers, and wish them further creative success and professional growth!



February 2, 2020

Children's Creative Festival "Christmas Joy"


The purposes of the Festival were revival, preserval and development of the best traditions of the Orthodox Christmas Holiday, as well as introducing children to national, Orthodox traditions and rituals, and the history of Russia.

The tradition of holding an annual event dedicated to Christmas and New Year Holidays has been going on for more than 3 years. Children, their parents and teachers are interested in exhibitions and creative meetings.

More than 300 children of pre-school educational organizations of Samara took part in the event. All participants were awarded in various categories: vocal; dance; fine art. Works in the category "Fine Art" are made in different techniques: painting, graphic, postcard, sculpture, design etc.

The organizers of the Festival addressed their congratulations to the participants.

Performances of pre-school educational organizations of Samara were a great addition to the award ceremony.

Congratulations to the winners!



February 3, 2020

The International Conference of Young Researches Education. Science. Profession" in Otradny (Samara region)


On January 28-30, the annual International Conference of Young Researches Education. Science. Profession" was held.

The purpose of the Conference is to contribute to the development of intellectual and creative abilities of gifted high school students, and to formation their scientific and creative skills.

The Conference was attended by students of grades 5-11, students of additional education centers for children, students of primary, secondary and higher professional education institutions, who presented individual and collective research projects.

on January 29, at the grand opening, which took place at The Palace of Culture "Russia", the guests were welcomed by the Mayor of the town of Otradny A.V. Bugakov. He noted that for the pedagogical community, the Conference was not only a meeting of friends, but also an important event which the teaching staff considers as an effective means of popularizing scientific knowledge and to be effective way to attract talented young students to science. A.V. Bugakov said that t teachers'experience, professionalism and creative approach will reveal the potential of speakers and fairly determine the best of the best. V. I. Gusarov, Head of Otradny Department of Education and Science and Yu. V. Farisey, Deputy Head of Kinel-Cherkassky District for Social Policy expressed their best wishes successful projects defence.

Speakers were to work in seven thematic subpanels: ecological-biological, humanitarian-linguistic, scientific-technical, sociological, humanitarian-historical, cultural and natural science. As always, pupils and students were full of brilliant ideas and enthusiasm. They presented their scientific research results (more than 500) to experts (the leading teachers of Russian universities (Moscow, Samara, Volgograd).

Subject olympiads and project defenses, master classes and round table discussions were held on the basis of educational institutions which were used as interactive platforms. Projects were defended both in live and in distance. The topics of the reports were very diverse and as interesting as the speakers themselves.

Teachers of SSUSSE are grateful to the conference organizers and all speakers for interesting scientific research results.



February 1, 2020

How I taught Russian in Turkey


At the beginning of the academic year, I was lucky to become a member of the Erasmus+ mobility program at the Anadolu University which lasted from October to December (https://www.instagram.com/anadoluuniv/).

Anadolu University is one of the largest universities in the world by the number of students. For the 70 years the University has been awarded a large number of awards. Erasmus, Erasmus+, and Mevlana international exchange programs are successfully operating within the University.

The Chair of Russian Language and Literature, as part as the Department of Philology, was opened at Anadolu University in 2010. Teachers of the Chair do everything possible to ensure full development of their students. Their example reflects the fact that the study of Russian should go hand in hand with the study of national culture. The educational program includes phonetics, syntax, and Russian grammar; Russian cinema; lectures on the history of Orthodox culture; literature studies, and many other subjects.

My duties during the mobility program included conducting classes and the Russian club, checking written assignments and grading papers.

On the first week I was an assistant language teacher of Russian as a Foreign Language. It was an introductory week. I was able to attend various classes, get acquainted with a new format of training, textbooks used by teachers, methods of evaluating and monitoring the work of students. Gradually, I got used to the University program and I soaked myself in a subject. I was surprised the way students addressed the teacher. "Khoja" instead of the name and (i.e. teacher).

From the second week, I started working and I held the first lesson together with Onnur Khodja. By this time, together with the coordinator Marina Bekyurek, the schedule of my classes was already drawn up.

In addition to my work at the University, I made a large number of unforgettable trips. A lot of teachers and students of the University helped me with it. Thanks to their help, I visited major attractions of Eskisehir, Ankara and Göreme.

At the end, I was given the opportunity to conduct some classes entirely on my own, as well as to make a presentation about Samara, SSUSSE and the life of students in Russia. I was pleasantly surprised by the large number of students who want to go to Russia for international exchange programs to improve their knowledge of Russian.

The main problem of studying a foreign language is the language barrier, which is a consequence of the lack of speaking practice. Thanks to the partnership of our universities and participation in international exchange programs, this problem can be solved. The teachers of Anadolu University express their gratitude to the International Office of SSUSSE for the opportunity to involve native Russian speakers in the training process, and they hope for further cooperation.

From my experience I can conclude that such training programs and internships in other countries open up a huge number of opportunities for self-realization, accumulation of practical experience and strengthening of international relations.

Polina Novikova

fourth-year student of the Department of Philology




January 31, 2020

My acquaintance with Samara


My name is Patricia Pavlova. I am a student from the Czech Republic, and in February 2019 I came to Samara for 4 months for an internship at Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education.

I study Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic). My specialty is teaching Russian as a foreign language (master's degree program). I started learning Russian language in high school and became so fascinated by it. I am still interested in Russian culture, literature, and more. So, I like everything that is somehow connected with the Russian language.

Czech students come to Russia not only to improve their language skills, but also to get acquainted with the realities, culture and learn how people live in Russia. I decided to come to Samara to see and feel the real Russia. I did it, and I never regretted it. And Elena V. Abramovskikh, the Head of the master's program "Russian Literature In The World Cultural Space", helped me with it. She supported me all time, always took care of me. She was happy to invite me to all literary and philological events and conferences, concerts, and theaters. In April, we held a meeting of the Czech club we watched a Czech film with subtitles in Russian and talked about studying at Masaryk University.

On the 9th of May, we watched a Military Parade on Kuibyshev Square (center of Samara) together with foreign students from Turkey. It was incredible and magnificent, because we do not have such events in the Chech Republic.

In June, a couple of days before my departure, we went by river motorship to Shiryaevo, where we saw the memorial house of A. Shiryaevtsa, walked around the village just had a nice time together before my departure.

I would like to thank all the teachers of the Department of Philology and students who made my time SSUSSE unforgettable (especially the first and third year 2018/2019 academic year).

I especially want to thank Dr. Valeriia V. Bondareva, Head of International Office, for successfully resolving organizational issues. Also I want to thank Olga F. Bryksina, who charged me with her positive energy, conducted individual classes. We were together an excursion to Tsarev Kurgan which helped me get to know Samara better.

I think we all have very warm memories and emotions after all this time. I am very happy that I came to Samara and SSESS. I wish all students and teachers a lot of success and patience, and the University has many successful graduates! We are waiting for you at Masaryk University in Brno!

Patricia Pavlova,

Masters degree studentof Faculty of Arts

Masaryk University, Czech Republic



January 28, 2020

Spending a semester on a mobility program Mevlana (Anadolu University, Eskisehir,Turkey) - an unforgettable experience!


As soon as we arrived in the student city of Eskisehir, we were immediately struck by its beauty and elegance.

No doubt it was love at first sight. the Turks people are very cheerful and friendly. They are one big family where everyone supports each other.

A new city, new people, a new language-it was all very magical and exciting. The next day we visited Anadolu University, which is one of the best university in the world.

Because of its size and structure, it's like a separate city the road from one building to another can take up to 30 minutes. On the territory of the University there are cafes, shops, canteens, a large dining room, a library, a large swimming pool, a cinema and many other things that can make the life of students much easier.

Student life in Turkey is very rich and interesting . Students can choose any hobby group, such as volleyball, basketball, swimming, drama, etc. Students' interests are important. This is also reflected in the education system: some subjects are compalsory for students, but some classes are chosen by students based on their interests. The selected subjects are very diverse from eloquence training to volunteering in schools. Students with a special love of literature are always welcome in the 24-hour library with a huge collection of books suited to every fancy.

All University offices are equipped with modern equipment with interactive whiteboards. Classes last an average of 45 minutes. Teachers are highly qualified specialists who love and know their business perfectly. All of them are very responsive, understanding, open to communication and ready to help at any moment. Each subject for us was an invaluable experience for future teachers.

The next important part of our stay in Turkey was traveling with the support of the Erasmus club for foreign students.

In our opinion, the best, , was a trip to Cappadocia, during which we visited more than 5 museums, walked a two-hour path through the rainforest with a beautiful landscape and waterfalls, and, of course, saw giant multi-colored balloons in the sky.

This semester in Turkey is truly incredible and unforgettable for us. We are eternally grateful that we had the opportunity to become ambassadors of our University at the international level within Anadolu University. The excitement and admiration did not leave us for the whole semester, so we decided to stay for the second semester, which promises to be even more vivid and rich!

Fourth-year students of Department of Foreign Languages,

Mukhataeva Olga and Serikova Anastasia



January 27, 2020

The day of Russian students of SSUSSE!


Social, sciencific, sports, and creative activities are integral parts of Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education. Each student chooses in which direction he will develop his abilities and skills. It is important that the chosen activity really brings results and pleasure from work.

We know for sure that Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education is full of active, talented and creative students. The award ceremony in honor of Students Day for students of SSUSSE at the end of 2019 in the entertainment complex "Paint House" proves it!

The cultural event for students began with a greeting from the rector of SSUSSE Oleg D. Mochalov. He thanked the students for their pro-active attitude and started the award ceremony for students in the category "Community Activity". This category has a huge number of participants-80 students received commemorative tokens!

The event continued with the drawing of a toy-the symbol of our University, a Learned Cat . Deans of departments and vice-deans for educational work helped to decide the lucky owners of beautiful toys!

The award ceremony was attended by Dmitry N. Krivov, a graduate of the Department of History, Director of the Samara Municipal Budget Institution "Samara Youth House", who was pleased to award the brightest and most artistic students of the University. The category "Creative Activity" is always the most interesting. 48 students of our University became the "most creative".

The ceremony continued with greetings of Vice-rector for research work Alexander I. Repenetsky and the rewarding of students in the category "Scientific Activity".

The award ceremony was completed by the Vice-rector for Additional Education, Career Guidance And Public Relations Alexey B. Shchelkov, who awarded the strongest and most persistent students in the "Sports Activity" category.

The best students of SSUSSE at the end of 2019 deservedly received their awards and continued this beautiful day by playing bowling.

We congratulate all students on wonderful holiday and wish you success and strength in any of your activities!



January 21, 2020

Christmas in French style


In anticipation of the last student holiday, which will take place on Tatyana's day, January 25, students of the Department of Foreign Languages summarize the first results of the previous year. Celebrating Christmas in French style showed that the students are ready for the exam session, because the performance was played in French!

On December 24, students who studying French and teachers of the Chair of Romance Philology gathered together for a festive concert. This day is traditionally celebrated Christmas in French style. Students of 11 groups showed creative performances in French, and especially talented ones took part in the passages based on the plot of the famous Russian film "The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath!".

Soviet Comedy acquired an exquisite touch of French charm. The acting and the talent of the performers was appreciated by French guests Pierre Mancini, the Director of "Alliance française in Samara" and Clara Astier, lecturer the Chair of Romance Philology.

Clara Astier said: "the students have done the great work. Because of performance, we immediately wanted to see Eldar Ryazanov's film, which, according to the students, is a cult film of several generations of the Russian people. The students' version is a real "French remake", the Soviet Comedy acquired a French sound with a slight Russian accent".



January 21, 2020

New Year's Tea Party: how the New Year's Tea Party turned into a fascinating quest


In the midst of a busy exam session that began immediately after the New Year holidays, students of the Department of Foreign Languages wish everyone a successful completion of the midterm. A student Maria Trotno said: "let the tests and exams are given to everyone as easily as the New Year's quest, which was presented to us as a gift by first-year students".

At the Department of Foreign Languages, there is a tradition of celebrating the New Year, when the event is organized by first-year students. The students decided to organize a Tea Party with a cozy viewing of a New Year's movie. The Tea Party started but it was suddenly interrupted by a video message that mystical things were happening in the building.

New Year's Tea Party participants were divided into teams where they performed tasks together. Students had to rescue Santa Claus from the domain of the Devil, who wanted to spoil the holiday for everyone.

"The first year of study at the University is difficult and incredibly responsible, however, this does not prevent us from having fun and communicating closely. Preparation for the student's debut, student trips, and organization of autumn events required enormous efforts from students. Varvara Pronina, one of the organizers, first-year student, said: "when I found out that we, first-year students, have the opportunity to organize something, I, of course, could not pass by. We gathered a group of enthusiasts and immediately start to work. It was really fascinating to observe the close interaction of students from different fields of study. I think we did a great job. Of course, there were some problems, but we are just learning... The most valuable thing is that we can always ask advice from others students".

The event ended with a dance flashmob, warm tea with cookies and homemade cake.



January 14, 2020

Teachers-participants of SSUSSE of the Festival of Innovative Teachers in Surgut


From December 18 to 20, a three-day working intensive Festival of Innovative Teachers was held in the city of Surgut with the support of "the Higher School of Competence" and the Department of Education and Youth Policy of the Khanty-Mansiysk. More than 300 teachers from schools, kindergartens and institutions of additional education of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous district took part in the festival.

M. V. Kalinkina, Senior Lecturer of the Chair of Information and Communication Technologies in Education, took part in the festival as the host of master classes.

The festival was held at Surgut State University. As speakers, it was attended by A. Kondakov, General Director of ''Mobile E-education'', A. Klima, Director of development of YaKlass, N. Kudimova, head of the methodological service of ''Open School'', and many others.

The festival was very eventful. After the plenary session, teachers were invited to attend three one-and-a-half-hour master classes to choose from 9 sprints: "Learning with passion", "Creative approach", "Technology and school", etc.

Speakers and presenters of master classes were:

- A.S. Prutchenkov, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Certified Trainer of the Council of Europe, Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation;

- S.A. Prutchenkova, General Director of ''NewTutor''

-Kalinkina M. V., Senior Lecturer of the Chair of Information and Communication Technologies in Education, SSUSSE;

- Yermakova N.I., Teacher of the Highest Qualification Category of Computer Science. Municipal Lyceum named after G. F. Atyakshev, town of Yugorsk;

- Degtyareva E.A., English teacher, certified online trainer;

- Godunova E.A., foreign language teacher of the highest qualification category of the School 9 in the town of Iskitim (Novosibirsk region).

Kalinkina M. V. held three master classes at the festival:

- "Media education and media literacy: organization of extracurricular activities;

- "Infographics in the teacher's work: instruments, techniques;

- "Screencasts a universal instruments of a modern teacher.

She said:

Teachers were incredibly pleased: their interest, high level of motivation, and willingness to take new material and work with it. All my classes were held in an incredibly positive mood! In addition, I am grateful to my fellow-speakers for their support, interesting communication and exchange of professional experience. And even severe frosts could not affect the warm atmosphere of the festival. All three days we acted as a team! I came with new ideas, which I have already shared with the teachers at the chair.



January 21, 2020

The Department of Foreign Languages hosted the Latin language festival " Latin is old-fashioned now"


The competition was attended by first-year students of the Department of Foreign Languages who study Latin. Students showed their full creative potential by presenting various forms of dramatization, and breathed life into the language traditionally called "dead".

Latin sounded in the fairy tale about Winnie the Pooh, the game "Crocodile" in Latin was proposed, a fragment of the lyrical TV-show under the motto "Scientia potentia est" (knowledge is power) was demonstrated, and an overview of fashion trends in the "Antiquity" was made, participants of the festival made a trip through time and met with a guest from Ancient Rome, who came to SSUSSE for student exchange, and at the end of the event, students were listening the Christmas Christian hymn in Latin "Gaudete" - "Rejoice!" .

The jury and the audience appreciated the originality, skill and creativity of the festival participants, who conquered everyone with their humor and artistry.

Participants and first-year students shared their impressions of the festival:

"We started preparing for the performance in a month and a half. We decided to do it in humor style, because we believe that combining humor and information is very interesting and useful for the viewer. And it was worth it! We have received an incredible energy and strength for the coming year. We got a lot of positive energy from the other students' performances and felt the audience get a lot of energy from us. And of course, we learned a lot of interesting catch phrases in Latin. They are relevant to this day, we even use them in speech among themselves. That's why Latin didn't go out of fashion for us.I am sure that this experience will be extremely useful for me in my future work.



January 8, 2020

First impressions of the first teaching practice


Summing up the results of the year, we can not say about the first teaching practice in the history of the current fourth-year of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT (field of study "Mathematics" and "Informatics"), which lasted 4 weeks, from November 11 to December 7.

What did the students remember about it?

The first meeting with the pupils... The first conversation with the pupils, and their first pupils... The first lesson... The first test of the pupils' work The first assessment... So, everything in this practice related to the professional activity of the teacher, was the first for each student.

The practice included different types of teacher's activities and was held in accordance with an individual task: visit and analysis of lessons; preparation for lessons and their conduct; identification of student errors and work to eliminate and prevent them; organization of extracurricular work on the subject; study of legal documents; preparation of calendar and thematic planning; study of the experience of the educational institution and teachers.

Students tell us about their impressions of the practice:

- Saydasheva E.:

"Practice at school 132 was the first real pedagogical experience for all of us. It made me even more aware of the correctness of my choice of profession. I have worked with an experienced mentor: Sokolovskaya Lyudmila Andreyevna, from whom I could constantly learn important and necessary things in teaching. I would like to take my further practice in this school."

- Shelkaev A., Shcherbakova A., Khusainova A.:

"During the practice, we have become closer to the profession of a teacher, learned about some of its pros and cons. It should be said that much of the teacher's work depends on the goals and objectives that we ourselves formulate and achieve in the educational process. We have acquired a lot of new knowledge, skills, and most importantly-experience, which, of course, will be very useful to us in our future professional activities."

- Brown P.:

Pedagogical practice allowed me to make sure of the correctness of my choice of future profession. Opportunity to look at the learning process helped me become more responsible and organized. A month of practice passed quickly, and during this time I acquired the knowledge that can not be mastered in theory. This practice is necessary for students because it helps to gradually immerse into the learning process and develop the necessary competencies for future professional activities.

At the final conference on December 18, 2019, students told about their first pedagogical experience, about the schools where they had practice and their first pupils. Summing up the results of the past teaching practice, we have outlined further directions for improving professional training for the remaining time of study at the University. How nice to hear from students about their confidence in the choice of their future professional activities and business attitude to their future responsibilities: what they can they do, and what has not yet been done and must be done!

Keep it up, dear students, future teachers of mathematics and information science!


Students of the Department of Culture and Art (field of study "Fine arts") were received an award of the Governor of the Samara region for significant results in cultural activities.


Congratulations to students of the Department of Culture and Art A.V. Churkin, L. V. Gubeyev, A. R. Dyuzheva, A. A. Somova, M. E. Naydenova (field of study "Fine arts") on the award of the Governor of the Samara region to students of professional educational organizations and higher education organizations in the Samara region who have achieved significant results in educational, scientific, social, cultural and sports activities. We wish you not to stop there and continue to creatively develop!


January 7, 2020

Cultural event Eat, Enjoy, Come Again


In December, the Department of Foreign Languages held a competition of oral presentations "Eat, Enjoy, Come Again". Students of Department of Foreign Languages submitted presentations of cafes and restaurants of their dreams to the competition. The event was held in two stages. From December 1 to 10, students made presentations in their academic groups. The best projects were presented at the final stage of the competition. The students showed excellent English, oratorical talents and creative abilities, skills of working with modern computer technologies.

The jury included teachers of the Chair of English and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages, English teacher private educational establishment Eureka: candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor I.V. Drachuk, Senior Lecturer L. I. Vlasov, Senior Lecturer O.A. Tyurina, teaching assistant R. V. Kazantsev, Senior Lecturer I. M. Semyannikov. During the discussion, a voting was held among the audience. The jury have accommodated their views in the distribution of prizes. Diplomas for the best presentations were awarded to students and teams of students.

From December 2 to 7, the contest of creative works "We Are What We Eat" was held. Students presented the menu of cafes or restaurants of their dreams, recipes of favorite dishes in English. In total, about 80 creative projects were submitted.

Students spoke positively about the event and expressed their desire to continue to participate in the work of the club of English language lovers.



December 30, 2019

Meeting students of SSUSSE with academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences A. M. Cherepashchuk


On December 26, there was a lecture at the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT: "Exoplanets" of the outstanding Russian astrophysicist, world-famous scientist, doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, honorary Professor of SSUSSE, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Anatoly Mikhailovich Cherepashchuk.

Anatoly Cherepashchuk our fellow countryman, he was born in the town of Syzran of the Samara Region and since childhood has been studying the planets and galaxies. All his life he devoted to such an important science as astronomy.

An outstanding Russian astrophysicist gave a lecture to the audience of students and teachers about the progress in research of exoplanets, the results of which were awarded the Nobel Prize. The lecture began with a welcome speech by the Dean of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT V. N. Aniskin, who told about the numerous scientific achievements of A. M. Cherepashchuk and he noted the importance of meeting the students with a famous scientist.

The lecture was attended by: students of Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT and Department of Philology; teachers and staff of the Chair of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods; head of the Chair of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods, Associate Professor E. V. Galieva; Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor V. I. Zin'; Dean of Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT V. N. Aniskin; Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs and Quality of Education, an Associate Professor N. N. Kislova; consultant of the Office of Professional Education and Science of Ministry of Education and Science of the Samara Region E. V. Tyulyakova.

A. M. Cherepashchuk's lecture was very interesting and informative, the audience learned both the General characteristics of planets and the methods of searching for exoplanets. At the end of the lecture, everybody could ask questions and get detailed answers. I would like to note that the lecture had a warm and friendly atmosphere, because Anatoly Mikhailovich spoke at his native University, where he spent three academic years as a student. According to him, these were the best student years! We are very grateful to the organizers of this lecture! After all, students are very interesting and useful to develop comprehensively, learn a lot of new and interesting things, learn the subtleties of astronomy and self-improvement!



December 29, 2019

"Christmas in Italian"


At the Department of Foreign Languages as part of the "Italian seasons 2019-2020" was held the Italian Christmas Holiday.

Students of the Department of additional education of the the field of study "Translator" under the leadership of the teacher of the Italian language, Associate Professor of the the Chair of Romance Philology O. N. Nenasheva prepared a cheerful performance. Students demonstrated a high level of proficiency in the Italian language, interest in the traditions and Italian culture.

Participants of the festival could enjoy poems in Italian performed by the first-year students. And of course, the real gem of the event was the song "Buon Natalee" performed by Alena Khosinova and Diana Privalova.

An interesting conclusion of the holiday was a quiz about Italian culture and traditions of Christmas celebration, prepared by the third-year students. At the end Alena Khozyainova told about the traditions that the public did not known.

Teachers of the Italian language I. V. Zak and C. Cascone noted the high level of preparation of the speakers, and also thanked for the magical holiday atmosphere at the event.



December 29, 2019

New Year's Eve Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT "Home not Alone"- a bright ending of the 2019!


On December 25, students-activists of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT organized a fun and bright final event of 2019. New Year's Eve Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT "Home not Alone" included: rewarding activists, competitive and dance programs, the game "Secret Santa". Students beautifully and originally decorated the audience, prepared a lot of delicious treats, and came up with original costumes in the genre of "hipsters".

The official part of the event began with the awarding of the most active and talented students of the department. The awards were divided into several stages, during which the music and competition programs were held.

The program of the New Year's Eve included a lot of funny and interesting contests and there was no end of those who wanted to participate in any game. The tasks were very different. One students had to dance, another-to come up with a New Year's greeting, others had to work in a team. But one thing united all the contests a lot of positive emotions for both the participants and the audience.

The game "Secret Santa" was also held. All participants tried very hard and prepared wonderful gifts for each other. Everyone could try himself in the role of Santa Claus and understand that it is pleasant not only to receive gifts, but also to give gifts.

At the end of this exciting program, each student wrote a letter to himself for the next year. But the most important thing is that every guest has already been charged with New Year's mood! Happy New Year, friends!



December 25, 2019
Creative competition "Fairy Tales Xmas"

On 23 December a creative competition in English "Xmas Fairy Tales" was held among the first-year students of the "Linguistics" and "Foreign Regional Studies" of the Department of Foreign Languages. The participants had the opportunity to demonstrate their theatrical abilities and phonetic skills, as well as the ability to make things with their hands.

Three fairy tales were presented for viewing: "The Fisherman and His Wife", "Three bears" and " Little Red Riding Hood". In addition, students made Christmas cards and handmade Christmas toys for the competition.

The jury were teachers of the The Chair of English and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages (Senior Lecturer E. Y. Ostashevskaya, assistant Yu. V. Karaulschikova and specialist in educational and methodological work E. N. Sidiryakova). They evaluated not only the pronunciation of students and their abilities in the field of "hand-made", but also the acting skills of participants.

Students, who excelled in theater skills and correct English pronunciation, also received diplomas: Akim Smirnov and Yulia Demina.

Following the results of the competition, the participants of the event congratulated the Department on the upcoming New Year and Christmas.



December 25, 2019

Seminar-extravaganza: on the creative initiative of students of the Department of Philology


Students of the second-year of the Department of Philology on their own initiative prepared and held a wonderful extravaganza-a kind of theatrical summing up of the study of the History of Foreign Literature of the 17-18 centuries in practical classes. Scenes from the works of Lessing, Pedro Calderon, Beaumarchais, Goethe came to life and shone with all the colors of burlesque in the production audience of building 10 (the Directors of the play were E. Lala and A. Anikin ).

The "icing on the cake" was Moliere's "Tartuffe" and its main character (performed by the brilliant A. Anikin). The hypocritical main character ate gingerbread throughout the action). Parfenenkov D., Filochkina A., Zaitseva M., Kharitonova Yu., Sudarkina E. etc performed brightly too. The teachers of the Chair of Russian and Foreign Literature and Methods of Teaching Literature were happy to see second-year students in a new way and to find in them so much enthusiasm, imagination and artistry.

According to Professor O. M. Burenok, the best memory of the immortal works of the classics can be a creative exploration of their heritage.



December 25, 2019

International competition "Teacher in a multicultural world"


December 25, 2019The international competition of research, design and creative works of students in grades 9-11 and students "Teacher in a multicultural world" was attended by 158 people who submitted 128 competitive works.

Pupils and students from different cities of Russia, such as: Moscow, Kazan, Samara, Cheboksary, Nizhny Novgorod, Kirov, Yelets, Armavir, Yaroslavl, Mendeleevsk, Menzelinsk showed their projects.

The competition was also attended by students of foreign universities: Cairo state University ( Cairo, Egypt), Arkalyk State Pedagogical Institute named after Y. Altynsarin ( Arkalyk, Kazakhstan), Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University ( Almaty, Kazakhstan), Tashkent State Pedagogical University (Tashkent, Uzbekistan).

In the nomination "Project work "Multicultural school" Ivanova M.V., first-year masters degree student of the Department of Primary Education participated, S. Sevenyuk was scientific superviser the Head of the Chair of Pedagogy and Psychology.

Ivanova M.V. was awarded a diploma of the III degree.

The awarding of the winners and prize-winners of the contest was held in a festive in joyful atmosphere.



December 18, 2019

Competition of Translators "Master of Interpretation"


On December 9 there was a competition of translators "Master of Interpretation" among the first-year students of the field of study "Linguistics", specialization Translation Studies of the Department of Foreign Languages. Participants of the competition had the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of English and interpretation techniques.

The competition consisted of several stages, including translation from English into Russian of words-realias, fixed expression and phraseological units.

According to the results of the competition, the best team was chosen the group of second-year students of the Department of Foreign Languages, and the most active participants received diplomas: Pronina Varvara and Kuzyutkina Anastasia.

All participants of the event received positive emotions and practical experience in translation during participation in the competition.



December 17, 2019

The Victory of the Department of Primary Education Student in the International Competition Of Research Works in the Field of Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences


Margaret Shein, the fifth-year student of the Department of Primary Education (field of study "Pedagogical education", specializations: "Preschool Education" and "Primary Education"), won in the International competition of research works in the field of pedagogical and psychological sciences, organized on the initiative of the project "Interclover - 2019" (Nizhny Novgorod). The project of M. Sheina "Linguocreative thinking of children of senior preschool age" was awarded a diploma of 1 degree in the nomination "Research project", field of study "Preschool pedagogy" (scientific superviser - Gorova I. V., Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Chair of Preschool Education).

We congratulate Margaret Shein and wish her new scientific achievements!



December 17, 2019

Participation of the Student of the Department of Primary Education in the IV International Scientific and Practical Conference "Modern Research-2019"


Viktoria Krasnova, the fifth-year student of the Department of Primary Education (field of study "Pedagogical education", specializations: "Preschool education" and "Primary education"), took part in the IV International scientific and practical conference "Modern research-2019 "(Czech Republic, Karlovy Vary - Russia, Moscow). V. Krasnova's article "Development of linguocreative thinking of younger pupils in the study of word formation" as part of the competition of articles was awarded a diploma of 3 degree (scientific superviser - I. V. Gorova, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Chair of Preschool Education).

We congratulate Victoria Krasnova and wish her new scientific victories!


A Team of Young Scientists of SSUSSE Won a Grant from Russian Foundation for Basic Research


At the end of November 2019 Russian Foundation for Basic Research has summed up the results of the competition for the best projects of fundamental research carried out by leading youth groups ("Stability").

Among the winners was the team of young scientists of SSUSSE headed by Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Sergey Buranko.

Topic of his research project was: "Fighting China" 1931-1949 in the estimates of the USA periodical press involves the analysis of the evolution of the image of China 1931-1949 in the USA through the study of the specifics of the perception of the political elite, the military, the public and the media of the most important events of the "Chinese crisis".

The research team consists of: A. O. Burnok (Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor), J. A. Levin (Candidate of Historical Sciences K. V. Belyaeva (masters degree students of SSUSSE), D. A. Nesterov (post-graduate student of SSUSSE), D. Yu. Selifontova (student of the Department of History).

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In 2019, 36 articles were published in academic journal included in the citation databases Web of Science, Scopus as part of the implementation of grants by historians of SSUSSE.



December 13, 2019

Scientific and Methodological Seminar for Primary School Teachers The Usage of Diagnostic Technologies Achievements of Students in the Educational Process


On December 12 the scientific-methodical seminar The usage of diagnostic technologies achievements of students in the educational process took place in School 176 with in-depth studying of individual subjects the Samara.

This seminar was made possible by the long-term cooperation of the school and the Department of Primary Education.

Objectives of the scientific and methodological seminar were:

- necessity of application of modern technologies as an indicator teacher's pedagogical competence;

- formation of stable internal motivation of teachers to innovative activity;

- strengthening of cooperation between SSUSSE and the educational organization.

Heads of methodical associations, young school teachers, masters degree students, teachers of the Chair of Primary Education and the Chair of Preschool Education took part in the seminar.

Zobnina G. A., Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Chair of Primary Education, made a report "Research of models of diagnostic educational process as a maintenance conditions and support of students in reflective and motivational understanding of their goals, values, potential for successful achievement of educational results and personal development".

During the seminar the following issues were discussed:

- usage of educational monitoring technology;

- processing and interpretation of the results of measuring the formation of universal educational activities;

- tools for diagnostic results of training in the modern educational organization;

- technologies of achievement of metasubject results of educational activity.

The seminar was attended by: dean of the Department of Primary Education N.G. Kochetova, head of the Chair of Primary Education L. V. Lysogorova, Associate Professor of Chair of Primary Education T. V. Fedorova.


December 12, 2019

LIGHT. CAMERA. OLIVIE!


Do you like to go to the cinema with popcorn and Coca-Cola? Probably, yes! Unfortunately, rhythm of our life leaves us little time for personal desires and needs. Today, a trip to the cinema is planned in advance and usually occurs only on weekends. Student press center "PhysMathNews went beyond its activities and organized the first university movie night "Light. Camera. Olivie!".

The team of the press center were prepared for a long time and planned every detail to delight their guests: tickets for each guest, new year's photo zone, popcorn, Coca- Cola and Olivie in designer packages, contests and a new movie!

On December 11, at 18.30, 317-classroom began to fill with students of various faculties, who came to see the movie. Not only students, but also teachers came: vice-dean of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT for academic work O. A. Yankevich, head of the Chair of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods E. V. Galieva and vice-dean of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT for educational work G. A. Dodonova.

When the guests appeared, the atmosphere in the classroom became festive and cheerful. It was like being in a movie theater. Waiting for the beginning of the movie was not so tedious, because the students were preparing for viewing, buying popcorn and Coca-Cola and actively participated in the contest "the most original photo", which resulted in prizes with the symbols of SSUSSE.

The novelty of the world of cinema - "Spider-Man: away from home", helped the students to dive into the world of fiction and special effects, to relax and have fun. It was a wonderful evening within the students of SSUSSE, for which we thank the organizers of this film evening, students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT.



December 12, 2019

Quest "Friendship of Peoples"


On December 8 annual quest "Friendship of peoples" was held in Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education. Students of many departments, including students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT, took part in this event. This quest reminded participants game "battleship". This game is loved by more than one generation of people and continues to be popular today. But no one can not imagine how you can play it with a big company. Obviously, the organizers of the quest, did the impossible and showed this game from the other side.

The quest participants, students from different departments, went to the university at the weekend and had no idea what to expect. So, they had a lot of fun. Quest started at the entrance, where the organizers distributed the participants in teams, and no one knew with what people he would have to defend his own fleet. Then they together with the curators went through the classrooms to get acquainted with each other, come up with the name of the team and finally arrange the ships. Sinking someone else's ship was not so easy, because in order to shoot at least once, you had to earn tokens by doing interesting tasks! This quest helped all students to relax in such a difficult time before the exams, and charged them with positive, as well as connected with interesting people who may become best friends later.

The organizers, as always, showed the highest level of organization, the event was thought out in every detail, from the organization of the event to selection of music! Quest participants enjoyed! We thank the organizers of the quest "Friendship of peoples" and hope that such wonderful events like that will be more!



December 12, 2019

Quest for Pupils of Primary Classes of School 53 was Conducted at the Department of Primary Education


Ingenuity, resourcefulness, shrewdness, ability to reason are necessary in any creative activity for everyone, and they need to be developed from childhood, starting with primary school age.

On November 28 the pupils of fourth grade of School 53 was invited to SSUSSE by the Department of Primary Education under the program "Gifted children".

The pupils went on a quest- journey to the Mathematical city, which was developed and prepared by teachers and students of the Department of Primary Education.

Teams performed tasks on the streets of the fairy city. Then they received parts of an encoded message, from which, at the end of the game, they had to make a message from the residents of the Mathematical city and decode it.

On the street "Geokont" pupils had to build a figure on the points, using a geometric constructor. They were able to find out the coordinates of the points by completing tasks and answering questions.

When the pupils were on the street "Equations", they opened a map of the Samara region, did tasks, found unknown variables, then they were able to solve the equation.

On the street Fire, pupils found out when the first matches had appeared in Russia, also they solved tasks with matches on numerical and geometric construction.

On the street "Puzzles" pupils solved puzzles.

Residents of the street "Miracle crosses" offered the teams to collect from the parts of the geometric puzzle game silhouettes of animals, people, objects, and then to create own figure and come up with a story about it.

When the pupils completed all the tasks, they were able to unravel the encrypted message of the residents of the Mathematical city Head without mind-that the flashlight without light!.

Each task of the quest required pupils to actively think, display creative abilities, ability to navigate and make decisions in a short time.

The event was inspired and organized by fifth-year students of the Department of Primary Education.

Teachers of the Department of Primary Education: head of the Chair L. V. Lysogorova, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor S. P. Zubova and Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor T. V. Fedorov.

Pupils met with students and teachers of the Department of Primary Education, met with the dean of the Department of Primary Education N. G. Kochetova. Also pupils visited the D. Florov's Zoological Museum. Head of the Museum, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, teacher of the Chair of Primary Education V. G. Shvedov showed the Museum's collections. The pupils got acquainted not only with the fauna of the Samara region, the Volga region, but also Russia, learned about the biological variety of our planet.

We express our gratitude for cooperation to the Director of School 53, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences I. A. Lipinski, as well as primary school teacher of this school N. N. Budaeva.

We are waiting for new and interesting meetings in the school of creative thinking!


December,12, 2019

Master Class in Creating Text Quests

On November 28 the meeting of the scientific club was held (the head is Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages L. E. Dichinskaya). They disscussed methodology of teaching foreign languages.

The meeting of the club was held in the format of a master class, which was prepared by a student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT Anastasia Zhmetko. Students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT, the Department of Primary Education and the Department of Philology took part in the master class.

Anastasia introduced the platform for creating text games AXMA Story Maker (© 2019 AXMA Software) to the participants. She told about the possibilities of interactive text games for the development of writing students in their native and foreign languages. The participants discussed the possibilities of organizing project and extracurricular activities of students on the AXMA Story Maker platform.

Then the participants divided into three teams and tried to create their own interactive quests under the leadership of Anastasia. The work included the creative part based on writing the quest script and the technical part based on filling the algorithm on the platform. All participants worked with interest and at the stage of reflection highly appreciated the possibility of such work with children.

Anna Novikova (Department of Primary Education): "As for me, the information was new; my interest in the usage of Information and Communication Technologies in foreign language lessons have increased. All the information was presented clearly; we immediately put everything into practice, everyone had instructions and Anastasia answered all our questions".

Egorova Tatiana (Department of Primary Education): Before the master class I knew only the visual novel, but I didn't have thoughts about its application in the learning process. Although it is rather a technology for computer lasses, as a method of teaching dialogue, monologue and essay in a foreign language, in my opinion, such work is appropriate.

Gorbacheva Sofia (Department of Primary Education): Thank you for introducing the new product. I will try to put it into practice.

Savintseva Elena (Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT): I am very grateful to Anastasia Zhmetko for what she told us about this wonderful program. I'm sure I'll be able to use it in my career.

Saynakova Aigul (Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT): I really liked the master class on the Axma Story Maker program. I think this program, firstly, helps to develop algorithmic thinking, and secondly, helps to improve vocabulary and grammar.

December 12, 2019

Mathematics Week Dedicated to the 227th Anniversary of the Birth of Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky at the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT!

On December 6 competitions on mathematical football within the week of mathematics dedicated to the 227 anniversary from the birthday of Nikolay Ivanovich Lobachevsky between of the second and third-year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT of the field of study 44.03.05 Pedagogical education, the combined education programme of preparation "Mathematics" and" Physics" continued.

Teams were invited to compete in solving problems in elementary mathematics, algebra, number theory, mathematical analysis and geometry. Tasks were chosen by the leading teachers of the Chair of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods.

Assistance in conducting and judging the competition event was provided by fifth-year students: Makogon Anastasia, Bunina Elizabeth and Davydova Alexandra. Also, these students became viewers and fans of the teams of second- and third-year students.

The event made students to recall a lot of previously studied statements and apply their knowledge in solving non-standard math problems. Despite the smaller student experience, the second-year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT won unconditionally. We sincerely congratulate the winners!

After the game, participants (students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT) shared their impressions:

- Victoria Grebenkina: Mathematical competition was very interesting and productive! We solved tasks of various types and learned a lot of new and useful things for ourselves. We express our gratitude to the organizers of the event and hope that we will have many more such competitions!.

- Makogon Anastasia: Two teams competed for the victory in the mathematical game. The second-year team was called "the Children of Pythagoras", the third-year team was called "the Euclideans. I was the host. The game was good, the students of each team with interest and passion tried to win. I was interested in watching the teams. In addition to the teams, there were fans who helped their teams with score points by solving math problems. In the end, the victory went to second-year team.

- Eugene Trushkin: I really enjoyed taking part in such an original mathematical event, where the sports football rules were the basis. As the captain of the team of third-year students I would like to express my gratitude to all participants and fans who found the time to support their classmates and friends. Also, many thanks to the teachers of our department, who have prepared very interesting and quite complex tasks.

- Anastasia Pyanova: I really liked this type of competition. Two words: interesting and entertaining. Original tasks and strong opponents. Although we did not manage to win, but we do not get upset, and go on with even greater interest. Thanks to the organizers and participants for positive emotions!.

- Morozova Julia: The tasks were entertaining, an interesting idea of the game and the connection of mathematics with football.

- Myshyakova Oksana: Competitions are always interesting! So in this mathematical battle we tried to be faster and give the right answers, but luck was on the side of another team. But the main thing is to participate in mathematical competitions and gain experience!.

October 29, 2019

Gold Medal of the World Kickboxing Championships

From 19 to 27 of October, the Kickboxing World Championship was held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The fourth-year student of the Department of Physical Education and Sport - Rafael Aysov won the title of World Champion in the section "light contact" weight category over 57 kg. Rafael is a multiple winner and medalist of various international competitions, but this victory is the most important in his sport career.

We congratulate Rafael on his victory and wish him new sporting achievements!


September 26, 2019

Bronze Medal of the World Boxing Championships

The XX Open Boxing World Championship was held in Yekaterinburg from 8 to 21 of September. First-year student of the Department of Physical Education and Sport - Babanin Maxim won a bronze medal in the super heavyweight category (over 91 kg).

We congratulate Maxim on his wonderful performance and wish him further success!


September 26, 2019

World Swimming Championship Among Persons with Disabilities

In London, the World Swimming Championships among persons with disabilities ended. This is the first participation in international competitions after years of disqualification. Rehabilitation of Russia has become a great joy for everyone, but for a long time Russian athletes and their coaches were in a state of uncertainty, because until recently it was not clear in what squad of the team, Russia is going to the World Championship. Despite this, for several months was conducted hard training.
Masters degree student of the third-year of the Department of Physical Education and Sport - Vyacheslav Lensky became a bronze medalist at a distance of 400m in free style.

We congratulate Vyacheslav Lensky on his successful performance at the World Swimming Championship! We wish you productive training and good performace at the 2020 Summer Paralympics in Tokyo!

The Second Volga Pedagogical Forum " SYSTEM OF UNINTERRUPTED PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION: INNOVATIVE IDEAS, MODELS AND PERSPECTIVES".

On November 25 in Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education (SSUSSE) and the Volga Orthodox Institute (Independent Non-Profit Organisation of Higher Education "Volga Orthodox Institute") started the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum. Topic: On the way to achieving the quality of education: state, problems, prospects. More than 1000 participants will share their experience and discuss the trends of modern education during three days of work of the panels and round tables.

26 panels were opened on the first day of the Forum. Main themes: methodological bases of philological education, prospects of primary education, modern information technologies in education, modern preschool education, problems of natural science education, technologies of effective teaching of foreign languages, professional training of the musician-teacher, mathematical education, economic education, physical education, inclusive education, extended education , psychological, historical education.

The panel "Scientific and methodological support of professional development of teachers of inclusive education" gathered about 100 participants!

At the panel " Mathematical education: problems, solutions, prospects " were a lot of speech teachers of mathematics . They spoke about the peculiarities of teacher training in a digital society, mathematical education of preschoolers, some aspects of teaching mathematical analysis to future teachers of mathematics. During the presentations the following theses were put forward:

- motivation to learn children at the moment is not high;

- technology is neither a positive nor a negative phenomenon-it depends on how we use it;

- currently, it is necessary to resort to the educational opportunities of Internet resources;

- it is necessary to alternate electronic and traditional methods of teaching in mathematics lessons.

Volodina Anastasia, student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT:

"If you love what you do so much, then this Forum is for you. Very important topics are discussed here. The knowledge gained today will be useful to everyone (for example, future teachers of mathematics, at training of school students).

Kechina O. M., teacher SSUSSE, Rapporteur:

"Preparing for the speech at this Forum was not so much difficult as responsible. An event of this level is very important both for SSUSSE, which is the organizer of the Forum, and for all participants, students and current employees of educational institutions."

At the panel " Modern historical education: the subject-matter and methodology of training " considered the main issues in the analysis and study of school and university programs of Russian and foreign history. Speakers presented four reports on the following topics: "Formation of tolerant consciousness and behaviour in a multicultural world the lessons of history", "Methodology study on the role of personality in history lessons", "China's Daily life in twentieth century.: issues of study in school", The Second World War in the Pacific Ocean: some issues of teaching".

panel "Modern information technologies in education" - lecturers and teachers and educators shared their methods of introduction of information technologies in the learning process.

E.A. Obmoina, educator of kindergarten 182, shared with the audience "educational route" - a set of exercises and resources for parents which help in teaching children. She thinks that information in an accessible form of play is of interest to children and students, which stimulates them to learn.

The second day of the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum " system of uninterrupted pedagogical education: innovative ideas, models and prospects " was held on November 26 at 16 sites in 6 buildings of the Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education.

On the third floor of building 10 there were expositions devoted to pedagogic.

In total, 12 panels worked on this day.

On the panel " Methodological and methodical bases of modern philological education as part of educational standard " discussed the issues of the Russian language and literature. New methods of teaching high school students and ways to increase reader interest were presented.

The main topic of the subpanel "Artistic and aesthetic education of preschoolers" was the cultural education of children. They discussed effective ways of familiarizing with culture, non-traditional techniques of fine art, the development of patriotism among pre-school children. The subpanel "Modern technologies of education of preschool children" presented innovative methods of development of cognitive abilities of children with the help of interactive technologies.

At the panel " Mathematical education: issues, solutions, prospects " discussed methods of constructing non-standard lessons, the implementation of the principle of clarity, there was also a report on the use of a smartphone in mathematics lessons.

One of the participants of the Forum Husainovna A. R., a student of SSUSSE, the author of the report About the one of direction of preparation of schoolchildren for mathematical Olympiads, she told about her view on the difficulties of mathematical education. "One of the most important problems is the overload of the program, as a consequence-the lack of time to consolidate the material passed, and, of course, the huge role of smartphones, which perform all mental operations for pupils," - she said. According to the speaker, in recent years, the attention of Russia to education has acquired a new direction, and the work with gifted children is priority. The solution of this problem is possible only with the systematic conduct of various activities. First of all, it is the preparation and holding of Olympiads of different levels: from school to national and international. in order to successfully prepare the student for these Olympiads, the student proposed to introduce the problems of the mathematical Olimpiad "Kangaroo" in the educational process.

Also, the second day of the Forum offered participants 15 master classes. The panel "Innovative approaches to the organization of physical education in the conditions of implementation of Federal Educational Standards" showed master classes in the territory of the swimming pool "Burevestnik". Training with animals is a special kind of psychotherapeutic assistance that affects the development of feelings and emotions.

The master class "The usage of elements of fitness direction "DRUMS alive" in the physical development of preschool children " showed the effective introduction of rhythm in General Physical Training of the child. Because of this technique, children learn to perceive music and express their emotions with the body. Drums are interesting for children.

So, the work of the second day of the Forum was held in an atmosphere of lively interest: scientific reports and round tables, exhibitions and master classes, according to the participants words', opened many opportunities for them.

"Forum was wonderful, very informative, informative, something to think about in the future, what to look for in the future profession and what IT technologies can be used," the student Alsu Khusainova said .

Participant of the Forum Elizaveta Magrova, a third-year student of the Department of Philology, also shared her impressions: "I took part in the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum in the panel of" Digitalization of education: directions and prospects". On the first day she made a report "Pedagogical communities as a resource of professional development", and today I was an active participant and listener. During these days I have gained a lot of new knowledge and experience! The following discussion methods were used in this panel: "Six Thinking Hats" by Edward de Bono, World Cafe. The forum was attended by students from other universities, it was interesting to hear their opinions and share experiences." "I want to thank the Forum, I learned a lot of new and useful things. The program was very interesting and rich."

From System of uninterrupted pedagogical education to pedagogy in general: new questions of the founder of the the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum: interview with the rector of SSUSSE O. D. Mochalov.

Organizing a public discussion of scientific problems, attracting the public attention to them is always a difficult and responsible task. About what difficulties and successes faced by the founders of the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum, we were able to talk with the rector of the Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education, Professor, Doctor of Historical Sciences Oleg Dmitrievich Mochalov:

- Oleg Dmitrievich, you are acting as the organizer of such a large event for the second time. Please, tell us, who was the initiator of the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum and what goals does the university set when it takes responsibility in the organization of such an event?

- The initiator of the the the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum was originally Volga Orthodox Institute from the city of Togliatti. The main goal is to unite the efforts of teachers of higher and secondary schools for the development of education in the Volga Region and in the Samara region. A person goes to study, starting from kindergarten. First, it takes place in a playful way, and then, having received a bachelor's or master's degree, people actually have the opportunity to learn additional education and improve their skills before retirement. We can talk about this endlessly, but I think that it will be at the Forum that we will be able to discuss these issues and adopt resolutions that will be implemented within two years before the next Forum.

- Why is our university organizing a Forum with the Volga Orthodox Institute this year?

- Our university cooperates with the Volga Orthodox Institute, as it is also a pedagogical one. In this educational institution pedagogy plays an important role, and that is why we decided to unite. We also invited another university to participate in the Forum - the Samara branch of the Moscow City Pedagogical University.

- The first professional platform for the exchange of views and experience in the field of pedagogy was organized in 2017. What new things will be presented at the Forum 2019?

- In 2017, the Forum addressed the Issues of Uninterrupted Pedagogical Education. This year we focused on pedagogy in general and the number of sections has increased.

- Are there any practical results or visual solutions to the problems discussed at the First Forum?

- Yeah. The issue of innovative pedagogical technologies in schools, which are introduced at specific lessons for interaction with pupils, has been successfully solved.

- The work of the Forum includes 19 panels, for example, "Modern preschool education" or "Digitalization of Education". How were the main topics of discussion selected?

- For the selection of topics, a Special Commission was created, proposals from departments, chairs, specialized organizations with which the founding universities cooperate were collected. Depending on this, panel were formed.

- Representatives of parent communities are also invited to participate in the Forum. How do you think parents of students can influence the improvement of the education system?

- I think that parents should be aware of the development of the education system, but they should not lead it. Teachers should do it.

- Forum contunued for 3 days. Do you think there is enough time to share experiences and discuss strategies?

- Of course, it is enough, because third time's a charm.

- Oleg Dmitrievich, what do you think is the main problem in education today?

- I believe that the most important problem is to properly orient the work of the education system to the needs of our country. I think that the Russian Education System should be headed primarily by the interests of Russia.

At the end of the interview Oleg Dmitrievich addressed the participants of the Forum with the wish of good luck and a successful start of scientific endeavors.

The doors of Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education opened for the participants of the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum on November 25. The opening ceremony was attended by the President ofSSUSSE, Chairman of the Samara Regional Branch of the Russian Pedagogical Assembly, Doctor of Philology, Professor Igor Vladimirovich Vershinin. He shared with us the opportunities of the Forum, told us how important for a teacher to be an example for a student and reminded that quality is more important than quantity.

- This Forum was created for the exchange of experience in the field of education. What benefits, from your point of view, should this event bring?

- I carefully looked at the program of the Forum. There are scientific, academic and many applied disciplines. First, it is a great opportunity to exchange experience, both for young teachers and experienced ones. !! It is worth studying today's current trends and outline a plan of action. We have close cooperation with the Orthodox Institute. We no longer oppose secular and spiritual education, but find on the contrary points of mutual great benefit.

- What innovations are lacking in the regional education system?

- Enough.

- How to encourage the pupil and the student to the desire to educate themselves?

"It is a difficult job, but one of the most important tasks is to arouse interest in acquiring knowledge. The possibilities are endless today. When I was a young man, I had to go to the library and look for something by myself. Today it is simplified by Information Technology, but to teach how to use them correctly-this is one task, the second one is that people are looking for what really need. It requires a purpose. I believe that this is formed from kindergarten.

- What subject in the school program is not enough for the formation of personality?

-I think there are enough subject. Another thing is how to methodologically and methodically competently build the educational process in such a way as to take not quantity, but quality.

- How to interest a student in his chosen profession, so that he devoted his future life to it?

It is possible to interest in different ways, and someone, maybe, it is necessary to reject from the chosen profession. There are such students. But in fact, much depends on the personal example of the teacher. Talking all the time: "You have this, then.."it's all nonsense! You need to prove your actions. You need to attend an educational institution. Of course, individual approach is also important. But the personality of the teacher is paramount!

- How to properly distribute the resources of knowledge in lif, which obtained in educational institutions?

"I can say how it should be but I'm not a very well-organized man myself. I can get carried away with one thing today, another tomorrow. And I think that's normal. It also depends on type of the work. Unfortunately, it is impossible to know in advance what knowledge may be needed.

- Galina Efimovna, You are the coordinator of politic party "the United Russia", project "New school". It involves the reconstruction and construction of school buildings, updating equipment, retraining, expanding the scope of additional education of children, creating an accessible educational environment, ensuring equal opportunities for participation in the educational process for children, regardless of the territory of their residence. Do you think that today's the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum is aimed at solving these problems?

- If you are talking about party projects, "New school" in particular, since I am the coordinator of this project, then here is what is important for me: communicating with people, the political party develops some directions. The United Russia party declares them. Many of them appear in state programs and national projects, which the President announced. that's why the objectives of the national and party projects are oftenthe same. This is how it should be, because the ruling party declares the main directions and the tasks that need to be solved. When you mentioned it, you basically talked about the reconstruction of the building, the creation of additional places in kindergartens, but it is not enough just to create conditions, you need to breathe life into these walls, and therefore the work of the actual educators, teachers and the programs that will be implemented is very important here. And pre-school education is the first stage of education today, so I think that the importance of the Second Volga Pedagogical Forum and such things is that they unite everyone in solving the different tasks that we have listed. !! !!!

- What issues of modern education do you think are the main ones for the Samara region?

- In the first question, you said constructive and important tasks that are solved by the government, and many public organizations. The tasks for today are also very difficult tasks that cannot be passed over. so, as part of party project, we discuss the emotional state of children and young people, and their main aspirations in life. It is a big problem when children are simply afraid to go out into adult life, when they are afraid of the future. We see negative trends, which may be associated with an increase aggression among children. That's why teachers, especially psychologists are faced with problems: how and what to oppose these trends, how to work with the family, with the school, how to work in children's groups. Today it is very important that children's groups were united. Children need to communicate in their environment, and for this we need ideas for communication, projects that could unite children. So, the volunteer movement, mountain man or scientific creativity of young people-these are the forms where a young person can express himself, where he can see his need, that is why, these are the areas in which children should begin to realize themselves, then in adulthood to find themselves and decide.

- in Your opinion, what should a modern teacher be like?

it is difficult to answer this question in brief.

Teacher should be interesting to children. I remember the answer to this question on the Internet : "Teacher of the future, what would you like him to be? Answer: "Unlimited amount of his own knowledge."

A teacher who is ready for the new information, for development, ready, like children, to ask questions and, perhaps, not yet have ready answers. Ready answers it's not always interesting, but to look for answers with children, to lead them to where they will be interesting-that's the task of the teacher. We are often limiting children today, they have absolutely almost not used to work, we are more focused on aesthetic education, on scientific achievements, and people in different areas can express themselves. The teacher of the future should to be able to see in each child that where it will be able to realize himself and to help children to realize themselves. Tearcher should be a bold, impetuous, self-confident person and very creative.

- Now many schools use additional workbooks, which are often not too cheap. Do parents have to buy these workbooks or is it possible that the school provides the necessary material for students?

- No, the school, of course, provides workbooks. It is a personal notebook of each child. The school has an Association of the parent community, boards of trustees. Decisions are not made solely by the Director, but by the entire teaching staff or jointly with the parent community. And when it is a general decision, such questions do not arise. In general, today they are trying to provide the school as best as possible. And then workbooks are all in electronic form. Today we talked about a new textbook on the history of the Samara region. It was received free of charge by all the students (100 thousands) who started studying this course. !!! This is an interactive textbook, because if you scan the QR code by the gadget, then you will enter the textbook's site. And there you can work, there are a lot of tests, and everything individual, like a workbook.

The case you described shows a lack of common decision-making.

- Now there are a lot of young professionals who have just graduated from colleges/universites, who in fact do not know anything yet and are not able to teach children anything. How to deal with this problem?

-If you're already leaving the Institute, you should know something. Here, probably, first of all questions it is necessary to present to themselves. And you have to learn to be competitive.

In general, teaching is a talent in fact, and even experienced teachers are constantly learning. I worked for a long time in the center of education development of the city district of Samara, in fact, I created this center. This is where Samara teachers are trained, and I must tell you that a real, good teacher, at least most of the teachers, are constantly on some kind of advanced training courses, they are in some new projects, precisely in order to master new techniques, techniques, to make the educational process more interesting. And here a person who graduates the university, even if he was studying at the university, was not interested in teaching, it is bad. Perhaps the main problem is that it is difficult to move from student life to independent life, but today it is not such a transition as we had. Most of the guys are already working and going to those schools where they had practice, remained there for small hours to work. Another thing is that sometimes a person, when he has already entered the practical sphere, realizes that not everything he does, and it is not terrible to change the profession. Like any other profession, it may not be for everyone, and you can understand it not when you came to university, but when you graduated or when you came to work at school. It is not necessary to be afraid of it, it is necessary to change sharply, to look for itself and opportunity to receive further education. But if you feel the spirit of the school captures you, then you only need to study systematically. It is a grea, emotional,physical and mental work.

- Galina Efimovna, returning to today's event. Do you think that 19 areas of the Forum, more than 70 institutions from Samara, Tolyatti, Zhigulevsk, Kinel, Otradny, Almetyevsk (Republic of Tatarstan), Verkhneye Sancheleevo, Ust-kinelsky, Krotkovo, Pokhvistnevsky district, Privolzhye, Khryashchevka and other territories are able to develop strategic solutions to the problems of education in our region?

- Well, strategic objectives have been produced for the development of education. Firstly, the Forum is very important in order to give an analysis of how the process in education is developing- Secondly, the Forum is very important in order to to see those new sprouts, which are very important to support, because in general, not the Forum will decide the development of the education system. It is a huge army of teachers, those educational institutions that every day take part in solving these problems, those teachers who every day enter the classroom. And in order to this process was the most appropriate time, respond needs child this Forum is important. It seems to me, the Forum has very great value because you need the place where you can check all your professional skills.

29 January 2019

The Day of Russian Students in SSUSSE

On January 25 an activists rewarding of SSUSSE and celebration of the Day of Russian Students was held at the entertainment complex "Paint House".

The most active students were awarded in four categories: scientific, social, sporting and creative activities.

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Students who expressed themselves in science were awarded by the Vice Rector for Educational and Methodical Work and the Quality of Education ofSSUSSE Natalia N. Kislova.

The most caring public persons of our University were congratulated by the Director of the Municipal Budgetary Institution of Samara Youth Centre Dmitry N. Krivov.

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Vice Rector for Additional Education, Career Guidance and Public Relations of SSUSSE Alexey B. Shchelkov, congratulated the strong-willed and successful athletes representing the University at competitions of different levels.

The most active and creative students of the University were the nominees too. Dean of the Department of Culture and Art Alla G. Gokina awarded activists and wished them further success.

After the award ceremony, an interactive platform with contests and valuable prizes from the University was opened on the territory of the entertainment complex. Moreover, students of the University competed in bowling.

Congratulations to all students of the Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education!

29 January 2019

Erasmus+: Semester Traineeship Program

From September 2018 up to January 2019, we, the 5th year students of the Department of Foreign Languages, Shainis Maria and Kulakova Alla, were trained at the Anadolu University (Turkey) under the Erasmus+ program. Having returned home, we would like to share our impressions about life in Eskisehir.

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Erasmus+ is a European Union student exchange program. The guys from ESN (Erasmus Student Network) helped us with accommodation, consulted on issues related to the paperwork, organized our trips to different cities and just always been there in case something goes wrong. Thanks to ESN, almost 80 people from 26 countries were able to meet and make friends.

The process of socialization was very active: every month we went on trips to get acquainted with the traditions and culture of Turkey. Together with foreign students and ESN coordinators we visited Antalya, Kusadasi and Cappadocia. We also visited Istanbul on our own, the city where East and West merge together.

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Of course, most of time we spent in Eskisehir, because our everyday life was devoted to learning. I would like to note the impressive size of the two Anadolu University campuses: several huge dining rooms, a lot of cafes, a supermarket, a music school, a sports centre, a library, a cinema are located on the territory of the University. Sometimes we did not even want to leave the campus, because the buildings were warm, cozy, there were spacious lounges and wide sofas where you can take a nap, if there is a gap between classes. In September and October we were amazed by its beauty green gardens, clean ponds, sparkling fountains and unique sculptures.

As for education, the system is fundamentally different from the Russian one, so it was incredibly interesting and exciting to study. We carried out various projects, wrote scientific works, worked in groups and pairs, and also discussed many things, trying to find answers to questions of teachers. Emotionally we felt as comfortable as possible, because both teachers and students were always ready to help us.

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Dear students, if you have a desire to go for a traineeship, try not to miss this opportunity. Life abroad will help you to broaden your horizons, make foreign friends, improve your English, understand what you want to do in life, to know yourself. You will learn to listen to and hear different people, become more loyal to other people's flaws and mistakes, as well as become more responsible and confident.

5th year students of the Department of Foreign Languages

Sheinis Maria and Kulakova Alla

29 January 2019

Semester traineeship at the Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic)

From September 2018 to February 2019 I was able to go on an exchange program to the Masaryk University. These were unforgettable months of my student life! Now, being in Russia, I am grateful to my University for this experience. As a future teacher I was interested to explore the European education system from the inside. During my traineeship, I learned from wonderful teachers, professors from the Department of Slavistics, passed interesting training courses related to Russian literature and language. Due to the fact that you choose courses to study, you get the opportunity to dive deeper into the field of knowledge, to distribute the load depending on your capabilities and get as many hours of training as you want.

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Also, my training at the Masaryk University have borne fruit in the field of language learning: I not only successfully passed the exam on the Czech level A1 and tried to communicate in this language, but also practiced my spoken English with foreign students. I also learned the Czech culture, met interesting people. I was able to communicate with representatives of different countries: not only the Czech Republic, but also Spain, France, Italy and others.

Students life was in full swing. Many events, concerts, charity meetings, joint trips for every taste. To Brno I arrived alone, but quickly met friends with whom we went to concerts, movies, Erasmus parties, studied at the same courses, went to neighbouring cities and countries.

We were pleasantly surprised by the prices for students to travel in Europe: I managed to visit several cities of the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Austria in my spare time. Moreover, I caught Christmas in the Czech Republic: I spent it with the family of my Czech friends who agreed to host me on this important day in their home. It was wonderful: gifts, traditional cuisine, Christmas songs and friendly atmosphere.

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The experience of studying and living in the Czech Republic left feeling of warmth and joy in my heart, and the people I met will remain my good friends, I share with them common memories of this beautiful country, ready to embrace you and open up new opportunities.

Shumakova Ekaterina

December 8, 2018

Volunteer of SSUSSE

This year undoubtedly will be remembered for the FIFA World Cup 2018. The World Cup brought people from all over the world together, focused attention on our country and of course on our beloved city. Every citizen felt the holiday and lived with pleasure in this holiday for a whole month.

Nevertheless, we all know that the event of such a colossal scale would not have passed at such a high level without volunteers. The championship showed that we can be hospitable and approachable with strangers. Our volunteers by their example showed the hospitability of our city and country.

Everyone knows that 2018 was declared the year of the volunteer and it is absolutely deserved. Volunteer activity has become a link between the components of our life, as volunteering has different kinds, ranging from event-volunteering to volunteering in the social sphere and health care. In fact, volunteer is the person who, first and foremost, spares no effort and time to do good things There are about 670 people of that kind in SSUSSE! These are absolutely open people, having communicated with whom, you will understand that everyone can become a volunteer, but to be one - is a big work!

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On December 5, 2018, a solemn ceremony of awarding students and teachers who have made a significant contribution to the volunteer activities was held in SSUSSE. The event was divided into three parts: presentation of memorial signs "For participation in the world Cup in Samara", presentation of volunteer books and certificates of completion of the school "Academy of volunteers", awarding letters for active volunteers. Students and teachers, who participated in the World Cup as volunteers, received memorial signs from Vice Rector of SSUSSE.

Newly-made first-year volunteers, successfully passed the Academy of Volunteers, received certificates and their first volunteer books, which will be filled with notes about kind activities.

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At the end of the event, the Vice Rector for additional education, career guidance and public relations presented letters of thanks to students whose efforts developed volunteer activity at the faculties of our University.

Such a good and eventful volunteer year ends with pleasant awards. Even more interesting volunteer projects are waiting for our students, because in 2019 a Volunteer centre will appear on the basis of SSUSSE!

December 4, 2018

DMPI students became judge's assistants at the Robofest

The festival "Robofest" is the largest robotics festival in Europe and one of the largest in the world. First tournament in robotics was held in the Samara region in 2014 under the name "Regional tournament of mobile robots 2014". In 2015, the Samara region raised the status of these scientific and technical competitions of creative youth, children and teenagers aged 6 and over. Today our region is one of the five regions of Russia, conducting district robotic festivals.

The main purpose of the festival is to develop the intellectual and creative potential of schoolchildren and students of educational universities and institutions of the Samara region, to attract the attention of talented young people to the field of high technology, to promote the popularization of engineering and technical professions.

Annually the festival is attended by children and youth involved in scientific and technical creativity from different cities and districts of the Samara region and the regions of the Volga Federal district. Thus, at the festival held in the first winter days, there were teams of young talents from the Perm region, Orenburg and Chelyabinsk regions.

The festival Robofest-Volga region is a qualifying stage of the all-Russian competitions, this year its winners will represent the Samara region at the XI all-Russian technological festival Robofest in Moscow.

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The Department of information technologies and communications of the Samara region and the Ministry of education and science of the Samara region are traditionally the organizers of the festival Robofest. In 2018, the organizers of the event also included the children's technology Park Quantorium-63 region and the non-profit partnership "Regional project centre of the promotion of knowledge in the field of socio-economic and information technologies. The partners of the festival were: Samara regional Institute of advanced training and retraining of education workers, Samara State Transport University, Samara State Technical University, Samara Energy College, Samara regional centre of gifted children, Samara youth Union territorial public organization of the Russian youth Union in the Samara region. In addition, SSUSSE also became a supporting organization.

On 1 and 2 December at the exhibition centre "Expo-Volga" students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics ofSSUSSE under the guidance of associate Professor of Informatics, applied mathematics and methods of teaching Nikolai Burtsev first became judges assistants of the IV district robotic festival "Robofest-Volga region 2018".

During the weekend more than 30 students of the 3rd year of the DMPI of all profiles of training provided effective assistance for the festival organization. Our students played roles of the judge's assistants, controlling all stages of the large-scale festival in all its categories. Moreover, there were children and grandchildren of the DMPI teachers.

Part of the robotic competitions was held at the Samara State Technical University, where the members of the jury were teachers of the Department of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods . The dean of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics Vladimir Aniskin made a welcoming speech at the opening of the second day of the festival and wished luck and victory to all participants. Our dean came to the tournament not only as a guest of honour, but also as a loving grandfather "cheer" for his grandson Andrew.

Without a doubt, the festival "Robofest-Volga region" gives great opportunities to its participants, because the winners of the competition will be sent to Moscow to represent the Samara region at the all-Russian robotics tournament. Last year, more than 30 teams from the Samara region from different educational organizations were represented at the all-Russian festival. As a result of these competitions, Samara region took 13 prizes. Current district robotic festival gathered almost a thousand participants from Samara and neighbouring regions. Every year the number of participants of the tournament only increases, because the robotics festival supports gifted young people and enhances the prestige of engineering professions.

December 3, 2018

Polish culture in Samara

The students attended events dedicated to Polish culture. The festival "The Volga Polonian: days of Polish culture in Samara" was held at different locations of the city. One of the days of the festival, a conference with the writer and playwright Vitaly Dobrusin was held at the People's Frendship Centre, during which his documentary film was shown. Vitaly Abramovich is the head of holding "The Samara destinies". One of his films won the "IX international festival of documentary films dedicated to Vladimir Vysotsky" in Koszalin and received a huge response among the Polish audience. This film tells how important it is to appreciate the past, to support things uniting people namely, cultural heritage. For example, in Poland Vysotsky known no less than in Russia and beloved as much. Even in the musician's honour a museum was opened in Koszalin by the enthusiast Marlena Zimnaya in May 1994 in her apartment. The basis was the collection of Marlena, which she began to compile in 1984. The initial fund had 500 exhibits. Currently the museum has more than 15,000 exhibits from different countries.

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- Vitaly Arkadievich, you told us that Poles treat Russian with great warmth. Poles study our culture; they are very interested in poets.

- How do you think, should we study Polish art?

- This question can be answered unambiguously. Polish culture is really great. Frederic Chopin, Janusz Korczak, Andrzej Wajda and many others. These are the artists and actors we know and love. Poles are close to Russians in spirit and mentality. Knowledge and study of Polish culture will be beneficial for us.

- How did you help the Museum in Koszalin?

- I sent a lot of stuff, helped Marlena. She tracked what was new in Russia, connected with Vysotsky. Marlene was interested in everything: books, films, commemorative medals, coins. The disease she had been fighting against for several years, won. We had been communicating until her death. I know that about 25 thousand exhibits were in the Museum when Marlena Zimna passed away. I hope the collection will be saved.

November 28, 2018

"O všech lidech, co kdy ?ili na téhle planet?"

The master of Philology Zbynek Mikhalek taught a course on the Czech language for bachelors and masters (program "Russian literature in the world cultural space"). Zbynek Mikhalek's classes in the Czech language, appreciated by students and teachers, contained interesting topics: literary translation of poems by the Czech poet-bard Jaromir Nogavica. Students acquainted with poems, with translations by Vladimir Vysotsky in the Czech language, made by J. Nohavica, and perform their own translations of such works as "Comet" and "Sarajevo".

The poem "Comet" filled with deep philosophical content came home to everyone. As a result, students made different translations of this text:

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(About forest, water and grass
And death, that could not be passed.
Fealty, bright and love about
And people who lived on the earthly round.).

Traditionally, there was the screening and discussion of Czech films in the original language. This time was organized the screening of the beloved Czech fairytale "T?i o?í?ky pro Popelku", also known as "Three Wishes for Cinderella" based on the fairy-tale by Bozhena Nemtsova.

Discussion of the movie was focused on the following topics: the plot invariant of the "Cinderella story", the image of Cinderella in world literature, the comparison of the Cinderellas image in different cultural traditions.

During the same period, Svetlana Sadikova (graduate of the Institute of Slavic studies of the Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic)) was going through scientific internship at the Department of Russian, Foreign literature and methods of teaching literature.

Under the leadership of V. V. Bondareva, associate Professor, head of the International Office, students are trained for internship at the Institute of Slavic studies of the Masaryk University in Brno. Currently, 3rd year student of the Department of Philology Katerina Shumakova successfully passes a semester internship.

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The agreement on international cooperation between universities gives opportunities for study, science, creativity and real-life communication!

November 9, 2018

Students of the Department of Foreign Languages (DFL) visited the Breakthrough research centre of the Samara State Medical University

On November 2 students of the DFL visited the Breakthrough research centre "IT in Medicine" at the Samara State Medical University (SSMU). SSMU forms a new branch of the region's economics information technologies in medicine. Today, the Centre develops projects of medical systems based on simulation, cognitive and virtual reality technologies.

Our students were interested to see the achievements of local scientists: all developments are widely used in medical facilities in Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan; moreover, negotiations with the European and Chinese markets are under way. In addition, students were able to work with new tools and were happy for the students and teachers of SSMU, who actively use them in the educational process.

For example, hardware and software system Pirogov - is an interactive educational software that allows to build the logic of teaching students and doctors clearly. The usage of the software allows to create a full cycle of teaching from the visual acquaintance with the anatomical materials and receiving the information in texts up to checking the quality of knowledge and automatic processing of results. This complex is an interesting one because it helps to see the human body in segments. In particular, looking at healthy and diseased organs displayed on the monitor, SSUSSE students decided to pay more attention to their health.

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Trainings on simulators, created with the usage of virtual reality technologies, allow improving the quality of medical education significantly and reduce costs. Such trainings may prepare students for real surgery practice and reduce the number of medical errors in future. Our students had an opportunity to try to master practical surgical skills, working with manipulators.

Game simulator ReviMotion is designed for rehabilitation of children with different disorders of motion activity, including children with cerebral palsy. The simulator passes clinical testing in the Samara regional rehabilitation centre for disabled children and teenagers and in the paediatric section in the Samara city clinic #1, proving its effectiveness.

Acquaintance of our students with the Breakthrough research centre was fascinating. Students showed curiosity and desire to find the truth including passionate attempt to finish virtual surgery favourably for the "patient". The head of the centre Bugaeva O.G. offered students to develop the English language course for schoolchildren, attending the centre, in order to prepare for admission to SSMU. It was a pleasure not only to be proud of excellent research centre, but also to get a business proposal!

Students shared their impressions and opinions:

Ekaterina Kiryukhina: "Modern technologies play an important role in all spheres of education. First priority should be given to the self-development. So we are happy that civilization does not stand still. Modern developments of the SSMU allow doing surgery in virtual reality and provide comprehensive training of SSMU students. It's extremely important for us as future teachers to adopt the experience of using such technologies for teaching schoolchildren, because interaction is an advanced direction of education".

Natalia Zhorina: I was impressed by the virtual reality glasses and the kinect (which are seemingly game industry tools) because they were used in therapeutic aims. Thus, we are filled with confidence that Russian medicine is second to none.

Lyudmila Zhernakova: "I really enjoyed doing operations in virtual reality. I believe that this technology has a great future. Medicine is an area where researches have great potential, because millions of people around the world need qualified medical care. It was a pleasure to discover that Russian medical workers constantly improve the quality of operations, treatment, etc".

Regina Shayakhmetova: "We learned a lot about modern innovative technologies in Russia, tried ourselves as surgeons, saw devices that enable children with diseases of the musculoskeletal system to develop coordination. This centre left a lasting impression and changed our understanding of the level of medicine in Russia".

Ulyana Petrova: "Some devices just need to be instulled in every hospital in our city. Simulators for future doctors also did not leave me indifferent. Medicine is our future, so it was very nice to learn that in our city there are simulators for preparing qualified specialists".

Anastasia Nikolaeva: "A trip to the morphological department of SSMU brought a lot of emotions! And skills! Where else would we have tried to do an endoscopic surgery?! In fact, having visited this place I began to be proud of the work of our scientists, especially I was struck by a miracle tools for movements coordination of children with disabilities and for people who have suffered a stroke. Wish prosperity to your Centre!"

Maria Erina: "The excursion was an opportunity to broaden my outlook and learn about the achievements of science and medicine in our city. The tour included an interactive part as a practice, where everyone could try their hand at the operation. Very useful and unique experience, even if I am not related to medicine at all".

Vera Stetsenko: "We were asked: "Why are you teachers interested in medicine and the use of IT?" It may seem strange, but it was extremely interesting to get rid of casual affairs, to leave usual sphere of activity and try something completely new, because the world has so many interesting and fortunately available things. We tried ourselves as surgeons and therapists, helping people to restore motor activities after a stroke. All this seemed to us very interesting, because usual things, which are used for entertainment, can benefit people and even save lives. We were glad to visit such an interesting place, everyone should visit it.

Tatiana Olonicheva: It was an unusual experience - to learn about the technologies in modern medicine, which in my opinion is the future of the most complex operations. I especially want to note the simulator with virtual reality glasses for surgery. As a person who is not accuanted with this field, this excursion was entertaining, but for Medical University students it is incredibly useful, as these simulators give them the algorithm of operations.

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In conclusion, we add that this tour is useful for everybody, especially for people who try to follow new technical developments in the field of medicine.

October 26, 2018

Samara-Eskisehir: academic mobility

Due to the cooperation between SSUSSE and Anadolu University (Eskisehir, Turkey) two students Beril Sönmez and Yagmur Ciftci study at the Department of Foreign Languages.

Students of groups 32A and 34A shared their thoughts about the advantages of joint studying with foreign students:

"Studying together with foreign students is not only interesting and unusual activity, but also useful one. Thanks to them, we break the language barrier and destroy stereotypes. We enlarge our knowledge of foreign culture and at the same time open our own. Finally, just communicating with people who are not like us lets you see certain things differently.

Daria Popova group 34A

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Daria and Yagmur are cooking borsch together

"Studying with foreigners in one group we have the opportunity to sink into another culture to learn about their values and behavior, for example, their approach to learning and attitude to people of other nationalities. Also, this is a great opportunity to break the language barrier and destroy false stereotypes.

Mukhataeva Olga group 32A

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The Orthodox altar screen made a lasting impression on Beril

"International student exchange is an incredibly interesting experience for both foreign students and for us, their groupmates. We all get a chance to share our experiences and impressions; a chance to realize what different people live in the world, sometimes with absolutely polar views on life. As a result we have an invaluable opportunity to look at ourselves and our country from the other side and, at the same time, become more tolerant towards other cultures.

Anastasia Serikova group 32A

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Yagmur walking around the favourite place of Samara citizens embankment of the Volga River

Studying with the international students, we have an opportunity to brush up our language skills, to learn more about their culture and lifestyle, to teach them our cultural values and behaviours, even to help them become Russian persons. We understand that it can be hard for them to adjust to the new culture, thats why we support them and encourage the girls to join the team and realize themselves not only as a part of our friendly group, but also of the whole country.

Svetlana Pankratova group 32A

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Beril, Yagmur and students of groups 32A and 34A. Russian Style Party in Maximilians restaurant

"Having watched the behaviour of our students in an international atmosphere, I noticed that they have become a little different more responsible and adult. I think that these twenty-year-old girls and boys are already aware that they are responsible for the image of Russia. After all, according to their speech, manners and actions, two Turkish girls will judge all of us, the Russians. I proud of our students, who understand and appreciate healthy patriotism, which appears in such seemingly minor moments.

We, as hospitable Russians, organized for Beril and Yagmur a tour through the autumn city and arranged a truly Russian dinner, where fed overseas guests with red caviar and borsch.

Senior Lecturer of the Chair of the English Language, curator of groups 32A and 34A O.M. Adaeva.

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Yagmur in the Zagorodny Park (Gorky Park)among the trees in a golden dress

October 22, 2018

International foresight session "Effective pedagogical education"

The aim of the foresight session was to: discuss some problems of current practice of pedagogical education and its future development in Russia.

This event was attended by 136 people.

Heads of educational organizations, business representatives, teachers of higher education and school teachers, specialists of departments of education were invited to participate in the foresight session.

Moreover, foreign colleagues took an active part in the foresight session.

St?phane Solotareff - French analytical psychologist, mentee and follower of Paul Diel (author of the method of motivational psychoanalysis), three times Phd, Professor of HEC (Higher School of Education, France), Director of EHEPM (Higher School of Psychological Research of Paul Diel's Method, France).

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On October 19, the foresight session was opened by the chief of the Chair of Psychology and Social pedagogy of the Department of Primary Education, candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Senior Lecturer S. A. Sevenyuk. She welcomed all the participants of the event and thanked the guests for their attention to the topic of the session.

After the welcoming remarks, Stefan Solotareff made a speech. He spoke about the areas of cooperation between France and Russia in the field of education. Stefan Solotareff thanked for the attention to France and their experience in the field of education.

He noted the innovation of our University in all areas of educational activity, and expressed gratitude to the President of the University, PhD in Philology, Professor Igor Vershinin and rector, PhD in History, Professor Oleg D. Mochalov.

Then the discussion platform "What motivates a person for education?" was opened. Moderator of which was a candidate of Psychological Sciences, Senior Lecturer of the Chair of Psychology and Social Pedagogy of the Department of Primary Education N. L. Bykova.

Following the discussion platform was presented a master class "The usage of modern pedagogical technologies to improve the quality of education."

The second day of the event was opened with a discussion "How to learn in the digital world?". The questions of the possibilities of digital education, its impact on personal development and the role of the teacher in digital education were discussed.

The foresight session ended with a plenary meeting "Profession of the digital world". The participants highlighted that, despite the opportunities of digital resources and technologies, the personality of the teacher remains a priority resource for personal development of the student. However, the role of digital resources in adult education can often dominate a teacher.

The foresight session concluded:

- it is necessary to strengthen cooperation with foreign partners in order to promote the Russian experience in education which facilitates entering into a single global educational field; to solve similar problems together;

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- the experience of using digital education technologies to ensure conditions for the development of abilities, creative needs and interests of students of different ages and social groups in order to achieve group and individual educational needs of the individual should be more widely promoted.

October 19, 2018

"I can't imagine my life without Antarctica anymore"

From 15 to 19 of October in Samara and Samara region the XXIII festival "Cinema for children" was held, where Olga Stefanova presented her documentary "Vostok station. On the threshold of life." The meeting with the camerawoman and director was opened by N. N. Kislova, Vice-rector of educational-methodical work and the quality of education of SSUSSE.

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And then the most interesting thing began the story how that passion for Antarctica appeared in Olga Stefanova's life.

Future director had been looking for something for a long time: Olga graduated from the department of journalism of Moscow State University, but her work on television confused her with its rapid pace and lack of opportunity to see the real life. Olga shared her memories: "You hand over the material, and everything ends, but for you, in fact, the story just begins". Then Olga Stefanova graduated from the Directing Department of VGIK (All-Russian state institute of cinematography of S. A. Gerasimov). She still remembers her student days and mentors fondly.

The main topic of conversations in VGIK was: What to make a movie about? The answer to Olga came out of the book by Vladimir Sanin "Antarctica hardly let you go of." And then finally it all came together, because young director "was always seek to run away somewhere far for a long time". Antarctic became the "long-term observation zone" for O. Stefanova.

There's been written a lot about Olga's films, but any reviews or even interviews with the director herself may hardly give an idea of the atmosphere which were created that October evening in the lecture hall of our University. The narrator was extremely sincere and very emotional in her monologue and answers to questions. For example, remembering her experiences during the first trip, director mentioned her cold urticaria. Stefanova was not afraid of urticaria, but the fact that she might not have been taken to Antarctic. There exactly director found the right texture, real human stories, which became the central storyline of the film "Wintering".

When Olga told about the painful break between arrives to Antarctic, anyone understood its about entire life's work.

After thinking about the choice of profession and temporary work as a nurse in a military hospital, Olga Stefanova received an offer from the TV channel "Russia-1" not only to make a film about "What is Russia in Antarctica", in other words about all Russian polar stations, but also to become a special correspondent of news program. The first special correspondent from Antarctica in the history of Russian journalism! Is not that a triumph of faith and willpower?

There was a place for both moods: comic and tragic ones. They were interlinked in the story about the camera Sony: obsessed with the idea to shoot a real storm "in the reflected action" Olga Stefanova caught the right moment in the ship's kitchen, but did not take into account the force of the nature as a result, the expensive equipment shattered into pieces. Technicians from the crew came to the rescue, and the first reports for the program "Vesti" were shot on camera "wound with black tape". Such vivid stories made the meeting unique. Olga spoke frankly about the joys and sorrows, and about difficult relationship of polar explorers in the confined spaces of the stations, where everyone somehow tries to create a cozy atmosphere. Olga also presented the trailer of her new film "Buromskiy Island".

(https://youtu.be/FeN1LMy7uyI )

Students and teachers of SSUSSE literally bombarded the guest with questions, each of which she answered in detail, remembering the accident on a cross-country vehicle, when the overturned car fortunately fell near the house of the doctor of the Chilean polar station. Describing in detail the features of adaptation of polar explorers Olga noted, that "it is easier to evacuate from space than from Antarctica".

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"Our life is full of wonderful and strange transformations" - thus poetically we can describe the impression of the meeting with the conqueror of Antarctica, journalist and director of documentary films Olga Stefanova.

October 19, 2018

Sokol Mountains, Sokskiye Tunnels & Tip-Tyav New Route of the Tourist Club "Boomerang"

On October 7, another campaign was held with the participation of members of the tourist club "Boomerang" of Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT. The route was worked out in the suburban area of our city, more picturesque in autumn, and consisted of underground walking and climbing. The underground part passed under the Sokol Mountains in the legendary Sokskiye Tunnels, and the ground (upland) part on the mountain Tip-Tyav.

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Having entered an imperceptible and small mouth of the tunnels, tourists got into an underground labyrinth, the length of which in the middle of the last century was more than 50 km and was the second in Russia. More than 20 years, from the late 1930s to the early 1960s, there were mining for limestone. Today the Sokskiye Tunnels, consisting of eight main parts (points) and the distance between them is almost 30 km, is truly a Paradise for travelers speleologists. However, these amazing caves do not always cause positive feelings among ordinary tourists ... Tunnels are dark, cold and scary. Therefore, a trip to the tunnels always requires strict compliance with safety rules, special equipment (electric lights with good batteries) and a guide with the experience of underground travel. All these requirements were accepted and implemented by our tourists.

The tunnels met the travelers with a suspension bridge and low underground vaults, which rose higher and higher as they moved forward. Afternoon snack also took place in the cave. In general, time spent in the tunnels flew for the participants of the campaign quite unnoticed. Tired, but happy, having met no ghosts, proud of the fact that they "did it", the tourists returned to the "terra firma".

Then the travellers rested a bit and had a snack under traditional hiking songs. And then there was the ascent to the mountain Tip-Tyav, which has become familiar to many of the participants of the campaign, but always impressed every tourist with views of the beautiful nature, opening before eyes after climbing to the top. Amazingly warm autumn day, too sunny after cold and dark tunnels, only strengthened the impression.

In the evening all participants of the campaign (on the occasion of the Teachers' Day), safely returned home, having got new energy boost and good mood for the next working week.

October 19, 2018

Students from the Pedagogical University of Ludwigsburg (Germany) at the Department of Foreign Languages of the Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education. Partnership continuous.

From 20 to 29 of September, a seminar on Intercultural Communication was held at the Department of Foreign Languages under the guidance of Dr. Michael Gans, Honorary Professor of SSUSSE, teacher at the Pedagogical University of Ludwigsburg, and senior lecturer of the German Language Department of SSUSSE, candidate of Philological Sciences, Y.A. Blinova.

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Dr. Michael Gans is a frequent guest in our university. His lectures and seminars for the students learning German always have a great success. Dr. Gans arrived with 13 students of the Pedagogical University of Ludwigsburg. During the course, German and Russian students, as well as teachers of the German language department, tried to find answers to the following questions: What is culture? What is communication? What do we mean by intercultural communication? Students reflected in German on rather difficult topics combining the theoretical basis and practical application, on the example of modern German and Russian films.

Active participation in the seminar, acquaintance with Samara (walking along the river Volga, visiting the Stalin's Bunker and the Samara Opera and Ballet Theater), beautiful weather, wonderful mood, hospitality of Russian students, unique experience of communication and teamwork which resulted in films created by students - all this impressed participants of the seminar.

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Feedback from the 4th year student:

Participating in seminars with teachers and students from Germany is a great opportunity to practice and improve German pronunciation. The atmosphere was friendly, conducive to communication. I am grateful to our dean's office and our department of the German language for the experience of intercultural communication. Sorokina Sonya (41n)

16 October, 2018

Samara Ludwigsburg: New form of partnership

The partnership agreement between the Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education and the Pedagogical University of Ludwigsburg was signed in 1995.

For almost 24 years of cooperation, our universitys teachers visits to the Pedagogical University of blooming baroque city (that's what Ludwigsburg is called in all guidebooks) and vice versa, training of our students during one or two semesters in the partner university became a tradition. However, the students of the partner university were not so frequent guests in SSUSSE classrooms.

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Things have changed

Due to the immense preparatory work of senior lecturer of the German Language Department Y.A. Blinova and Honorary Professor of SSUSSE, teacher of the Pedagogical University of Ludwigsburg Michael Hans, the cooperation moved to a new level.

From 21 to 29 of September, a group of 13 German students was in Samara.

German students together with students of the Department of Foreign Languages became participants in a joint seminar. For almost a week, students participated in classroom sessions, got acquainted with Samara (by the way, this visit was the first visit to Russia for all group members), also they made videos together with our students.

The embankment, Stalin's bunker, museums, exhibitions and concerts - a rich extracurricular program was enough for the German guests to get a complete picture not only of Samara, but also of Russia.

The final session of the seminar showed that the visit had ended successfully.

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In the spring of 2019, a new group of German students is expected to visit SSUSSE.

October 14, 2018

Quest for first-year students of the Department of Primary Education in Samara Regional Universal Scientific Library

1st year students of the Department of Primary Education (education programmes: Pre-school education and Primary education) and their curator Senior Lecturer of the Chair of Pre-school Education I.V. Gurova became participants of the quest "Elementary, my dear Watson!", conducted by the staff of the Samara Regional Universal Scientific Library.

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Amazing, full of puzzles quest was built on the Conan Doyle's stories about Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. First-year students were divided into two teams, each of which, having received its itinerary, went to the library departments, which became stations for a certain period of time. Guys needed to guess literature riddles and found necessary information on bookshelves. To perform tasks students had to use imagination, erudition, and they actually tried on the role of detectives and actors!

During the event, first-year students aka future teachers got an idea of the quest as a form of updating the knowledge of pupils and promoting reading in the aspect of global art culture. Students got library cards and promised to become the most active readers.

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To sum up, students said that visit to the Samara Regional Universal Scientific Library caused positive emotions and left pleasant memories.

October 14, 2018

Experience of SSUSSE was presented at the VRME-2018

Students of the Department of Primary Education (programme Primary Education and IT) and the teachers of the Chair of Information Technologies in Education became active participants of the VIII International scientific-practical online-conference "Virtual Reality of Modern Education VRME-2018". It was organized by the Institute of Physics, Technology, and Informational Systems of Moscow Pedagogical State University from 8 to 11 October 2018.

It was a unique in its content and organization four-day marathon. A team of like-minded people gathered to discuss current trends in the development of education: scientists and teachers of higher education, experts in the field of IT penetration of education, school teachers. The focus was on the problems and prospects of the organization and implementation of e-learning, as well as the risks in the work of a modern teacher. Participants of the conference actively shared their experience, expert vision and working tools.

SSUSSE experience was presented with a report "Network interaction of students as a condition of formation of readiness for informal professional development" by the Head of the Chair of ICT O.F. Bryksina.

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The presentation analysed the specifics of the organization and development of student thematic network communities based on the social network Google+, the experience of their use in professional self-development of students. Teachers of the Chair of ICT in education consider student communities as a means of entering students into an open professional environment, a motivator for informal education, which today, in a digital society, is perceived as a trend of the modern system of continuous adult education. And in a rich information and educational environment that provides access to virtually unlimited content, which creates unique conditions for professional communication and builds sustainable and productive professional relations, this should become not just a piece of reality, but also a need.

The problem of developing of such needs is one of the urgent tasks of the system of modern higher education. A University graduate should understand that professional network communities are a unique environment for continuous self-development, characterized by dynamic growth and selectivity (in terms of content), mosaic (in terms of building professional relations) and openness (in terms of interaction organization and opportunities for self-expression).

Since this need may be a source and mean of professional development of the individual, contributing to its movement forward, thus students should be included in this kind of activity during the studying at the University.

Experience of the Chair of ICT in education of SSUSSE was highly appreciated by the conference participants.

October 17, 2018

Students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT visited Samara Quantorium

On October 12, students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT (DMPI) found out more about high-tech equipment, modern computer and robotics, as well as innovative technologies, which our students got acquainted with on an excursion in the Samara children's Technopark "Quantorium-63 region". The excursion was headed by Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Senior Lecturer of the Chair of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods V.A. Ishutin.

This very interesting and useful event for future teachers of Mathematics, Informatics, Physics and Technology was organized due to cooperation of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT and the Regional project centre for the promotion of knowledge in the field of socio-economic and information technologies "Engineering force".

3rd year students of DMPI (programmes IT, Mathematics and IT, Physics and IT) met with the head of Technopark A. Y. Bogatov, who together with his staff had a fascinating conversation with the students, and then showed the various developments of the centre.

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Students visited all five quantums, which are available in the children's Technopark. The first platform was the "Robo-Quantum". There students learn how to set up wireless hardware; establish wireless communication between a mobile robot and a computer using industrial programming tools; master advanced technologies in the field of electronics, mechatronics and programming; gain practical skills; learn to understand the principles of operation, capabilities and limitations of technical devices designed for computer-assisted search and processing.

Then the students learnt the "Air-Quantum". During lessons of Air-Quantum children develop their own projects, solve engineering problems for the design, assemblage and commercial use of uncrewed aerial vehicles. It is not for nothing that the safest mode of transport is such a familiar and ordinary air vehicle as a passenger airliner.

The next platform was the "Cosmo-Quantum". Space has always been a special object of interest for scientists of different epochs. Naturally, the Cosmo-Quantum is highly popular among Samara children, because they live in the city, which is considered to be the space capital of our country. Children with great pleasure study the space industry, creating promising transport and space systems, they also participate in projects that work on the principle of design offices, solving complex engineering problems with the use of specially developed computer programmes.

Not less interesting for the participants of the excursion was the "IT-Quantum", because modern IT is one of the priority directions of Russia development. Here children can master information technologies for solving advanced application; study operating systems, networks and software in order to identify their vulnerability that may lead to unauthorized entrance and use; and master the tools of IT-Analytics.

The final platform of the excursion was the "VR-Quantum". Augmented and virtual reality a special direction of the quantum, which is closely related to any of the other quantum. Computer vision, tracking systems, 3D modeling, etc. are extremely useful for almost all fields mentioned above. Here students can learn how to create their own virtual world; how to work with equipment from futurological films; create their own prototypes of VR helmets and much more!

Our students were interested in all areas represented in the Quantorium, and gladly signed up for training, because each of them can find something to their liking here. Soon we will find out what is easy to be done: to design an uncrewed aerial vehicle, to program a robot or to build a space orbital station?

October 14, 2018

Meeting with German writer Ingo Schulze

Ingo Schulze visited Samara within the literary tour of Russia organized by Goethe-Institut. On 8th of October the presentation of his new novel Peter Holtz. His happy life, told by himself" (Peter Holtz. Sein glückliches Leben erzählt von ihm selbst) was held. The novel was nominated for the German Literary Prize in 2017.

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The central themes of Ingo Schulzes works are life in the GDR, the mentality of the citizens of the GDR, the unification of Germany, the political and social transition from socialism to capitalism. His books translated into 30 languages ??and awarded national and international prizes. The author is a member of the Berlin Academy of Arts, the German Academy of Language and Poetry and the Saxon Academy of Arts in Dresden.

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The meeting with the German writer was attended by teachers of the German language department and students of the Department of Foreign Languages. After the presentation of the book, there was an intensive discussion on the novel's problems, as well as on many topical issues relating to the life of modern Germany.

October 10, 2018

Science life of the Department of Foreign Languages

21st International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL) based on questions of digital transformation of education took place from 25 to 29 of September in Kos, Greece. The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki organized it. More than 500 applications were submitted, each of them went through a two-stage selection procedure. All in all, 230 scientists participated in the conference.

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The leaders of international societies and associations regarding education (from Germany, USA, Austria and Greece) presented their plenary reports.

A great number of critical questions of the world education were discussed: co-projects of universities and enterprises, employers participation in preparation of future specialists, subject-matter developing of learning activity, implementation of new forms of university management, new virtual learning environment, elite education and much more.

E.Y. Makeeva head of the Department of English Philology and Intercultural Communication, candidate of Philological Sciences, senior lecturer and Y.V. Lopukhova head of the Department of Linguistics and Intercultural Communication, PhD in Pedagogy, professor represented Samara at the Conference.

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They spoke about University Teacher Professional Development in the Digital World and that topic aroused high interest among participants from different countries. Ways to improve the competitiveness of a modern university teacher and the quality requirements of high education from international communities were discussed during the presentation.

October 1, 2018

Speech by Professor S.O. Buranok in the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation

On September 26, the International research-to-practice conference "The Munich Agreement: Lessons for the Modern World" was held at the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation.

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Moderators of the conference were Sergey Ordzhonikidze - the Deputy Secretary of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation (CCRF) and Veronika Krasheninnikova - the Vice-Chairman of the Committee of CCRF on the public diplomacy development, humanitarian cooperation and the preservation of traditional values.

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Professor of the History Department of Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education Sergey Buranok gave a presentation on The Old Empires and the new World Order: The Munich Agreement in Evaluation of the US print media. The presentation material was prepared as a part of the project of the Russian Science Fund on basic and exploratory researches in 2017-2020 on the topic Colonial knowledge in the post-colonial era: historical modelling of asymmetric conflicts.

17.04.2018

The students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT are at the XI International Olympiad IT Planet 2017/2018

The results of the second round of the traditional XI International Olympiad in the sphere of IT IT Planet 2017/2018 were announced. The 3rd year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT studying at the training programme Pedagogical education with the specialisations IT and Foreign language (English), Zhmetko Anastasia, and the 3rd year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT studying at the training programme Pedagogical education with the specialisations Physics and IT, Gorlov Mikhail, took part in the Olympiad.

Under the tuition of the candidate of technical sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Alexandr Nikolaevich Chesnokov, our students demonstrated great results in two competitions of this Olympiad: 3D modelling (Gorlov Mikhail) and the competition of free robotics RoboFabric (Zhmetko Anastasia).

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The Mikhail Gorlovs project Intergalactic transportation centre got the 3rd place in the nomination 3D modelling in Privolzhsky Federal District. Unfortunately, to enter the final round Mikhail needed 2 more points.

Anastasia Zhmetko presented her project The ecologically clean transport robotic device and took the 1st place in Privolzhsky Federal District and the 4th place in the Russian Federation in the nomination Sketch of the competition of free robotics RoboFabric.

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These results give Anastasia an opportunity to take part in the final round of the International Olympiad in the sphere of IT IT Planet 2017/2018.

We congratulate our students, their tutor and the leadership of the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT with the high results demonstrated at the Olympiad IT Planet 2017/2018 and wish Anastasia Zhmetko the victory in the final round of the competition!

the assistant dean for scientific and research work of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT,

the candidate of pedagogical sciences,

assistant professor, Zhmetko O.A.

17.04.2018

The Department of Foreign Languages is on TV

The TV and radio company Samara is the biggest state regional TV and radio broadcasting company that is the affiliation of All-Russian state TV and radio broadcasting company. The broadcasting channels are RUUSIA 1, RUSSIA 24, RUSSIA Culture and the radio channels are Mayak, Radio RUSSIA, VESTI FM.

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The first thing seen by the visitors was the pavilion where the news programmes are recorded every day. This place was surprisingly not very big, but its modern design allows the TV viewers to think differently. The students had an opportunity to seat in the TV hosts chairs and even to try themselves in the roles of the speakers of the regional TV.

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The students knew and some professors remembered that in 1969 the Kuybyshevsk TV company filmed the first TV series, the multi-episode film The anxious nights of Samara which was shown on the Central TV. The museum pieces of that period were demonstrated to the guests.

Now the TV and radio company Samara works on the basis of modern TV and radio technologies. The programmes are made with the help of the last generation equipment. It is the broadcast-television complex that creates a signal in the digital form. The company was the first one in the country and region to create the new level of broadcasting organisation. The visitors attended the studios and saw that this work is diligent but very interesting. The stuff of the company Samara consists of very inspiring people and some of them have been working there for the whole life from the very beginning. By the way, we witnessed the process of filming of the programme and saw the commitment of all members of this process.

The students and professors also had a chance to see the biggest pavilion for the talk shows and interviews with guests of different programmes with various themes. We were really proud of the level of facilities and equipment because everything is so modern and with a high quality.

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The holding company also includes the regional radio Radio Russia Samara which has been broadcasting in the region for more than 90 years and the air radio MAYAK. The visit to the last one was marked by the meeting with the leading radio DJ, Anton Samohvalov, who is the 2001 graduate of the Department of Foreign Languages. He welcomed the guests and told about the peculiarities of his work.

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Both students and professors will remember the visit to the main media venue of Samara region for a long time. The student of the group 51A, Efanova Marina, shared her impressions:

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Even though I went to the excursion just for the ride not to be really interested in the TV and radio company Samara, I was really impressed by everything seen there. It was great to observe the filming of the programme from the control room and to talk with the radio DJ, the graduate of our department. But to be honest, most of all I like this new tradition of our foreign language family of students and professors to visit new interesting places, make excursions and spend time together. It makes us closer. Thank you, the department!

16.04.2018

The Total dictation 2018

The motto of the action the Total dictation is Once a year. For everyone who can write. This year SSUSSE invited everyone who wanted to check the knowledge of Russian language for the 8th time. This year the venue was in the campus of the Department of Philology at Leo Tolstoy Street, 47.

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On November 29, 2017, the name of the author of the text was announced at the traditional press conference of the worldwide action Total dictation. The author is the famous Russian writer Guzel Yakhina.

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The action started on April 14 at 15.00 Samara time.

The text was dictated by SSUSSE professors of the Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods: Arteshina Lyudmila Viktorovna, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, Bakalova Zinaida Nikolaevna, professor, the doctor of philological science.

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The results of the dictation will be available on the official website www.totaldict.ru since April 18. On April 25, the consultation with the professors about the results of the Total dictation will be held at Leo Tolstoy Street, 47, at 17.00. It will be organised for the participants who wrote the dictation at our venue.

13.04.2018

The work with young people is also our work

On April 10, 2018, Samara Regional Student Scientific Conference started, and the 4th year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, studying at the training programme Pedagogical education with the specialisation Mathematics and IT, Alexandra Pashkovskaya, presented her work Media art as a mean of youth moral education at the section The organisation of youth work.

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Twenty scientific works covering different aspects of work with young people were presented at the section. Among them there were such interesting reports as Cooperation with the talented youth, Social ads as a way to attract attention to the orphaned children, The influence of PR technologies on the realisation of state youth policy, The youth policy in commercial sector in the case of Ltd. Gazprom Transgaz Samara and so on. All presented reports were highly scientific and demonstrated the authors interest in the relevant sphere of investigation. All works were actively discussed by the participants of the sections.

The work of the student of our department, Alexandra Pashkovskaya, took the 3rd place at the section The organisation of youth work.

We wish Alexandra further success in her not easy but very interesting and important work as the development of youth morality!

the tutor of the group FMFI-b14Mio,

assistant professor of the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods

of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT,

the candidate of pedagogical sciences,

M.E. Ivanyuk.

12.04.2018

The practical part of the research work at the All-Russian level

On March 24-28, 2018, the All-Russian childrens centre Orlyonok held the IV All-Russian young journalists festival Media-wave. SSUSSE student, Alexandra Yanovna Pashkovskaya, together with the members of Samara the most famous childrens TV station Tovarish took part in this festival.

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Alexandra shared her impressions about the participation in the festival:

More than 200 people from all over Russia arrived to the Black sea to learn, share their experience and win. Every day there were different workshops on work skills necessary for TV, radio and print media, professional skills of cameraman and film director. Moreover, all participants of the festival had an opportunity to take part in three competitions.

The delegation from Samara represented by the members of the childrens TV station Tovarish participated in all three competitions. As a result the cooperative work of people from the middle group took the 3rd place in the nomination Media-wave of Orlyonok and the representatives of the senior group became the winners in the nomination The work of counselor is the work of a bird and took the first place in the competition of video ads of International Youth Festival of Social Ads ArtStar. I monitored all these projects.

In general, I visited this festival because it was necessary for the practical part of my research work Media art as a mean of youth moral education which I do under the tuition of the assistant professor of the Faculty of Mathematics and Teaching Methods of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Maria Evgenyevna Ivanyuk. I did it and held the workshop in the frames of the educational programme of the Festival. As a result, at the end I was offered to work in the childrens camp Stremitelnyy of the All-Russian childrens centre Orlyonok. But now the protection of my work is waiting for me.

Alexandra Pashkovskaya,

the student of the group FMFI-b14Mio

12.04.2018

The Department of Psychology and Social Education held the Annual Scientific Conference Science day - 2018

On April 4, 2018, the Department of Psychology and Social Education held the traditional scientific conference Science day - 2018. The conference organised by the Faculties of Psychology and Pedagogic, General and Social Psychology, Special Psychology and Special Pedagogic, Speech-Language Therapy is the main event of student science. The dean of the department, N.I. Bukovtsova, and the vice dean for scientific and research work, L.A. Remesova, are responsible for the organisation of the conference.

The conference was aimed to demonstrate the results of students scientific and research work. More than 80 reports were presented at the conference. These reports were prepared by the 1st-4th year bachelors students and the 1st-2nd masters students under tuition of the leading professors of the faculties.

Traditionally the main requirements for participants are the originality of the report, the analysis of modern achievements in the sphere of theory and practice of general, special and social psychology and pedagogic and the importance of these topics for the development of these disciplines in the modern Russian science.

The conference was opened by the chairmen of the scientific sections, the doctor of psychological sciences, professor, Ekopov G.V., the doctor of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, Miniyarov V.M., the candidate of psychological sciences, assistant professor, Terentyeva N.P., the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, Grosheneva I.A., the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, Fedosova O.Y., the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, Mikhaylova E.A., the candidate of psychological sciences, assistant professor, Khomutskaya E.Y. They welcomed the participants and wished them success. Every year the professors of the faculties make a lot of effort to train the students for the conference and it is the key to their successful presentations.

All participants presentations were announced with short annotations to make them more vivid and to attract more attention of the audience. The professors and students listened all reports with a great interest and asked questions. All these demonstrates that all topics were interesting, actual and important.

In general, the presentations were vivid and it was obvious that they had done a lot of work preparing them. Most of the presentations were made with the help of the multimedia projector. The content of the slides reflected the main points of the report. The speakers explained the charts, tables and diagrams on the slides. The visualisation of the reports helped their better understanding. Such presentations were especially interesting to the audience. They were more convincing.

The scientific conference was held at high organisational and scientific levels. The speakers demonstrated the research skills that allow to find out the offered point of the solution of the problem and to deal with the scientific and research tasks.

The 1st-2nd year bachelors students took an active part in the scientific conference.

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The holiday of student science was successfully held!

12.04.2018

Science Day at the Faculty of Philosophy, History and Theory of World Culture

On April 11, 2018, the Faculty of Philosophy, History and Theory of World Culture held Science Day. The 2nd-5th year students studying at the bachelors programme Cultural education took part in it.

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The conference covered the wide range of cultural issues: the European conquest of America, the Zhiguli Mountains in Art, the Bashkir wedding, the Tatarian national costume, the Jewish diaspora, the town estate in Samara, cultural symbols and others. The students works were assessed by the jury represented by the doctor of philological sciences, the professor of the Faculty of Philosophy, History and Theory of World Culture, I.B. Kazakova, the doctor of historical sciences, the head of the Faculty of Philosophy, History and Theory of World Culture, E.A. Yagafova, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, A.N. Demidova. The winners of the conference are:

1st place is Kutchaeva Yana, the 5th year student,

2nd place is Kozhevnikova Polina, the 3rd year student,

3rd place is Rogov Alexey, the 3rd year student,

3rd place is Litinskaya Yana, the 5th year student.

11.04.2018

The Master of Arts, Zbynek Michalek (Masaryk University, Brno, the Czech Republic) visited SSUSSE Department of Philology

As a part of the masters programme Russian literature in the world cultural environment (the head of the programme is professor E.V. Abramovskih), the Master of Arts, Zbynek Michalek, continued his course The specific of translation of Russian literature into foreign languages (Czech) started in November 2017. The listeners were offered interesting texts for translation, for example poems For a drop of love by J. Varlhlitsky (Za trochu lásky, J. Vrchlický) and A song about love by J. Seifert (P?se? o l?sce, J. Seifert), the Czech poet, a Nobel Prize laureate in literature, and two fairy tales: About Little Red Riding Hood and A cat and a dog baking a cake by Josef Capek (O ?erven? karkulce a Jak pejsek s ko?i?kou pekli dort, J. ?apek). The students tried themselves in the role of translators of literary texts and experts who assess the degree of difference between the translation and the original.

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In the frames of his visit, the Master of Arts, Zbynek Michalek, held the meetings with the students of different years of studying. One of the meetings was devoted to the film Kolja of the film director J. Sverak (Kolja, 1996, J. Sv?r?k) and its discussion.

On March 27, Zbynek Michalek presented a report The translation work in the sphere of Russian language at the MU Faculty of Slavic Studies of the Department of Philology at the session of the Faculty of Russian and Foreign Literature and Teaching Methods (the head of the Department is the doctor of philological sciences, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, O.M. Buranok)

The final point of the visit was the event I see you. Russia and the Czech Republic: how do we see each other? held by the head of SSUSSE Centre of studying Slavic cultures, assistant professor, E.Y. Dolgova.

The participants of this event were SSUSSE students of the Department of Philology, the experts represented by the Master of Arts, Zbynek Michalek, the linguist, M.A. Panitsky, and also the dean of the Department of Philology, S.E. Podlesova, the head of the Faculty of Russian and Foreign Literature and Teaching Methods, O.M. Buranok, the head of the Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods, O.I. Kalnova, the professors of the faculties (E.V. Abramovskih, Y.A. Belkina). The guest of honour was the professor of the Faculty of Choral Conducting and Solo Singing of Samara State Institute of Culture, T.A. Kolysheva.

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The organised event was an interesting vivid talk about the culture of the country with the help of language peculiarities and about the cultural codes and signs that are sometimes understood with the opposite meaning by the representatives of other cultures. At the end all participants took part in the game Believe or not believe to check their knowledge about this wonderful country.

11.04.2018

The youth archaeological conference in Sent Petersburg

On April 2-5, 2018, the Institute of History of Material Culture of Russian Academy of Sciences held the international scientific conference of young scientists. Nearly 70 reports were devoted to the complex researches in archaeology and covered the issues from Palaeolithic to the Middle Ages. The collection of theses was published on the basis of the conference materials. The masters students of the Department of History, N.S. Doga, A.P. Grigoryev, R.V. Zhukov, A.S. Popov, V.A. Smagin, took part in the conference. The results of the researches were presented by the bachelors students of the Department of History, F.F. Gilyazov, L.A. Kurbatova, O.P. Petrova, A.V. Somov. SSUSSE students presented reports covering the complex researches of archaeological monuments of Samara region and its neighbourhoods. The participants of the conference visited the Hermitage, the Kunstkamera, the Museum of Leningrad Defence. The organisers of the conference gave the participants an opportunity to visit the museum of SPbU History. The participation of the students of SSUSSE Department of History was organised in the frames of the project 33.1907 of the governmental task of the Ministry of Education and Science.

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10.04.2018

Italian seasons 2017-2018. The persons of modern Italian culture. Adriano Celentano is a legend.

In the frames of Italian seasons 2017-2018 the Department of Foreign Languages organised an event devoted to the Italian singer, composer, actor and film director, Adriano Celentano. The students of the Department of Foreign Languages studying Italian language and getting additional qualification Translator and Interpreter presented the detailed biography of Celentano and his famous songs. They also demonstrated the fragments of his best films that make him still famous in the world cinematography.

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It was also interesting to listen about him as a public figure, about his beliefs and political actions aimed to protect animals, to learn that A. Celentano is one of the active representatives of the opposition and acts against the environmental pollution. His personal life was also mentioned at the seminar.

The students managed to represent the image of the idol of the masses, a wonderful film director and an outstanding singer, A. Celentano.

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The participants of the event were the students of the department of Foreign Languages, the listeners of the retraining programme with the qualification Translator and Interpreter studying Italian language and also the professors of Italian language of the Department of Foreign Languages, Carmelo Cascone, I.V. Zak and O.V. Nenasheva.

9.04.2018

Smirnova Elena, the French teacher of gymnasium 3, is The best young teacher of the year

On March 6, the Awarding ceremony of the pedagogical contest The leader of education in Samara 2018 took place at school 57 in the housing area Volgar.

According to the jury the winner of the district tour The teacher of the year became Elena Smirnova, the French teacher of gymnasium 3.

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Elena Smirnova told us: I was provided a great support by the gymnasium where the traditions of teaching French are very strong. It is the team of professionals. We have been cooperating since my student years. When I first entered the classroom and felt the childrens energy I could not imagine other profession for myself. Earlier she became the winner of The festival of methodological ideas and the All-Russian contest The pedagogical debut of 2016.

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On March 12, the finalists and winners of The teacher of the year of Samara region - 2018 were honoured in Samara Philharmonic. Smirnova Elena was awarded with the title The leader of education in Samara 2018.

The Department of Foreign Languages congratulates its graduated student and wishes her further success!

9.04.2018

The student of the Department of Natural Science and Geography took part in the youth leader programme Metsuda

The 4th year student studying at the training programme Pedagogical education specialised in Biology and Geography, E.A. Kuznetsova, took part in the training of youth leader programme Metsuda.

The youth leader programme has been held in Privolzhsky and Uralsky federal districts since 2013. Dozens of graduates of this programme are the activists and volunteers of Jewish communities of their regions. The lessons of the programme are held by the trainers and professors from the Higher School of Economy of the Institute of Economics of the Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences.

Metsuda (heb. castle) consists of a leadership, project management, inner self-work, busy schedule, rope course, communication and friendly atmosphere. The results of the programme can be seen in the communities of Ekaterinburg, Nizhny Tagil, Ufa, Izhevsk, Kazan, Penza, Samara and other cities where the graduates of Metsuda, the young leaders realise their projects.

9.04.2018

The international seminar The visual world of culture

On April 18-19, the Department of Culture and Art will hold the international scientific seminar The visual world of culture organised by the Faculty of Philosophy, History and Theory of World Culture.

The seminar will contain the programme of Moscow International Festival of Visual Anthropology which took place in 2017. The programme is represented by Danilko Elena Sergeevna, the executive director of Moscow International Festival of Visual Anthropology, the doctor of historical sciences, professor of Russian Academy of Sciences, the IEA of RAS.

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The films created by the director Liivo Niglas (Estonia) will be also shown at the seminar. The programme is represented by Eva Tuluz (INALCO, Paris, France), University of Tartu (Estonia).

8.04.2018

The regional scientific seminar Modern educational technologies in Geography teaching

The regional scientific seminar Modern educational technologies in Geography teaching was held by the Faculty of Chemistry, Geography and Teaching Methods.

The organiser of this event was the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, E.S. Stepanova, who held the workshop on the use of modern educational technologies at the Geography lessons for the teachers of Samara and Samara region and the students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography.

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This topic was interesting not only for teachers of educational institutions but also for students who can use the offered technologies during their pedagogical practice and in the future work. At the seminar all teachers had an opportunity to share their own experience of use educational technologies at the Geography lessons.

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The participants of the seminar thanked the author of the seminar, E.S. Stepanova, and expressed their wish of future cooperation with Department of Natural Science and Geography.

6.04.2018

The workshop on the peculiarities of literary translation was held at the Department of Foreign Languages

On April 3, 2018, the 2018 graduate student of the masters programme 45.04.02 Linguistic, the French teacher of gymnasium 3, Zhuk Ekaterina Sergeevna, held the workshop on the borrowed word in a literary text and the ways of their translation for the students of the department of Foreign Languages studying at the training programmes 45.03.02 Linguistic and 44.03.05 Pedagogical education.

Ekaterina Sergeevna Zhuk made a presentation of the main results of her scientific research based on the works of a Belgian writer, Amelie Nothomb. The author of the scientific work demonstrated the algorithm of work with different variants of translation (into Russian and English languages) of the borrowed words in the same literary texts Tokyo Fianc?e and Fear and Trembling. The borrowed words in the presented research are seen as the way to describe the identity and national peculiarities of Japanese culture.

Because of bright illustrations, professional and emotional presentation, the public was really interested in the E.S. Zhuks workshop. Not only the great example of public speaking but also the illustration of every stage of work (from the choosing of topic and target setting to the final results) on the scientific text was demonstrated to the student.

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Such experience of holding workshops is very important for the educational process and the development of particular competences necessary for the scientific work.

5.04.2018

The regional competition The best young university professor - 2018

On April 4, 2018, the regional professional competition The best young university professor - 2018 was held with the support of the Trade Union Organisation of Workers in Education and Science of Samara region. SSUSSE Trade Union Organisation was represented by its chairman, the head of the Faculty of Psychology and Social Pedagogic of the Department of Primary Education, assistant professor, Svetlana Alexandrovna Sevenyuk.

As a result of university competition the assistant professor of the Faculty of Physics, mathematics and Teaching Methods, Olga Mikhaylovna Kechina, represented our university at the regional competition The best young university professor 2018.

SSUSSE students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT came to support their tutor and participate in the workshops. They attended all tours of the competition and shouted for their professor.

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The competition contained two tours. In the first one, ten participants, including O.M. Kechina, told about their achievements in their professional work and life.

Then there was a short break and the participants of the competition could have a rest and drink tea. In the second tour all professors held workshops to demonstrate their professional skills in their specialised areas.

The winner of the competition, the finalists and all participants got certificates of merit and financial rewards.

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It should be noted, that the famous graduates of our department (the chairman of the Trade Union Organisation of Workers in Education and Science of Samara region, Antonina Vasilyevna Gudkova, and the head of Samara Children and Youth Art Institution, Sergey Evgenyevich Ivanov) took active part in the organisation and holding of the competition The best young university professor 2018.

Kazak Ekaterina Andreevna,
the 3rd year student of the group FMFI-b15MIo

4.04.2018

The conference Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in the System of General and Additional Education in the Sphere of Foreign Languages

On March 26-27, SSUSSE professors and students studying Linguistic, Foreign regional studies and Pedagogical education took part in the international scientific conference Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in the System of General and Additional Education in the Sphere of Foreign Languages.

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The main topics of the conference:

- The technologies of CLIL as an innovative method of teaching foreign languages.

- The integration of systems of general and additional education in the sphere of foreign languages.

- The dialogue of cultures.

The conference was organised by SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages, the educational company RELOD, Samara Medical and Technical Lyceum, gymnasium 3, Samara International School. 185 professors and teachers of foreign languages from Samara and Samara region. The speakers of the conference were SSUSSE professors: professor M.A. Kulinich, assistant professor O.A. Maksimchik, assistant professor I.V. Drachuk, senior professor E.V. Streltsova; the professor of Samara University, E.G. Kashina; the assistant professor of the Togliatti Management Academy, native speakers from Austria and France, the teachers from Samara Medical and Technical Lyceum, Samara International School and gymnasium 3, the methodologist of the international exam centre Language Link.

The conference contained the following sections:

1. The methodology of interdisciplinary foreign language education of future specialists.

2. The modernisation of foreign language training as a way to improve the quality of education.

3. The sociocultural competence as a part of foreign language communicative competence.

4. The use of CLIL in the frames of realisation of competence teaching model.

5. How to use CLIL in your language classroom.

6. The realisation of interdisciplinary programmes at the foreign language lesson in conditions of bilingual education.

7. The concept of metasubject learning and interdisciplinary approach to learn foreign languages.

8. The development of students creativity with the help of interdisciplinary projects and scientific work and innovative methods.

9. An effective system of students preparation for the final examination.

The participants of the conference thanked the organisers for this interesting and useful event.

SSUSSE students comments:

The conference Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in the System of General and Additional Education in the Sphere of Foreign Languages was very informative, we learned a lot about CLIL, modern educational methods and approaches, the use of Internet resources in phonetics and also about the ways to motivate students to learn foreign languages. I especially liked the presentations made by SSUSSE professors Maximchuk Oksana Alexandrovna, Drachuk Inga Valentinovna, Kulinich Marina Alexandrovna and interesting workshops. I will definitely use this knowledge and experience in my future work. (Prokaeva Alexandra, the student of the group 41A of the Department of Foreign Languages)

I want to thank the organisers and the participants of the conference Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in the System of General and Additional Education in the Sphere of Foreign Languages. It was pleasant and, which is more important, useful and informative to listen to the professionals. The presentations of SSUSSE professors, Maximchuk Oksana Alexandrovna, Drachuk Inga Valentinovna, Kulinich Marina Alexandrovna, were the best! (Darya Buruhina)

These two days of the conference were very useful for every teacher who managed to attend them. I want to mention the open lessons and workshops, because practise is always better than theory. (Anastasia Abramova)

I am impressed by the report of Drachuc Inga Valentinovna about the additional means of learning phonetic (and English language in general). She not only presented useful Internet resources, but also accepted computer games as teaching tools. (Andrey Gladkov)

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We especially liked the presentation made by Maximchuk Oksana Alexandrovna. The presented material was new, interesting and well structured, there was an interaction with the audience and the atmosphere was relaxed. There was an opportunity to discuss everything with the reporter and that was definitely a positive moment. We would like to notice that there was the presentation of material in English. We are grateful for the given opportunity to attend the conference! (Bondareva Anna and Sandakchi Nikolay)

To be honest, at first I thought that these two days would be not very interesting and informative for us, but fortunately I was mistaken. It was pleasant to listen to our professors reports as they did not repeat the course materials but gave some additional information. And the most important is that all of us really learned something new for our future work. (Yuryeva Victoria)

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On March 26-27, we took part in the conference Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). This method means the use of foreign language for learning other school subjects. The most memorable reports were made by Maximchuk Oksana Alexandrovna and Drachuc Inga Valentinovna. The open lesson of the Austrian professor demonstrated all advantages of CLIL. We hope that CLIL will be used in the educational institutions of our country. (Ananyev Nikita, Gryaznova Nastia, group 41a)

The atmosphere was friendly, the presented reports were interesting and the workshops were educative. I thank the team for professional work. (Govser Dagdyeva)

The organiser of the conference is the assistant professor of the Faculty of Philology and International Communication, Maximchuk O.A.

3.04.2018

Samara scientific programme The launch

On April 1, 2018, the professor of the Department of History, the candidate of historical sciences, the dean of the Faculty of National History and Archaeology, Chernov Oleg Alexandrovich, was the chairman of the jury at the section History of the regional tour of Samara scientific programme The launch 2018. The 5th year students of the Department of History, Mokeeva Karina and Rahimova Elizaveta, took active part in the work of the jury.

At the section meeting the 8-11th grade students of Samara secondary schools presented their reports, written papers and presentations devoted to the Russian history, Samara regional studies and genealogy.

2.04.2018

SSUSSE professors and students participated in the IX All-Russian conference IT for a New school (Sent Petersburg)

On March 28-30, the IX All-Russian conference with international participation IT for a New school was held in Sent Petersburg. This year our university was represented by the head of the Faculty of ICT in Education, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, O.F. Bryksina, and the 5th year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Egor Sidorov.

The programme of the conference was so intense, that all participants had difficulties choosing their educational route.

On March 28, O.F. Bryksina participated in the retreat Extracurricular activity: projecting, organisation and management which was held in the Sent Petersburg lyceum 64. The leader of this direction in the lyceum is the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor of the Faculty of Continuous Philological Education of Sent Petersburg State University, L.S. Ilyshin. The innovative ways of organisation of extracurricular activity in the 5-9th grades in lyceum were presented at the seminar. The colleagues shared their experience of development of the programmes of extracurricular activity to preparation students for the lifelong education; they demonstrated the ways of monitoring of extracurricular activity and analysed its results.

The work at the seminar was very useful for the realisation of the specialisation Organisation of extracurricular activity of the training programme Pedagogical education of the Department of Primary Education.

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On March 29, O.F. Bryksina together with the deputy director of the International Childrens Camp Artec, Eelmaa Yuriy Vladimirovich, and the methodologist of the Sent Petersburg centre of the quality evaluation of education and IT, Smirnova Zinaida Yurevna, held the round table where the Regulation of the competition of innovative methodological developments Open education in the open environment was presented and gave the methodological recommendations to the participants.

The competition is aimed to involve the teachers in the search of new educational practices, alternative organisation forms and in the development of methodological materials oriented at the creation of new educational environment. The competition is held with the support of the Russian Ministry of Education and Sciences. The Childrens Camp Artec is the aggregator of the practices of open education. Olga Fedorovna was the member of the jury of this competition.

On March 30, the 5th year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Egor Sidorov, held the workshop Astronomy as a subject yesterday and tomorrow: the use of ICT. The analysis of the opportunities of the use of ICT means and the Internet services in the studying of astronomy was made at the workshop. The emphasis was placed on the use of the programme Stellarium allowing to observe the celestial objects at the Astronomy lessons. At the workshop the participants learned the programme interface and got the experience of making the Astronomy tasks with the help of Stellarium.

At the end of the workshop the participants were offered to assess the didactic effectiveness of ICT in the sphere of the development of subject, personal and metasubject results in accordance with the FSES requirements.

The didactic material of the workshop was highly praised by its participants. The head teacher of Sent Petersburg school 164, Zheleznov Yuriy Ivanovich, the IT and Physics teacher of Sent Petersburg school 320, Rybakov Viktor Evgenyevich, and other participants thanked Egor for the workshop. Viktor Evgenyevich said, that is what he will do at school on April 2.

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Egor said that three teachers from Sent Petersburg, the participants of the workshop, had already joined the network community for the young astronomers created by Egor.

The participation in such events is always a professional holiday. That is what stimulates the professional growth, new ideas and discussions with the colleagues.

2.04.2018

The International Scientific Conference The First World War and the Breakup of Empires: Geopolitical, Economical and Sociocultural Consequences

As a part of the scientific and research project supported by the Russian Scientific Found (project 17-78-20029), the delegation of SSUSSE Department of History took part in the International Scientific Conference The First World War and the Breakup of Empires: Geopolitical, Economical and Sociocultural Consequences which was held at Russian State University for the Humanities on March 29-30. The leading scientists form RSUH, MSU, SPBU, MGIMO, IMEMO, IWH RAS, the Institute of Slavic Studies of RAS, the Institute of the USA and Canada of RAS, the Institute of Oriental Studies of RAS, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation together with Samara historians presented their reports at the conference.

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1.04.2018

New strategies of the information and educational space

On March 12-26, 2018, the Institute of Computer Sciences and Technological Education of Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia held the XIII International Annual Scientific Internet-conference New educational strategies in modern information environment and its materials were discussed at the forum http://fit-herzen-conf.ru.

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This traditional conference is prestigious for the scientists and teachers, the specialists of modern and perspective educational ICT. It had four sections:

- The electronic resources of the information educational environment,

- The communication field of the virtual educational environment,

- The pedagogical strategies in the high-technology educational environment,

- The technical and technological infrastructures of the educational cooperation.

The reports presented at the conference were prepared by the participants of the forum from the Russian educational institutions and from the cities of the near and distant countries: Germany, Spain, Portugal and the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

The dean of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, assistant professor, V.N. Aniskin, and the head of the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods, professor T.V. Dobudko, co-authored with the professor of Herzen University, V.I. Bogoslovsky, presented their report Semiotics of holistic information educational environment in the section The communication field of the virtual educational environment.

This section covered the problems of formation and development of communicative competence of students of higher educational institutions, colleges and schools in the information educational environment and discussed the risks of the Internet communication and the issues of optimisation of the distant individualised education.

On March 28, the Institute of Computer Sciences and Technological Education of Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia held the live round table where the results of the conference were announced and discussed. On the basis of the conference the collection of papers will be published.

the assistant dean for the scientific and research work of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, O.A. Zhmetko

29.03.2018

The festival of francophone theatres as a part of The francophone festival 2018

The 2nd-4th year students of the Department of Foreign Languages studying at the training programme Pedagogical education presented several sketches in French language by Zh.-P. Martines Delivery with the notification. The following students were the actors: Savinova A., Polozova K., Samorukov N., Yuryeva V., Ananyev N., Sandakchi N., Abramova A., Prokaeva A., Moiseenko A.

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Ananyev N. and Polozova K. won in the nominations the best mens and womens roles.

29.03.2018

SSUSSE students of the Department of Foreign Languages took part in the French song contest Festichant

The year 2018 is proclaimed to be the Year of French Language and Literature and that is why the contest Festichant 2018 was devoted to the literature and French poetry in songs. The senior category participants had to sing a song created from the French poems or a song of a French songwriter.

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The 3rd year students of SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages participated in this contest. Zalalieva Izabella took part in the nomination Solo singing and sang the song of Gregory Lemarshal Je t?cris - I write to you created by a French songwriter, Mark Levy.

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Savinova Anastasia took part in the nomination Duet with a song of a French singer and composer, Paskal Obispo, Ce quon voit What we see The members of the duet accompanied themselves with a violin and a guitar.

Anastasia and Izabella became the laureates of the contest and won the second place. We congratulate our students and wish them further success both in studying foreign languages and in singing!

29.03.2018

Our congratulations to the members of the International Presentation and Exhibition of the Educational Publications

The international scientific conference Catering industry, restaurant service, economics and management in the XXI century: modern scientific view was held for students as a part of cooperation between SSUSSE Department of Chemistry, Geography and Teaching Methods and Povolzhsky Affiliation of K.G. Razumovsky Moscow State University of Technologies and Management. The students of different years took part in it under the tuition of the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, E.G. Nelybina.

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On the basis of the conference materials the collection of international scientific papers was published. This collection was awarded with the Laureate Diploma of the International Presentation and Exhibition of the Educational Publications of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and was included into the catalogue of the materials of international and Russian exhibitions and presentations of scientific, educational publications and technologies.

We congratulate the winners and wish them further success!

27.03.2018

The results of the II regional art competition of photos Echo-ecology of Samara region in the XXI century

On March 24, SSUSSE Department of Natural Science and Geography announced the results of the II regional art competition of photos Echo-ecology of Samara region in the XXI century. The initiator of this events was the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of Chemistry, Geography and Teaching Methods, E.G. Nelybina.

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The regional art competition of photos Echo-ecology of Samara region in the XXI century held by SSUSSE is aimed to attract attention to the environmental problems, to promote creative work and students career guidance.

The competition traditionally had three nominations:

- Industrial Samara

- We and ecology

- The best ecological project of educational institution of Samara region

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More than 50 people took part in the competition. All of them got the certificates of participation. The jury chose the winners who were awarded with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grade Diplomas.

As a result of the competition, the exhibition of works is organised in SSUSSE campus located at Antonovo-Ovseenko Street, 26. We are grateful to the 5th year students for their help in organising the photo exhibition. We thank all participants of this event and hope for the further cooperation.

27.03.2018

The VIII All-Russian scientific competition The world I live in

On March 23, 2018, the results of the VIII All-Russian scientific competition The world I live in were announced. The traditional organiser of the competition is the Faculty of Chemistry, Geography and Teaching Methods of the Department of Natural Science and Geography. This year the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, L.G. Safina, was responsible for the organisation of this event.

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More than 100 works took part in the competition in the following nominations:

1. Biology and biological local studies,

2. Geography and geographical local studies,

3. Physics,

4. Chemistry,

5. Ecology and environmental pollution.

All participants of the competition got the certificates of participation and the winners got 1st, 2nd,3rd Grade Diplomas. The awarding ceremony was held at Antonovo-Ovseenko Street, 26.

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The participants thanked the organisers of the competition for the warm and friendly atmosphere of that day.

The Organising Committee of this event is grateful to the best teams of educational institutions of Samara and Samara region, who participate in this competition every year. They are Kinel secondary school Leader, Alexeevka secondary school 4 in Kinel, Sergievsk county technical school, V.Maskin secondary school 2 in Klyavleno, Samara secondary school 35 and others.

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We congratulate the winners and all participants of the competition and wish them further success!

the Organising Committee

27.03.2018

The professor of the Department of Natural Science and Geography took part in the international conference

On March 23, 2018, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, E.V. Lizunova, took part in the international scientific conference Modern preschool education: problems and perspectives of its development.

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At this conference Elena Vladimirivna not only presented her report The formation of healthy lifestyle of preschool children as medical and pedagogical problem but also was a moderator of the section The healthy activities in the preschool educational institutions.

27.03.2018

The professors of the Department of Natural Science and Geography took part in the seminar The launch

On March 23, 2018, the professors of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, the candidate of biological sciences, the dean of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, I.V. Kazantsev, and the candidate of biological sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods, T.B. Matveeva, took part in the methodological seminar about the realisation of scientific programme The launch which took place in the conference hall of the Ministry of Education and Science of Samara region.

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The meeting was held by the doctor of technical sciences, professor of Samara State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, the developer of the infocommunicative system The launch and the head of the workgroup of the Coordinative Council for cooperation with the talented youth in the sphere of science and technique of the Governors Administration of Samara region.

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The programme The launch is aimed at the organisation of scientific and research work of the talented youth in the sphere of science and technologies as a part of the Samara Governments initiative to create the ways of talented schoolchildrens development in Samara region. The main goals of this programme are the productivity increase of work with the talented youth with the help of development of motivation of their scientific and research work, the strengthening of the creative cooperation between schools and universities, the increase of quality of research projects made by the school students, the use of modern ICT and so on.

26.03.2018

SSUSSE students took part in the action Surf the Internet 2018

On March 19-25, thousands of volunteers, teachers, organisations in Russia and Europe took part in the action Surf the Internet 2018 in the frames of the international programme All Digital Week.

The action is aimed to attract attention to the necessity of continuous development of ICT skills in the time of rapid development of digital economy and society, to promote the usefulness of Internet resources and digital technologies for life, study, work and self-development, to help children and their parents to become responsible citizens of the digital world. The volunteer events for children, school students and their parents are held in the frames of this action.

SSUSSE students and the professors of the Department of ICT in Education were the initiators and organisers of the action My country is my Russia where the interactive map of Russia was created. This map tells about different attractions of our country, monuments of culture and art, literature places and unique natural sites.

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The participants of the project Your course. IT for youth from Veliky Novgorod, Surgut, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Khabarovsk, Leningrad region and other Russian places joined SSUSSE students.

The event was registered in the international programme All Digital Week.

The series of actions will be continued by the students of the Department of Philology, who organised the month of network educational flash mobs for school students in the open social networks.

25.03.2018

The chorus of SSUSSE Department of Culture and Art JUVENTUS is the 1st Grade Diploma Laureate of the International Festival The planet of talents

On March 15-18, 2018, the International Festival The planet of talents was held with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Department of Education of the Administration of Togliatti district. On March 16, the chorus of SSUSSE Department of Culture and Art JUVENTUS took part in the nomination The academic singing and became the 1st Grade Diploma Laureate.

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By the conditions of the contest, the chorus presented unaccompanied three music pieces. Among them there were music pieces by S. Rachmaninov, N. Golovanov, S Banevich (the lead singer is Ekaterina Kustova).

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According to the opinion of the jury including the professors of the Art Department of Moscow State Pedagogical University, professor Ermileva L.P., assistant professor, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Kudryavtseva V.V., our students demonstrated the high level of sound culture, great ensemble, emotional expressiveness in the performance of the choral pieces of the high difficulty level.

The members of the chorus and the heads of the chorus, professors, Petsina I.A. and Kolysheva T.A., are grateful to the stuff of SSUSSE Authority of Educational and Social Work and Elena Mikhaylovna Kudasheva for their help in organising the trip. The successful performance became an important event in the life of the chorus and the motivation for the further creative growth.

25.03.2018

Assistant professor of the Faculty of Musical Education of the Department of Culture and Art became the 1st Grade Diploma Laureate of the International Contest of the Multigenre Art Step by step to the Success!

On March 17, 2018, the International Art-Centre Step by step organised the International Contest of the Multigenre Art Step by step to the Success! in Samara. This project is realised in cooperation with Russian State Academy of Slavic Culture, Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, Schnittke Moscow State Institute of Music, International Dance Council UNESCO, the Russian Union of Theatre Workers, Moscow Institute of Modern Art and with the support of creative workshops.

Assistant professor of the Faculty of Musical education of the Department of Culture and Art, Lyudmila Vladimirovna Antonova (mezzo-soprano), took part in the nomination Academic vocal solo. She performed the first Dalilah‘s area My heart opens itself to your voice from the opera Samson and Dalilah created by Camille Saint-Saëns. The jury praised the high professional level of performance, vocal and technical skills, musicality, artistry and perfect art taste of singer and awarded Lyudmila with the title of the 1st Grade Diploma Laureate.

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We congratulate L.V. Antonova with her great memorable performance and one more victory in the international contest! We are thankful to the leading accompanier of the Faculty of Musical Education, the laureate of the international contests, Marinchenko Inna Nikolaevna, for the high level of professional skills! We wish our professors further victories!

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25.03.2018

The professors and students of the Department of Culture and Art participated in the workshops of the professors of Music Conservatoire of Stanislao Giacomantonio in Cosenza (Italy)

On March 18-23, the delegation from Music Conservatoire of Stanislao Giacomantonio in Cosenza (Italy) officially visited SSUSSE within the frames of the cooperation agreement for the academic mobility programme ERASMUS+. The delegation consisted of the professor of piano classes, Antonella Calvelly, the professor of violoncello classes, Valeria Carnichelly, the vocal professor, Alessandra Rezzi, the accompanier, Christina Gargulo, and the music professor, Gorgio Redy.

The Italian colleagues held the workshops: the piano workshop (professor Antonella Calvelly), the violoncello workshop (professor Valeria Carnichelly), the vocal workshop (professor Alessandra Rezzi). These workshops were interesting not only for the students and professors of the Department of Culture and Art, but also became an interesting event in the cultural life of our city. The teachers and students of the institutions of additional education, secondary professional education together with the professors and students of the Department of Culture and Art had a unique opportunity to communicate with foreign colleagues and learn the traditions of European musical education. Special interest and attention were attracted by the A. Rezzis workshop devoted to the separate aspects of work on Italian composers vocal pieces particularly the phonetic peculiarities of Italian language and their reflection in the work on vocal pieces.

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The culminating point of communication was the big concert of A. Rezzi (the accompanier is Ch. Gargulo).

Department of Culture and Art is grateful to the administration, teachers and students of Shatalov Samara Musical College and to the teachers and students of Samara Central Childrens Musical School for their help in organisation of the workshops!

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23.03.2018

Presidential elections 2018

On March 18, 2018, all Russian citizens interested in the future of our country took part in the presidential elections. The students of our university could not miss such an important event and organised interactive venues near the election polls at the address M. Gorky Street, 65/67.

Since the morning, there was music and some performances in the university yard, the interesting facts about our university and our town came out of the speakers. A lot of people took part in the work of interactive venues, participated in the quizzes about Samara and our university and for their victories got souvenirs from the university. The representatives of our university students Mass Media Easy-tv organised their own venue.

We are glad that so many citizens were interested in such important event as the presidential elections and that after doing their civil duty they took active part in the work of venues.

Photos from the photo zone are available in VK group https://vk.com/art.sgspu.

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23.03.2018

The student of the Department of History, Davydova Irina, took part in the forum Russia is the country of opportunities

On March 12-16, the forum Russia is the country of opportunities was held in Moscow. This forum is not a simple project, it is the whole platform consisting of 12 independent projects in different areas but united by the same goal to create perspective managers and entrepreneurs, the professionals in their own areas.

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Despite of the great number of famous artists such as Mot, Egor Krid, Nikolay Sobolev, Tina Kandelaki, the 2nd year student of the Department of History, Irina, was mostly interested in the political meeting with Lavrov, Shaygu and Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin.

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At the forum there were a lot of venues not only with lectures but also with art. Irina had an opportunity to dance, draw and even take part in a quest.

As Tavrida had its own venue at the forum, Irina was able to register for the Mass Media shift and meet the future organisers and volunteers of Tavrida shifts. At its venue Irina listened to the lecture of Sergey Minaev, the chief editor of the Russian version of Esquire journal which is called The modern gloss: the ways of development to the future.

The most memorable lectures for Irina were:

The workshop of Sergey Kosenchuk, the Deputy Executive Director of the International Association of Student TV. Except the declared theme The promotion of youth projects in Mass Media the participants discussed the information field and information noise around people.

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The second lecture that impressed Irina was held by Romanov Igor Vladimirovich, the coach of one of the venues about self-development, the managing partner of the company Contact-Expert. Together with Igor Vladimirovich the participants of the forum did an exercise to identify obstacles to the achievement of their goals.

Russia is the country of opportunities and SSUSSE is the venue for realisation of these opportunities.

the 1st year student of the department of Philology,

23.03.2018

SSUSSE students are in The Open Space

The students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT and the Department of Primary Education who are the volunteers of the centre Your course. IT for youth were awarded for their volunteering in promotion of IT professions by the management of the Authority of Educational and Social Work and got an opportunity to visit the multimedia exhibition The Open Space.

This exhibition is unique because of its size and used technologies. The interactive information stands, story installations create the exciting atmosphere full of secrets and scientific discoveries.

The excursion explaining the main periods of space exploration, physical laws, scientific and technological achievements was organised for the students.

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Then the students acted as researches. The exhibition has 47 interactive systems that allow to learn about the technologies of the future.

For example, the students were able to hear the sound of their own voices on Mars or Venus, visit the fulldome Planetarium, take part in the experiment with Van de Graaff generator.

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The students walked on the planet with higher gravitation, drove a rover and flow in a rocket as astronauts using the VR goggles. The VR goggles allowed to see the spacecraft launch on June 27, 1978, being on the places of the Soviet astronaut, Petr Klimuka, and the Polish astronaut, Miroslav Germahevsky.

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There were a lot of other surprises: an opportunity to make photos with astronauts and photos with the augmented reality walking on the other planets and meeting aliens.

The next two days students had been discussing their space adventures with excitement. All of them had a lot of impressions to share!

They are grateful for the given opportunity!

22.03.2018

The results of the professional competition The best young professors of the university 2018

The organisers of this event set important goals: the participants had to demonstrate the new experience, to promote their profession and higher education in the modern system of education in Russia.

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The competition is organised at the initiative of the basic trade union organisation of SSUSSE and the support of the Trade Union Organisation of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

The participants of the competition were SSUSSE young professors. As a result of the competition Ketchina Olga Mikhailovna, assistant professor of the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods, Tyuzhina Irina Viktorovna, assistant professor of the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods, Golovko Elena Vadimovna, the assistant of the Faculty of Foreign Languages, entered the in-person tour.

The task of this tour was to hold the workshop with the students of our university.

All participants put their soul into their works and were awarded by the jury in the following nominations: The skill of communication with the audience, The depth of theme presentation and The innovativeness of the workshop.

As a result of the university competition, Ketchina O.M. and Golovko E.V. will represent our university at the regional competition The best young professors 2018 on April 4, 2018. We wish them success in the regional competition!

The competitions of professional skills held by the university trade union organisation play an important role in the professional development of every professor, set the goals of further work, help to share experience with each other and prove the importance of chosen profession.

It is important to keep traditions and produce new professional stars!

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21.03.2018

Free online course to prepare for the Total dictation
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On March 21, all interested people from different countries can start to prepare online for the Total dictation.

The lessons are held on the website www.totaldict.ru at 15.00 and 19.00 Moscow time every Wednesday until the date of the Total dictation, April 14. The material of the course is based on the repetition of the rules necessary for the dictation. Every participant can ask questions to the representatives of the Expert Council during the live broadcast.

The records of the course will be available on the website of the project. After the dictation, three online lessons will be held to discuss the three parts of the dictation. Moreover, in the frames of the cooperation with the corporation Russian textbook the famous linguist, the doctor of philological sciences, professor Alexey Dmitrievich Shmelev, will make the literary analysis of the whole text of the Total dictation.

The online school is held with the support of Novosibirsk State University. The course is created by the Expert Council of the Total dictation. The lessons are held by Elena Sergeevna Kuznetsova, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor of the NSU Faculty of General and Russian Language Studies.

The previous statistic demonstrates the increase of interest in online courses: 2-3 thousand people join the training annually. 112 thousand people took part in the training courses last year. Both in-person and distant courses raise the level of literacy. Of course, the aim of these courses is not only to prepare for the dictation. The dictation is only once in a year, but the literate speaking and writing are necessary every day, Olga Rebkovets, the head of the Total dictation, said in the conclusion.

The coordinator of the project Total dictation,
Kseniya Erdman
pr@totaldict.ru
www.facebook.com/ksenia.erdman

20.03.2018

SSUSSE students took part in the presidential elections

On March 2018, the students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT demonstrated themselves as active citizens by taking an active part in the Russian Federation presidential elections.

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The students of the pedagogical university believe that they can really create the future of their country because the personal involvement and participation in the life of the country can change everything!

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The presidential elections are one of the key events of the project The point of growth. The students could visit the election polls from 8.00 to 20.00. And for the whole day the most active students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT have been making selfies and participating in the project The point of growth.

All students whether or not they went home for the elections took part in it and made their choice.

Among the students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT there were some people who came to the election poll with the whole family.

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And some of the students worked in the election polls on this day important for the whole country.

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Some students took part in the elections for the first time in their lives. That is why they got some small souvenirs. According to the words of the vice-chairman of the Central Electoral Commission of the Russian Federation, Nikolay Ivanovich Bulaev, the first elections in the life of a citizen, especially the presidential elections, should be remembered forever

Kazak Ekaterina Andreevna,
the 3rd year student of the group FMFI-b15Mio

16.03.2018

The Total dictation has a 5700 km road trip
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The first road trip from Novosibirsk to Vladivostok is the first trip of the Total dictation. The whole trip will last for 12 days.

On March 24, the cars of the Total dictation will live Novosibirsk State University and have a 5700 km long drive to Vladivostok. It will be the start of a new tradition of a road trip from the previous capital of the Total dictation to the new one.

During 12 days the team of the project will visit 9 cities of the Total dictation: Krasnoyarsk, Nizhneudinsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, Chita, Yerofey Pavlovich, Belogorsk, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok.

The meetings with bloggers, journalists and friends of the Total dictation will be organised in these cities. The open scientific lectures about Russian language will be held by Vladimir Pakhomov, the chief editor of the website gramota.ru, and Natalia Koshkareva, the chairman of the Expert Council of the Total dictation. The detailed programme of the road trip is available on the website totaldict.ru. Such cars as GAZ Sobol and GAZ Next will be used for this road trip.

The head of the project, Olga Rebkovets, said: The season 2017/2018 is a turning point for the Total dictation. The choosing of the capital of the Total dictation is an important innovation. And the road trip is going to pass the baton from one capital to the other. We are sure that our Total trip will become a tradition giving the opportunity to know the multiple participants and friends of the project personally all over Russia and, maybe, even abroad. This year peculiarity of the read trip will be the text created by the whole world during these 12 days. We invite all friends of the Total dictation to visit our stop points to participate in our events and become co-authors of the story.

The pre-trip briefing for journalists is at 10.00 am on March 24, near the NSU rectors campus. The head of the Total dictation, Olga Rebkovets, the NSU Rector, Mikhail Fedoruk, the chairman of the Expert Council of the project, Natalia Koshkareva, the coordinator of this action in Vladivostok, Vyacheslav Belyakov, and the head of the auto centre GAZ Sarmat, Anna Vashenko, took part in this briefing.

Anna Vashenko said: Some GAZ Sobol cars have already travelled in Arctic at abnormally cold temperatures. That is why we are sure, that the trip of the Total dictation will be comfortable. We were pleased to support the idea of the literate road trip, because literacy is an important part of work of our company. Moreover, the Total dictation and we are from the same city. And the symbol of our native city is sobol.

On April 4, the road trip will finish in Vladivostok, where the participants will share the details of the first literate road trip at the press conference in the Administration of Primorsky region.

Let us remind, that at the traditional press conference The dynamic processes in modern Russian language Vladivostok was chosen to be the capital of the Total dictation. On April 14, Guzel Yakhina will read the text of the dictation in Far Eastern Federal University. Novosibirsk will remain the home of the Total dictation. In Novosibirsk the star speaker will read the text.

The coordinator of the project Total dictation,
Kseniya Erdman
pr@totaldict.ru
www.facebook.com/ksenia.erdman

15.03.2018

SSUSSE students won the regional tour of the VII All-Russian contest My country is my Russia

SSUSSE students took part in the All-Russian contest of social projects My country is my Russia for the second time. In 2016 our university was represented by the student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Emelyanova Oksana. This year it is represented by the 2nd year student of the Department of Primary Education, Elena Sharikova (specialisations Priamry education and The organisation of extracurricular activity).

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The idea of this contest is to involve young people in the work concerning actual social and economic problems of the development of regions, cities and villages. The main aims are the following ones:

- identification and replication of pedagogical and administrative experience in the organisation of project work in the institutions of general education, professional education, higher education and additional education;

- students education for social design and project work, aimed at the social and economic development of Russian regions, cities and villages.

Elena successfully presented the project of the development of student volunteer movement for future teachers It is so good to be able to READ! and got the 1st place in the nomination Look around.

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SSUSSE students have a lot of experience of organising volunteer events in the frames of such projects as Microsoft Your course. IT for youth and the network project Open classroom.

The new project of volunteer students is aimed at the popularisation of reading among the primary schoolchildren with the help of the union of primary schoolchildren, teachers and parents and their participation in the in-person and network events.

What can students offer primary schoolchildren, their parents and primary schoolteachers? First of all, it is the participation of pupils in the literature trips, web quests and festivals organised in the frames of regional venue of distant cooperation Open classroom. The head of this venue is Tatyana Vladimirovna Pankova, the primary schoolteacher of Kavalerovo secondary school in Primorsky region and the organisers and experts of this venue are SSUSSE students. The number of events will be held in Samara secondary school 165 as a part of this project.

To support the project the 2nd year students of the Department of Primary Education created the radio channel It is so good to be able to READ. There are further great plans!

The students devote their project to the Year of Volunteer!

We congratulate Elena with her victory, and wish other students participated in the contest new creative ideas!

13.03.18

The results of the International Distant Competition Ecological Marathon of the XXI century

The International Distant Competition Ecological Marathon of the XXI century organised by the Department of Natural Science and Geography together with the Faculty of Psychology and Social Pedagogy of the Department of Primary Education has just finished.

The aim of the competition was to attract attention to the environmental problems, to promote the modern scientific knowledge, to actualise the scientific, research and creative work and to develop the school students career guidance.

The Organising Committee thanked everyone for the active participation in the distant competition and announced the results of the International Distant Competition Ecological Marathon of the XXI century. The results and the materials are available on the website of the Faculty of Chemistry, Geography and Teaching Methods of the Department of Natural Science and Geography.

We congratulate the winners! All prices and certificates are sent by post.

We thank everyone for the cooperation and wish them further success!

the Organising Committee of the competition

9.03.2018

The student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the arm wrestling tournament

On March 8, 2018, the student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Anastasia Pyanova, took part in the tournament dedicated to the International Womens Day and took the second place! It was held in Smyshlyevka village.

Anastasia told us:To my great surprise more than 50 people visited this tournament, and among them there were 15 girls. I started doing arm wrestling one year ago and had already participated in 15-20 tournaments. This tournament was an ordinary amateur one. For me it was a training. The next tournament I will take part in is an arm wrestling tournament for the representatives of the municipalities of Samara region that will take place in April.

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Looking at Anastasia, it is difficult to say that such gentle girl can easily protect herself. But she definitely attracted a lot of attention on the 8thof March!

In the conclusion, on behalf of press centre FIZMATnews we want to congratulate all woman with the International Womens Day!

the editor of press centre FIZMATnews,
Yulia Gladovskaya

7.03.2018

What? Where? When?

This game was organised and held by Elena Valeryevna Abramovskih, the doctor of philological sciences, the professor of the Faculty of Russian and Foreign Literature and Teaching Methods. In the form of this game she introduced the 1st year students to the difficult world of Y.M. Lotman.

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The 1st year students have been preparing for two months. They read the main Lotmans works such as The structure of the artistic text, The mark problem in art, The comment on the A.S. Pushkins novelEugene Onegin, The Decembrist in everyday life, Karamzin. The creation of Karamzin, The origin of plot in the light of typology, Culture and explosion.

The team of experts played against the professors of the Faculty of Russian and Foreign Literature and Teaching Methods and the 2nd-4thyear students. The professors interests were defended by the doctor of philological sciences, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Oleg Mikhailovich Buranok. The students interests were defended by the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, Nadezhda Valeryevna Kareva. The prices for each round were the scientific works written by the professors of the faculty and the hero of the day, Y.M. Lotman.

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The professors of the faculty, E.V. Abramoskih, O.M. Buranok, S.D. Kolova and N.V. Kareva, have been preparing the questions and tasks for several months. At the beginning of the event, the head of the Faculty of Russian and Foreign Literature and Teaching Methods, the doctor of philological sciences, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Oleg Mikhailovich Buranok, made a greeting speech telling about the unique personality of Y.M. Lotman being a scientist, a professor and an organiser.

E.V. Abramovskih gathered creative students (mostly the members of a union Philological meetings) to help in organisation of this game. Some students studied the works of Lotman to compete for the title of the best team; other students theatricalised his and his friends thoughts and ideas to show the atmosphere of that epoch.

The hosts of this event were the 3rd year students, Agafontsev Maxim, Andreeva Larisa and Antonuk Anastasia. All prop for the game was made by the students. Talking about the team of experts, we want to notice that this year the 1st year students are very friendly and scientifically smart. Both teams got the same amount of points and became the winners! We want specially mention Studenihina Valeria who got the special prise Fur owl and Fomicheva Olga who gave the biggest number of correct answers in the quiz.

We also want to mention other organisers: the photographer of the event, Polina Bobrova (the 2nd year student); the technical organisers, Polina Borisochkina (the 2nd year student) and Alexey Nikitin (the 1st year student) and the musicians, Daria Kolacheva (the 3rd year student), Olga Gurova, Anna Korabel, Viktoria Beglarova, Ksenia Fokina (the 2nd year students). The 2nd year students, Ekaterina Fadina and Ekaterina Shumakova, and the 4th year students, Ilyicheva Maria and Cherkasova Viktoria, prepared the most interesting and substantive questions. Vladislav Pryanechnikov prepared unique diplomas for the participants and the newspaper dedicated to Y.M. Lotman. The wonderful atmosphere was created by the emotional romances and the one-woman show Y.M. Lotmans correspondence performed by the student, A. Korabel.

The students of the group 13 theatricalised the extract The Ball from the Lotmans work The comment on the A.S. Pushkins novelEugene Onegin

Almost 100 people took part in this event What? Where? When? held at the faculty for the first time. Among the spectators, there were our interested students and Tatyana Evgenyevna Bazhenova, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods.

On behalf of all participants we express our gratitude to our professors of the Faculty of Literature for their love for science, art and student body!

the 2nd year student of the Department of Philology,
Anna Korabel

6.03.2018

The Department of Foreign Language organised the school students contest of scientific and art works

The Department of Foreign Languages organised the school students contest of scientific and art works in the sphere of foreign languages and linguistics for the school students of Samara and Samara region.

This contest was traditionally held for the seventh time. The number of works (more than 60) demonstrates the interest of students, teachers and principals.

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The aim of the contest is the arousing of interest in the philological education and foreign languages and the advisory assistance in the organisation of school students scientific and research work.

The contest consisted of two rounds: the first round was held from January 9 to February 20, 2018. It contained the analysis of the represented works made on different themes (linguistics and cultural studies, the culture of the native region, linguistics and translation, linguodidactics) on the basis of three languages: English, German and French. The second round was held in SSUSSE on March 3, 2018. It was organised in the form of a conference with four sections.

The jury was represented by the leading professors of all SSUSSE departments and senior students studying at the training programmes Pedagogical education and Linguistics. The participants of the contest presented their reports and the winners were awarded.

The winners of the contest:

The 1stplace winners:

- Sarycheva Ekaterina and Telina Darya, Togliatti Classical gymnasium 33

- Begenova Karina, Krasny Yar secondary school in Krasnoyarsk region

- Egorova Maria, Togliatti lyceum 6

- Vedernikov Egor, Samara gymnasium 1

- Tatarchuk Denis, Togliatti gymnasium 35

- Voevodin Anton, Suhodol secondary school 1 in Sergievsk region

- Borisova Ekaterina, Samara secondary school 168

The 2ndplace winners:

- Golovko Kristina, Samara gymnasium 1

- Lyubishkina Ekaterina, Varlamov secondary school in Syzran region

- Demina Maria, Samara technical lyceum

- Vakarina Lilia, Samara technical lyceum

- Sadykova Alina, Kinel secondary school Lider

- Vdovina Daria, Togliatti secondary school Lada

The 3rdplace winners:

- Hannanova Dinara, Shentala secondary school in Shentala region

- Rasstrigina Elizaveta, secondary school 144

- Isaeva Darya, Krasny Yar secondary school in Krasnoyarsk region

- Lyahovaya Yulia, Samara secondary school 10 Uspeh

- Pochanina Olga, Volzhskiy secondary school in Krasnoyarsk region

- Ischkereykina Ksenia, Sernovodsk secondary school in Sergievsk region

- Vdovina Maria, Volzhskiy secondary school in Krasnoyarsk region

- Tkach Alina, Volzhskiy secondary school in Krasnoyarsk region

- Zavalishina Victoria, Togliatti gymnasium 48

All participants and their tutors got their certificates!

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the chairman of the jury,
assistant professor of the Faculty of English Language and Teaching Methods,
Guseva E.V.

5.03.2018

The students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the International Olympiad IT-Planet 2017/2018

This year students studying at different programmes of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the first selection tour of the XI International Olympiad IT-Planet 2017/2018.

For example, Kseniya Vdovina (the 5th year bachelor student studying at the training programme Pedagogical Education with the specialisations Mathematics and IT) and Anastasiya Zhmetko (the 3rd year bachelor student studying at the training programme Pedagogical Education with the specialisations IT and Foreign language) took part in the nomination Free software and robotic technology of the competition of robotic technology RoboFabrica. Kseniya also participated in the nomination Unlimited opportunities of the competition Internet without borders.

The Organising Committee assesses the students results as good and excellent and will allow Kseniya and Anastasiya to take part in the next tour of the Olympiad.

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The 3rd year bachelor students studying at the training programme Pedagogical Education with the specialisations Physics and IT, Darya Anisina and Mikhail Gorlov, took part in the nomination Digital art of the competition 3D modelling. Their projects The city of future and The intergalactic transportation centre represent the young physicists models of future.

We wish our students success in the next tours of the International Olympiad IT-Planet 2017/2018!

the assistant dean for the scientific and research work of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT,
the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor,
O.A. Zhmetko.

5.03.2018

The Department of Psychology and Special Education held the national parents forum about the problems of family education Faithful to traditions, open to innovations

On Saturday, 3 March, the Department of Psychology and Special Education held the workshop The adoptive parents professional health: risks and resources as a part of the national parents forum about the problems of family education Faithful to traditions, open to innovations.

The workshop was organised by the professor of the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology, Elena Matveevna Savitskaya. The participants of the workshop were the professors of Psychology, practical psychologists, the students of the Department of Psychology and Special Education, adoptive parents, the representatives of the public Chamber of Samara region, the representatives of The diagnostic and consulting centre of Samara region, the representatives of the public organisation of adoptive families of Samara region, the members of the charitable foundation Radost. The workshop consisted of three parts: the theoretical part, where the participants were told about the risks and resources of the parenthood, the parents functions and parents relations, the parents inner conflicts, the self-awareness of the educational resources of the family, the factors of the effective parenthood, the readiness for changes as the condition of an effective parenthood, the professional health of the adoptive parents, the risk factors, the methods of assessment and ways of keeping the professional health of adoptive parents. The second part of the workshop was interactive. In the third part, the representatives of the charitable foundation Radost congratulated all participants with the International Womens Day and gave sweet presents.

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5.03.2018

The Department of Foreign Languages held the round table on the translators training

At the meeting students, the representatives of employers, the professors of the department discussed the problems of training of the bachelor and master students studying Linguistic and the ways of improvement of the graduates competences.

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The professors of the department presented the overview of the content of the general educational programmes Linguistic and shared their experience of translating work. The head of the Faculty of English Philology and Intercultural Communication, E.Y. Makeeva, told about the development of the translators professional standards and the perspectives of using it for the new standards curricular.

The heads of the places of professional practice and the translators, who are the graduates of the department, shared their impressions of the linguistic students training. The representative of the Governors Administration of Samara region, O.S. Isaycheva, told about the peculiarities of the work of a consultant translator.

The students were interested in the presentations made by the chairman of the Samara Department of the Translators Union of Russia, A.L. Feshina, and the head of the translation agency Timilon, A.V. Komarova, who told about the problems of interpreters work and the requirements to the translators. The most actual and convenient CAT-tools were discussed. The discussion also covered the most financially attractive areas of translation (Blockchain, cryptocurrencies, ICO, Bounty Programs). The meeting was useful for everyone!

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26.02.2018

The results of the Olympiad I am a professional

On February 27, 2018, the press conference about the results of the first professional student Olympiad I am a professional as a part of the open platform Russia is the country of opportunities will be held in international multimedia press centre MIA Russia today.

Now the results of the participants, the students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, can be analysed and become the basis for the future progress in this direction.

In general, 295 thousand people applied for 27 areas offered for students of various specialties: technical, human and natural sciences. It indicates the high competition and the high passing grades for the next stage of the Olympiad.

The 5th year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT studying at the training programme 44.03.05 Pedagogical Education with the specialisations Mathematics and IT, Aliya Gaysina, Elena Kuznetsova, Polina Sorgina, Alla Sosova and Anastasiya Trifonova, participated in the part Pedagogical education (for bachelors) and Kseniya Vdovina also took part in Psychology part (for bachelors).

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According to the results of the selection stage of the Olympiad our students got 13-34 points in the part Pedagogical education and 50 points in the part Psychology.

Kseniya Vdovina told us about the results: After getting the results of the Olympiad I am a professional it became clear that most of us did the tasks successfully. The only disappointing moment was that we needed only one extra point to get into the following stage, as the passing grade was 35. But it will stimulate our hard work to increase our professional level in future.

Let us remind that participation in the Olympiad I am a professional was voluntary, so we should praise students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT for their active work in the sphere of self-development.

All students will get the certificates of participation in the Olympiad and will know about the real employers requirements.

Even though the students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT did not win, they got valuable experience of participation in such serious events as the first All-Russian professional student Olympiad. Of course, these results will help graduate students to get success in the sphere of professional pedagogical activity.

the assistant dean for scientific and research work
of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT,
the candidate of pedagogical sciences,
assistant professor, O.A. Zhmetko.

26.02.2018

The International Scientific Conference Biological and ecological education of students and schoolchildren: actual problems and solutions.

On February 15-16, 2018, the IV International Scientific Conference Biological and ecological education of students and schoolchildren: actual problems and solutions. was held by SSUSSE Department of Natural Science and Geography. The conference was organised by SSUSSE Department of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods (Samara) with the Chair of Teaching Methods of Biology and Ecology of the Herzen State Pedagogical University (St. Petersburg), theChairof Science Education and Communication Technologies and theChairof Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics of Moscow Pedagogical State University (Moscow) and the Methodological Association of Biology Teachers of Samara region.

200 people participated personally and distantly in the conference. They are the representatives of different cities and settlements of Russia (from St. Petersburg to Ussuriysk, from Arkhangelsk to Armavir), Belarus (Mogilev), Kazakhstan (Almaty, Uralsk, Kyzylorda), Ukraine (Melitopol), Japan (Tokyo).

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The dean of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, I.V. Kazantsev, professor T.M. Nosova, and the head of the faculty, A.A. Semenov, welcomed the participants of the conference.

The issues connected with biological education at school, the development of students learning activity, the problem-forming process, the use of thematic training, the evaluation of students learning results, the improvement of biological teaching on the basis of Unified State Exam, biological and ecological education in the higher education institutions, cooperation between schools and universities, the formation of students ecological culture, practical approach towards the students midterm assessment were discussed at the conference. There was also the lesson about Soviet history of genetics with Japanese students.

The section of actual problems of schoolchildrens biological and ecological education and the methods of their solving covered the issues of environmental awareness of young students and people from Russian regions; the realisation of FSES of general education; the development of practical skills and universal educational activities; the application of different approaches, forms, methods and techniques of education by means of biology and ecology; the organisation of students research and project work; the assignments of the practical part of regional stage of the All-Russian Olympiad in Biology for school students; remedial activities and so on.

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The reports presented at the section of actual problems of biological and ecological students education covered the issues connected with the formation of biological and ecological concepts; the development of students professional and environmental awareness and their project activity; the role of additional course of the history of science and education in the teachers professional training; the self-assessment of the health saving competences; the organisation of students independent work and monitoring of water ecosystems and so on.

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Three methodological seminars were held as a part of the conference:

1. The results of Biology Unified State Exam 2017. The peculiarities of preparation for Unified State Exam 2018.

2. The modern means of assessment of students knowledge.

3. The peculiarities of biology education in specialised classes. Work with the course book Biology for 10-11th grades written by A.V. Teremov, R.A. Petrosova.

The seminars were held by the candidate of biological sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics of Moscow Pedagogical State University, T.V. Mazyarkina.

The source book was published on the basis of the conference.

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21.02.2018

SSUSSE professors and students took part in the festival Qubit

On February 17, the unique festival of science and technique Qubit was organised by SSUSSE with the support of Arconic Foundation. More than 250 high school students from Samara schools took part in it.

The festival was aimed to promote STEM and the professions of future.

19 students of the Department of Primary Education and the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT who are the volunteers of the centre MS Your cours.IT for youth. participated in the festival.
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It was the unique holiday of intellect! The participants listened to the people whose success is connected with the science-based technologies:

- Valentina Chekan, the co-founder and the director for training work of IT Princess Academy; the speaker and coach of the project TEDx Minsk;

- Alexandr Shaenko, an engineer working in the space sector for more than 10 years, the head of the project Mayak;

- Svarnik Olga, neurophysiologist and psychophysiologist, the candidate of psychological sciences, senior scientific worker of the Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciences researching the processes of memory training and development,

- Cherkasov Vladimir, the specialist of methods of machine learning in the issues of computer vision and data analysis,

- Burtsev Mikhail, the head of the project iPavlov, the head of the laboratory of neural systems and significant training of MIPT,

- Belotserkovskiy Alexandr, the senior technological evangelist of Microsoft, whose aim is to develop technologies in the partner companies.

For the whole day, the participants of the festival have been learning the specifications of scientific research work, the achievements of IT industry and have been discussing the importance of math and the tendencies of engineering education.

The school students, the curators of the festival, Alexandr Melentyev, Stepan Fedyay, Igor Goryainov, Dmitriy Morgunov, impressed all participants with their erudition and determination.

For students it was a unique experience of organising large career guiding events in the form of the festival Weekend of professions. The methodology of holding such events was created by the company SmartCourse, the partner of the festival Qubit.

On February 18, SSUSSE professors and students participated in the training on career guidance methods held by the specialists of the company SmartCourse, Timur Zhabbarrov and Anna Poplavskaya, on the basis of the educational centre South city in the frames of the festival of science and technologies Qubit.

The host of the training, Timur Zhabbarov, the CEO of the company SmartCourse, is the author of the model 5 steps of the conscious choice which is the basis for the SmartCourse programmes for teenagers, parents, specialists and business.

The programme involves in the process of conscious choice of future professions not only teenagers, but also their parents. It makes the teachers role more actual and offers the effective forms of career guiding work.

Anna Poplavskaya is a private psychotherapist of Gestalt therapy, now she is a tutor and supervisor of SmartCourse career guidance programmes for teenagers.

The participants of the training were the professors of the Faculty of ICT in Education (the head of the faculty, O.F. Bryksina; assistant professors E.N. Tarakanova and O.V. Arzybova; senior professor, M.V. Bayganova) and the students of the Department of Primary Education and the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT.

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The participants discussed the modern methods of career guidance, the teachers role in the process of career guidance and the methods of its application in the everyday process of studying.

This Sunday was interesting and useful! We are especially grateful for the administration of the educational centre South city for the good work conditions.

(http://www.pgsga.ru/infocenter/news/24179.html)

20.02.2018

Pravo.ru and StartupSamara organise the first hackathon Oh, my Hack!

On March 2-4, the hackathon Oh, my Hack! will be held in Samara. It will unite programmers, entrepreneurs, designers, marketing experts, PR specialists and other specialists having projects in the sphere of machine learning and data analysis. The programme of hackathon will consist of workshops and consultations held by the experts of programming, design and business modelling.

The expected result of the 48-hours work is the working model that will be presented by the participants at the final presentation session. The projects will be judged according to three criteria: the accuracy of received data (ML), the decision adequacy and speed (DEVELOPMENT) and design (UX/UI).

The best projects will compete for the main price 100 thousand roubles. The participants will also get presents and souvenirs from the organisers.

To take part in the hackathon you should do the following:

1. Fill the student application form on the website: https://www.hackathon.pravo.ru/. For teams: every team member must register personally (no more than five members).

2. Take part in the distant selection of ideas. 15 teams will take part in the hackathon. The participants will be chosen on the basis of answers in the registration form according to the following criteria: motivation, the level of training and the uniqueness of proposed ideas. The letters of confirmation will be sent no later than 28 February.

3. Attend the hackathon Oh, my Hack!

Oh, my Hack! is a place for intensive work, where the participants have an opportunity to create and test their project in the short term.


20.02.2018

The further training courses for Russian language and literature teachers finished in SSUSSE

Already for 6 years the Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods has been offering the programmes of additional professional education based on the personal educational voucher for Russian language and literature teachers from educational institutions of Samara and Samara region.

The further training courses are held by the leading professors of the Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods:

- the honorary worker of higher professional education, the member of the International Academy of Sciences of Pedagogical Education, the doctor of philological sciences, professor E.P. Ivanyan;

- the honorary worker of higher professional education, the head of the Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, O.I. Kalnova;

- the head of SSUSSE Centre of Slavic languages and cultures, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, E.Y. Dolgova.

On February 12-19, SSUSSE held the regular further training courses aimed at the professional development in the frames of the given qualification according to the module of the personal educational voucher of the programme The development of the functional literacy at the Russian language lessons as the realisation of FSES requirements for educational results.

The programme covered the issues of the development of linguistic competence in the frames of the learners functional literacy.

The module held by the doctors of philological sciences, E.P. Ivanyan and M.Y. Mikhaylova, was devoted to the problems of lingvoecology of the Russian speech and ecology of the pedagogical speech.

The masters student of the programme Russian language in the general secondary and higher education E.R. Piltyaeva, assisted the professors. The lessons were organised in the interactive forms of conversation and training. The conversation covered the problems of degradation of Russian speech and dehumanisation of Russian language, the issues devoted to the history of words expressing cynicism and inhuman mentality. There was a vivid discussion of examples of dehumanisation proving the words of modern scientists about the posthumanistic civilisation. At the training teachers had an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of orthoepy and rules of business communication. At the end of the training, the most active participants were rewarded with medals.

The module held by O.I. Kalnova, covered the problems of the functional literacy in terms of assimilation of new foreign words whose borrowing was extensive at the end of XX c. and the beginning of XXI c. and largely determinates the language development nowadays. The training was devoted to the issues of orthoepy and orthographic, variants of new foreign words and ethic of their use and their consistency with the Law on State Language of the Russian Federation.

The modules held by the candidate of philological sciences, E.Y. Dolgova, were devoted to the enhance and systematisation of scientific knowledge about the language; to the establishment of casual, systemic, associative and genetic relations between the language events and facts; to the development of skills of the comparative linguistic analysis in solution of linguistic tasks connected with theory and history of Russian language.

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20.02.2018

SSUSSE held the City Olympiad in Psychology for school students

On February 17, Department of Psychology and Special Education held the second round of the City Olympiad in Psychology for school students. The participants were the 8-10th grade school students and the 1st year students of College of Social Science and Education. The chairman of the jury, professor of the Faculty of Pedagogic and Psychology of the Samar Trade Union Federation, Elena Matveevna Savitskaya, said: All participants of the Olympiad demonstrated the high level of knowledge and their interest. We were impressed by the variety of themes of the reports.

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20.02.2018

The ABC Festival

On January 20, 2018, the regional art festival of English language for primary school children, The ABC Festival, took place in Samara.

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The organisers of this event were SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages and educational company Relod, Samara lyceum 1 Sputnik and Samara Medical and Technical Lyceum. The festival was held with support from the Ministry of Education and Science of Samara region and Oxford University Press. The international examination centre Language Link was the partner of this festival.

The participants of the festival were the teams up to five people consisting of the 1-4th grade school students. They competed in presenting English sounds.

Their presentations included dances, songs, bright costumes and decorations.

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The jury and the guests of the festival were impressed by the teachers creativity, childrens acting talent and parents skills to create costumes and decorations.

Even the 1st-2nd grade students performances were in English. It proves that learning English can be fun!

All participants of the festival got certificates, and the winners got souvenirs.

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14.02.2018

The Methodological School

On February 12, the head of the Faculty of ICT in Education, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, O.F. Bryksina, and the candidate of psychological sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of ICT in Education, O.V. Arzybova, held the open seminar The programming of extracurricular activities on the basis of ICT as a part of methodological school. The participants of the seminar were the professors of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and the students of the Department of Economics, Management and Service (educational programme Pedagogical Education with the specialisation Economics).

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It is obvious, that the modern tendencies lead to new requirements for content, conditions of realisation and results of educational process at all its levels. There is no doubt that it is impossible to get the results declared by FSES in the frames of traditional classroom system of education.

Moreover, in the programme of development of universal learning skills that contains the students competences in the sphere of ICT, science and research activities and project works it is stated that the development of universal educational actions is possible only with the help of flexible combination of classroom and extracurricular activities.

So the teachers professional competence is determined not only by the conducted lessons, but also by the skills of selecting the content and methods of organisation of extracurricular activities.

That is why the key issues discussed at the seminar were:

- the innovative forms of organising extracurricular activities on the basis of ICT,

- the realisation of the activity approach in extracurricular activities with the help of ICT,

- the resourcing of extracurricular activities: the analysis of opportunities provided by the Internet,

- the organisational support of extracurricular activities,

- ICT in extracurricular activities as the mean of students early career guardians and so on.

At the practical part of the seminar, the participants learned the ICT resources and services for the support of extracurricular activities.

13.02.2018

The best will be the champions, but everyone will be healthy!

On February 10, 2018, the students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the open football tournament of Samara region Winter ball Bogatoye. The famous phrase The best will be the champions, but everyone will be healthy! was the motto of this tournament held in Bogatoye village in Samara region.

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The annual open football tournament of Samara region Winter ball Bogatoye is held in the frames of the plan of official sport events of 2018 approved by the Ministry of Sports of Samara region. The aim of the tournament is to find out the best football teams.

The participants of the 31st tournament were more than 100 teams of Privolzhskiy federal district divided into 4 age categories: masculine (born in 2000 and older), female (born in 2000 and older), junior (born in 2001-2003), senior (born in 1983 and older). SSUSSE team also took part in the tournament. The 4th year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Ilnaz Shakurov, is one of its members.

The football games took place on 14 football pitches with the size of 40x75 metres located in the picturesque places of Buzulukskiy Forest near lake Syzganskoye and bridge across Samara River in Bogatovskiy district of Samara region.

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The programme of the tournament consisted of the following events: mandatory commission, the opening ceremony of the competition, games and the closing ceremony of the tournament.

The participation in such events is more important than the victory. We congratulate our students who took part in the open football tournament of Samara region Winter ball Bogatoye and wish them further success and sport achievements!

the 2nd year student of the group FMFI-b16FTo
of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT,
Kozlova Angelina Dmitrievna.

13.02.2018

The protection of graduation theses at the Department of Foreign Languages

The final State Examination finished at the Department of Foreign Languages. 4 part-time students of the masters programme The theory and methods of teaching of foreign languages and cultures studying at the training programme number 45.03.02 Linguistic; 14 part-time students of the bachelors programme Translation and interpreting studies studying at the training programme Linguistic; 13 part-time students of the bachelors programme The theory and methods of teaching of foreign languages and cultures studying at the training programme Linguistic are our new graduates.

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The graduation theses were devoted to the actual problems of translation and interpretation, machine translation, intercultural communication, the stylistic interpretation of the texts of different genres and their translation to different languages, and covered the sphere of students skills and competence building in the process of learning foreign languages. As noted by the Commission, the graduation theses correlated to the work aspects of the training programme Linguistic (bachelors and masters levels): translation and interpretation, linguodidactics, science and research.

The presented works contained concrete practical solutions based on the theory; the study and its results were demonstrated with examples and had practical and theoretical value. In the most reports the material was presented logically, the works were structured according to the rules and written with the scientific language. The protection of the graduation theses by the students of the Department of Foreign Languages attracted a lot of attention, they were visited not only by the professors of the department, but also by junior students, graduates parents, the representatives of the translation agencies and the specialists of SSUSSE Training Authority.

22 students protected their graduation theses with excellent marks!

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The members of the State Exam Commission (from left to right): Elmenkina Irina Alexandrovna, the leading specialist of the Department of Organisational Support of the Samara Organisation Authority of 2018 World Cup; Otryaskina Natalya Evgenyevna, the II category translator of the Department of Scientific and Technical Information of JSC Giprovostokneft; the chairman of the commission is Lopukhova Yuliya Viktorovna, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor of the SSTU Faculty of Linguistic, Intercultural Communication and Russian as a Foreign Language; Makeeva Elena Yuryevna, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, the head of the Faculty of English Philology and Intercultural Communication; Isaycheva Oksana Sergeevna, the counsellor of the Personnel Policies and State Awards Authority of the Governors Office of Samara region.

11.02.2018

SSUSSE students participated in the festival Vmeste Media - 2018

At the first weekend of February, the representatives of media societies of Privolzhskaya area gathered at the forum Vmeste Media - 2018 in Samara. Our university was not an exception. SSUSSE was represented by the students of journalistic of the Department of Philology and the press centre FIZMATnews.

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What should be done to make the readers interested? The most important is that it should be interesting for you! Nikolay Pivnenko said in his lecture. The participants discussed these topics and actual problems of media.

On February 2-4, 2018, the forum Vmeste Media - 2018 was held in two cities of our region: Samara and Togliatti and united authors, journalists and radio hosts from the whole Privolzhskaya area. At the same time, the experts were selecting between the competition works prepared by the journalists from Kazan, Perm and Ufa. The participants of the forum not only listened, but also took part in the voting for the best works in different nominations. It is also very important that they had an opportunity to look at the mistakes typical for the writing of different articles and to listen to the speakers comments and advises.

The first day of the forum took place in Togliatti on February 2. On this day, the participants knew about the work of the Russian automobile manufacturer, AutoVAZ, had an excursion in its museum and visited the TV company VAZ TV.

Rodion Skryabin, the development director of the project Life hacker, Georgiy Umanovskiy, digital strategist, and Denis Kolesnikov, Kurazh-Bombey, were the speakers of the forum. Unfortunately, our team could not attend Togliatti, so we know about the first day events only according to the words of speakers and participants.

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The 2nd year student, Yuliya Gladovskaya, represented the press centre FIZMATnews at the festival Vmeste Media - 2018. The 1st-2nd year students of journalistic of the Department of Philology also took part in the forum.

Our main work started on Saturday, 3 February. Rodion Skryabin started the number of workshops by his story of start-up and development of Life hacker, the material makeup and the writing of articles. He also invited the authors who wants to cooperate with Life hacker.

Z-generation prefers to use 5 screens for a simultaneous work. This theme was the basis for the Georgy Umanovskiys lecture. The participants discussed the comparative characteristics of the interests of Z-generation and Y-generation, the trends of media development and the Internet structure in Russia.

The forum Vmeste Media 2018 gave positive emotions. It was a great pleasure to be at the same place with the best speakers of media. After lectures, we could ask speakers questions related to the topic or about work in general. Interesting lectures, sharing personal experience with the newcomer journalists and work with professional articles are the memorable points of the forum. I will be glad to take part in the similar event one more time and to use the gained knowledge at my work, the 1st year student of the Department of Philology, Andrey Moshkov, commented the work of the forum.

Actually, during coffee breaks all speakers were glad to talk with the participants. They even gave interviews for the 1st year students of journalistic of the Department of Philology. These students were praised for their work by Lilia Nazaryan in the morning brief, on February 4.

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Lilia noted that she was impressed by the Maria Titovas podcasts recorded during the forum and immediately sent to the network: Even laughing at Alexandr Lavrovs scarf was managed to be done nice.

The 1st day of the forum was based only on lectures. Mikhail Malyhin (Kommersant-Dengi, Moscow) told about the content marketing, how to promote the content in social networks and massagers. Alexandr Gluhodedov (Izvestiya, IZ.ru, Moscow) explained how to write the title of the news correctly and to choose the keywords to get the biggest number of hits and this information was called The journalism for robots.

The work of the forum was finished by the radio hosts, Nikolay Pivnenko and Oksana Bahmet-Zaynulina (DFM, Krasnodar). Oksana inspired the participants with ideas what can be done with a small budget: not only a corporate event, but also a festival! Oksana says that the most important thing is to give people an opportunity to say what they want. And then you will understand what you should do.

Popularity means not bouquets of flowers thrown to the car, but an opportunity to influence people,- Nikolay Pivnenko started his lecture with this memorable and profound words. He talked mostly to the real radio hosts. So, we, the students, had just to listen and learn from their stories and situations.

At the end of the festival, the participants got personalized certificates proving their training in the frames of the forum Vmeste Media 2018.

Alsu Alimbetova, the student of the group FF-b17ZHo, said: The forum Vmeste Media 2018 held in the hotel Vestrum was very useful for us, the young journalists. Speakers told us very interesting things we did not pay attention to before. I think such events should be organised more often in Samara, as we have a lot to learn from the journalism sharks.

I think such events should be held more often, because they help people from different media spheres to build bridges and share their knowledge. I am overwhelmed with impressions, not every day there is an opportunity to listen to the professionals. I hope next year I will have an opportunity to take part in this event again, Oleg Platonov, the 2nd year student of the Department of Philology, expressed his opinion. Oleg not only listened to the speakers lectures and interesting stories. He and his classmates had an important role of video operators.

I also want to admit, that the event was held at the highest level. The speakers are the professionals. I was especially impressed by Georgy Umanovskiy. At first, I was sceptic about his lecture, because I thought, if he is young, he will speak not interesting. However, from his first words I understood how much I was mistaken. Each speaker was interesting in his own way: the writing manner, the methods of the material presentation, the ways of speaking. But, all of them contributed to this festival and made it active, vivid and interesting.

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I personally got new knowledge and learned new methods of writing the articles. I am grateful not only to the speakers, but also to my university for this opportunity to participate in such event. Right now, after the forum, I realised the meaning of journalism and writing for me.

Yuliya Gladovskaya,
the student of the group FMFI-b16FTo,
the member of the press centre FIZMATnews

9.02.2018

The worldwide action Total dictation

We congratulate the citizens of Vladivostok with its new title! Now Vladivostok is the capital of the Total dictation 2018! It means that Vladivostok will attract attention of all lovers of Russian language. It is the city where Guzel Yakhina will read her text in the main venue of the Total dictation located at Far Eastern Federal University. All interested people will be able to write the text dictated by the author; the live broadcast will be on the website totaldict.ru.

We want to remind that the process of choosing the capital contained three rounds. From October 1 to November 10, 2017, the cities applied for the competition. From November 13 there had been the open voting on the official website of the project totaldikt.ru, and as a result the short list included Vladivostok, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Tallinn and Tyumen.

On January 27, 2018, the final part of the competition took place in Novosibirsk. As a result of the discussion the jury decided that Vladivostok will host the main venue of the project in 2018.

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The jury was represented by Mikhail Petrovich Fedoruk (the chairman of the jury, the rector of Novosibirsk State University), Guzel Yakhina (the author of the text of the Total dictation 2018), Olga Rebkovetz (the head of the fund Total dictation), Natalya Borisovna Koshkareva (the chairman of the Expert Council of the Total dictation, the doctor of philological sciences, the NSU professor), Maxim Kucherenko (the musician, the lead singer of Underwund group, the reader of the Total dictation in Moscow), Vladimir Tkachenko (the musician, the lead singer of Underwund group, the reader of the Total dictation in Moscow), Konstantin Garanin (the specialist in the sphere of the area marketing and crowdsourcing, the member of the Expert Council of the Government of Russia).

Guzel Yakhina, the author of the Total dictation 2018 told us: Everyone has a dream to visit Vladivostok for once in his life. And I am not an exception. I was afraid that the view of the Pacific Ocean from the university would distract me from the dictation. But then I realised that it would be behind my back. So now I feel calm.

Next year your city will also have an opportunity to compete for the title of the capital of the Total dictation and host the main venue. So be ready for voting!

At the end, the Underwund group sang for us.

You can see it on the link.

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The popular scientific lection about the linguistic results of the year held by Maxim Krongauz is available on the link.

On February 10, the Open library, the scientific event similar to the Total dictation, will be held for the second time. Look for the venues in your city and check your knowledge. The registration is on the website of the project.

Thank you for your literate writing and following our news.
See you on April 14!

9.02.2018

The All-Russian Methodological Seminar for the French teachers
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From January 28 to February 3, 2018, the 27th All-Russian Methodological Seminar for French teachers French language: the actualisation of linguistic and methodological knowledge about French culture and society was held in Moscow training centre Dobroe. The assistant professor of the Faculty of Roman Philology of the Department of Foreign Languages, Frolova Alina Ivanovna, participated in the seminar as a part of her continuing education.

The seminar was organised and held by the Russian Association of French Teachers in partnership with the Agency of International Educational Cooperation with assistance of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the French Embassy in Russia and Embassies of other French speaking countries. 147 participants including professors of higher education institutions, teachers of secondary education institutions and students from 68 cities of Russia, Denmark, Lithuania, Lebanon and the USA took part in the seminar.

24 highly qualified professors from France, Algeria, Belgium, Canada and Switzerland, who are the experts in teaching French as a foreign language, participated in the seminar.

This seminar stimulates productive professional work, motivates teachers, gives an opportunity to get Russian and foreign colleagues support, and proves the necessity and usefulness of French language.

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9.02.2018

The students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the Olympiad I am a professional

I am a professional is a great educational Olympiad of a new format organised for students of various specialties: technical, human and natural sciences. it is the description given by the organisers of this event.

The 5th year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT studying at the programme Pedagogical Education specialised in Mathematics and IT took part in the Olympiad.

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While everyone is waiting for the results, one of the participants, the student of the group b13MIo of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Alla Sosova, shared her impressions of this event and its tasks.

Some of the first tasks were aimed to check subject knowledge and were quite easy for us. Then we had to check some school students works according to the given criteria. Of course, we liked such tasks more than the first ones, because we could feel us teachers in this situation. The process of checking school students works is an important part of our profession.

At the end of the Olympiad there were tasks connected with psychology and pedagogy. Most of them contained descriptions of the situations and some questions. We had to choose the psychologically and pedagogically right decision about the teachers behaviour. While making these tasks we had an opportunity to think over the situation and even to philosophize. And it was also some kind of new experience!

To our minds, the tasks connected with the teaching methods of Maths (forms, methods, principles, teaching techniques and so on) were the only missing thing at this event. We wanted to check not only the knowledge of our subject and skills of checking students work, but the methodological aspects we should work on.

Of course, there was also lack of creativity. The word Olympiad is always associated with something new, non-standard, with somethings that should be also different from the classic maths lesson. Even though mathematic is an exact science, it does not mean that it can not be creative. So if some of the tasks of the Olympiad were methodically creative, we would do them with a great pleasure

We wish our students good results at the Olympiad I am a professional and further success in scientific work and study!

the student of the group b13MIo of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT
Alla Sosova

9.02.2018

The internship in the Czech Republic students impressions!

Tomas Bata University in Zlin is a dynamically developing higher education institution that consists of six faculties and offers students to study human and natural sciences, economics, technologies and art. It is one of the most famous research centres in the Czech Republic and abroad.

As it was already mentioned, the university has six faculties, but we want to tell about the Faculty of Management and Economics.

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The Faculty of Management and Economics of Tomas Bata University trains highly qualified specialists in such areas as management, marketing, design management, finances, accounting and tax and so on.

The international exchange means not only studying, but also cultural and educational activities, communication with students from all over the world and an entertainment programme organised by Buddy System (the organisation consisting of volunteer students of the university who help foreign students with the adaptation in Zlin).

One of the most interesting and memorable events is the presentation of the countries, where students demonstrate their country, serve traditional national dishes, introduce other students to the culture of their own country.

We also had an opportunity to represent our country. What do foreigners imagine thinking about Russia? Putin, severe frost, bears, vodka, pretty girls, hospitable people always ready to treat with delicious food. We want to admit, that to our great surprise we won and were extremely happy about it!

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When you study abroad, you have an opportunity to meet people from all over the world and practice your language. We met many people with different life positions and it enriched our knowledge and cultural experience! During our study students from Buddy System organised different events that helped to get closer to each other and communicate.

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We also had time for travelling. We passed exams successfully and travelled around Europe. If you wish, you can visit as many countries as you want.

So what are the advantages of the international exchange?

1. Valuable experience

2. Introduction to the new teaching and studying methods

3. An opportunity to know a new country

4. Language skills improvement

5. An opportunity to meet new good friends

6. A chance for a better job in your own country

If you have an opportunity to go abroad for studying, our undoubted advice is to go! You are not going to regret it!

the 4th year students of the Department of Economics, Management and Service,
Brusenceva E.P., Repina V.V.

(http://www.pgsga.ru/infocenter/news/24145.html)

7.02.2018

The Science Day 2018 at SSUSSE Department of Philology

On February 6, 2018, SSUSSE Department of Philology held the traditional scientific conference of professors, postgraduate and masters students dedicated to the Science Day and organised by the Faculty of Russian and Foreign Literature and Teaching Methods (the head is Prof. O.M. Buranok). The reports were also presented by the representatives of other Samara universities and institutions of higher education including Samara State Technical University, Samara State Medical University and others. The guest of the conference was the rector of the National Social University Ladomir, A.E. Shishkin, with the presentation of his new book The metaphysics of the consocial war.

The colleagues shared their discoveries in the chosen spheres of scientific work. The remarkable information was the interaction of sciences in the frames of literature teaching methods, the research on syncretism and interference of various arts (professor E.V. Abramovskih about the narrative transformations of non-classical paradigm of artistry (literature and cinema). There were reports about the specifications of humanities knowledge in engineering (doctoral candidate, N.A. Timoshchuk), about the methodological opportunities of the booktrailer technology in literature education (assistant professor, S.D. Kolova). Of course, the main part of the scientific works was dedicated to the literature studies: new names in modern literature, new opportunities and potential to analyse the classic works (Prof. V.Sh. Krivonos, Prof. N.B. Aldonina, assistant professor I.V. Nekrasova, assistant professor N.N. Kislova and others).

Such events, even held at the faculty or department levels, enrich creatively and methodologically both older and younger generations of scientists and professors.

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5.02.2018

SSUSSE students took part in the tournament 3G MYTH

On February 3, 2018, 22 Samara schools participated in the intellectual tournament 3G MYTH held by gymnasium 3. The 5th year students of SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Anastasiya Polesovshchikova (studying Mathematics and IT), Sidorov Egor and Ogurtsova Alena (studying Physics and IT), participated in it in the role of volunteers. It was the first event opening the Volunteers Year 2018 declared by the President.

The students told us about the events of this day:

Anastasiya Polesovshchikova

We helped to organise this event by registering the participants of the tournament, working at the stations with tasks and taking part in their checking. The tasks were prepared by the teachers of this gymnasium: the IT teacher, M.V. Agapova, and the math teacher, N.H. Nefedova. The tasks at all stations were very interesting and thought provoking. The school students demonstrated high results so the first and the second places were divided between several schools.

After the tournament, N.H. Nefedova held the workshop for school students Very big numbers that gave them the information about numbers describing the sizes of galaxies.

It was a great pleasure to see creative, ambitious and interested school students! This meeting reminded about the importance of teachers work once again.

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Egor Sidorov

The participation in the event 3G MYTH allowed us to be in the role of teachers and tutors. We had an opportunity to compare the level of maths, physics and IT knowledge of students from different schools and to observe their attitude towards this subjects. It is these subjects that are necessary for the applicants to enter the university and study engineering and IT.

It was also interesting to see the work of school students. Sometimes the process is even more interesting than results. I want to admit that the students behaviour was great and we did not have to make them remarks. It was also very pleasant!

This event was organised by the teachers of gymnasium 3. We are grateful to them for this initiative. The event was prepared and held at the high level.

Alena Ogurtsova

I am sure that we had a unique opportunity to help in organising such event. At first, our task was to register the participants from different schools and to issue the certificates. I was very glad to see the school students from gymnasium 4 to whom I taught IT during my pedagogical practise. We met each other as good friends.

The tournament contained three different directions: mathematics, physics and IT. I was engaged in the work of IT section. I was surprised by the students ambitions. Until the last minute (!!!) all participants were making their tasks prepared by the teachers of gymnasium 3. Then we helped to check the works and calculate points in every section.

I was impressed by the N.H. Nefedovas workshop based on the associations. The numbers were always presented in comparison with something concrete and commensurable. The school students accepted this information with great emotions so that it broadened their horizons and imagination and attracted their attention to the other type of mathematics.

This event not only gave me organising experience but also enriched my pedagogical experience with the tasks from the tournament. I am thankful to the teachers of gymnasium 3 for their invitation and trust!

5.02.2018

The graduation of the masters students at the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT

On January 30, 2018, the masters students of the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT studying at the training programme number 44.04.01 Pedagogical education with the masters programme IT in Education got their diplomas.

It is the second graduation of the masters students of the pedagogical IT education trained by the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT led by the head of the faculty, assistant professor, Tatyana Valeryevna Dobudko.

Tatyana Valeryevna issued diplomas to the graduates and wished them further professional success.

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the masters graduate student,
the assistant dean for educational affairs of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT,
Galina Alexandrovna Dodonova

4.02.2018

The Students Archaeological Conference

On February 1-4, the All-Russian (with the international participation) Uralo-Povolzhskaya Archaeological Conference for students and young scientists took place in Samara. SSUSSE is one of the organisers of the conference which held it as a part of the realisation of the state project 33.1907.2017/PCH. The young scientists from 25 institutions of higher education from 21 cities visited the anniversary forum. Nearly 130 reports were presented and protected at 6 sections. 10 doctors, 20 candidates of historical sciences and 10 research scientists led the sections and participated in the discussions. The reports covered the issues from the Palaeolithic period to the early Modern period. SSUSSE was represented by 13 masters and bachelors students trained by the professors of the Faculty of National History and Archaeology, K.M. Andreev, A.A. Vybornov and A.I. Korolev. Some of them (Doga N., Popov A., Smagin V., Gilyazov F., Somov A.) are the participants of the project. The conference was greatly assisted by the students of the Department of History. The materials published on the basis of the conference are accumulated by Russian Science Citation Index. The guests of the conference visited the Stalins bunker, the Samara Regional Museum and the historical complex Gudok.

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2.02.2018

SSUSSE professors participated in the conference The ways of interaction in the development of digital skills

On January 26-28, the conference The ways of interaction in the development of digital skills was held in Novotel Moscow Kievskaya in Moscow. At this conference the members of the social project Microsoft Your course: IT for youth discussed the modern tendencies in the school students IT education.

The conference united more than 90 participants from different Russian regions: the active ICT and IT teachers who are the heads of school programming clubs, the coordinators and tutors of regional resource centres of the project Your course: IT for youth who are the representatives of higher and secondary professional education institutions, libraries and centres of additional education, the representatives of the projects aimed to support the school students scientific and technological creativity and to help them at getting ICT and programming skills.

SSUSSE professors of theDepartmentof ICT in Education (the Head of theDepartment, the Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Assistant Professor, O.F. Bryksina, the Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Assistant Professor, E.N. Tarakanova, and the Head Teacher, Marina V. Kalinkina) took part in the conference at the invitation of the organisers of the conference.

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It was three great days of creative communication with colleagues who are the unique experts in the sphere of IT education invited by the organisers of the conference.

The leading speakers of the conference:

- Dmitry Soshnikov, the technology evangelist of Microsoft, the candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, assistant professor of MAI, MIPT, HSE, the member of the Russian Association of Artificial Intelligence;

- Ivan Ninenko, the expert of Global Educational Futures, the coordinator of tutors programme at NTI University;

- Evgeniy Patarakin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, the senior research scientist of the MSPU Institute of System Projects;

- Dmitry Sudakov, the consultant of the business school SKOLKOVO, the head of the project The catalogue of new professions;

- Boris Yarmakhov, the head of the educational programme the National Society of IT in Education;

- Vadim Polyuga, the head of the engineering and innovation centre I-cube;

- Alexey Fedoseev, the head of the Department of Juniors of the organisation Worldskills Russia, the head of the NTI project office;

- Valeriy Kudryavtsev, the robotics and neurotechnological teacher, the lead engineer of BiTronics Lab and others.

The colleagues shared their unique experience that will be definitely useful for the work of the centre MS Your course: IT for youth which is organised by SSUSSE Faculty of ICT in Education.

The work of our centre was highly praised by the head of the project Microsoft Your course: IT for youth, Yakov Ostanin. The centre was rewarded in the nomination The centre of High Achievements.

Of course, it is the collective achievement of the professors of the Faculty of ICT in Education, the students of the Department of Primary Education and the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT who take an active part in the volunteer movement, the cultural and educational activity in the sphere of IT education. Our centre organised and held a lot of different events for thousands of school students at schools of Samara and Samara region. For some of these students our meetings played an important role for the career guidance and the choice of their future professions.

Special words of gratitude went to Marina Viktorovna Kalinkina for the distant training The educational circuits and electronics with Arduino for beginners (or the free Arduino programming) and to the team of professors of the faculty who are the authors of the methodological materials for All-Russian action Code hour.

The collaboration between the project MS Your course: IT for youth and SSUSSE is still in progress. There are new ideas of their partnership and the priority directions of its development.

2.02.2018

Our congratulations to the students of the Department of Foreign Languages!

On January 23-26, 2018, Povolzhskiy State University of Telecommunications and Informatics held the XII International Public Scientific Conference for Young Researches Education. Science. Profession. organised by the Department of the Ministry of Education and Science of Samara region in Otradnenskoye. More than 1300 students from 54 Russian regions and 3 former Soviet Union countries took part in the conference.

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On December 23, the intellectual programme was organised for the representatives from Moscow, Samara, Belgorod, Volgograd, and Tomsk who demonstrated their knowledge and creative skills. The young talents competed in Olympiads on different subjects including Physics, Mathematics, IT, History and Social Studies, Russian and English languages. On December 24, the ceremonial opening and meetings in different sections were held. SSUSSE students of the Department of Foreign Languages, Trutneva Vera, Efanova Marina, Prokaeva Alexandra, participated in the open round of the conference and protected their projects successfully.

On December 26, the summing up of the results of the Olympiads and the winners awarding ceremony were held. Our students and their tutors were rewarded with diplomas and certificates. The report made by the 5th year student, Trutneva Vera, was awarded as the best one in the section Linguistics of Foreign Languages (the 1st grade) and her groupmate, Efanova Marina, became the winner of the Olympiads on Russian and English languages.

We congratulate our students and wish them further success in education and scientific researches!

assistant professor of the Faculty of English Language and Teaching Methods,
Guseva E.V.
and the 5th year student,
Trutneva V.

31.01.2018

Cultural and educational practice at the Department of Foreign Languages

The students of the Department of Foreign Languages passed the cultural and educational practice successfully. For a week (from January 22 to January 27) the 3rd year students of the programme Pedagogical education studying at the English Department had been presenting their cultural and educational projects at Samara school 144 and in the Samara gymnasium 2. With a great interest the 5-11th grade students watched the dramatic presentations Samara is my native city, The king Arthurs legends: truth and fiction, A little bit about France, English and American universities and many other which combined interesting information in Russian and English languages with the well organised audio-visual effects.

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The practice helped students to get important experience of communication with children, demonstrated both difficult and pleasant moments of the cultural and educational teachers work. The school teachers and administration praised the practice and the high quality of students training, their creativity, discipline and interest.

the head of the practice,
the assistant professor of the Faculty of English Language and Teaching Methods,
Guseva E.V.

31.01.2018

SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT invites school students to take part in the competition Mathematics is around us

It is the start time of the distant tour of the traditional annual regional competition of the school students research works and projects in the sphere of mathematics and applied mathematics Mathematics is around us. The competition is aimed to develop students interest in studying mathematics, to improve the level of their information culture, to develop communicative skills, cognitive abilities and research skills.

Every participant of the competition can present the research work or project in the following nominations:

- Live functions;

- Mathematics in my life;

- The pages of the mathematics textbook.

We invite 5-11th grade school students of the general secondary education institutions of Samara and Samara region to take part in the competition. Both individual participants and creative teams (no more than 3 people) are permitted to take part in the competition. Applications and competition works are accepted since February 11 to February 27.

The first tour of the competition is distant. The jury will be choosing the best works until March 15, 2018.

The second tour is in-person. It will be in the form of a public protection of the chosen works during the last week of March.

Applications and competition works are accepted by the Organising Committee of the competition within the stated time frame. The participation is free.

The address of the Organisation Committee:

443099, Samara, Antonova-Ovseenko Street, 26, the Department of mathematics, Physics and IT, the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods, room 245.

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30.01.2018

The first day results of the conference of the Total dictation
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On January 25, the VI International Scientific Conference of the Total dictation The dynamic processes in modern Russian language started its work in Novosibirsk.

During three days Novosibirsk hosted nearly 200 organisers and experts of philology from 14 countries. All of them participated in the plenary meeting that started with the wish of the productive work to all guests of the conference from the vice Minister of Culture of Novosibirsk region, Evgeniy Sazonov, to the rector of Novosibirsk State University, Mikhail Fedoruk.

It is great that every year the Total dictation unites more and more people. It means the increase of the number not only of the members of organising team but also of the participants who want to challenge their literate skills. The conference of the Total dictation is a unique event that combines different forms of events from the scientific meetings to the rock concerts. The final part of the competition The capital of the Total dictation 2018 is going to be the main event of this conference, the head of the fund Total dictation, Olga Rebkovetz, said in her welcome speech.

In the following days of the conference, the city coordinators are going to take part in a number of educational seminars and workshops for the popularization and effective work organisation of the event preparations in their native cities. The philologists will also work hard to discuss the actual issues of modern Russian Studies, the dynamic, variations and the codification of the norm.

All philologists can be divided into two categories: Buki and Byaki. Buki are conservative and don not like to deviate from the rules, and Byaki including myself see the language as more flexible structure. They both are right. Their communication and collaboration are very important, because it helps to find out the general not subjective position which will do good to the Russian language. The results of the Total dictation provide materials for the investigations and on their basis we publish a collection of articles devoted to the problems of Russian orthography, punctuation and speech culture, Natalya Koshkareva, the chairman of the Expert Council of the Total dictation, expressed her opinion.

At the plenary meeting there was an open draw to choose an order of presentations of the applicant cities in the final part of the competition. As a result, the order looks so: Irkutsk, Vladivostok, Tallinn, Tyumen and Krasnoyarsk.

Let us remind that the capital of the Total dictation will be chosen in Akadempark (Nikolaeva Street, 12, floor 2, the Big hall) on January 27 at 17.00. This evening the jury will see the presentations of the delegations from five cities.

This year, for the first time, the participants will write the dictation with the same branded pens Berlingo in the thousands of venues. 225 000 pens with the total weight of more than one ton will be delivered to 800 Russian cities to allow the participants to write the new text and the members of the Expert Council to check it. The results will be available at personal accounts on the official website of the Total dictation.

Igor Tochilkin, the head of the Promotion Department of Berlingo, commented that choice: Because of unique oil-based ink and special writing tip pens xGold can do the writing of the Total dictation very comfortable allowing the participants to write it without any mistakes.

The coordinator of the project Total dictation,
Kseniya Erdman
pr@totaldict.ru
www.facebook.com/ksenia.erdman

30.01.2018

Vladivostok is the capital of the Total dictation 2018
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On January 27, 2018, the final part of the competition The capital of the Total dictation was held in Akadempark. The jury decided that Vladivostok would host the main venue of the Total dictation 2018.

The process of choosing the capital contained three rounds. From October 1 to November 10, 2017, the cities applied for the competition. From November 13 there had been the open voting on the official website of the project totaldikt.ru, and as a result the short list included Vladivostok, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Tallinn and Tyumen.

The head of the project, Olga Rebkovetz, said: This year the Total dictation is already 15 years. During these years, the author of the text had always read it in Novosibirsk State University. We think that the annual transfer of the main venue from one city to the other can give a new start to the project development. Novosibirsk will always remain the special city for the Total dictation; it is its home and the work place of the fund and the Expert Council of the Total dictation. On April 14, the Novosibirsk citizens will definitely have unusual venues and interesting readers.

On January 27, 2018, more than 200 of participants of the Total dictation including experts and philologists gathered in Academpark. In the final part of the competition The capital of the Total dictation five delegations presented their cities being on the short list. Every city tried to prove the jury that it is worthy to host the main venue of the Total dictation. The jury consisted of Mikhail Petrovich Fedoruk (the chairman of the jury, the rector of Novosibirsk State University), Guzel Yakhina (the author of the text of the Total dictation 2018), Olga Rebkovetz (the head of the fund Total dictation, the head of the project), Natalya Borisovna Koshkareva (the chairman of the Expert Council of the Total dictation, the doctor of philological sciences, professor of NSU), Maxim Kucherenko (the musician, the lead singer of Underwund group, the reader of the Total dictation in Moscow), Konstantin Garanin (the specialist in the sphere of the area marketing and crowdsourcing, the member of the Expert Council of the Government of Russia).

As a result of the long discussion the jury chose Vladivostok to be the capital of the Total dictation.

It was very nervous and difficult to take part in the competition and all competitors were strong. Vladivostok is the winner and it is a great honour because the whole world will observe the main venue. Regardless of our victory, we tried to surprise our participants. Last year our venues hosted 1800 people. We believe that the status of the capital will arise even more interest in the project and we expect to host 3000 participants. Among them there will be All-Russian Childrens centre Ocean and the tall ship Pallada. For the first time the dictation will be held in the biggest Russian Primorskiy Aquarium and the Nakhimov President Nevil School. Vladivostok is the second most important consular centre except St. Petersburg and so we decided to organise a public venue for writing TruD test for the consular stuff and their family members. We invited the author of the text to read it in the main venue at Far Eastern Federal University, the coordinator of the Total dictation in Vladivostok, Vyucheslav Belyakov, gave his comments.

Guzel Yakhina, the author of the Total dictation 2018, told us: Everyone has a dream to visit Vladivostok for once in his life. And I am not an exception. I was afraid that the view of the Pacific Ocean from the university would distract me from the dictation. But then I realised that it will be behind my back. So now I feel calm. I thought that the city presentations would help to make the right choice, but they made it even harder. All cities were worthy the name and the jury had a hot discussion.

The concert of the Underwund group was the final part of the competition The capital of the Total dictation 2018 and a present for its participants; it gathered more than 400 participants including friends, organisers and philologists.

The coordinator of the project Total dictation,
Kseniya Erdman
pr@totaldict.ru
www.facebook.com/ksenia.erdman

29.01.2018

The XXVI International Christmas Readings

The assistant professor of the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods, Shatrova Yuliya Staneslavovna, participated in the XXVI International Christmas Readings held in Moscow on January 24-28, 2018.

International Christmas Readings are held in the form of a church public forum in the sphere of education, culture, social service and spiritual and moral education. This year the main topic of the forum was Moral values and the future of the humankind. The forum covered the issues in 16 areas.

The opening ceremony was preceded by the Divine Liturgy in the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.

The opening part and the plenary meeting of the forum in the State Kremlin Palace was led by the chairman of the International Christmas Readings, the Patriarch of Moscow and all Rus, Kirill.

The first Deputy Chief of the Presidential Executive Office, Sergey Kiriyenko, read out the greeting of the president of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, to the participants of the forum. The first Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, Alexandr Zhukov, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergey Lavrov, the Minister of Education and Science, Olga Vasilyeva, and the Minister of Culture, Vladimir Medinskiy, also welcomed the participants.

There were more than 6 thousand people including the members of the Most Holy Synod and the Supreme Church Council of the Russian Orthodox Church, the heads of metropolitans, eparches, the representatives of the local Orthodox Churches, the members of the Organizing Committee of the International Christmas Readings, the members of the Interreligious Council of Russia, the representatives of the Government of Moscow, the heads and representatives of the diplomatic offices, the plenipotentiary representatives of the Russian President in the Federal districts, the heads of the Federal Services of the Russian Federation, the heads of the Departments of the Federal Ministries and Authorities, the heads of the regions, rectors and representatives of nearly 300 Russian and foreign universities, the heads of the general education institutions, clergies and teachers.

In his speech the Patriarch Kirill said about the necessity to think over the challenges faced by the modern civilization from the Christian point of view. The Christmas Readings are unique and have no analogues in any church in the world. The Patriarch of Russian Church said: Episcopate, clergies and laypeople: people of different position in the society, scientists, politicians and professors discussed the topical issues all together. The topics stay on the agenda of the relationships between church and society and between church and stateWhen we speak about the moral values and the future of the humankind their interrelations attract attention to the youth and the system of education. The present moment forms the future especially in the hearts and minds of the young generation.

The work of the forum focused on the educational issues by the number of events such as the round-tables The role of the moral values in the formation of personality in the system of education, The teachers responsibility for the youth moral education, The moral values as a means of developing in the youth society; the sections The additional educational work with school students, The actual issues of the Russian national sovereignty: morality in science, education, culture, health service, economy and law; the conferences Orthodox faith and science in Russia nowadays: the constructive dialogue, The moral education of the person: traditions and modernity and many others.

The time limit of the event did not allow to attend all interesting events.

The special attention was attracted by the conference National basic values and Russian civilizational identity in the modern system of education held as a part of the meeting of the World Russian Peoples Council on January 26. The report of the head of the Discussion Club of the World Russian Peoples Council, Lepehin Vladimir Anatolyevich, Humanitarian sovereignty is the strategic goal of Russian civilization and the report of the vice head of the Expertise Centre of the World Russian Peoples Council, Timakov Vladimir Viktorovich, Russian demography: the value origin and the civilization peculiarities identified a number of serious problems. The aspects of the foresight anthropology with the representation of the models of the competing future were also raised at the conference.

The very important and difficult issues were discussed as a part of the conference. Speaking about the basic values as a basis of the national identification the reporters placed special emphasis on the necessity of the solidarity education.

More than 15 thousand of participants from all Russian regions and the representatives of Belarus, Ukraine, Moldovia, Georgia, Greece, Latvia, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kirgizia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Great Britain, Germany, Canada and France took part in the events of the International Readings in Moscow.

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the candidate of pedagogical sciences,
the assistant professor of Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT,
Shatrova Y.S.

28.01.2018

The XIV Samara archaeological conference took place in Samara Alabin Regional History Museum

On January 27-28, the XIV Samara archaeological conference was held in Samara Alabin Regional History Museum. SSUSSE was one of the organisers. 40 reports were dedicated to the results of archaeological sites and scientific researches of 2017. The new exhibition The new discoveries of Samara archaeologists was presented. The conference covered a wide range of issues from the Mesolithic period to the Middle Ages of Samara region and surrounding regions. The presented reports were prepared not only by the specialists of different scientific institutions, but also by masters and bachelors students. Professors (K.M. Andreev, A.A. Vybornov, A.I. Korolev), researches (I.N. Vasylyeva, V.N. Myshkin, N.V. Roslyakova), graduate, masters and bachelors students (O.V. Eresko, N.S. Doga, A.S. Popov, A.V. Somov, V.A. Smagin) participated in the conference within the project 33.1907 assigned by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

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27.01.2018

Russian Student Day

Russian Student Day is a holiday that unites students all over Russia. It is originated from 1755. It was known as Tatyana Day, but in 2005 the 25th of January was proclaimed as Russian Students Day. Every year all institutions of secondary and higher professional education wait for this great holiday, and SSUSSE is not an exception.

On January 25, the ceremonial event dedicated to Russian Student Day traditionally took place at the skating rink Ice City of the shopping mall Aurora Mall

SSUSSE Rector, Professor, the Candidate of Historical Sciences, Mochalov Oleg Dmitrievich, the Vice-rector for Academic research work, Repinetskiy Alexander Ivanovich, the vice-rector for academic affairs and quality of education, Kislova Nataliya Nikolaevna, the vice-rector for continuing education, career guidance and public affairs, Shchelkov Alexey Borisovich participated in this event.

The 200 most active, creative, flexible and initiative students were honoured with SSUSSE rector and vice-rectors greetings and gratitude.

The atmosphere of the students award ceremony was warm and merry. According to the results of 2017, SSUSSE rector and vice-rectors awarded the best students in four different areas: scientific work, social activity, sport and art. The students were rewarded with diplomas and souvenirs.

The best students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT are the 2nd-5th year students: Vorobyina Kseniya, Zainkova Anna, Zyabirova Mariya, Kosareva Nadezhda, Kuznetsova Elena, Nechaev Maxim, Ogurtsova Alena, Petrova Alena, Sosova Alla, Stelmashchuk Sergey, Trifonova Anastasiya, Anaykina Alina, Zhmetko Anastasiya, Kazak Ekaterina, Martynova Anastasiya, Nazarova Anastasiya, Seredavina Yuliya, Eroshkin Ilya and Ilyasova Elvina.

The ceremonial part was followed by the active rest and entertaining programme. The students of different departments prepared an interactive activity and everyone took part in it with a great interest and got different prizes.

During this interactive part all students communicated, supported each other and helped to make tasks. The atmosphere was festive, warm and merry.

At the end the students traditionally made photos because only pictures can keep the moments the time erases.

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26.01.2018

The III All-Russian Scientific Conference Structural and functional organisation and dynamic of the vegetation cover

On January 19-21, 2018, SSUSSE held the III All-Russian Scientific Conference Structural and functional organisation and dynamic of the vegetation cover to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the Samara Department of the Russian Botanical Society.

The conference was organised by SSUSSE Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods (the head of the faculty is the candidate of biological sciences, assistant professor Alexandr Alekseevich Semenov) and the Samara Department of the organisation Russian Botanical Seciety (the chairman is the doctor of biological sciences, professor Vera Valentinovna Solovyeva).

The conference was dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Samara (Kuybyshev) Department of the Russian (All-Union) Botanical Society.

48 researches representing 21 scientific and educational organisations from 13 Russian cities (from Moscow to Chita, from Syktyvkar to Volgograd) participated in the conference.

At the conference there were the following sections of the discussion of actual problems of botanic and bioecological education:

- The phytocoenotic characteristic of the natural complex and the dynamic of the vegetation cover;

- The floristic diversity of the ecosystem;

- The anthropogenic transformation and flora protection;

- The ontogeny, structure and dynamic of the plant populations;

- Ecology and physiology of plants;

- Introduction, acclimatization and reproductive biology of plants;

- Actual problems of the students and school students biological education.

The materials of the conference were published in the collection of papers containing 214 pages.

The representatives of the editorial board are

- the doctor of biological sciences, professor V.V. Solovyeva (the editor-in-chief);

- the candidate of the biological sciences, assistant professor, the head of the Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods, A.E. Mitroshenkova;

- the head teacher, A.S. Yaitskyi (the secretary).

We are grateful to the participants of the conference and hope to see them at the IV Conference Structural and functional organisation and dynamic of the vegetation cover in Samara.

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25.01.2018

Happy Russian Student Day!

On January 25, Russian Student Day (Tatyana Day) is celebrated in Russia. On January 25, 2005, it was proclaimed by the Russian President by Decree 76. But its history and traditions come from the XVIII century. And its traditions are still kept up.

Dear students, with all our heart we congratulate you with this holiday! We wish you to believe in yourself, not give up, follow your dreams, gain new knowledge, do something interesting, get rid of laziness and fear and reach your goals!

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24.01.2018

The author of the Total dictation 2018 is Guzel Yakhina

On November 29, 2017, at the traditional press conference of the international cultural project Total dictation the author of its text was announced. It is the famous Russian writer Guzel Yakhina.

The head of the project Total dictation, Olga Rebkovetz, told about the main innovation. It is the annual choice of the capital of the Total dictation.

Olga Rebkovetz explained: The voting has already been in progress for two weeks and during this time all cities have got 280 00 votes. Now the top three includes Irkutsk, Vladivostok and Tallinn, but the situation can change at any time. The results of the voting will depend only on the activity of our participants and on the wish of the citizens of the applicant cities to host the main venue of the Total dictation.

The finish time of the voting is December 26, 2018. The next day, on December 27, five cities of the voting short list will be announced. The winner will be chosen and announced at the traditional conference of the Total dictation in Novosibirsk on December 27.

The previous year 200 000 participants from all over the world took place in the project. In 2018 not less than 250 000 participants are expected and the number of countries holding the event will increase up to eighty.

In 2018 the author of the text of the Total dictation is Guzel Yakhina. Three extracts from the dictation called Morning, Afternoon and Evening tell about one day in the life of German language art teacher.

Olga Rebkovetz said: As usually the decision about the author of the text is taken by the Expert Council of the event. Our main wish is to introduce readers to the good modern Russian literature. In April we already knew who we want to invite to be an author of the following Total dictation. Fortunately, the author accepted this invitation quickly even if the location is still unknown.

Guzel Yakhina told us: I got the invitation letter to become a writer at night and my immediate answer was Yes. Three texts I will read on April 14 will be parts of my novel My children. The novel describes the life of Povolzhsky German autonomy in 1916-1938. The work on the text of the dictation is a new experience for me. It is similar to a jewellery work when all spelling and punctuation rules are looked through the philological microscope. I realized that the day of the dictation is just the icing on the cake and the huge scientific work takes place before and after it.

At the previous dictation there were a lot of participants with great results and we hope that the next time their number will increase due to our training courses. The new text is not less interesting than last year dictation with a great variation of punctuation. And these variants provide a valuable material for the members the Orthographic Committee of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Natalya Koshkareva, the chairman of the Expert Council of the Total Dictation, professor of Novosibirsk State University, expressed her opinion about the text.

The following year the TV presenter, Viktor Gusev, is going to take part in the dictation for the second time. In 2016 the famous sports commentator read the Andrey Usachevs text at Moscow State Engineering University.

Victor Gusev commented his participation in this event the following way: I have three reasons which motivate me to take part in the Total dictation. First of all, I want to help the literate Russian language. Some wrong phrases of sport commentators have already become jokes. The next aim is to communicate with people. And the most pleasant is that the Total dictation brings me back to my student years.

This year, for the first time, the participants will write the dictation with the same branded pens Berlingo in the thousands of venues. 225 000 pens with the total weight of more than one ton will be delivered to 800 Russian cities to allow the participants to write the new text and the members of the Expert Council to check it. The results will be available at personal accounts on the official website of the Total dictation.

Let us remind that the date of the Total dictation is April 14, 2018, and it will be held in thousands of cities worldwide. To avoid cheating the world is divided into 3 time zones with a special extract of the text for each zone.

Information about the author: Guzel Yakhina is the Russian writer. She was born in Kazan in 1977. She graduated from Kazan State University of Education and Moscow Film School. Her debut novel Zuleikha opens her eyes telling about the dekulakization programme of 1930thbrought her success. The author is the winner of the Big Book, Yasnaya Polyana and the Book of the Year Awards.

Information about the Total dictation: The Total dictation is an annual cultural event in the form of a dictation available for everyone. Its goal is to show everyone the importance of being literate and to convince that it is not easy but very interesting and useful to study Russian language. The first Total dictation was held in 2004 by the students of the Faculty of Human Sciences of Novosibirsk State University. From 2004 till 2008 the NSU professors had read the text of the dictation. In 15 years the Total dictation has turned into an international event. In 2017 it was held in 866 cities of 71 country and more than 200 000 people took part in it. The Total dictation is a social project organised by enthusiasts and volunteers. Its organiser is the fund Total dictation in Novosibirsk. Every year a famous author writes a special text of the dictation. Every interested person regardless of age, gender, education, religion, marital status, interests and political affiliation may participate in the dictation. The website of the project is totaldict.ru.

The coordinator of the project Total dictation,
Kseniya Erdman
pr@totaldict.ru
www.facebook.com/ksenia.erdman

22.01.2018

The language students have the Final State Examination

On January 17, the State Exam Commission started its work at the Department of Foreign Languages.

During four work days of the commission the state exam was passed successfully by 4 part-time students of the masters programme The theory and methods of teaching of foreign languages and cultures studying at the training programmenumber 45.03.02 Linguistic; 14 part-time students of the bachelors programme Translation and interpreting studies studying at the training programme Linguistic; 13 part-time students of the bachelors programme The theory and methods of teaching of foreign languages and cultures studying at the training programme Linguistic.

At the exam students translated and interpreted from English into Russian and from Russian into English, demonstrated their French and German language skills and pedagogical excellence.

25 graduate students passed exams with excellent and good marks.

The next work period of the commission will start on February 7. We wish our graduate students to protect their graduation theses successfully!

The members of the State Exam Commission (from left to right): Isaycheva Oksana Sergeevna, the counsellor of the Personnel Policies and State Awards Authority of the Governors Office of Samara region; Makeeva Elena Yuryevna, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, the head of the Faculty of English Philology and Intercultural Communication; the chairman of the commission is Lopukhova Yuliya Viktorovna, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor of the SSTU Faculty of Linguistic, Intercultural Communication and Russian as a Foreign Language; Elmenkina Irina Alexandrovna, the leading specialist of the Department of Organisational Support of the Samara Organisation Authority of 2018 World Cup; Otryaskina Natalya Evgenyevna, the II category translator of the Department of Scientific and Technical Information of JSC Giprovostokneft.

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22.01.2018

The infant swimming coaches training seminar with the international participation

On January 15-18, 2018, SSUSSE Department of Physical Education and Sport organised the infant swimming coaches training seminar with the international participation. The seminar was held by the foreign professors from SSUSSE partner universities, the swimming coaches with the international qualification, Alexandr Skaliy (Poland) and Terye Stakset (Norway).

Terye Stakset, the head of the infant swimming school in Oslo (Norway) says: A coach is like a rose! He is beautiful, but he has protection thorns On January 15-18, together with Alexandr Skaliy, the head of the Institution of Health and Physical Education of the Bygdoszcz University of Economy (Poland), Terye Stakset held the theoretical part and workshops for infant swimming coaches at SSUSSE Department of Physical Education and Sport.

The opening part took place in SSUSSE swimming pool Burevestnik.

During the first two days, the participants got a lot of theoretical information:

- the equipment needed for the infant swimming training;

- the ways to achieve the interaction and communication in water;

- the exercises for children aged between 3 and 12 months;

- the exercises for children aged between 1 and 4 years;

- the regulation of the childs body temperature, immune system and general well-being.

On the third day there was the most awaited part of the workshops, the practical one. In the swimming pool MTL Arena, the young mothers learned the special rules for babies in water.

At the end of the four-day training there was an exam and all participants got the personalised certificates.

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the 2nd year student of the Department of Philology,
Nadezhda Atylina.

20.01.2018

The students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography visited the gerontological centre

The students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography visited the gerontological centre of Samara region. They prepared a concert programme, some presents and greetings to congratulate the elderly people with New Year holidays.

The gerontological centre of Samara region is a social service institution intended for the permanent living of the elderly people who need medical, social and rehabilitation services.

The gerontological centre has a capacity of 260 people. Depending on the degree of self-service the centre has two departments the department Miloserdiye with a capacity of 155 people that need an assistant help and the department Activnoye dolgoletiye with the capacity of 105 elderly people with an active lifestyle. In general there are three departments Miloserdiye and five departments Activnoye dolgoletiye in the gerontological centre.

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18.01.2018

The volunteers of the centre Your course. IT for the youth. are ready for a new project

On February 17-18, the first festival of science and technology Qubit is organised for teenagers in Samara.

On the first day of the festival scientists, entrepreneurs and experts are going to tell school students about the main peculiarities of the popular professions in different STEM areas (S science, T technology, E engineering, M mathematics). In each category students can choose topics they are interested in.

On the second day Smart Course plans the workshops for teachers of Samara and Samara region. The teachers will get acquainted with effective forms of career guidance that will help students to make a conscious choice of their future professions. SSUSSE students are going to take part in these workshops.

The festival is organised by the Arconic Foundation that realises the programmes of the technical education support in the higher education institutions and colleges, the programmes of technical creativity at schools, the professional education of socially vulnerable youth.

The event is organised with the support of Association of Communicators in the Sphere of Education and Science, SSUSSE, the project Smart Course and Samara Pedagogical Further Training and Retraining Institution.

16.01.2018

The cooperation of SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT and the Klyavlin school 2

As a part of cooperation agreement between SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT and the V. Maskin school 2 in Klyavlin the school teachers and students will take part in the contest of school students research works The world around us.

This contest is traditionally organised and held by the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT during spring school holidays.

The students of the V. Maskin school 2 in Klyavlin got the opportunity to participate in the contest The world around us at the career guidance event Career Day held by Klyavlin region at this school on December 15, 2017.

On that day the representatives of all SSUSSE departments including the professors of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT visited Klyavlin region. The acting deputy dean for educational work of the department, the senior professor of the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Teaching Methods, Olga Alexandrovna Yankevich, and the assistant professor of the Department of Physics, Mathematics and IT represented our department at the meeting with the potential applicants.

The 1980th graduate of the Department of Mathematics and Physics, the first deputy head of Klyavlin region, Petr Nikolaevich Klimaschov, and the head of the Klyavlin North-Eastern Educational Authority of the Ministry of Education and Science of Samara region, Sergey Vasilyevich Mihankov, also participated in Klyavlin Career Day.

We hope that the participation of school students of Klyavlin region in the contest The world around us will not only continue the career guidance event Career Day, but will also help the school students graduates of 2018 to pass the state exams successfully and enter SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT.

the acting deputy dean for educational work of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Olga Alexandrovna Yankevich

15.01.2018

Sergey Borisovich Semenov passed away

On January 15, 2018, the outstanding national historian, the honoured worker of the Russian higher professional education, the doctor of historical sciences, professor of SSUSSEChairof World History, Low and Teaching Methods passed away at the age of 64.

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Sergey Borisovich Semenov

We express our deepest condolences to the family and relatives.

15.01.2018

Masters theses protection at the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT

On January 10, 2018, the Final State Examination took place at the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT. The extramural students of the masters programme IT in Education studying at the training program number 44.04.01 Pedagogical Education protected their masters theses.

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In accordance with the requirements of FSES the Final State Examinations were aimed to check the masters graduate students professional written and oral communication skills in Russian and foreign languages. That is why the masters theses protection was in Russian, English and German.

The State Exam Commission noted the relevance of the topics of the represented theses. Six out of ten works got an excellent mark, three future masters IT graduates will receive honours degree diplomas.

At the masters theses protection the employers were represented by Sergey Evgenyevich Ivanov, the representative of public education, the honoured teacher of Samara region, the head of the Samara region state institution of additional education Samara Children and Youth Art Institution, and Putilova Elena Victorovna, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, the IT teacher of the Samara lyceum Technicheskiy.

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the acting deputy dean for educational work of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT,
Galina Alexandrovna Dodonova

12.01.2018

The students of the Department of Foreign Languages took part in the All-Russian English dictation

On November 30, SSUSSE held the regional round of the All-Russian English dictation for students and high school students.

It was organised by Kazan University. The Faculty of English Philology of the Korolev Samara National Research University Department of Philology and Journalism was its partner in Samara. 12177 students from 20 Russian regions (70 schools and 29 institutions of higher education) took part in this event.

Among the participant of the regional round there were the 4th year students of SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages with the specialisation Pedagogical Education: Abramova Anastasiya, Gladkov Andrey, Gryaznova Anastasiya, Dagdyeva Govher, Dyachkova Irina, Prokaeva Alexandra, Yuryeva Victoria.

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After New Year holidays the long-awaited certificates were received. According to the results of the dictation there are four winners. Two of them are the students of our university. They shared their impressions from this new experience:

Andrey Gladkov, group 41a: For me it was a great pleasure to take part in the All-Russian English dictation. Of course, I was a little bit nervous. I do not doubt my writing skills and literacy, but I have a bad habit to hurry while writing and, as a result, I often have misprints. However, I did not have to hurry up at this dictation. The text was read three times: the first time was for the whole text understanding, next the text parts were read slowly and the third time was to check the whole text. So I had no special problems. Apart from some trifles the dictation was organised perfectly and I will definitely take part in the next one.

Alexandra Prokaeva, group 41a: The All-Russian English dictation gave me a perfect opportunity to check the knowledge I got studying at the Department of Foreign Languages. The event was organised well, the text of the dictation was interesting and informative, and it was read clearly. I hope this project will be developed and it will help students to improve their English knowledge.

We are happy for the participants, congratulate the winners and wish them further victories!

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9.01.2018

The Department of Culture and Art held the seminar as a part of the interregional educational project Teachers help teachers

On January 8-9, SSUSSE Department of Culture and Art held the methodological seminar as a part of the interregional educational project Teachers help teachers under the guidance of the head of the Faculty of Special Piano of Astrakhan State Conservatory, the honoured art worker of the Republic of Tatarstan, professor Lyudmila Borisovna Leontyeva.

Since 2012 the interregional educational project Teachers help teachers have been implemented in our region on the initiative of the childrens art school 8 Raduga. The events organised as a part of this project are the real art workshops with honoured teachers from Moscow, Saint Petersburg and other Russian cities. Different seminars, workshops and creative meetings with artists are held as a part of this project. The project helps to strengthen the cultural and educational partnerships between Samara region and other Russian regions.

In 2017 SSUSSE students and professors of the Department of Culture and Art (the Faculty of Musical Education) took part in this project under the cooperation agreement with the childrens art school 8 Raduga.

The methodological seminar under the head of L.B. Leontyeva was devoted to the problems of work on musical pieces in the piano class.

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5.01.2018

SSUSSE Open Day was on December 17

On December 17, SSUSSE held the first Open Day of 2017-2018 academic year.

On Sunday almost 500 future applicants visited SSUSSE to meet the professors of all departments and SSUSSE administration.

The meetings were held at different addresses: the future applicants of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, the Department of Economics, Management and Service and the Department of Physical Education and Sport visited the campus at Antonova-Ovseenko Street 26, the Department of Primary Education and the Department of Foreign Languages were at Blyuhera Street 25, four other departments: the Department of Psychology and Special Education, the Department of History, the Department of Philology and the Department of Culture and Art held the event at Lev Tolstoy Street 47.

The visitors watched the film about the historical and modern life of SSUSSE, the oldest university of Samara region, which celebrated its 106th anniversary in 2017.

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The high school students and their parents were informed about SSUSSE application rules of 2018 and the programme of career guidance events. The special attention was drawn to the Olympiad for students of general secondary and professional secondary institutions holding by SSUSSE from the 11th of March to the 15th of April 2018. Alexey Borisovich emphasized that to improve the preparation level of sponsored students of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Samara region in 2018 the winners of the Olympiad will get the sponsorship to enter SSUSSE. The winners of SSUSSE Olympiad 2018 applying for SSUSSE bachelors and specialists degrees programmes in 2018 will get 5 extra points to the results of the Unified State Exams for their individual achievements. The 9-10th grade students, the winners of the Olympiad will get an opportunity to be enrolled at SSUSSE centre of pre-higher education for free training for the Unified State Exams in the field of the Olympiad.

The visitors also had an opportunity to communicate with the heads and professors of the departments and ask them different questions.

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15.12.2017

Total dictation 2018

The text of the Total dictation was written by the famous Russian writer, Guzel Yakhina, the author of the famous novel Zuleikha opens her eyes. Three extracts from the dictation called Morning, Afternoon and Evening tell about one day in the life of German language art teacher.

Guzel Yakhina told us: I got the invitation letter to become a writer at night and my immediate answer was Yes. Three texts I will read on April 14 will be parts of my novel My children. The novel describes the life of Povolzhsky German autonomy in 1916-1938. The work on the text of the dictation is a new experience for me. It is similar to a jewellery work when all spelling and punctuation rules are looked through the philological microscope. I realized that the day of the dictation is just the icing on the cake and the huge scientific work takes place before and after it.

The winners of our traditional competition Guess the author are Konstantin Fedorko from Irkutsk and Dzhamil Dzhanibekov from Stavropol. Every winner will get a book Zuleikha opens her eyes signed by the author; the books are already sent. Take part in our competitions and receive intelligent and useful presents from the international cultural project Total dictation.

The dictation is on April 14 in thousands of cities worldwide. To avoid cheating the world is divided into 3 time zones with a special extract of the text for each zone.


16.12.17

The assistant professor of the Faculty of German Language, Yulia Anatolyevna Blinova, visited the Ludwigsburg University of Education in Germany

On November 8-17, 2017, the assistant professor of the Faculty of German Language, Yulia Anatolyevna Blinova, visited the Ludwigsburg University of Education in Germany. She held the seminar Film, language and culture: the aspects of interdisciplinary cinedidactic together with German colleague, assistant professor and emeritus professor of SSUSSE, Michael Hans.

The main issues of the seminar were such concepts as cultural identity and self-identity. The programme of the seminar included the problems of didactization of Wladimir Kaminers novel Russendisko and Wolfgang Herrndorfs novel Tschick (published as Why We Took the Car) and their screen versions. The second part of the seminar was devoted to the problems of cinema language and to the impact of Russian film directors Andrey Tarkovsky, Sergei Eisenstein, Dziga Vertov on the development of world cinema. The demonstration and discussion of the film Leviathan created by the modern Russian film director Andrey Zvyagintsev finished the seminar. 25 students of the pedagogical university took part in the seminar. They not only worked with enthusiasm, but also took active part in film discussions. During the summing-up 10 German students expressed a wish to visit our university for the next part of the seminar in autumn 2018.

On November 16, 2017, the Ludwigsburg University of Education hold The Eastern Europe Day to represent the partner universities from Eastern Europe. At this event Y.A. Blinova told about SSUSSE, our collaborations and internship opportunities for Russian and German students.

SSUSSE students of the Department of Foreign Languages having an internship at the Ludwigsburg University of Education, Serafima Latysheva, Nikolay Martin and Anastasia Tubakina, served everyone with Russian national dishes.

17.12.17

The evening of Russian Language for SSUSSE foreign students

On December 14, 2017, The evening of Russian language was held for SSUSSE foreign students from the former Soviet Union countries.

This event was organised in the form of a playing lesson by the mentors of foreign students of the Department of Philology and the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT with the support from SSUSSE Educational and Social Work Authority.

The participants and guests of this event were foreign students of the Department of Economics, Management and Service, the Department of Natural Science and Geography and the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT. Totally, nearly 30 students from different departments took part in this event.


As it was said, The evening of Russian language was in the game form: the participants were divided into 4 teams, and each of them created its name and was getting scores to compete in the knowledge of great Russian language.

All students took active part in the game and the pleasant friendly atmosphere helped them to get rid of shyness.

The jury represented by the rectors assistant in social work, Olga Pavlovna Yambaeva and the head of the Social Work Authority of the Education and Social Work Administration, Zarina Guchipsovna Achmizova, gave scores for the students answers.

As a result, at the end of the evening one team with the highest score became the winner.

The team of the 1st year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT called The best was lucky this evening. The students lived up to the teams name and became the best. They were praised with the souvenirs with the university logo. These bright blue notebooks will stimulate the other students to be more active at the following events.

The most active participants of the event were also rewarded. The souvenirs were also given to the students who made correctly the Russian language test containing 25 difficult questions. This test had been sent to all students in advance.

At the end of The evening of Russian language the teams shared their impressions and emotions, they also thanked the people who organised this event. The students shining eyes and smiles proved that they were happy about this event, but they were a little bit sad when they knew that the next similar lesson is only in March. They want to attend such events more often.

Elvina Ilyasova, the 2nd year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT.
Student press centre of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT FIZMATnews

18.12.17

The VI International Scientific Conference Bioecological Regional Studies: world, Russian and regional problems

On November 15, 2017, the VI International Scientific Conference Bioecological Regional Studies: world, Russian and regional problems was organised to coincide with the 105th birthday anniversary of the doctor of biological sciences, Professor V.E. Timofeev, and the 95th birthday anniversary of the candidate of biological sciences, assistant professor, A.I. Borisova.

The conference was organised by the Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods (the head of the faculty is the candidate of biological sciences, assistant professor, Alexandr Alekseevich Semenov).

The conference was dedicated to the 105th birthday anniversary of the doctor of biological sciences, Professor Victor Evgenyevich Timofeev, and the 95th birthday anniversary of the candidate of biological sciences, assistant professor, Alexandra Ivanovna Borisova.

Victor Evgenyevich Timofeev was the doctor of biological sciences, professor, scientist-botanist, the chairman of the Kuybyshev Department of the All-Union Botanical Society. He was the head of the Faculty of Botanic of the Kuybyshev State Pedagogical Institute for over 30 years. Victor Evgenyevich went through the Great Patriotic War and during the Victory he was in K?nigsberg.

Alexandra Ivanovna Borisova was the candidate of biological sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of Anatomy and Physiology, the head of the Department of Agrobiology (1961-1963) and the head of the Department of Biology and Chemistry (1970-1974) of the Kuybyshev State Pedagogical Institute.

118 scientists representing 51 scientific organization from 38 Russian cities and settlements (from Pskov to Yakutsk, from Murmansk to Krasnodar and Stavropol) and from other countries: Belarus (Minsk and Mogilev), the Donetsk National Republic (Donetsk), Uzbekistan (Tashkent), Ukraine (Kiev) and Azerbaijan (Baku) took part in the conference.

At the conference the following actual problems of bioecological regional studies were discussed:

- Plants

- Animals

- Ecology and Nature Protection

- Biological and Ecological Education

The book was published on the base of the conference materials.

The representatives of the editorial board:

- the candidate of biological sciences, professor S.I. Pavlov (the editor-in-chief)

- the candidate of biological sciences, assistant professor, the head of the Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods, A.A. Semenov

- the candidate of biological sciences, professor V.V. Solovyeva

- the head teacher, A.S. Yaitskyi (the secretary)

We are grateful to the participants of the conference and hope to see them at the VII Conference Bioecological Regional Studies: world, Russian and regional problems in Samara in 2018.

19.12.17

The XI International Scientific Conference of young scientists Language. Culture. Person.

On December 14, 2017, the XI International Scientific Conference Language. Culture. Person. was held at SSUSSE Department of Philology. The young social scientists from the Russian institutions of higher education took part in it. The conference was organised by the Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods.

The goal of the conference is to attract attention of student scientific society to the problems of education and mental development of a person with high level of general and language culture.

The conference was opened by the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor of the Department of Foreign Languages, the mentor of SSUSSE Student Scientific Union, Gritskova Anna Vladimirovna, the dean of the Department of Philology, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, Podlesova Svetlana Evgenyevna, the head of the Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods, the candidate of philological sciences, assistant professor, Kalnova Olga Ivanovna. The chairman of the Student Scientific Union of the Department of Philology, the 3rd year student, Natalya Uhatina, and the assistant dean of the Department of Philology in scientific work and in student scientific work, assistant professor, Tatyana Evgenyevna Bazhenova, welcomed the participants and the guests of the conference.

This conference is already a tradition of our university joining the students, the masters and postgraduate students from the institutions of higher education of Samara region. The presentations made by the distant participants were also at the event.

The participating institutions of higher education are Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education, Korolev Samara National Research University, Samara State Transport University, RUDN University, Ufa State Aviation Technical University, Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk State Pedagogical University, Irkutsk State University, Vladimir State University, Saratov State University, Dostoevsky Omsk State University, E.A. Buketov Karaganda State University (Kazakhstan), Lanzhou University (Gansu Province, China).

The students, masters and postgraduate students from Samara, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Penza, Ulyanovsk, Saratov, Ufa, Chelyabinsk, Omsk, Vladimir, Stavropol, Irkutsk, Khanty-Mansiysk, Yakutsk and the foreign masters students from Karaganda (Kazakhstan), China and Serbia participated in the conference.

The conference was divided into 6 sections consisting of 56 reports and 40 presentations made by the distant participants.

Section 1: Linguistic persona and communication culture.

Section 2: Problems of intercultural and interlingual communication.

Section 3: Functioning of language units in texts and in discourse.

Section 4: Functioning of language units in modern information environment.

Section 5: Literary text as cultural phenomena.

Section 6: Problems of personal education by means of human sciences.

The best reports were rewarded with the Diplomas.

1st Grade Diplomas:

- Emelyanova Anastasia, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Morozova Ksenia, the 2nd year masters student of the Faculty of Journalism of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Poznyak Ekaterina, the 4th year student of SSUSSE Department of Primary Education

- Razina Anastasiya, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Traynyuk Natalya, the 5th year student of the Department of Philology

- Tukmanova Tatyana, the 4th year student of the Korolev SNRU Department of Philology and Journalism

- Ukhatina Nataliya, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Chekanov Nikita, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of History

2nd Grade Diplomas:

- Antonyuk Anastasia, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Vilkova Vlada, the 2nd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Gurakova Ekaterina, the 4th year student of SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages

- Kosheev Nikita, Fityunin Kirill, the 1st year students of the SSTU Department of Economy and Personnel Management

- Nesterova Nina, the 2nd year masters student of the Korolev SNRU Department of Philology and Journalism

- Osipova Natalya, the postgraduate student of SSUSSE Faculty of Russian Language, Culture of Speech and Teaching Methods

- Pologova Inga, the 1st year masters student of the Korolev SNRU Department of Philology and Journalism

- Polyakov Ilya, the postgraduate student of the ISU Department of Philology and Journalism

- Ukhatina Nataliya, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Fayzullova Liliya, the 1st year masters student of the Korolev SNRU Department of Philology and Journalism

- Shaihutdinov Radmir, the 1st year student of the SSTU Department of Railway Construction and IT

3rd Grade Diplomas:

- Borisochkina Polina, the 2nd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Golova Svetlana, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Zhuravleva Anastasiya, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Ilyasova Diana, the 1st year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Korabel Anna, the 2nd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Pavlova Arina, the 1st year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Prokaeva Alexandra, the 4th year student of SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages

- Romanova Anastasiya, the 3rd year student of the Faculty of Journalism of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Rudenik Leonid, the 3rd year student of SSUSSE Department of History

- Suldina Elena, the 1st year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Teltsova Lidiya, the 2nd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

- Fokina Kseniya, the 2nd year student of SSUSSE Department of Philology

As a result of the conference the materials based on the best reports will be published. The materials of the presentations made by the distant participants will be also published according to the editorial chose. Deadline to send your materials is January 25, 2018. Send them by e-mail: miss.bte@yandex.ru (Bazhenova Tatyana Evgenyevna)


20.12.17

The II Regional Linguistic Academic Competition Oxford Grammar and Vocabulary Contest at the Department of Foreign Languages

On December 2, the II Regional Linguistic Academic Competition Oxford Grammar and Vocabulary Contest for the 9-11th school grade students was organised by SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages and the exam and methodical Council of Relod-Samara with the support of Oxford University Press in Russia and the Ministry of Education and Science of Samara region.

The participants had to do different lexico-grammatical and cultural tasks of levels B2+, upper-intermediate C1, advanced. The tasks were aimed at identifying the level of language proficiency (grammar and lexica knowledge, text coherence understanding). The materials of the competition were prepared on the bases of the Oxford University Press (OUP) training materials. All tasks were based on the educational materials broadening the cultural horizon and developing the communicative competence.

This competition not only helps to find out talented school students with high level of English language, but can be also seen as the intensive training for the final state examination and All-Russian English academic competition for school students (parts Grammar and Lexica and lexico-grammatical test Use of English).

165 school students from secondary schools, lyceums and gymnasiums of Samara and Samara region took part in this competition. All participants got the information booklets about our university and the Department of Foreign Languages.

As a result of the competition the jury rewarded:

- Spektor Mariya (the 11th grade student of Samara secondary school 120) with the 1st place;

- Spektor Ilya (the 9th grade student of Samara secondary school 120) and Milyutkina Alexandra (the 11th grade student of gymnasium 1) with the 2nd place;

- Biryukova Alexandra (the 10th grade student of Samara secondary school 36), Makarov Maxim (the 11th grade student of gymnasium Perspektiva) and Zaborovskaya Kseniya (the 10th grade student of gymnasium Perspektiva) with the 3rd place.

We hope that such great event held at the university will help school students to make a choice in favour of SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages!


21.12.17

The ITEC (India) short-term courses in 2017-2018

In 2017-2018, Russian citizens aged between 25 to 45 who are the university stuff members having working knowledge of English can have short-term courses under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme (ITEC).

Under the program the Government of India provides the chosen candidates with economy class air tickets from Moscow to the place of training institute in India and back, living allowance of Indian Rupees 25000 per month, book allowance of Indian Rupees 5000 for purchase of course materials and tax free student visa.

All course details and selection criteria are available on the following websites:

- ITEC: https://www.itecgoi.in

- The Embassy of India in Moscow:

http://wwwiindaanembassv.ru/index.php/itec/russia-and-itec/ru (Russian version)

http://wwwiindaanembassv.ru/index.php/itec/russia-and-itec/en (English version)

For more detailed information see http://imiinterphvsica.su/ .

In addition to the above, the candidates should consider all requirements of the host country concerning the necessary documents.

On all the questions concerning ITEC, please contact the representative of the Embassy of India, Anastasiya Borodina (+7 (495)7837535 (add 373), e-mail: intweb@indianembassv.ru) or Mr. Nikit Mohan Sharma (attache, the Information Department) by the e-mail: info.moscow@mea.gov.in.

The contact person of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation is Poleshchuk Olga Dmitrievna (8-495-788-65-9, e-mail:poleshchuk@list.ru).

The documents should be send at 117997, Moscow, 51 Lyusenovskaya Street (16 the International Department of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation)

Application deadline is 1,5 month before the commencement of the Course.


22.12.17

Students got the volunteer certificates of the Academy of Volunteers

The two-month program of additional student training the Academy of Volunteers has finished. Although 100 SSUSSE students applied for this training, not all of them had an opportunity to attend the full course and to do the final task, but still 60% of students got a pass. The final task was to unite into groups and organise an event in any area of volunteer movement. Some students visited orphanages or nursing homes, other students organised social and sport actions and so on.

On December 19, all students who had finished the course successfully got the volunteer certificates of training in the Academy of Volunteering.

25.12.17

The V Scientific Conference IT in social sphere at the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT

On November 29, 2017, the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods of SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT held the V International Distant Scientific Conference IT in social sphere.

The conference covered the following issues:

1. Modern education in the conditions of IT development of the society.

2. IT in the institutions of higher education.

3. Methodical and methodological problems of IT development of the general secondary education.

4. Methods of mathematical modelling in sociocultural sphere.

5. Problems of IT security.

The professors of the Faculty of IT, Applied Mathematics and Teaching Methods and the Faculty of Foreign Languages, the students and masters students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, IT schoolteachers of Samara and Samara region and the representatives of the Ludwigsburg University of Education in Germany took part in the conference.

The materials of the conference are published in the collection of academic works accumulated by Russian Science Citation Index.


25.12.17

SSUSSE volunteers took part in action Code hour - 2017

The volunteers of the MS Centre Your course. IT for the youth of the Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies in Education took active part in All-Russian action Code hour 2017. The action was co-organised with the Ministry of Communication and Mass Media and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation in partnership with the leading Russian IT companies Kaspersky Internet Security, Microsoft, Codewards and ZeptoLab.

The professors of the Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies had an honour to prepare materials for this All-Russian event.

An action is always a great event. It is unique as the number of educational events (whole school, class and group events) are held in a short period joining the Russian schools and creating a positive atmosphere of developing the intellectual potential of the country and schoolchildrens personal responsibility for the future of our country.

In 2017 the goal of the action Code hour 2017 was to introduce school students to the modern level of development of scientific achievements in the case of the artificial intelligence technologies that will not only improve the quality of life and work, but will also change the ways of problem solving so that in future all professions will require additional IT skills.

The volunteer leaders were the 2nd year students of the Department of Primary Education (with specializations in Primary Education and Organisation of Extracurricular Activities), Sharikova Elena, Shkodenko Nadezhda, Zotova Elena, Zaytseva Sofya, Dolbnya Ekaterina and Krasnoshchekova Svetlana.

During 2 weeks these students organised 21 lessons at Samara and Novokyubyshevsk schools. They were supported by the 3rd year students of the Department of Primary Education (with specialisation in Primary Education and Organisation of Extracurricular Activities), Petrova Anastasiya, Zhdanova Mariya, Polyakova Tatyana, Petrova Ekaterina and others. The 5th year students of the Department of Mathematis, Physics and IT (with specialisation in Mathematics and IT), Nechaev Maxim and Ryabokon Alena, have also contributed to this.

The principal of the Lyceum 131 Sozvezdie, Basis Lyudmila Borisovna, is especially grateful to SSUSSE students.

The 5th year students of the Department of Primary Education (with specialisation in Primary Education and IT), Kereev Anatoliy, Sun-Tai-Sun Anastasiya (Samara secondary school 176), Veremchuk Kristina, Galdina Mariya (Samara secondary school 85), Ovchinnikova Yulia (Samara secondary school 2) were very active during the pedagogical practice.

The 1st year students of the Department of Primary Education (with the specialization in Primary Education and IT) took part in the action for the first time and organised events at Samara secondary school 57 and at the Baymenov Gymnasium in Pohvistnevo.

The active tutor of the centre is the 6th year student of the extramural program of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT (with specialisation in Mathematics and IT), the IT teacher of Samara secondary school 73, Letucheva Nataliya Sergeevna.

The public events were held by the heads of Centre venues the IT teacher of Samara secondary school 5, Agapova Marina Viktorovna, the edditional education teacher of the children and youth technical centre School of IT in Samara region, Zinkovskaya Marina Petrovna, the IT teacher of Volzhskiy secondary school in Krasnoyarsk district of Samara region, Fedoseeva Nataliya Alexandrovna (the 2013 graduated student of the Department of Primary Education).

More than 1500 1st-11th school grade students of Samara and Samara region participated in all events organised by SSUSSE students and the centre.

The school students are especially grateful for the personal involvement of students who organised these events in their free time.

But the most important result is the school students awareness that IT studying is the necessity of modern successful life! It means new professions, society status and creativity.

We are especially grateful to the students and professors who took part in this action!


26.12.17

Travelling to Italy as a part of Italian seasons 2017-2018 at the Department of Foreign Languages

It is already a great tradition to organise different events dedicated to the Italian Language in Samara educational institutions. They are held under the guidance of the assistant professor of the Faculty of Roman Philology, Nenasheva O.V.

On December 7, 2017, the students of the Department of Foreign Languages with the additional specialisation Translator and interpreter organised the event Travelling to Italy in Gymnasium 3. It was dedicated to the language and culture of Italy.

The students together with the 2nd-3rd grade primary schoolchildren made a wonderful trip to sunny Italy. The children were very active, answered questions and played different games.

The tour guides were the students of the Department of Foreign Languages, Baskakova Victoriya, Dementyeva Anastasiya, Desenko Anastasiya, Zheleznova Margarita and Prokayeva Alexandra.

The childrens positive emotions and active participation proved the great value of this event.


27.12.17

The Conference Artek: thematic educational programmes 2018

On January 19-22, 2018, the international childrens camp Artek is holding the annual conference Artek: thematic educational programmes 2018.

The program of the conference includes the professional discussion of wide range of issues concerning the realisation of cooperation plans in 2018, the formation of staff capacity of the Artek pedagogical departments, the employment of university graduates, realisation of collaborative conferences and forums, the development and presentation of educational programmes of childrens camps.

The conference contains plenary presentations, lectures for the masters students of partner universities, workshop about the work directions, open presentation venues, different sections and round-tables.

Artek is a place of educational experiments and new professional dialogues between educational institutions and social partners aimed at the complex achievement of modern educational results. We invite students and professors to take part in the conference.

On all the questions, contact the deputy head of the Organised Professional Development of the Pedagogical Staff Administration, Elena Arkadyevna Savelyeva-Rat (+7 978 752 77 38, e-mail: ESaveleva-Rat@artek.org).


28.12.17

Italian Christmas as a part of Italian seasons 2017-2018

On December 18, SSUSSE Department of Foreign Languages organised the meeting of students with the Honorary Consul of Samara region and the Republic of Tatarstan, Dzhanguido Breddo. This meeting was organised by the Italian language teacher, assistant professor of the Faculty of Roman Philology, Nenasheva O.V., and the senior professor of SSUSSE Faculty of Foreign Languages, Karmelo Kaskone.

The students of the Faculty of Foreign Languages studying Italian language with the edditional specialisation Translator and Interpreter regularly meet Signor Breddo. Dzhanguido Breddo has established himself as a good friend of our university.

The topic Italian Christmas attracted a large audience in the run-up to Catholic Christmas.

The students told about Italian Christmas traditions and Christmas home decorations and treated the special guest with self-made traditional Italian dishes, which were highly appreciated. Signor Dzhanguido Breddo told students about the features of Italian Christmas menu.

The students listened to Dzhanguido Breddo and other students reports about Italian holidays, Christmas preparations and the variety of holiday menu in different Italian regions with great interest. Dzhanguido Breddo was asked a lot of questions about the secrets of preparation of Italian dishes which are the specialisation of the ex-journalist and the author of multiple cooking researches.

The students felt the holiday atmosphere of this wonderful country.

The dean of the Department of Foreign Languages, Shalifova O.N. and the professors of the Faculty of Roman Philology also attended the meeting and thanked the guest for friendly atmosphere.


29.12.17

New Year at the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT and the Department of Philology

New Year is coming and our wishes will definitely come true!

On December 25, the two biggest and friendly departments, the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT and the Department of Philology had a wonderful holiday. For 3 years these two departments have a tradition of uniting in a big university family to celebrate New Year at the campus 10 at 26 Antonova-Ovseenko Street.

Traditionally these events have a special theme. This year the New Year celebration was in Mafia style. All students turned into dangerous but kind and beautiful gangsters.

We want to thank the organisers of this event for the students photo zone with interesting details. The surprise of the New Year celebration was the most charming and unpredictable deejay of our university, Ivanov Alexander. Two perfect hosts helped the students to feel the atmosphere of mafia world and enjoy the party.

The students also cooked holiday dishes to treat each other because New Year is not only a family holiday, but also a good time with friends.

The assistant deans of the departments and the chairmen of the Student Trade Unions congratulated all students and wished them good luck not only at the exams, but also in the whole 2018. At the ceremonial part the letters of gratitude were given to the best students of the passing year who can not live without their faculty family.

The ceremonial part smoothly changed into the festive and more desirable holiday atmosphere. For a short time everyone forgot about exams and passes. New Year competitions were mixed with dances and gave great emotions to the participants of the event.

We wish all students to believe in themselves and their possibilities. At our university we write our own new books called Possibility and its first chapter is New Year

Once Claire Morgan said that the sense of New Year is to get the new chance to forgive, to do something better, to do more, to give more, to love more and not to worry about the past and accept the life just the way it is. We believe that New Year will be unforgettable for everyone. New Year season is the time for memories, when we want to believe in magic as in the childhood So do not ruin your fairytale!

Kozlova Angelina Dmitrievna,
the 2nd year student of the group FMFI-b16FTo

1.12.2017

Student Scientific Conference dedicated to the Jonathan Swift 350th anniversary

Chair of Russian and Foreign Literature and Literature Teaching Methodology of the Department of Philology held the Scientific Conference for 1st 5th year students. The conference was organized to coincide with the 350th anniversary of the great Irish-English writer, philosopher and public figure, Jonathan Swift. The arrangement committee was represented by the doctor of philological sciences, professor A.S. Bokalov, and the candidate of philological sciences, E.A. Radaeva.

The conference focused on the wide range of issues concerning the history of world literature from Antiquity to the XXI century. The 2nd year students took the most active part in the discussion. The reports about concrete poetry and art of such writers as V. Hugo, F. Kafka, E. Hemingway, H.G. Wells, T. Capote, B. Elton and others were very interesting. There were researches about literature, cinema and animation interference.

The winners of the scientific-research competition:

The First Grade Diploma: Novikova Polina, the 2nd year student with the report F. Kafkas work A Country Doctor in multiplication of Koji Yamamura. (Tutor E.A. Radaeva)

The Second Grade Diploma: Ryaskova Anna, the 4th year student with the report Karl Mayers poetry. (Tutor A.S. Bakalov)

The Third Grade Diploma: Shumakova Ekaterina, the 2nd year student with the report Truman Capotes novel Breakfast at Tiffanys and its screen-version by Blake Edward: the secret of success. (Tutor E.A. Radaeva)

Audience Choice Award: Atylina Nadezhda, the 2nd year student with the report The concepts of world and person in F.Scott Fitzgeralds work The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. (Tutor - E.A. Radaeva)

Articles presented at the conference (Korabel Anna, the 2nd year student, the report Problems of directors interpretation of H. Longfellows poem The Song of Hiawatha, tutor - E.A. Radaeva; Fadina Ekaterina, the 2nd year student, the report Reception of J. Swifts satirical traditions in modern literature in case of B. Eltons book High Society, tutor - E.A. Radaeva) will be published in the December issue of scientific magazine LIBRI MAGISTRI accumulated by Russian Science Citation Index.

The electronic collection of papers will be based on the conference reports.

We hope that this intellectual event is going to be a good start point for our students scientific achievements in future.

1.12.17

Congratulations to the winners of International Educational Competition of Professional Skills students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography

The second year students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, Anna Maganeva and Elena Chernotalova are congratulated on taking the first place in the Fourth International Educational Competition of Professional Skills Pedagogical Enlightenment: practice of effective education.

The topic of the students work was The development of methodological system of preparing students for chemistry academic competition. The tutor was the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of Chemistry, Geography and Teaching Methodology, E.G. Nelyubina.

We wish Anna and Elena further success in other competitions of the department!


1.12.17

We were excited to take part in the Povolzhsky Pedagogical Forum and represent our university!

We are the 3rd-5th year students of Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Alla Sosova, Tatyana Maklova, Anastasia Polesovshchikova, Anastasia Nazarova and Elizaveta Pustovalova. On November 28, 2017, together with our assistant professors Maria Evgenievna Ivanyuk and Yuliya Stanislavovna Shatrova, the head of the department, Elena Vladimirovna Galieva, and the dean of the department, Vladimir Nikolayevich Aniskin, we took part in the First Povolzhsky Pedagogical Forum System of uninterrupted pedagogical education: new ideas, models and perspectives.

The forum was held in Samara Orthodox Institute of Bishop Alexy in Togliatti.

We definitely got not only great emotions and impressions but also a lot of benefits from this event. Therefore, we want to share them with our colleagues and professors.

Originally, this forum was organized as a practical exchange between school and university teachers, but later the students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT were also invited. And, if I am not mistaken, we got the opportunity to make our reports in the section Mathematic education: problems, methods and plans at the expense of our teachers speaking time. We are so grateful for this!

Definitely, we got interested in the opportunity to take part in this event and in the discussion of actual pedagogical problems. We think that the most interesting is that in this section students were in the same conditions as teachers. The time limits were strictly followed, and at the end of the speech the participants of the conference asked us difficult questions and shared their opinions and suggestions. We were excited because it was an honor for us as future teachers to share our ideas and represent the department and our university at such high-quality event.

The most important and necessary part was not only to make our own reports, but also to listen to the professors and get experience of pedagogical communication with the audience.

There were a lot of great reports and important words that convinced us once again that our profession is the noblest one requiring high skills and responsibility. Since not only our own future but also the future of the whole country depends on the person teaching children at school.

We are especially grateful to the head of section Mathematic education: problems, methods and plans, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor and the dean of SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Vladimir Nikolayevich Aniskin, and the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor of the Department of Pedagogic and Psychology of Samara Orthodox Institute of Bishop Alexy, Bahusova Elena Vasilyeva, for pleasant and proficient atmosphere at the section.

At the end, I want to admit that we got not only exciting emotions but also received creative methodological ideas from professionals.

T. Maklova, A. Polesovshchikova,
the students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT

1.12.17

Congratulations to our professor of the Department of Musical Education, N.A. Frolova, and the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor of the Department of Musical Education, M.D. Chegodaeva the first grade Laureates of musical contest!

In November 2017 the professors of the Department of Musical Education of the Faculty of Culture and Art the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, Natalya Frolova, and the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, Maria Chegodaeva, took part in the Fourth International Contest The Magic World of Art in the nomination Instrumental art.

The program of piano duet included the works of A. Gavrilin (Concert piece from ballet Anyuta in adaptation of R.G. Urasin) and I. Brams (Hungarian dances). The jury praised our professors for their skills of instrumental art, pure virtuosity and ensemble conducting and rewarded them with the title of the first grade Laureates.

Our congratulations to the professors!


1.12.17

Professors of the Department of Musical Education - the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, Natalya Frolova, and the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, Maria Chegodaeva, won the fourth All-Russian Competition of Professional Pedagogical Skills Prestizh

In November 2017 Chuvash State Institute of Music and Art and the Culture Ministry of National Affairs and Archives of Chuvash Republic held the fourth All-Russian Competition of Professional Pedagogical Skills Prestizh. Professors of the Department of Musical Education - the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, Natalya Frolova, and the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor, Maria Chegodaeva, competed in two nominations: Instrumental art and Teaching materials. Our professors were rewarded with the titles of the first grade Laureates in both nominations.

The competition results confirm the professors high level of professional skills both in the sphere of instrumental art and in research work.

We congratulate our professors with their victory!


4.12.17

Forum Russia for Students

On November 25-28, the fourth All-Russian Forum Russia for Students took place in Saratov. More than 350 participants from 57 Russian regions including 40 experts and 30 special guests worked hard in five spheres: Student Council, Guiding of students, Teamwork, Creativity and Media.

As a result of the congress of the Student Union Association the central position of its work was taken by the sphere Media. And the 2nd year student of SSUSSE Department of History, Irina Davydova, had a great opportunity to work in this particular area.

At this forum students worked together with their mentors and discussed the questions concerning the strategies of the Student Union Association development, shared their ideas, made reports and presentations, learned to work in teams and took part in trainings, round-tables and workshops.

The chairman of the Russian Union of Youth, Pavel Krasnorutsky, the forum leader, the head of the Russian Student Union Association, Yulia Smirnova, the head of the program Russian Student Spring, Irina Karih, the head of the Student Union Association Resource Center of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Rossstudenchestvo, Danil Emelyanov, the deputy director of National Accreditation Agency, Pavel Katenev, the deputy chairman of Saratov Region, Valentina Grechushkina, the minister of the youth policy, sport and tourism of Saratov Region, Alexandr Abrosimov, Russian actor, film writer and TVpresenter, Sergey Natievskiy, the representatives of the universities and special guests and experts of the forum participated in the press conference and the closing ceremony.

The most impressive moment for SSUSSE student was the meeting with the member of KVN team Sbornaya Kamizyakskogo Kraya, Denis Dorohov, and the excursion to Saratov Museum of Military and Labor Glory. Irina also had an honour of being the head of Samara Region delegation and she hopes that Samara students will be able to share the experience they got in different areas in educational institutions of their own region.


6.12.17

SSUSSE students took part in the annual All-Russian seminar STIPKOM

The annual All-Russian seminar Legislative aspects and practice of the scholarship student support in higher education STIPKOM-2017 is held since 2013 with the support of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science as part of the program of the development of student unions. This year it took place in Moscow from the 10th to 13th of October.

The participants of the seminar were students who are the members of the scholarship commissions of Russian higher education institutions. This year nearly 300 representatives of 165 universities from 65 Russian regions attended STIPKOM.

SSUSSE was represented by the 4th year student of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, Polina Sinyuchkova, and the 3rd year student of the Department of Culture and Art, Yulia Mengel.

The participants of the seminar have studied special aspects of the scholarship student support in higher education, investigated the law and put new knowledge into practice.

The themes of the lectures covered vide range of aspects such as the role of scholarship in the process of education, special aspects of the state social scholarship awarding, the order of providing material support to learners and a lot more. In addition, participants got acquainted with the results of the annual monitoring of scholarship support in higher education. All lectures and workshops were in the form of the open dialogue between speakers and listeners.

7.12.17

Seasons of poetry in French language

The annual contest of expressive reading of French prose and poems has already turned into a good tradition of the Faculty of Roman Philology. On November 27, the students of the Department of Foreign Languages plunged into the dream world of French rhyme: verses of P. Verlaine, V. Hugo, Ch. Baudelaire, fables of Jean de La Fontaine and so on.

The jury was amazed at all participants artistic and public-speaking skills. A. Sineva (51A), Y. Ivanova (21F), E. Samarkina (21F), E. Astashina (51F) won the listeners hearts. The high level of literary skills was also demonstrated by A. Prokaeva (41A), M. Sheinis (41A), Y. Chivakova (21 TiMP). The presentations of N. Ananyeva (41A), A. Bezgub (41F) and Y. Eliseeva (51F) were specially praised. The Audience Choice Award was given to P. Christophorova (32A).

7.12.17

Our student of the Department of Natural Science and Geography won the Student International Conference

The 3rd year student of the Department of Natural Science and Geography studying at the training program number 44.03.05 Pedagogical Education with the specializations Biology and Chemistry, M.Y. Rubinova, won the XXX Student International Conference The Scientific Student Union: interdisciplinary investigation. The topic of her scientific article is The genetics of Mongolian gerbil: theory and practice of breeding of parental animals with wide-spread colouring, tutor is the candidate of pedagogical sciences, docent of the Faculty of Biology, Geography and Teaching Methodology, I.V. Nalivayko.

The M.Y. Rubinovas article is rewarded with the Laureates Diploma for the best scientific work according to the editorial board and with the Laureates Diploma for the best scientific work according to the results of the Internet voting. The tutors work of I.V. Nalivayko is rewarded with the Diploma for the best students scientific work.

The conference was organized by the Academic Stuff Association Siberian Academy Book (ASS SibAc) specialized in holding international scientific conferences. Students woks are published on the website of SibAc, the materials of the conference are provided to RSCI.

You can find the article by the link:

https://sibac.info/studconf/science/xxx/83867

Maria Yuryevna Rubinovas scientific and research activity is praised with the scholarship of the governor of Samara region.

We congratulate Maria Yuryevna Rubinova and Irina Vyacheslavovna Nalivayko with their victory and wish them further success in their work!


8.12.17

The students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT are ready to the Volunteers Year

The tradition of helping each other is alive in Russia. More than 7 million people follow the tradition of the volunteer movement in our country. At the end of November the head of state proclaimed the 5th of December as the annual Day of Volunteers. The President also declared 2018 as the Volunteers Year. Vladimir Putin said: This year will be the year of all Russian citizens whose will, energy and generosity form the main power of Russia.

The Russian President has also remarked that volunteer movement joint people of different ages and professions aiming at doing good and being there, where their knowledge, participation, selfless aid, warmness of hearts and sympathy could be applied best.

The 1st year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT are actively preparing for the upcoming Volunteers Year! Recently from the 31st of November to the 5th of December, 2017, the program of volunteer training The Academy of Volunteers. School of Volunteers. was held on the base of SSUSSE. The 1st year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, group FMFI-b16MFo, Maria Piskun, took part in this event.

The training consisted of lectures, meetings with interesting people and representations of different areas of the volunteer movement. After this training participants will get the volunteer certificates.

I didnt know about such movement as a volunteering and wasnt interested in it. In October, I read an invitation to the Academy of Volunteers on the base of SSUSSE. Just because I didnt want to stay at home I decided to take part in it. When I applied and visited the first lecture, I discovered a new interesting source of information and positive emotions. At the lectures I learned a lot of new and interesting things. I found out that there are different types of volunteering: social, sport, media volunteering and many others. I got contacts of different volunteer movements and was especially interested in one of them called Towards each other (assistance to elderly people).

Of course, I liked the Academy of Volunteers, because it taught me a lot of new things. In future, Ill definitely take part in different volunteer activities, because its very interesting: new people, friends and experience needed for the future teachers work.

At the final ceremonial part of our training we got such bonuses as souvenirs, certificates and letters of gratitude. It is a story about studying at the Academy of Volunteers by Maria Piskun.

It is worth noting that the volunteer movement is growing up at the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT! The volunteer work of this department covers wide range of areas. The volunteers of the department are the members not only of SSUSSE volunteer team, but also of other organizations of volunteer movement of the Student Council of Samara region, the Samara Youth House and other organizations.

The student of the group FMFI-b16FTo, Yana Priyateleva, says: When someone is called a volunteer, a lot of people imagine a kind, participant and hardworking person. Of course, it is true. But it is not only anyone with this features, the volunteer is a bigger person with open heart full of love! When I decided to become a volunteer I understood that I am ready to help people and it is a great honor for me to do a good thing for someone and to be a part of a big team!

Lately, the question Who is the volunteer? becomes more and more popular. A volunteer is a person who provides non-paid socially useful service. It is a person who does not refuse anyone in need. He is always ready to help people in difficult situations.

The student of the group FMFI-b15MIo, Ekaterina Kazak, says: I have been a volunteer since school years. I always wanted to help people and take part in important events. It is an honour for me to be called a volunteer and I am glad to be a part of a big and friendly volunteer family.

The student of the group FMFI-b16FTo, Angelina Kozlova, says: I have started my volunteer career one year ago. At first, I thought that a volunteer is a person who helps somebody in something. But I was mistaken A volunteer is much more than an ordinary person. It is a modern superhero who is always smiling, kind and ready to help in spite of being sleepy and hungry. It is a person who works 28 hours per day and always stays active and merry despite the weather conditions. It is the volunteer who is partially the face of the majority of important events of every level (university, region, city and state) representing the organization and the region to look up to.

It is one thing when you are a representative of the university at different events within its walls. But you have an incredible feelings when you represent your university at an absolutely different level in some other places. The volunteering gives you an opportunity to develop without limits!

It is easy to say to oneself: Why would I do that? I dont want. But its more difficult to realize that you can miss and loss much more than you have now.

You shouldnt choose the easy way, the difficult road might be the exact way where we can get something close to our hearts

The student of the group FMFI-b13IIo, Olga Krylova, says: At the 2nd year I tried to be a volunteer for the first time. At this period all events were only at the university level.

Over time the experience allowed me to take part in organization of All-Russia events. The word volunteer means selfless help. But is it really so? There is no better reward than smiles of other people. To become a volunteer means to make your mark in the history of organization of this or that event by work with professionals, to get valuable experience and to make new friends all over the world.

The volunteer work of our students has no limits! Our department has countless number of heroes. I mean, there is a good reason why the Russian and Abkhaz writer and poet, Fazil Iskander, said: If everyone does good within his capabilities, the possibilities of good will be unlimited.

Give the good and it will return to you!

Kozlova Angelina Dmitrievna,
the 2nd year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, group FMFI-b16FTo.
Student press centre of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT FIZMATnews

8.12.17

Football World Cup 2018

On Friday evening December 1, the great city event coincide with the Football World Cup 2018 draw took place at the MTL Arena. SSUSSE students together with the great number of citizens who came to watch the draw participated in the celebration. The university was rewarded with the letter of gratitude and souvenirs for the collaboration and successful cooperation.

After the ceremonial part, all football lovers watched live from the Kremlin where there was the final Football World Cup draw. Everyone was happy about the results, because Russian team is playing its final and the most important match in Samara. We are looking forward to see all guests in Samara!


9.12.17

The students of the Department of Culture and Art are the Laureates of the International Contest under the project Volga falls into my heart

On November 23-26, 2017, the International Contest under the project Volga falls into my heart organized by the Fund of the Support and Development of childrens art The Planet of Creativity was held in Samara. The International Contest is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Culture of Samara region, the Department of Culture and Youth Policy of Samara Administration.

The competition in the nomination Academic vocal: solo was very interesting, exciting and educational. The students of vocal departments of special secondary institutions (the 4th age category: 16-19 y.o.): Shatalov Samara Musical School, Shchedrin Togliatti Musical College, Kuznetsk Musical College (Penza region) and the students of the vocal faculties of higher education institutions (the 5th age category: 20-25 y.o.): Saratov State Conservatory, Samara State Institute of Culture competed for the titles of the Laureates and the Diplomats of the international contest.

The 2nd year students of the Department of Culture and Art (program Musical education), Lukyanova Daria (soprano, the 4th age category) and Kirillova Valentina (soprano, the 5th age category) performed well at this contest. The students are in the group of the docent of the Faculty of Musical Education, Antonova Lyudmila Vladimirovna.

The highly qualified jury from Russian leading educational institutions praised the DCA students bright professional vocal performance of technically difficult musical pieces and rewarded them with the titles of the 3rd grade Laureates of the International Contest under the project Volga falls into my heart in every age category. We are thankful to the accompanier of SSUSSE Faculty of Musical Education, the laureate of international contests, Marinchenko Inna Nikolaevna for her professional skills!

We congratulate our students, their professors and their accompanier with the great performance and wish them new victories!


11.12.17

SSUSSE students and postgraduate students are the winners of the regional contest The Young Scientist 2017 and the scholars of the regional support programs for the talented youth of Samara region

December is a traditional time for summing up. This year our students and postgraduate students presented the results of their scientific work that were highly praised at the regional level. The young researches annually take part in the regional contest The Young Scientist. This year the postgraduate student of the Faculty of National History and Archeology of the Department of History, Olga Heresko, and the 5th year student of the Department of History, Somov Anatoliy who took the first place in the nomination Human Sciences are the laureates of the contest.

We should also praise the success of the 2nd-3rd year students, the members of the regional program Polet aiming at the support of talented youth. 8 people became the winners of the competition for governor named scholarships of Samara region for scientific achievements:

Zhmetko Anastasia and Nazarova Anastasia, the 3rd year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT.

Lukyanova Daria, the 2nd year student of the Department of Culture and Art.

Shamalova Elena, the 3rd year student of the Department of Culture and Art.

Rubinova Maria, the 3rd year student of the Department of Natural Science and Geography.

Rudenik Leonid, the 3rd year student of the Department of History.

Chekanov Nikita, the 3rd year student of the Department of History.

Uhatina Natalya, the 3rd year student of the Department of Psychology.

The senior students presented their scientific works and projects at regional and international conferences. The results of their researches were highly evaluated by the jury commission. 3 people were awarded for their success in scientific work with the titles of the Laureates of the regional scientific competition for named Alabin scholarships:

Arkhipova Alla, the 5th year student of the Department of Natural Science and Geography.

Malysheva Yana, the 4th year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT.

Pavlov Andrey, the 4th year student of the Department of Natural Sciences and Geography.

Our congratulations to our students and their tutors for their victories and prices! We wish them more success in their scientific work and in representation of our university at different scientific events in the upcoming year! We can rightly say they are those people who form SSUSSE gold fund.

11.12.17

The delegation of SSUSSE Faculty of History, Law and Teaching Methods to the conference Historical readings at Lubyanka

On December 7-8, 2017, the Russian FSB Central Museum and the Society of Studying of National Special Forces History organized All-Russian scientific conference Historical readings at Lubyanka on the topic The 100th anniversary of Cheka: the lessons of history. More than 50 historians and members of Special Forces took part in this conference.

SSUSSE was represented by the students and professors of the Faculty of History, Law and Teaching Methods.

Sergey Olegovich Buranok, the doctor of historical sciences, professor, the report The reasons of L.P. Berias arrest: evaluation of CIA and the USA politicians.

Yaroslav Aleksandrovich Levin, the candidate of historical sciences, member of the scientific project RNF 17-78-20029, the report F.E. Dzerzhinsky in the evaluation of American historiography.

Anna Vyacheslavovna Sokolova, the 5th year student of the Department of History, the report The work of Cheka in the evaluation of the USA media. 1917-1922.

Katerina Vyacheslavovna Belyaeva, the 4th year student of the Department of History, the report The modern USA historiography about the work of Cheka.

Some of the reports were prepared as a part of the project RNF 17-78-20029 (the head of the project is the doctor of historical sciences, SSUSSE professor, Stanislav Genadyevich Malkin)

The participants of the conference welcomed the Samara delegation and invited it to take part in the All-Russian conference of the Society of Studying of National Special Forces History in Saint Petersburg in May 2018.

14.12.17

The masters students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography took part in the round-table

The masters students of the Department of Natural Science and Geography took part in the round-table The realization of FSES requirements: the organization of students scientific and project work.

On November 11, 2017, the 2nd year masters students studying at the training program number 06.04.01 Biology with the specialization Ecology, N.V. Lapteva and E.S. Samarina, took part in the round-table organized as a part of upgrade teacher training courses on the program The realization of FSES requirements: the organization of students scientific and project work. The head of the courses is the candidate of biological sciences, the head of the Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods, A.A. Semenov.

N.V. Lapteva shared the methodological recommendations for teachers of biology and additional education on the topic The organization of schoolchildrens scientific work on the investigation of the rodents morphological and physiological features.

E.S. Samarina made a report about the special aspects of organization of scientific work in the student scientific group Biology of Mongolian gerbil.

The professors were interested in the masters students reports. Their tutor is the candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant professor of the Faculty of Biology, Ecology and Teaching Methods, I.V. Nalivayko.

30.11.2017

Weve won!

A month ago our university responded to an invitation from Suzdal by helping organise a team of four third year students from the Faculty of Journalism and there you go - they are now the victors of the first all-Russia hackathon dedicated to travel-journalism.

Initially, a hackathon is a developers forum for IT-people, designers and managers who are occupied by one problem. But today, they are more like IT marathons aimed to encourage new business projects. Normally, they take a day up to a week.

The Suzdal event is called Through Russian Roads because every participant must contribute to the issue of touristic routes. It took place in Suzdal because its a well-established city of the Golden Ring. The aim of the project is to work on the existing problems and find solutions. This initiative is unique because of its multilateral nature - both the organisers and participants benefit. While the former get the result, the latter obtain an invaluable experience.

The programme was divided in three parts. The first day - lectorium. Each participant attended special lectures to acquaint themselves with the specifics of Suzdal. The student could participate in open debates with the lecturers and each other as well as a special guest - head of local municipal education. A draw was held at the end of the day to allocate tasks.

Day two was a free ride - participants manage their own time to work on their projects. For this, some were busy surveying, some filming etc.

Day three - conclusions. The participants and jury members met up in City Department to present their projects which also had to include media products: from texts to short clips and posts on social media. They jury assessed the projects on a 1 to 10 scale. Among the criteria were quality, creativity and conformity to the topic but the chief one was feedback.

Our team were appealing to the youth so the project was carried out on Instagram. Photos are easier to digest and they can sometimes tell more than a text. Moreover, its a fast means of communication which in return means quick feedback.

The tourist gave an instant and positive response after having seen the vistas. In view of World Cup 2018, Suzdal found itself on the covers of brochures with the chief sights of the city. A short description will help tourists not get lost in the city.

The first step has been made. The next hackathons will be in other cities with Yaroslavl, Togliatti and Voronezh biding their time. 7 more events are planned with the last one set to happen at the end of 2018.

2.11.17

Students meet Rector

Another traditional conference with Rector of our university, Oleg Dmitrievich Mochavol, has taken place in the building on the Blukher street on the 1st of November, 2017. Research work Prorector Alexander Ivanovich Repinitsky and Economy Prorector Nikolai Victorovich Elenberg were present, as well.

One particular thing about the meeting was the open mic - each student could ask a question and get an immediate response. The questions were various and manifold. They touched on different aspects of student life e.g. housing, facility work, university prospects etc.

Our students had a moment to appreciate and thank our Rector and Prorectors for their contribution to the problems already solved.

The conference was rounded off by our local media Easy-TV who mentioned the special privilege given to our students which allows them to attend seminars in other cities. Rector was then awarded a thank-you note that Easy-TV had brought from Rostov where they had attended the Leader of the Century, a special student self-government school.

SUSSE held Big Ethnographic Dictation

The event whose aim is to enlighten its participants has taken place at our university: our students and various school students all took part.

Many peoples - one country was the motto that accompanied the event on the 3rd of November, 2017 all across the Samara area. Two years running, our university has been one of the hosts, this time to about 60 participants.

The dictations goal is always the same - to determine the level of ethnographic knowledge regarding the peoples that inhabit Russia and raise awareness to the ethnographic discipline that plays a vital role in keeping inter-ethnical relations in peace. The large-scale event happened in each Russian area and 11 nearby countries. Federal agency of national policy in Udmurt Republic in association with Federal agency of Nationalities were the organisers. In our university that was the philosophical and historical departments, headed by E.Yagafova, who helped organise the dictation.

During 45 minutes the participants had to complete 30 tasks with each task costing 1 point. The participants scored 14,9 points on average.

The dictation results, answers, and common mistakes will be published on www.miretno.ru on the 10th of November, 2017. Score results will be issued on the 12th of December, 2017.

7.11.17

Grand Opening of Memorial Plaque

On the 7th of November, 2017, the plaque designed to pay homage to the three Soviet heroes who graduated from the Faculty of History at our university straight after the war, has been attached to the outer wall of the university.

13.11.17

Geography students & teachers at Penza conference

On the 8th of November, the students and teachers from the Faculty of Geography partook in the all-Russia scientific-practical conference that happened at the Penza University. The conference had been organised by the Institute of Pedagogy - structural part of the university.

Four second-year students from the faculties of biology and chemistry presented their reports:

· I.V. Gorbunova and E.A. Khokhlova Application of films and cartoons at school chemistry lessons

N.V. Bedina, I.E.Kabanova Modelling as a means to teach chemistry

D.O. Antipova, D.V. Semina Use of computer at chemistry lessons based on play

A.E. Magenova, E.A. Chernotalova Methodological

The professors presented the following reports:

L.G. Safina Home experiment as an independent study

E.G. Nelyubina Application of practical oil knowledge

The students and professors had a unique opportunity to exchange their experience and discuss the issues of modern education. Each participant received a certificate.

We thank the conference organisers for the cordial welcome and hope for future meetings.


13.11.17

Second-year students on Penza Territorial Museum trip

Assistant-professors Nelyubina and Safina organised a trip to the Penza Territorial Museum for the second-year biologists and chemists from the Faculty of Pedagogy.

The museum was founded by the enthusiasts of the Penza society of science on the 22nd of September, 1905. Among its founders are F.F. Fedorovich, A.N. Magnitsky, I.I. Sprygin. In 1924 the scientific museum was transformed into the territorial one.

This historic event that lay the foundation for ethnographic and archaeological researches was initiated by N. Sprygin; B. Gvozdev, who in 1921 started the History department and greatly contributed to the exhibition being set up at the university, took part in the initiative, either.

The museum is situated in the historic centre of the city in the Dvoryanskaya street where the local gentry used to have their rich houses. The museum sticks out a mile thanks to manifold cannons that saw each large-scale war (Civil, WWI, WWII) and a T-34. But there's more than meets the eye, about 125,000 items are stored inside. These are scientific, archeological, ethnographic, artistic, numismatic findings that make up the collection.

Each student was left awestruck by a formidable compilation and each one thanked the museum personnel for the opportunity to be part of the Penza history.

Education. Science. Business - 2017

The exhibition-forum Education. Science. Business - 2017 will take place at Expo-Volga from the 23th of November until the 25th of November. The aim of the event is to help school students decide what they want from their future education. For university students this is an opportunity to choose a Masters programme. Were inviting everyone to participate.

Our involvement in the 8th exhibition-forum Education. Science. Business - 2017

SSUSSE took part in the traditional exhibition-forum that was held at Expo Volga from the 23th of November until the 25th of November.

O.A. Yankevich, professor from the Faculty of Physics, O.V. Pravdina, professor at the Faculty of Physical Culture, were there at the grand opening.

The participants could try their luck at the Total Dication that was supervised by our docent from the Russian language department - L.V. Arteshin.

As well as Samara area, this year has also seen representatives from Kazan, Murmansk and St.Petersburg universities.

School students of 8 and 9 year abounded on the very first day of the exhibition. Those who are yet to decide their future were offered a test to determine their inclinations. These are also welcomed at our universities for olympiads.

Last-year school students were probing into our faculties and requirements i.e. how much they have to score at UGE. O. Pravdina was in charge of this section.

There were also those considering their further education. Those who already have a Bachelors degree but now want a Masters degree of Pedagogy are always welcomed at our university!

We were also happy to meet our alumni and their children and students at the exhibition.

School students are now invited for an Open Door Day at SSUSSE with the next one arranged for the 17th of December of 2017.

Many thanks to the university deputies and the advertisement, innovations and marketing department for helping with the organisation.

2.10.2017

The students help to Samara football project

Students of NGF have participated in an action of improvement of the territory of the Samara Arena stadium which is being constructed to the FIFA World Cup of 2018. The stadium is under construction in Kirovsky district of Samara in borders of Moscow and Volzhskoye Highways, Tashkentskaya and Democraticheskaya streets. The area of the land plot which is directly under construction of the stadium is 27 hectares. The stadium will be a two-storey building with a natural lawn, the football field will be equipped with the systems of artificial heating and automatic irrigation. It is planned that construction of a sport object will come to an end in 2017, and commissioning in 2018. "Samara Arena" will host 6 matches of the 2018 World Cup: 4 matches of a group stage (including, Russian national team match) and also matches 1/8 and quarterfinal. Total capacity of stadium will be 45 thousand places. Architectural feature of the arena is its space motives.

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29.09.2017

Good news of FIYa

the first meeting of Video club in new academic year has taken its place.

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On September 27 at faculty of foreign languages the Video club has resumed its work. Despite the rain drizzling outside the window and cold weather, students of different courses have gathered in the pleasant company to watch and then to discuss the interesting film in English. Organizers, students Marina Efanova, Konstantin Frolov and the associate professor E.V. Savitskaya, have tried to create the cozy atmosphere and to give the chance to all guests to say a word, many of whom are first-year students. And the choice of the movie (this time the audience has seen "The Roman vacation") has allowed all the attendees to plunge into the unique atmosphere of fantastic Rome at least for a while. The video club will continue its work and we invite all the fans of English with pleasure to join us!

28.09.2017

In art gallery of Novokuybyshevsk "Victoria" an exhibition has opened. "The Art of teaching. The Art of Painting".

The picturesque and graphic works of the last years made by teachers and students are shown at this exhibition. At an exhibition it is possible to see e works of artists teachers of department T.V. Krasnoshchyokova, I.P. Doniya, T.V. Kruglov, I.V. Amelina, K.G. Repina, E.A. Latasheva, L.V. Andreyeva (landscapes, portraits, still life pictures) in different art techniques (easel oily painting, a graphics, decorative compositions, etc.). Pedagogical activities of department are reflected in the educational and creative works of students. The exhibition is intended to show the artistic, creative and pedagogical potential of the university.

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The exhibition takes place in the art gallery "Victoria", which is located in the Samara Region, Novokuybyshevsk, Molodyozhnaya St., 10 till October 14.

26.09.2017

Students of NGF have taken part in the event "Live, the Wood!"

Students of NGF have taken part in the event "Live, the Wood!" which passed in the

territory of the park of Y.A. Gagarin of the urban district Samara. In total score our students have gathered more than 20 buckets of acorns of pedunculate oak.

The event "Live, the Wood!" is carried out the initiative of Federal Forestry Agency for the sixth time. In the territory of our region it is organized by the ministry of forestry, environmental protection and environmental management of the Samara region to restore, keep and increase forest richness of the region.

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This year more than one hundred people among whom there were students and teachers of NGF SSUSSH have participated in this event. Actions for gathering an acorn of the pedunculate oak will take place on the territory of all the forest areas of the Samara region. During an action it is planned to gather more than 2,5 tons of an acorn

25.09.2017

A fascinating journey to the world of books

On September 22, 2017, the 1st year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT visited the Samara Regional Universal Scientific Library within the annual regional action "Viva, student! Viva library! ".

The excursion was organized and conducted by Ekaterina Kazak, a 3rd year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT.

During the month pupils, students of higher and secondary special educational institutions, graduate students and teachers were able to get acquainted with the library's resources and services during the excursions, which were made up according to the discipline of the particular group. And of course, the students of our faculty could not ignore this event.

During the excursion, 1st year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT learned the history of Samara Regional Universal Scientific Library and many interesting facts about its visitors. They were also told that the library exhibited historical training aids from different institutions of the city, including Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education.

At the end of the excursion each participant was provided with a color library ticket.

Ekaterina Andreevna Kazak, 3rd year student,
Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT

21.09.2017

"Information Surfing"

The first master class, which was conducted by Galina Iosifovna Potashnikova, the main bibliographer, and Margarita Aleksandrovna Kuznetsova, the first category bibliographer, was devoted to "information surfing". Experienced library workers provided an overview of the library's electronic resources: they taught us how to use the library's website, showed a lot of useful articles for students and researchers and told us about a virtual reference where anyone can get help in finding and selecting sources for writing a scientific article, research work, course and diploma work. In a short time we were able to master the skills of working with the electronic resource "Digital Libraries of the Samara Region", which contains information on the availability of books in the libraries of the Samara region. The library workers also offered us a selection of Internet resources about philology: they taught us how to work with INION databases and the electronic catalog of Ushinsky Scientific Pedagogical Library and explained how to carry out the search in Digital Dissertations Library. We used many of these resources for the first time, but there also were some resources which were already opened for us by the teachers of our faculty. The second part of the lecture included Oksana Sultanova and Gulnara Stepanovas speech about the search system "Web of Science". We learned some information about the newest search system, which includes over 64 million articles, books and scientific publications. The library workers helped us to gain an understanding of this system. They showed how to register in it and create our own accounts and how to work with the search engine of this portal. "Web of Science" is very convenient for students and scientists: it allows its users to select the necessary scientific publications and create a selection of sources for any topics. Moreover, it automatically creates a bibliographic list designed according to the requirements of the State Standard. At the end of the consultation, all students worked with this system in order to find and select materials for their scientific researches.

The students of the Department of Philology are eager to express their gratitude to the staff of the Samara Regional Universal Scientific Library, especially to Olga Anatolyevna Zdobnukhina, who informed them about the possibility of such a meeting.

And we also thank the teacher of the Department of Philology E.V. Abramovskikh, who organized this meeting for us and was there with us!

The material was prepared by Maria Ilyicheva,
a 4th-year student of the Faculty of Philology

19.09.2017

Art of Learning. Art of painting

On September 22 at 17:00 Art Gallery "Victoria" (Molodezhnaya street, 10) will open an exhibition named "Art of Learning. Art of Painting", with works of the teachers from the Department of Culture and Art in Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education.

The exposition will include paintings and graphic works by teachers of the Department of Culture and Art in Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education. Tatiana Krasnoshchekova, Irina Amelina, Taras Kruglov, Igor Doniy, Elena Latasheva, Ksenia Repina, Lyudmila Andreeva will present to the audience their works performed in different techniques of fine art. Finely crafted landscapes, portraits, still lifes, plot compositions will reveal the different side of their creators. In addition to art works of the university teachers, the exposition will include graduate works of the students of the department.

Over 60 works will be presented at the exhibition.

The works will be exhibited until October 14, 2017.

Working hours:

• Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 19:00

Saturday - from 10:00 to 18:00

Sunday is a day off

For group excursions make an appointment by phone: (84635) 4-41-90

If you have any questions, please contact the head of the art department Grigoryeva Nina Vladimirovna (84635) 4-41-90

14.09.2017

Open Day in SSUSSE Center of Pre-University Training

Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education invites 10th-11th grade pupils, they parents and class teachers to

Open Day in SSUSSE Center of Pre-University Training,

which will take place on

October 1, 2017 at 11.00 at the address:

Samara, Antonova-Ovseenko Street, 24, classroom 317

During the open day you will:

1. become familiar with the results of the admission campaign 2017;

2. find out which exams to choose for the Unified State Exam 2018;

3. be informed about the most effective methods of preparation to the university admission and about the planned changes in the rules for the admission in 2018;

4. study the modern methods of choosing the future profession, which will be the most suitable for you;

5. learn the main features of SSUSSE admission in 2018 and find out how to participate in the program of target training.

You will hear the speech of:

Shchelkov Alexey Borisovich vice-rector for supplementary education, career guidance and public relations in SSUSSE, docent, candidate of historical sciences, a member of the State Examination Commission for conducting state certification of educational programs of secondary general education in Samara region in 2017;

Pravdina Olga Vladimirovna - head of SSUSSE Center of Pre-University Training, docent, candidate of pedagogical sciences.

You can get all the necessary information by phone or in person it SSUSSE Pre-University Training Center:

Antonova-Ovseenko Street, 24, classroom 206

+7 (846) 207-88-77

e-mail: kurs@sgspu.ru

12.09.2017

A charge for fruitful work in the new study year!

On July and August 2017, Alexandra Pashkovskaya, Yulia Sarycheva and Yana Malysheva, 4th year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT, were lucky to have their summer pedagogical practice on the picturesque Black Sea coast in the educational center "Sirius".

Work in Sirius, like any work with children, is a very important matter, which must be taken seriously. It is necessary to be a mobile person, who can be quickly involved in work, have the ability to work in a team and to find solutions to non-standard tasks that arise daily. Having arrived, the girls had a traditional training in working with teams of students and immediately plunged into intensive work.

There is a very convenient mentoring system in the center experienced partners help the newcomers to deal with the difficulties of curator's work. Young specialists can address their mentors with any questions and it certainly helps them to adopt in the center.

The most dynamic, interesting and bright session was in July. There were the most talented, active, creative boys and girls, who came from different parts of the country. Having seen their gleaming eyes, Alexandra, Julia and Yana immediately realized that they were in a unique place. That session was, after all, the main destination for the boys and girls who had won regional, All-Russian and even international festivals and contests with their projects. Every day, from the very morning until late at night, famous teachers and children with their curators were immersed in project activities for creating unique products. The educational program "Great Challenges" resulted in a presentation of works to the President of the Russian Federation and, of course, the most memorable and loud event of the year "The Nedetsky Talk with Vladimir Putin". Throughout the month there was a creative atmosphere of discovery, in which it was a pleasure to work.

In the photo you can see Alexandra Pashkovskayas team during the tour in Rosa Khutor.

In the photo you can see Riccardo Valentini a Nobel prize-winner and Yana Malysheva a student of DMPI.

All three students received positive feedback on their work. It was noted that Julia Sarycheva was friendly and sympathetic, Yana Malysheva could easily find a common language with the students and correctly selected and conducted activities within the team, Alexandra Pashkovskaya made competent decisions in critical situations and acted consistently.

Students of the group MI-4 on the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT express special gratitude to Dean V.N. Aniskin for the opportunity to visit such a magical place, to get experience, useful for their future pedagogical activity, and to communicate and exchange ideas with interesting, famous people. And they also thank the curator of the group MI-4, ME Ivanyuk, for training the specialists who received good characteristics on the All-Russian level with recommendations for further cooperation.

It should be noted that there is another student of the group MI-4, Kseniya Ivanovna Makarova, who was interviewed for the October session in 2017. An invitation was sent to her.

The text was prepared by Alexandra Pashkovskaya, a student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT

11.09.2017

Students of the Faculty of Culture and Arts had a training under the Erasmus + program in Italy.

Italy is an amazing country, striking with its beauty and history. It's a country of music. And I am very happy that I had the opportunity to study under the Erasmus + program in Italy, because I gained invaluable experience, discovered new opportunities, got many good acquaintances, learned basic Italian and improved my English.

The training took place from 22.04.17 to 24.07.17 at Stanislao Giacomantonio Conservatory, which is located in a provincial town in the south of Italy called Cosenza.

At first it was a bit difficult: a different country, a different mentality, a different language, but, thanks to our curators, kindly provided by the Conservatory, my classmate and me adapted pretty soon.

Italians turned out to be really friendly and sympathetic people. They tried to help us, even though they didnt speak English, and we, in our turn, didnt speak Italian. There were situations when we asked passers-by the way to some places and they simply led us to those places. I was pleasantly surprised by local people, who made an indelible impression on me.

In my curriculum there were 2 pairs of individual lessons (piano and accompaniment mastery) and 3 pairs of group lessons (piano in chamber vocal music, singing, intonation and rhythmic reading, chorus and choral repertoire). Teachers, taking into account that I was an Erasmus + student, tried to explain the material in an easy way and asked other students to help me with any questions.

The repertoire of pianoforte and mastermind skills was selected according to the curriculum, but my abilities were also taken into account. Classes were held once a week for 1.5-3 hours, the rest of the time we were studying by ourselves.

Examinations were taken before the commission. Even though we were international students, we passed all the exams on a par with the rest. In the end, I did well.

During our studies and after, we visited such cities as Tropea, Amalfi, Pizzo, Diamante, Scalea, San Nicola Arcella, Paola, Crotone, Naples, Rome and the Sila National Park in Calabria.

I am very grateful to my university for giving me such a unique chance to study in Italy, the country of music.

Aliya Mingaleeva,

4-year student of the Faculty of Culture and Art

Erasmus +. Italy, 2017. Grant. Invitation. Pleasant shock. Consent to study abroad at the jazz department. Shock. Rapid collection of documents, but still with shock. A month passed. I felt calm, but at the same time excited: after all, visa was ready, the ticket was bought, and, in fact, we were already at the threshold of the Stanislao Giacomontonio Conservatoire in Cosenza (Italy). Nothing could be better for a musician who had a lifelong dream of plunging into the world of Italian vocal music, studying this music from the inside, and after all trying himself in it. And this moment finally came.

The first lecture session - lettura cantata (musical reading and analysis of music) - was quite interesting, despite the slight misunderstanding of the Italian language. Of course, there was a certain language barrier. Yes, just certain. And how did we communicate then? We spoke English, gradually learning Italian. And yes, music has always been an international language. Moreover, the musical terminology in Russia was taken from the Italian school of music. And the active gesticulation, which is so typical of this people, gave us more chances to understand them thoroughly.

I had been waiting probably all my life for that moment - a meeting with the teachers of the jazz department. I am Armenian and the teachers said that my appearance was very similar to Italian. Thats why, at the first meeting, they were speaking Italian with me. And at first they couldnt understand why my eyes were so surprised and what was wrong. Later, when I explained that I was a student of the Erasmus + program, everything fell into place. So, then was the time for listening and simultaneously choosing a repertoire for further work. To say that I was happy would be an understatement.

I'm a very self-critical person. Every time the teachers stopped me to explain what they needed in a particular work, I listened with pleasure.

Three months of working with these people, going to the concert hall with them, and just being a part of this life - was a good experience. And you know what was the most important - I got answers to many questions that had been tormenting me for years. I got the answer to the main question: am I doing the right thing? And it's not about the technique of performance, its about music in general, and the manner that I show the audience and share with my pupils. And all teachers told me: "Bring your style, and be yourself."

Maestro loved, when his students performed what they liked, so it was the music that everyone enjoyed, both the performer and his audience. And when I was choosing the first song, which later became my examination song, the maestro gave me the right to choose. There was only one thought in my head: "Rose, this is your only chance to show your ideas in music". Some time ago I wanted to interpret an Armenian folk song in jazz. Maestro liked this idea so much that he suggested not to lose a minute and begin trying this music on each instrument. Competence and quality were at a high level. In less than an hour, the work I had been waiting for so long was done. I was simply amazed by the skill of the teacher who, with one sound or one wave of his hand, could turn an "ordinary chord" into a miracle. It's all about the wonderful Maestro Pisani.

Maestro Lucia, Maestro Massa and maestro Mencisa taught me a lot in the field of vocal and piano performance. Each of them made a huge contribution to my understanding of music.

I do not want to finish my story with a minor chord, but I just want to tell all the management of our university THANKS for such an opportunity!

You make us happier!

Tspnetsyan Rosa,

4-year student of the Faculty of Culture and Art

10.09.2017

Conference of the European Association of Archaeologists.

From August 30 to September 2 there was a conference of the European Association of Archaeologists, which took place in Maastricht (the Netherlands).

About two and a half thousand researchers from different countries of Europe and America presented their reports at 450 sections. The aspects of archaeological research discussed there were totally diverse.

Within the framework of the project "Traditional and innovative models for the development of the ancient population of the Volga region", set up by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the professor of the Department of National History and Archeology AA Vibornov took part in the forum. Materials, based on the results of the conference were published. The next symposium will be held in September 2018 in Barcelona.

8.09.2017

Dialogue of cultures the culture of dialogue.

On September 7, 2017 students of faculty of mathematics, physics and informatics as a part of delegation of the Samara state social and pedagogical university have attended the Regional student's festival of national cultures "Dialogue of cultures a basis of peace and harmony" which took place in the Samara state technical university. It should be noted that our higher education institution has acted as the partner of this festival.

The welcome speech of the rector of SSTU Dmitry Evgenyevich Bykov opened the event. He noted that in spite of the fact that representatives of many nationalities and nationalities live in Russia, we write the united story and that our force is in the multinationality.

The message from the governor of the Samara region to participants of a festival was read by the vice governor of the Samara region Dmitry Evgenyevich Ovchinnikov, who drew the attention that 157 nationalities live on the territory of our area. Thats why the dialogue of cultures is necessary and extremely important for Samara citizens.

Also other guests of honor of a festival were given a word: the chairman of the Union of the people of the Samara region Rostislav Khugayev, the chairman of the commission of Public chamber of the Samara region concerning culture, youth policy, the international and interfaith relations Dmitry Kamynin managing interuniversity department of theology and history of religion, the archimandrite Veniamin Labutin, the mufti of the Samara region, the chairman of Regional spiritual government of Muslims Talip Hazrat Yarullin, the pastor of Evangelic and Lutheran church of Saint George Olga Temirbulatova.

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The performance of bayan players of faculty of culture and art of SSUSSH became a fine decoration of the festival.

Our students noted that such student's festivals allow to know each other better, through studying of traditions of other people to have an opportunity to understand, accept another, to build constructive dialogue.

As the great Saint, the abbot of the Russian land Sergey of Radonezh told: " we will escape only with the help of Love and a Unification ".

8.08.2017

Russian Basketball Womens Team Beat the USA in World Cup Final Match U-19

In the World Basketball Cup U-19, Russian womens team beat the USA one with the final score 86:82 (17:22, 19:20, 26:18, 24:22).

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Thus, for the first time ever Russian team won a gold medal at the World Basketball Cup U-19.

SSUSSE second-year student of the Department of Physical Education and Sport, Daria Kurilchuk, played for the Russian team.

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23.06.2017

SSUSSE Students Met with the President V.V. Putin

Dreams come true when you work at them!

This motto of the educational centre Sirius became the individual credo of the fourth year students of SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT Alexandra Pashkovskaya, Yulia Sarycheva and Yana Malysheva during their teaching practice in Sochi.

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On July 21, 2017, Alexandra, Yulia and Yana took part in the meeting with the president of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin. The meeting was broadcast live from Sochi on the NTV channel for three hours. The Russian leader answered all the questions, funny and serious ones, asked by children.

The students shared their impressions with us:

For every patriot of Russia the biggest dream is to meet with the president of our country. We, SSUSSE students, were happy to take part in one of the most significant events of the year.

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Working in Sirius is a demanding challenge as only creatively and intellectually gifted children of our country gather here. Every day in Sirius is filled with bright moments and positive impressions, meetings with talented and unique people. For us the practice in Sirius is a great school of life we will never forget. The experience we gained from the top-ranking specialists will be very useful for us in our future career.

The Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT is very proud of their students and looking forward to welcoming them back.

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3.06.2017

Golden Pool of Talented Graduates 2017

June 27, 2017 witnessed the award ceremony of SSUSSE graduates Golden Pool of Talented Graduates 2017 taking place in the A. S. Pushkin Cultural Centre.

The best graduates of 2017 who succeeded in creative, scientific, social, sport activities, and graduated from the university with honors degree diplomas, were invited to the award ceremony.

By tradition, the guests of the ceremony and the graduates left some notes in a special Book of Wishes that is passed from one group of graduates to the other.

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Two hundred graduates took congratulations from the rector of Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education O. D. Mochalov; the vice-chairman of the Committee of Education and Science, official of Samara Regional Duma T.E. Bodrova; the world rowing and canoeing champion, honored coach of the RF A. V. Mileev; the journalist, chief editor of Samara news service S. V. Gurov.

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3.06.2017

Internship in the University of Economy in Bydgoszcz (Poland)

On 01.03.2017 27.06.2017, I undertook a semester internship in WSG: the University of Economy in Bydgoszcz (Poland). I visited this city three years ago when I was a first year student and did the courses on the extreme sports.

There is a very convenient student campus, and modern facilities on the university premises.

I studied at the Department of Physical Education and passed tests in the following subjects as Introduction into Economics, Online Education, Premedical First Aid, Techniques of Self-presentation, Healthcare Education, Mathematical Statistics in Sport, Theory and Principles of Swimming, Rhythmic Gymnastics and Dance, Polish Language, Sports Tourism, Modern Forms of Recreation, Yachting, Rowing, Motorcycle Sport, Massage, and tests in the training camp in Moryn (kayaking, tennis, windsurfing, frisbee, archery, rifle shooting, orienteering, sport climbing, etc.).

These subjects were taught both in Polish and in Russian.

During the classes of Modern Forms of Recreation, we went on tours to Sweden, learning the pole walking in the forest, and also cycling in the city. The city amazed us with its diminutiveness,convenience, and cleanliness. For the first time I traveled on the big eleven-storeyed ferry, and I must say it was unforgettable, all the students were filled with overwhelming emotions.

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As for the teaching methods, we studied in two ways: in classes and online using the unified system of the university students where they can find the time-table, marks, and do the tasks.

All the subjects were taught in a very intelligible form, the teachers took into consideration our feedback and the basic level of the language.

As I was a student of WSG, I could take part in such competitions as basketball, chess, and track-and-field athletics. I won the chess competition; but the fortune did not smile upon me in track-and-field athletics as I picked up an injury just some days prior to it. However, I could make it into the final in the competitions (long jumps) among all the universities of Poland.

Besides, during my stay in Poland, I could travel through such cities as Krakow, Poznan, Sopot, Warsaw, Gdansk, Gdynia, Invrotslav, Moryn, Lodz, Torun, Malbork, also the Czech Republic.

In Malbork, I visited the residence of the great magister of Teutonic Order the castle Marienburg (Castle Malbrok).

Majestic arcs, massive walls made of red brick, tapestries, mural painting, antiquities, and mesmerizing stained-glass artworks, all these are the biggest Gothic castle complex in the world, UNESCO World Heritage site.

I am very happy that I was given the opportunity to study in another country under the Erasmus+ program. I gained invaluable experience, became acquainted with many good and interesting people, visited different countries and cities, opened up new horizons for myself, learnt one more foreign language, improved my English, studied new subjects, took part in various competitions and events, and it was a nice time I spent there. I would like to say Thank you very much to all the people who organized my internship and offered their help.

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1.07.2017

Visit of Masaryk University Delegates (Brno, the Czech Republic) to SSUSSE

Under the agreement of the international cooperation between SSUSSE and Masaryk University, Brno (the Czech Republic), our university hosts the delegation represented by Svatonova Hana, the vice-rector for public relations, doctor of science, associate professor of the Geography Department; Kolejka Jaromir, the candidate of science, associate professor of the Geography Department; and Lnenichka Libor, the senior teacher of the Geography Department.

During the visit, SSUSSE students campus witnessed our foreign guests together with the rector of the university, O.D. Mochalov, and the teaching staff, planting fir-trees at the walkway of friendship. The teaching staff was represented by the doctor of biological sciences, professor, Yu. M. Popov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, head of the Department of Chemistry and Geography, L. V. Panfilova, the candidate of biological sciences, dean of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, I. V. Kazantsev, the candidate of biological sciences, associate professor, chairman of Russian Birds Conservation Union in Samara region, S. I. Pavlov.

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Then, our Czech partners visited the Ganyushin Museum of SSUSSE History, and enjoyed an excellent excursion arranged by N. I. Pavlova, the head of the museum.

Besides, the university developed a cultural program for the guests that included an excursion around the city, visiting different museums and picturesque places of Samara region.

Our foreign partners highly praised the organization of their visit and expressed their hope for further cooperation.

The Department of Natural Science and Geography expresses gratitude to the candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor, head of the International Office, V. V. Bondareva for the opportunity to interact with the delegates of Masaryk University.

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30.06.2017

Excursion to Ceramic Factory Stroyfarfor

During the practical training, the students of the Department of Biology and Chemistry visited the ceramic factory Stroyfarfor.

The history of the factory is connected with the Ukrainian city Slavyansk, which was the first to produce porcelain and semiporcelain ware at the end of the nineteenth century.

During the excursion the students became familiar with the latest technologies of manufacturing ceramics and porcelain, visited the physical and chemical test laboratories. The students were also showed the new samples of tile that has been produced at the factory since 2014.

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28.06.2017

Art Exhibition Dedicated to the Year of Ecology

The project of Samara Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet Development of Ecological Culture put forward an educational idea in order to improve environmental situation in Samara region. Under this project, at the lobby area, Samara Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet mounted a display of pictures, tapestries, photos and posters on ecology theme. All the works are done in the mixed painting technique by both amateurs and masters. During the intermissions, the audience have a unique opportunity to look at these works of art and to ponder over the themes touched on.

What are our artists interested in?

Realistic landscapes show the splendor of the nature, where mighty trees stand, where white sailing-ships cross the smooth-surface of the Volga River.

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There are also the works by the beginning artists who are 5 and 6 years old. Look, how bright are the colors, how bold are the brushstrokes, and how impressive are the images and the sense of composition. We can see the faunal forms that are listed in the Red Book of Russia lynx and Amur leopard.

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Thus, Samara Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet, the organizer of the exhibition, achieved its main goal, as it drew attention to the ecology issues. The exhibition shows that even little children see the beauty of our nature, can tell about it, and appeal for friendly attitude to the environment. Undoubtedly, these facts form the basis of the ecological culture in the society.

28.06.2017

Field Practical Training

Practical training is an important and compulsory part of the education process at the Department of Natural Science and Geography. For more than 10 years, Syzran region was the one place for students to have their field practical trainings in geography, natural resource use, geoscience, and landscape study.

During the practical trainings, the students study the topographic features, vegetation and soil, take hydrological measurements and make metrological observations. They also collect factual information then process it in the laboratory and after that make hypsographic and soil maps, maps of vegetation and also landscape maps of the marked territories.

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Thus, similar trainings improve students knowledge; develop their skills in performing scientific experiments and collecting information. The received data provide the basis of the students research papers.

Besides, the students also attend Samara Weather Control and Environmental Monitoring Service where they learn about the history of the state hydro-meteorological service in Samara region, become familiar with the principal meteorological devices, and the rules of reading them. Moreover, the students learn how to make weather forecasts and observe global natural processes and phenomena.

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27.06.2017

SSUSSE Students Awarded Grant at International Forum iVolga-2017

The students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the international forum iVolga-2017, their project Subspace won 150 RUB grant. Artemiy Grechanyi and Yulia Gavrilova worked out a project on integration of augmented reality technologies into the excursions around Samara, they developed a special application that let the users see the lost cultural sites in the historical part of our city.

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We like the old part of the city and we wanted to do something for it thats why our project was born. The project is called Subspace because the past is always near us and we wished to find a way to open the window and show it to people said the authors of the project.

iVolga is the international youth forum that is held for the fifth time at Mastryukovskie Lakes. This year saw the record number of people (2000) taking part in the forum.

The forum has the international status and hosts the participants from different countries such as Serbia, the Ukraine, Ghana, China and France, England and Brazil.

iVolga is a platform for grant support, communication, experience and knowledge exchange between the experts and lecturers and young generation of students who are full of ideas and eager to know how to put them into practice.

Among 186 participants, Artemiy and Yulia were the only ones who successfully presented their project at the regional and federal levels and won 150 RUB grant to launch their project.

The students impressions:

iVolga is the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience new emotions. We were surprised how assertive the other guys were. It encouraged us very much not to give up at the first hurdle. If you follow the rules of the forum, it will certainly change your life.

Grant is a social elevator that helps realize your potential in the way you wish. Everything depends on your wish and the work you have done.

26.06.2017

SSUSSE To Hold the Sixth All-Russian Convention on Archeology

Archeological conventions of such scale began in the pre-revolutionary Russia. Organization of this important scientific event is a great honor and a heavy responsibility for our university that has one of the leading archeological schools in the Volga and Ural region.

A scientific event on a global scale usually gathers about 700 scientists from Russia and foreign countries. The convention is expected to take place in 2020.

More than 40 years Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education has been one of the archeological centres of the Volga and Ural region where the research of the ancient periods of Russian history is on its rise now. SSUSSE scientists together with the other specialists from Russia and foreign countries conduct researches synthesizing different humanity and natural science subjects. The research is reflected in numerous publications, conferences and joint expeditions to study artifacts of the Mesolithic period.

The Department of National History and Archeology, the archeological laboratory, the university museum of the Volga region archeology, the Department of History, and the technical office will be the core group in organizing the convention.

25.06.2017

Excursion to Coca-Cola Plant

On June 16, 2017, SSUSSE students of the Department of Biology and Chemistry visited Samara Coca-Cola plant.

During the excursion the students became familiar with the principles of environment control used at the plant, the process of manufacturing soft fizzy drinks, and also learnt the aspects of work ineach floor of the plant.

At the end of the excursion, the students were invited to work at the "Coca-Cola" plant.

The education the students get in our university let them work as the laboratory assistants and supervisors of the output quality.

The students expressed their gratitude to the plant staff for their assistance in organizing that practical training.

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25.06.2017

Excursion to Cosmetics Factory Vesna

On June 15, 2017, the cosmetics factory Vesna arranged an excursion for SSUSSE second year students of the Department of Biology and Chemistry.

During the excursion the students were told about the peculiarities of the manufacturing process at the factory.

The students were invited to work at the factory on completion of their study. In their turn, the students expressed their gratitude to the factory staff for the well-organized and warm welcome.

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23.06.2017

Delegation of Cosenza Conservatory of Music (Italy) Paid Official Visit to SSUSSE

On June 19 23, 2017, under the cooperation agreement on the academic mobility program Erasmus +, the delegation of Stanislao Giacomantonio Conservatory of Music (Cosenza, Italy) represented by the financial director Paolo Cordiale and the manager for international affairs and strategic partnership Raffaele Longo, paid an official visit to SSUSSE.

During the visit, the delegates met with the university authorities the rector O.D. Mochalov, the president I.V. Vershinin, the vice-rector for academic research work A.I. Repinetskiy, the vice-rector for academic affairs and quality of education N.N. Kislova, the head of the International Office V.V. Bondareva, the dean of the Department of Culture and Art A.G. Gokina, and the teacher of Italian Carmelo Cascone.

This is the second official visit made within the terms of the cooperation agreement between the universities. It enabled our foreign partners to become familiar with the system of music education in Russia, to discuss the prospects of further cooperation, to exchange the international and academic experience.

While staying in Samara, our foreign guests visited the Bunker of Stalin, the Ballet and Opera Theater, and the Philharmonic Hall. Our partners also went on a walking tour of the historical centre of Samara. Despite the changeable weather, the Volga trip left our guests with vivid impressions.

The next official visit of our Italian partners to SSUSSE is expected in October 2017.

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22.06.2017

All-Russian Patriotic Campaign Memorial Candle

June 23 saw the All-Russian patriotic campaign Memorial Candle taking place at the Volga Embankment (near the monument to the Sailor-boys of the Navy).

The Campaign is a tribute to the tragic commencement date of the Great Patriotic War June 22, 1941, when Germany attacked the Soviet Union without declaring a war.

SSUSSE students, the war veterans, war workers, government officials, youth organizations and volunteers took part in the patriotic campaign.

One hundred fifty people with candles in their hands commemorated those who never came back from the war, laid down their lives for their native country.

The campaign participants also laid flowers at the monument of the Sailor-boys of the Navy.

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15.06.2017

Delegation of Masaryk University (Brno, the Czech Republic) Paid Official Visit to SSUSSE

Under the agreement of the international cooperation between SSUSSE and Masaryk University, Brno (the Czech Republic), our university received a visit of the delegation represented by Svatonova Hana, vice-rector for public relations, doctor of science, associate professor of the Geography Department; Kolejka Jaromir, candidate of science, associate professor of the Geography Department; and Lnenichka Libor, senior teacher of the Geography Department.

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On May 13, 2017, in order to discuss the prospects for further cooperation the delegates met with the rector O.D. Mochalov, the president of the university I.V. Vershinin, the vice-rector for academic research work A.I. Repinetskiy, the vice-rector for academic affairs and quality of education N.N. Kislova, the associate professor and the head of the International Office V.V. Bondareva, the doctor of pedagogic sciences, professor and the head of the Department of Pedagogics and Psychology A.L. Busygina, the doctor of biological sciences and professor of the Department of Biology and Ecology Yu.M. Popov, the doctor of pedagogic sciences, professor and the head of the Department of Chemistry and Geography L.V. Panfilova, the dean of the Department of Natural Science and Geography I.V. Kazantsev.

The visit of the delegation will last until June 9, during the visit our guests will not only see the sights of Samara and Samara region but also give master classes and take part in the State Final Examination of bachelor degree students (Biology and Geography).

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13.06.2017

Among Five Best Students

The fourth year student of SSUSSE Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Stanislav Epifanov, took part in the tenth International IT Olympiad IT-Planet 2016/17 (world-it-planet.org) that is one of the biggest IT competitions in Russia.

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More than 300 young IT specialists took part in the final of the Jubilee Olympiad IT-Planet that took place in Sochi on June 2 5. Among the finalists were the students and the graduates from colleges and universities of Russia, the Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Uzbekistan. In order to reach the final, during the whole academic year the participants demonstrated their high IT proficiency level.

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The project is supported by the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the RF and the Ministry of Education and Science of the RF. This year the Olympiad IT-Planet was announced one of the best education projects in Russia and gained the support from the Strategic Initiative Agency for launching new projects. The sponsors of the competitions were Russian and international leaders of the IT-market: AT Consulting the prime sponsor, 1 C, Cisco, Huawei, Intel, InterSystems, Oracle, Linuxcenter. The main purpose of the Olympiad IT-Planet is to converge business structures and Russian and CIS universities in order to enhance the quality of IT-education and to assist young specialists in employment. The Olympiad program included competition, culture and education activities. The participants competed in the following nominations Programming, Cloud computing and data bases, Usability, Mobile platforms, Digital creative work, Copyleft software and robot technology.

Robot technology took the central position in the Olympiad program. Thus, all the participants could visit robot technology exhibition and master classes where they learned how to program robots in Scratch and Arduino languages. Traditionally the third day of the Olympiad witnessed a quest by the AT Consulting company taking place in Sochi Olympic park.

Stanislav Epifanov with his project Agrarian self-contained device for irrigation of agricultural areas using nonconventional power sources won the fifth place in the contest for robot technology, the nomination Design.

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13.06.2017

SSUSSE Students and Teachers at International Orthodox Youth Forum

On June 6 10, 2017, the first year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the Fifth International Orthodox Youth Forum.

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The Youth Forum began with the meeting with Seraphim Lyuberetskii, the chairman of the Synodal Department for youth affairs. During the meeting, he touched on some topical issues that many young people face now, told about the divine providence in a life of every person, appealed to the audience not to be shy to speak about their belief. At the end of the forum, the participants who came from different regions of Russia and also from foreign countries, went to the Monastery of the Holy Dormition in Tver region. The ensemble of the Monastery of the Holy Dormition is rated as the most significant architectural complexes of Tver region. It was founded in ancient times, and restored at the beginning of the 16th century. In the 20th century, the Monastery became a jewel and pride of the city.

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The first day at the Monastery started with the opening of the forum. On the second day, the participants went on the excursion around the Monastery, attended the seminars on the issues of social project planning, fund raising, and business communication. That interesting day ended with the meeting with the hieromonk Makarii. The hieromonk Makarii is a church writer, missionary, and the author of many books of the open talk genre. The conversation with him kindled the interest of the forum participants, they asked questions concerning family, marriage, relationships with parents, life purpose. As Makarii is also a programmer, the students of the Department Mathematics, Physics and IT took advantage of the opportunity to discuss with him some professional themes programming languages, and their function capabilities.

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The Forum received a wide coverage in the local Mass Media. The representative of SSUSSE delegation had a chance to take part in one of the interviews.

The International Orthodox Youth Forum was an unforgettable event in life of the participants.

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12.06.2017

Dancing Group Karree Win Two International Competitions

The theater of modern dance Karree was established in 2014, it continued the best traditions and new choreography trends of their first dancing group of the Department of Psychology and Special Education. This year was the most successful for the theater. Karree took part in the International festival of youth creativity Rainbow of Talents. In the 9th International Competition of choreography art Dancing World (Saint Petersburg) it became an award winner in the nomination Modern Choreography.

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6.06.2017

SSUSSE Volunteers in Charitable Race Legal Run

May 27 saw a charitable race taking place at the Volga Embankment, as a part of the International Fund Raising Project Legal Run. SSUSSE volunteers of the Journalism Department helped organize the event.

This campaign is annually held among the lawyers and their friends in more than fifty cities of the world: Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Kaliningrad, London, Barcelona, Zurich, etc.; the number of participants exceeds 500 people. The project is held to support people who are in charge of the charity fund Gift of Life. For four years, the project collected money to help treat 35 critically ill children.

This event takes place for the third time in Samara. About 200 people took part in the race. Many of them chose the distance of 5 km, and 66 participants decided to cover the longest distance 10 km.

The children were the first to start the race under the guidance of a pink plush kangaroo. In spite the fact that their distance was only 400 meters, the competitive spirit of the young runners was very high.

The volunteers controlled the race at the most busy parts of the race track and put down the numbers of running participants.

The first was a mass-start of the 5 km distance. The race was very dynamic as there were a lot of participants. The organizers appraised the courage and stamina of the sportsmen and awarded them with the golden medals.

As soon as the last participant finished the race to an ovation of her colleagues, the performance of young artists began.

During the awards ceremony the winners got diplomas and gift certificates from the sponsors.

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6.06.2017

SSUSSE Delegation Paid Official Visit to Cosenza (Italy)

On May 24 June 1, 2017, within the terms of the cooperation agreement on the academic mobility program Erasmus +, SSUSSE delegation represented by the rector, doctor of historical sciences, professor, O.D. Mochalov, the head of the International Office, candidate of pedagogic sciences, associate professor, V.V. Bondareva, the dean of the Culture and Art Department, candidate of philological sciences, associate professor, A.G. Gokina, and the candidate of pedagogic sciences, professor of the Music Education Department, M.L. Platonova paid an official visit to Stanislao Giacomantonio Conservatory of Music in Cosenza (Italy).

The Conservatory of Music was founded in Cosenza in 1970. It is placed in the monastery building of the 17th century. The Conservatory also has the Music Centre that is a modern building with a concert hall with 430 seats. More than 1000 students from Italy and the other European countries study at the Conservatory. The Conservatory offers bachelor, specialist, master degree programs, and also postgraduate programs in the following fields of study: singing and music theater (singing, chamber music, piano), keyboard and percussion instruments (organ, piano, percussion), string instruments (harp, guitar, double bass, cello, violin), wind instruments (tuba, clarinet, horn, bassoon, flute, oboe, saxophone, trumpet, trombone), conducting (choral conducting, wind orchestra), composition (wind orchestra, choral music and conducting), music pedagogic education, jazz music, electronic music, music of the early times (Renaissance, Baroque), chamber music.

The Conservatory can boast of 120 professors and masters of the performing art, many of them are the experts invited from the universities of Rome and the other leading music centres. The Stanislao Giacomantonio Conservatory are the partners of the leading European universities. Among the Russian partners of the Stanislao Giacomantonio Conservatory are Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education, Saint Petersburg Conservatory and Saratov Conservatory.

During the visit the members of our delegation met with the head of the conservatory, professor, GiorgioFeroleto, the financial director, doctor, Paola Cordiale, the head of the International Office, professor, Emanuele Cardi, the coordinator of the academic mobility program Erasmus +, professor, Raffaele Longo, teachers and masters of the performing art.

The purpose of the visit was to discuss the prospects for cooperation on the academic mobility program Erasmus +, to plan further development of partnership, to exchange the experience in organizing educational process and international work, to conduct master classes, to take part in practical classes, to become familiar with the foreign approaches to teaching students vocal and choral art.

It should be mentioned that the program Erasmus + has been carried out at SSUSSE Department of Culture and Art together with the foreign partner-university since June 2015. Today, the third year students of SSUSSE Department of Culture and Art, Rosa Tspnetsyan and Aliya Mingaleeva are undertaking a semester internship at Stanislao Giacomantonio Conservatory of Music.

Despite the brief visit, the partners reached the agreements on their further cooperation. Both sides highly appreciated the results of the negotiations and expressed their hope that the discussed plans would be implemented in the next joint projects.

The reciprocal official visits of the Italian colleagues to SSUSSE are expected in June and October 2017.

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5.06.2017

Youth Forum The Motherland Heirs

On June 4, 2017, SSUSSE teachers and students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the Youth Forum The Motherland Heirs organized with the blessing of His Eminence Sergey, Samara metropolitan Nikifor.

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The youth forum was held on Trinity Sunday, one of the most important days for the orthodox Christians. It took place at the foot of Tsarev Kurgan mountain, the most picturesque place of Samara.

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The Forum began with the communal prayer on the Divine Liturgy. There were lots of people up the Tsarev Kurgan that was a visual example of how many citizens of Samara respected and venerated their traditions.

The forum organizers offered the students to demonstrate their talents in sport, and in various creative workshops (sculpture, art, mosaics, etc.).

A great concert with the participation of our students was a very bright and festive final of the youth forum.

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The participants of the youth forum admired the beauty of Samara, enjoyed picturesque rocky landscapes, wonderful views of the Volga River.

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5.06.2017

SSUSSE Students in Sochi Education Centre Sirius

On May 2 24, 2017, SSUSSE students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT undertook an internship in Sochi Education Centre Sirius.

Sirius is a genuinely unique education centre, founded two years ago on the premises of the former Olympic venues in Sochi. Monthly, Sirius welcomes 600 children from different regions of Russia. They are accompanied by more than 100 teachers and coaches, who can improve their skills in the centre. The classes are conducted by leading teachers of sport, physical and mathematical, chemical and biological schools; also by honored people of Russian art (music, classical ballet and fine arts).

During this trip to the Black Sea coast, the students could attend such interesting lectures as Modern Astronomy, Brain: how it works, What do we know about volcanoes?, Mathematics in theoretical and applied chemistry, Cryptography and mathematics. Besides, they went to the match of National Hockey League, watched Russian Football Final Cup, visited Sochi-park, Leonardo Da Vinci and Nikola Tesla museums, and went on the excursions to Sochi Discovery Land Aquarium and Arboretum.

Sirius gives an opportunity to show your potential and improve the level of your proficiency.

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23.05.2017

Josef Dohnal, Associate Professor, Doctor of Philology (SlavisticsInstituteof Masaryk University, Brno (the Czech Republic) Visited SSUSSE

May 2017 witnessed SSUSSE and Slavistics Institute of Masaryk University (Brno, the Czech Republic) concluding an agreement on International Cooperation between the universities. The agreement offered new prospects in the educational work.

On May 15, 2017, O.D. Mochalov, SSUSSE rector, doctor of historical sciences, together with J. Dohnal, associate professor of Slavistics Institute of Masaryk University and of Russian Studies Department of St. Cyril and Methodius University (Slovakia), discussed further prospects of the cooperation.

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During the visit, Josef Dohnal delivered lectures for students (bachelors, master degree students, post-graduates) and teachers on the subject of Russian literature in global culture. Besides, the works by I. Turgenev, L. Tolstoy, A. Chekhov, A. Artsybashev, and I. Shmelev were discussed at the seminar.

The scientific report by J. Dohnal Topical issues of studying Russian literature in Slavistics Institute of Masaryk University (Brno, the Czech Republic) was highly esteemed by SSUSSE teachers of Russian and foreign literature.

SSUSSE Chair of Russian and Foreign Literature was donated books and journals that represented academic interest of scientists of Slavistics Institute, Department of Philosophy of Masaryk University (Brno, the Czech Republic).

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18.05.2017

SSUSSE Student Win All-Russian Contest Victory Ambassadors

The All-Russian Contest Victory Ambassadors annually picks out two hundred of the best volunteers from different regions, who on May 9, act as the co-organizers at the Victory Parade in Moscow and at the Naval Parade in Sevastopol. Traditionally, the most active and empathic volunteers of the regions become Victory Ambassadors.

This year, SSUSSE forth year student of the Department of Natural Science and Geography, Samykina Anastasia, emerged as the winner of the All-Russian Contest Victory Ambassadors and took part in the organization of the Naval Parade in the hero city Sevastopol on May 9.

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The volunteers spent a week in Sevastopol, staying at the Nakhimov Cadet School. There was a diversified educational and training program prepared for the volunteers. Thus, they had an opportunity to speak with the interesting experts as Sinitsyna (was in the hot spots since 2000), Dmitri Linter, Sergey and Angelia Polozovs (public figures, members of the RF government). During the seminars, the volunteers were taught how to plan projects and hold activities; told about the rules of behavior-based safety in a crowd, and a lot of interesting information that could be useful for everyone. Along with the seminars and trainings there were a lot of mass cultural events during the contest days, for example, the campaign St George Ribbon that took place up the Sapun mountain. In the Great Patriotic War years, this mountain was the key defensive position at the approaches to the city. It witnessed many fierce battles against the German troops during the siege of Sevastopol 1941-1942 and the military campaign in the Crimea in 1944.

The volunteers went on many excursions to the cultural and historical sights of Sevastopol: the missile cruiser Moscow, the museum and historical, memorial complex The 35th coastal battery to commemorate the heroic defenders of Sevastopol.

During the contest, the volunteers got acquainted with the interesting and active people, gained a great experience and overwhelming emotions, and could have a conversation with the veterans of the Great Patriotic War.

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18.05.2017

International Zverevs Readings on American Study

The Revolutions and Revolution Discourse in the USA

On May 11 12, 2017, Russian State University of Humanities held International Zverevs Readings on American Study The Revolutions and Revolution Discourse in the USA. More than 60 scientists of American Study from Russian State University of Humanities, Moscow State University, the University of Central Florida, Brigham Young University, and Monmouth College delivered their reports at the conference.

SSUSSE Department of History was represented at the conference by five teachers and the students: the doctor of historical sciences, professor, Sergey Burank, and his students: the candidate of historical sciences, Ya.A. Levin, the masters degree students D.A. Ilyin, Z.I. Mamedov and the student A.V. Sokolova. The performance of rather large Samara delegation at one of the most important Russian Forums on American Study did not go unnoticed by the conference organizers, and it was offered to hold its own conference on American Study in Samara.

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18.05.2017

Field Seminar for Teachers of Geography

The teachers of the Department of Natural Science and Geography conducted a field seminar for teachers of geography and the second year students studying geography and biology. The seminar was organized by Samara division of Russian Geographical Society, and Samara regional division of Russian Association of Geography Teachers. 38 teachers of geography and 22 students took part in the seminar. They visited geologic outcroppings and the quarry of the Tip-Tyav mountain, the shore of the river Sok, and Tsarev Kurgan. In the course of the seminar, the following issues were discussed The research methods of geologic outcroppings and taking geologic and paleontological specimen; The research methods of shore and slope processes. Study of water ecosystems.; The methods of landscape study. Study of weather.

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15.05.2017

The Second International Conference The Quality of Social and Educational Environment of the University: issues, solutions, prospects

On March 23, 2017, SSUSSE hosted the second International Conference The Quality of Social and Educational Environment of the University: issues, solutions, prospects. The conference focused on the discussion of the topical issues concerning quality measurement and improvement of social and educational environment of the university as an essential part of developing basic competences and professional qualifications of the university graduates.

The conference participants were academic staff, students, and members of university departments, student unions, youth associations, and professional communities, who came from different countries Russia (Samara, Orenburg, St Petersburg, Moscow, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, etc.), Kazakhstan (Uralsk), the USA (Washington), and Poland (Bydgoszcz).

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The conference provided the participants with a great opportunity to share with each other their professional experience and achievements in developing a high-quality social and educational environment of the university; to summarize the best approaches in work with students; to recommend implementing the most successful technologies and methods; to expand professional contacts, and to find co-thinkers for future joint projects.

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During the round-table conferences, the following issues were discussed:

1) psychological and pedagogical resources of education environment and their use in developing basic and professional competencies of students;

2) the influence of social and educational environment of the university upon self-determination of students and their skills of self-presentation;

3) the forms of participation of students in public and innovative activities of the region and such influence upon social and educational environment of the university;

4) the role of social and educational environment in realizing students potential at the labour market and in their adaptation to its constant changes;

5) the influence of new technologies upon the quality enhancement of social and educational environment of the university.

The conference was opened by the choir of the Department of Culture and Art who performed SSUSSE anthem.

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The conference participants were welcomed by SSUSSE rector, doctor of historical sciences, Oleg D. Mochalov.

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Stefan T. Kerr, the emeritus professor of the College of Education at the University of Washington; A. Skaliy, the candidate of sciences, associate professor, head of the Institute of Sport and Physical Education at the University of Economy (Bydgoszcz, Poland); L.I. Fishman, the doctor of pedagogic sciences, doctor of economic sciences, professor, head of SSUSSE Department of Management and Service, delivered their reports at the plenary meeting.

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The conference had an unconventional character: there was a Mark of Quality game held between the plenary meetings, it was in the World Caf? form, its purpose was to specify the requirements for the quality of the university education on the part of the Ministry of Education and Science of Samara region, the authorities of Samara education institutions and SSUSSE, SSUSSE students and their parents.

SSUSSE students took an active part in the conference presenting their projects on the quality improvement of social and educational environment of the university.

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Online participants could follow the conference on the Internet, as it was simultaneously broadcast online from three sections. The conference speakers received questions and feedbacks not only from the audience but also from the online participants. The use of the information technologies let cover both the distance and time. All the participants gained the access to the conference video files.

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At the end of the conference, the speakers were awarded with the certificates, and the best reports were recommended for publication in Samara Journal of Science.

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SSUSSE Win the Contest University Press Service 2017 in Nomination University Regional Leader

Press services of 98 universities became the laureates of the IV All-Russian Contest University Press Service and gained an exclusive right to confirm their skills at the regional, federal and international levels within the project MEDIAactivity of the RF universities - 2017.

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More than 400 Russian universities entered the contest.

The procedure of the contest underwent subtle changes when classifying contestants in the nominations. In the previous years, the publishing house did not limit the number of nominations for participants but this year it took the following decision that a participant could stand for one or two nominations. Taking into account the results of the previous contests, some critical remarks were often made to the organizers as a small regional university with a comparatively low number of publications had no chance to be in any nominations. Thus, the contest committee decided to change that situation. The main assessment criteria of work of a university press service are the number of publications, quality (completeness, content, structure, and graphical content), target audience (teaching staff, scientists, students, prospective university students), the percentage of thematic materials from a total number.

The organizing committee of the contest witnessed a progressive improvement of the information content of the universities in comparison with the previous year.

12.05.2017

Traveling across Native Land

On May 10, 2017, SSUSSE students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT together with the students of Samara State Technical University and Samara State University of Culture continued their acquaintance with the picturesque lands of Samara. At this time, they happened to be in Zhigulevsk reserved area: among Zhigulevsk mountains, at the very heart of Samara Luka, the place where the cave Kamennaya Chasha is. There is also a spring of clear mountain water that comes into the Kamennaya Chasha. It is called The Spring of St Nicholas the Wonderworker. When the students travelled a long but incredibly scenic way, they not only enjoyed the nature but also did a cleanup at the territory. During the whole trip, the guys discussed the issues of belief and religion with the head of Youth Affairs Division of Samara eparchy, Gerasim (Vertey), and the priest Aleksey Belyaev.

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The students received vivid impressions of that day. They were amazed by the scenic beauty of the nature of Samara Luka, warmed by tender sunbeams, slight breeze and lovely singing of birds.

They were glad to do something useful for that place, for example, to dispose of garbage out of the territory.

The trip was very informative. When climbing up the mountain, the students were told about a local sculptor and shown some of his works. Besides, they were offered to take part in a quest, all of its tasks and questions were not easy but they managed to give full and detailed answers. Time spent in Zhigulevsk reserve area left every student with favourable impressions. They were sincerely glad to get acquainted with the monk-priest Gerasim (Vertey) and the priest Aleksey Belyaev.

In the end, the students showed their gratitude to the organizers of the trip, who promoted cooperation between the universities on spiritual and moral education of young people.

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10.05.2017

The Ensemble of Bayanists Garmonika at Charity Concerts in Penza Region

In April 2017, SSUSSE students of the Department of Culture and Art was invited by Kuznetsk musical college to put on charity concerts. The ensemble of bayanists Garmonika and the students under the supervision of the professor Alla Katz, took part in the concert. The participants were accommodated in the health improvement camp Nadezhda, there was their first concert given for the camp staff and the children who were having rest there. The head of the camp, V.V. Medvedev, expressed his deep gratitude for help in aesthetic education of the younger generation and popularization of classical music.

The second concert took place in the musical college and was given for the teachers and students of the college. The concert was dedicated to the memory of Vladimir P. Altukhov, a great teacher and musician, whose students over the years continued their education in our university at the Department of Culture and Art. The audience warmly and gratefully welcomed all the concert participants.

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9.05.2017

The 72nd Anniversary of Victory Day in the Great Patriotic War

May 5, 2017 witnessed SSUSSE marking a ceremonial event arranged to coincide with the 72nd anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The event was held at the memorial Stela Pamyati, there were war and labour veterans, home front workers, SSUSSE staff and students at this meeting. The floor to congratulate the veterans was given to the rector of SSUSSE, O.D. Mochalov, the president of SSUSSE, I.V. Vershinin, the chief of veterans council of SSUSSE and the head of Ganyushin Museum of History, N.I. Pavlova, and forth year schoolchildren of the school 35. The students sang war songs and read poems. In the end, everyone laid flowers at the memorial Stella Pamyati.

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2.05.2017

The 5th International Conference Bioecological Regional Study: Global, Russian and Regional Problems

On December 14, 2016, the 5th International Conference Bioecological Regional Study: Global, Russian and Regional Problems was arranged to coincide with the 110th anniversary of the birth of the doctor of biological sciences, professor, L.V. Vorzheva and the 125th anniversary of the birth of the candidate of the pedagogical sciences, associate professor, G.G. Shteher. The conference was initiated and organized by the Department of Biology and Ecology (the head of the department, the candidate of the biological sciences, associate professor, Alexander A. Semenov).

The conference was dedicated to the 110th anniversary of the birth of two outstanding scientists of national biology the doctor of biological sciences, professor Lyudmila V. Vorzheva and the candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor Gennady Shteher.

Lyudmila Vorzheva worked in our university for about 30 years, she established and was the first head of the Department of General Biology, and the Department of Zoology, and then set up and was in charge of biomethod laboratory. She prepared several dozens of candidates and doctors of biological sciences. L. Vorzheva made a significant contribution to the development of Kuibyshev entomological school.

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Gennady G. Shteher was the first head of the Department of Zoology in our university, and one of the organizers of the Institute of Public Education in Ufa, then became the first dean of the Department of Natural Sciences of Bashkir State Pedagogical Institute.

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More than 120 scientists from Russia, the Dominican Republic, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and the Ukraine took part in the conference. More than 80 scientific reports were presented at the conference.

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2.05.2017

International Conference on Archeology

On April 26-28, Saint Petersburg hosted an international conference on archeology. The conference was organized by the Institute for History of Material Culture of Russian Academy of Sciences, the State Hermitage Museum, the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) of Russian Academy of Sciences and Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education. The conference was arranged to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the birth of the prominent Stone Age researcher, V.I. Timofeev. About 60 specialists from Russia and the other countries (Belarus, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Latvia, Norway, Poland, the Ukraine, Finland, Sweden, Estonia) took part in the conference. The issues concerning paleogeography of the Stone Age; chronologies of the Neolithic Age in the Eastern Europe; cultural cooperation in the Circum-Baltic regions, the origin of pottery industry from the Middle Volga region to Jutland were discussed at the conference. Our university was represented by the teachers (Andreev K.M., Vybornov A.A.), the member of the research department (Vasilyeva I.N.) and student (Gilyazov F.F.) of the History Department as a part of the state project of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. The conference proceedings will be published at the earliest date. The participants had an opportunity to go on a specially organized excursion in the Hermitage and Kunstkamera.

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27.04.2017

Opening of the XXII International Festival Films for Children

International festival Films for Children is held by Samara filmmaking union and film studio Volga-Film for the twenty second time, so it highlights a traditional character and significance of the festival among professionals and audience.

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The festival opened on April 17 at 18:00 on the stage of Gorki Theater. It started with some sketch and the actors invited the audience on the board of the ocean liner Films for Children. Such symbolic comparison shows how major and essential in cinema world the festival is. The festival touches the most important values as compassion, love, friendship. The minister of education and science of the Russian Federation, Olga Vasilyeva said The festival gives an opportunity to the young generation of schoolchildren to watch splendid examples of global and national cinema. It is very good that the festival came directly to schools and the best films are used to implement principal education programs.

Irina Kalyagina, the deputy minister of culture of Samara region, mentioned the significance of the festival not only for the region, but also for the country and the world. Kindness, inspiration and childhood do not have political boundaries, - she said. It proves rich international festival program.

2017 was announced the year of Korean Cinema in Russia so the delegates from Korea on the board of the liner was especially valuable.

Pak Ro Beck, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Korea in the Russian Federation, expressed his gratitude to the organizers of the festival that helped not only foster spiritual values but also know about different countries and strengthen international friendship. Together with the Korean delegation, filmmakers from China, Belarus and Azerbaijan took part in the festival.

During the two-hour cruise the audience could get acquainted with the film authors and the festival program, plunge into a wonderful world of animation and perform favourite songs by Isaak and Maxim Dunaevskikh.

And at the end of the festival, it poured with rain of air balloons it was greeted with a great delight. Anyway, what emotions one can expect from the children festival? Only kindness, love and delight!

27.04.2017

About Cinema

On April 17, Dom Kino hosted a press-conference dedicated to the XXII International Festival Films for Children.

The guests of the conference were the delegation from the Republic of Korea headed by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Pak Ro Beck, filmmakers from People's Republic of China, Belarus, and Azerbaijan. Russia was represented by famous documentarians, cartoonists and directors of live-action films. It is worth noting that 2017 was announced as the year of Korean Cinema in Russia thats why the participation of Korean delegates became a very important event for the whole festival. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Pak Ro Beck, delivered a welcoming address, and congratulated the audience on the opening of the XXII Festival and expressed his hope for further cooperation between Russia and Korea in the sphere of film industry.

The conference was lively and interesting as the young journalists took part in it. Who else can so sincerely ask questions but children?

What films should be watched by modern children? Whats the difference between festival and commercial films? Is it difficult to work with children? How to become an actress in a childrens movie? these questions interested children from the press center of young people Yunkor and TV studio Tovarishch.

- No offence to professionals meant but it is more interesting and easier to work with the ordinary children. They act very sincerely, - said the Azerbaijanian director Rafig Aliev.

The president of the festival, Nina Shumkova, told about the peculiarities and achievements of the festival preparations, the XXII Festival Films for Children.

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24.04.2017

SSUSSE Student in the Final of IT-Planeta 2016/17 Contest

During the second preliminary round of the jubilee International Contest IT-Planeta 2016/17, the fourth year student of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT, Stanislav Epifanov, emerged among the winners. Now he is to defend his project Agrarian self-contained device for irrigation of agricultural areas using nonconventional power sources in the final of the contest. It should be noted that this invention received an affirmative expert report for obtaining a patent. The preliminary round also included online contests organized by the following companies: AT Consulting the prime sponsor of the contests, 1C, Cisco, Huawei, InterSystems, Oracle, Linuxcenter, etc. The contests involved case studies, and doing creative works. More than 1000 students and young diploma winners from Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, the Ukraine and Uzbekistan took part in the second round, 370 participants showed the best results and made it to the final. The experts of the contests became the specialists of the companies: 1C-Gandalf, Morizo, TIM3R.ru, LinuxCnter, and also members of the other federal and regional IT companies sponsors of the contests. The finalists will contest at the critical stage International Final that will take place on June 2-5 in Sochi.

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24.04.2017

President of SSUSSE I.V. Vershinin welcomed participants and guests of the VII Interregional Festival of Pedagogical Excellence and Creativity of Pre-school Education Workers

On April 21, 2017, Educational Center "Leader" held the VII Interregional Festival of Pedagogical Excellence and Creativity of Pre-school Education Workers.

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Annually this educational institution receives guests from different parts of Russia and the neighbouring states. This year the Festival was visited by more than 500 participants from Samara, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazakhstan, Tatarstan, Krasnodar, Ryazan, Perm, Saratov, Ulyanovsk. This is a remarkable event in the social and cultural life of Samara.

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Guests and participants of the Festival were warmly welcomed by Igor V. Vershinin , the president of SSUSSE, professor,doctor of sciences,member of the Central Council of the All-Russian Public Organization "All-Russian Pedagogical Assembly", head of the Samara Regional Department of the All-Russian Pedagogical Assembly. Every year he congratulates the young tutors - winners in the nomination "Debut", noting the social significance of their work and creative beginning of their profession. Most of the Festival's diploma winners in this nomination are SSUSSE graduates. This year, one of the debutants of the festival was Shabernev Alexander - instructor in physical education ofthe kindergarten 1 "Romashka" of Krasnyi Yar village. There is no doubt, such festivals unite creative people who are dedicated to their profession.

21.04.2017

140 years of Samara Banner

On April 20, 2017, Samara witnessed a banner being consecrated that later was known to the country as Samara Banner. Samara delegation presented Bulgarian militia men with this holy thing as a token of spiritual support for the Slavs in their liberation struggle with the Ottoman Yoke. The banner was created based on the sketch of a local painter, Nicolay Simakov, and on the initiative of the member of City Duma, Petr Alabin. There is a black cross and the images of Slavic apostles Cyril and Methodius on the one side of the red-white-blue cloth embroidered by nuns of the Iveron Monastery; the icon of Iveron Holy Mother is on the other side. The inscription Samara. To Bulgarian people. 1876. symbolized spiritual solidarity with the Bulgarians from the very beginning of their liberation struggle. For Samaritans Russian and Bulgarian friendship is not just empty words. In 1876 78 Samara troops took part in national liberation struggle of Bulgarian people. At that time Samara Banner revealed itself as a symbol of spiritual solidarity between Russian and Bulgarian people; the Banner went with the soldiers in battles for Stara Zagora, Novo Zagora, Shipka Pass and Sheinovo. It became Banner Hero awarded a Bulgarian decoration For Valour of First Class. Petr Alabin was the first governor of Sofia, and there was erected a memorial for Samara Banner. After the war the Banner was kept in Bulgarian museums, many scientific monographs, postage stamps, medals. Today, Samara Banner is in Sofia, and its copies are kept in Samara War-historical Museum, Iveron Monastery, and Alabin Museum.

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21.04.2017

Lesson at Danone Factory

On March 29, the fourth year students of the Department of Foreign Languages visited the dairy factory Danone and sawfor themselves the production of fermented milk products. They also had the opportunity to expand their vocabulary and broadened their outlook on the theme "The sphere of nutrition in the context of changes". Guyscould see that the high requirements for the process of making milk really work.

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Students became familiar with the history of development of the brand "Danone" and the benefits of the products it produces. The three-hour excursion especially inspired those who had been skeptical about yogurt in their diet before.

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At the end of the excursion a guide gave students 3 sour milk products.

18.04.2017

Delegation from the Republic of Korea Paid Official Visit to SSUSSE

On April 17, 2017, SSUSSE welcomed the delegation from the Republic of Korea Pak Ro Beck, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Korea in the Russian Federation, Cen Jian Jun, the Head of the Education Affairs Office of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Russia.

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The delegates met with the university authorities - the rector, O.D. Mochalov, the president of the university, I.V. Vershinin, the vice-rector for academic research work, A.I. Repinetskiy, the vice-rector for continuing education, career guidance and public affairs, A.B. Shchelkov, and the head of the International Office, V.V. Bondareva. During the visit, both sides conducted negotiations on establishing partnership between SSUSSE and universities of the Republic of Korea in the sphere of education, science, culture and sport. Our foreign guests became familiar with the history of our university and the prospects of its further development. The delegates expressed particular interest in developing cooperation in the sphere of foreign languages, sport, especially martial arts.

At the end of the visit the Ambassador invited the members of SSUSSE to take part in Korean Education Fair that will take place in Moscow.

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18.04.2017

Student Spring Festival 2017

On April 12, 2017, the Pushkin Palace of Culture hosted the final concert of the festival of amateur art students of the Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education - "Student Spring Festival 2017".

The concertprogram was based on the book "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint Exup?ry and was called "Planet B-612".

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The main character a pilot, who met with the plane accident, together with us leafed through the pages of the book beloved fromchildhood, and the best performances created a fairytale atmosphere.

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At the end of the concert, prize winners of the festival were awarded cups and diplomas by the vice-rector for continuing education, career guidance and public affairs, Aleksey B. Shchelkov.

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The winners in the nomination "The Best Concert Program":

I place - Department of Primary Education;

II place - Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT;

III place - Department of Foreign Languages.

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13.04.2017

Cosmonautics Day. Veterans' Forum of Samara Region

On the initiative of veteran organizations, April 12, 2017, saw the Samara Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet hosting a forum of veterans of Samara Region to celebrate the anniversary of the development of the veteran movement. At the forum, our university was represented by the head of SSUSSE history museum, the chairman of the university council of veterans of N.I. Pavlova and the dean of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and IT, board member of the Samara Fund of the Navy Veterans Support, V.N. Aniskin.

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The governor of the Samara region Nikholay Ivanovich Merkushkin took part in the work of the veterans' forum.

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The head of the region awarded badges of honor "In recognition of the development inveterans' movement ", the certificates of honor and acknowledgement to the leaders and active members of the veterans' organizations, alsoincluding members who have already cooperated with our university for several years.Besides, asolemn ceremony took place in the forum, where the cadets, studyingat Samara general educational institutions tookan oath of the young army men.

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The veteran forum ended with a bright performance of the Ensemble of folk singing and dancing of the Russian Military Space Forces.

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13.04.2017

Samara Newspaper Journalists Visited SSUSSE Archeology Museum of Volga region


Samara Newspaper journalists under the museum project visited SSUSSE Archeology Museum of Volga region. The director of the museum, P.F. Kuznetsov, held a special excursion, during it, he told the journalists about the importance of museum in cultural life of Samara. The museum is a peculiar center that attracts those who are interested in the ancient history of thenative land. The museum holds classes for students and excursions for schoolchildren. The exhibits represent the time of the first settlements in the regionand the main stages of the evolution of Stone and Bronze Age. The artifacts of the museum are invaluable and importantto know the remote past. Thus, scientists from all over the world with an amazing regularityvisit the museum for their research work.

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10.04.2017

Secrets of Stalins Bunker Revealed to SSUSSE Students

Stalins Bunker is one of the most interesting sights in Samara. For people of our country this is not only a place of interest but a live history that one should know, study and preserve. It was the main purpose of the excursion organized by the vice-dean for educational work, N.V. Lapteva, for the first year students of the Department of Natural Sciences and Geography.

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Stalins Bunker is the most powerful among the other unmasked bunkers, opened for visitors in 1991. It is 37 meters deep and 12-storied house high. During the excursion the students were told about the construction process of such a grand project, its utility connections and safety system, and also were reminded of the main historical milestones of the Great Patriotic War. Students asked a lot of questions and received full and complete answers. The students were very grateful to the museum guide and promised to come back with their future pupils.

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10.04.2017

X International Festival Cruise ART - EUROPE

The fourth year student of the Department of Natural Sciences and Geography, Tatyana Kuzmina, became a laureate of II degree in the category Pop Vocal (solo) of X International Festival Cruise ART - EUROPE that had the following itinerary Saint Petersburg Helsinki Stockholm from 31 March till 4 April, 2017. The Festival was organized by International Charity Fund Our Future (Russia); Russian Center of Science and Culture in Helsinki (Russia - Finland); Finnish Council of Russian Compatriots (Finland); the Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation.

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Tatyana Kuzmina: Our travelling started in Saint Petersburg, and then all the participants left for northern European country Finland. In its capital, Helsinki, we visited the main sights and took part in the festival in the concert-hall of Vantaa. Then we set off by ferry for Sweden. Swedish capital is often called Northern Venice or City of Bridges. The romance of Sweden in the beginning of spring and awakening of nature gives people inspiration. After unforgettable adventures in Swedish capital the participants came back to Saint Petersburg.

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6.04.2017

Secrets of Swedish Journalism Uncovered

Days of Sweden in Samara became a very bright event for the students of SSUSSE Department of Journalism. On 24 March, Per Allan Olsson, a Swedish international journalist, visited his young colleagues and shared a formula of success with them and also told them about his career, journalism in his country and its professional mission.

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For Per Allan it was not his first visit to Samara. This time the purpose of his visit was to collect materials for his book about Swedish Red Cross work in Samara at the famine time in 20ies, and at the same time to share his journalistic experience with the students. For those years that Olsson has been working in this field there were many events that happened to him. He was in hot spots in Vietnam, took part in Swedish Red Cross mission in Africa, and worked as a musical journalist. Many sleepless nights and a copious amount of materials are under Per Allans belt. For a journalist practice is very important, but in the university academic hours take up much of students time, says Olsson. But nevertheless it is necessary to write as much as possible, work and practise in publishing offices, look for your place and make yourself known as a professional. Being already sixteen years old, the journalist sent his materials to different publishing offices and soon was employed by a local newspaper. He began his career path with the simple articles on birthdays, and anecdote column. The students were very excited to listen about how did things stand in terms of their future profession in Sweden. It appeared that Swedish journalism is in highly comfortable environment as there are laws on liberty of speech and press. Mass Media representatives can call any agency and request necessary information, and no one can refuse to provide them with the information they needed. Thus, the genre of journalistic investigations in Sweden is rather popular and often it helps solve serious cases. So, Olsson told us that once during such investigation an illegal weapons factory was discovered, and it was extremely a headline-making case for the country. Per Allan said that one of the main missions of a journalist was to highlight minor problems. Everybody have elections in America or Eurovision on their minds, but nobody thinks about starving children in Africa, said our foreign guest. His own example proves that journalism can be honorable and altruistic.

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5.04.2017

Delegates of Bydgoszcz University of Economy (Poland) with Official Visit to SSUSSE

On 2 3 April, 2017, as a part of partnership agreement on Erasmus + program the delegates of Bydgoszcz University of Economy (Poland) paid an official visit to SSUSSE. Philip Sikora, chancellor of the university, Jerzy Rutkowski, president of European Cluster in the East and a research scientist of the university, and Alexander Skalii, the head of the Institute of the Physical Culture and Sport of the University of Economy were the members of the delegation. The purpose of the visit was to discuss their partnership results according to the program of double certification and Erasmus +, to plan prospects for further development and exchange of experience in organizing international, academic, scientific research and project activities.

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It should be mentioned that the double certification program has been realized already for two years in SSUSSE department of Physical Education and Sport together with the foreign partner university. Today, 9 students of SSUSSE study in Poland according to this program. Four more students will be enlisted on the first course. At the end of the study the students will get two diplomas state-recognized diplomas in PE awarded by SSUSSE and foreign partner university, it will undoubtedly make the graduates more competitive on the labor market. Despite the brevity of the visit, some agreements were reached on further development of relations, among them is studying Polish and Russian languages and literature, and joint master programs. Both sides highly appreciated the results of their negotiations and expressed hope that all the discussed proposals would be carried out in their next joint projects.

4.04.2017

SSUSSE Students in International Campaign Get Online Week

Get Online Week is an annual international campaign aimed at developing information society by means of education, new opportunities and help for different social categories in Internet use and acquiring ICT knowledge and skills which are so essential today. The campaign is conducted by an independent Association of ICT-centers (Telecentre-Europe) and it has been held in Russia since 2010 by a nonprofit corporation PH International (Project Harmony Inc.) as a part of Microsoft social projects IT for young people and Promoting IT literacy.

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During the campaign the students became familiar with the unique resources - database of useful articles for teachers, parents and students. The website contains information and instructions on financial and digital literacy, security and fraud prevention on the Internet, E-services, online shopping, Internet banking, tourism, etc. There are also resources dedicated to Russia, a guide for future specialists, information on mobile literacy, etc. There is no doubt that these resources will be of great importance for students to organize extracurricular, cultural and career guidance activities.

3.04.2017

Francophonie Festival

Annually, Alliance Fran?aise in Samara organizes Francophonie Festival, and a lot of students from Samara and Samara region take an active part in it.

On 21 March, SSUSSE students of the Department of Foreign Languages became the participants of the festival of Francophonie theatres where they put on a performance of Le Bourgeois gentilhomme by French playwright Molière.

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27.03.2017

Conference on Archeology in Tver

On 21 25 March, the conference on archeology took place in Tver. Specialists from Russia, Belarus, Germany, Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Lithuania took part in it. Archeologists delivered 48 reports and 19 poster presentations on the topic of Stone and Bronze Age in vast areas. At the conference our university was represented by the teachers (Andreev K.M., Vybornov A.A., Korolev A.I.), and postgraduate students (Bashatov V.A., Eresko O.V., Tolpygina I.G.).

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27.03.2017

National Cuisine Festival

22 March saw National Cuisine festival taking place as a part of complex program for international students. Such festivals help to develop friendly relations between students of different nationalities, to become familiar with their traditions, history and national cuisine. The participants cooked not only delicious dishes but also came dressed in national costumes and prepared for dance performances. Students from Turkmenistan told about the festival Novruz and its traditions, and then did a national dance and sang some very beautiful songs.

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24.03.2017

Days of Sweden in Samara

On 21 25 March 2017, Samara held a festival Days of Sweden in Samara organized with the assistance of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Sweden in the Russian Federation. As a part of the festival, SSUSSE organized a number of formal meetings of the university authorities, teachers and students with the representatives of Swedish Embassy in RF, the teachers from Lund University and Red Cross members of Sweden. On 23 March, the gallery Formogramma (Molodogvardeyskaya str., 80) opened an exhibition dedicated to Swedish humanitarian assistance for citizens of Volga region at thefamine time at the beginning of 20ies of the last century. The exhibition features the materials collected at the course of scientific research by the candidate of social sciences and the associate professor of SSUSSE Department of Management and Service, G.G. Tsidenkov.

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On 24 March 2017, SSUSSE held a meeting of Per Allan Olsson, an international journalist, international program coordinator of Swedish Red Cross, with the students and teachers of the Department of Journalism. Per Allan Olsson told the students about his work, the training system of budding journalists in Sweden, shared his professional secrets with the students and gave them some recommendations how to succeed in profession. Future journalists were very excited about the speech of their foreign colleague and asked him a lot of questions and received full and complete answers. Round-table conference Russian and Swedish Relations in 1914 - 1923 also took place in our university. The opening speech was made by Peter Erikson, Ambassador of Sweden in Russia, Stefan Ingvarsson, attach? for cultural relations of Sweden in Russia, O.D. Mochalov, rector of SSUSSE, and I.V. Vershinin, president of SSUSSE. The issues about Russian and Swedish relations at the end of 20ies were discussed in the reports by Christian Gerner, professor of Lund University; Per Allan Olsson, international program coordinator of Swedish Red Cross; G.G. Tsidenkov, associate professor of SSUSSE Department of Management and Service.

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It was a very lively discussion, the audience sincerely thanked our foreign guests for their important mission and help and expressed hope for further humanitarian cooperation between two countries. For more information about Swedish Red Cross Mission in Samara region at the famine time please visit the website http://drugoigorod.ru/swedish-red-cross/

23.03.2017

International Round-table Conference on History of Biological Education

On 20 March 2017, Department of Natural Science and Geography hosted international round-table conference on history of biological education. The issue about reactivating biological education after the period of T.D. Lysenkos monopoly was discussed at the conference. The conference speakers were Hirofumi Saito, doctor of philosophy, research scientist of Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan); and Alexander A. Semenov, candidate of biological sciences, associate professor, the head of Biology and Ecology Department of SSUSSE. Doctor Saito studies the history of Russian science and education. He shows a special interest for a soviet period known as Lysenkoism. Our guest was very interested to know how was reactivating biological education in Russia especially in Samara region after Lysenkos monopoly. The participants shared with each other many interesting facts about classical genetics and its return to the education program for biology in schools and universities of Samara region.

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After the conference Hirofumi Saito visited SSUSSE History Museum. He was very excited to become familiar with its exhibition, to listen to wartime songs, and to perform a very famous song Katyusha together with the others. Our foreign guest expressed his deep gratitude to the rector of the university, O.D. Mochalov, and all the conference participants for his opportunity to visit our university, to communicate with the university teachers and veterans, and to study the issue about reactivating biological education after the period of T.D. Lysenkos monopoly in Samara region.

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The round-table conference was sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Science that gave a grant Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: JSPS for the project A Study on the Recovery Process of Russian Biological Education from Lysenkoism.

22.03.2017

Immortal Regiment Campaign in Samara

On 9 May, 2017 many cities and countries will conduct Immortal Regiment Campaign devoted to the Victory Day. This day unites generations of veterans and their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. War-veterans were in every family and those who cherish the memory of them will come to the Parade with the veterans photos.

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Immortal Regiment let people remember the heroic acts of our people during the wartime. No one should forget about those heroic days, and victory of soldiers. Russian Immortal Regiment supported by the great past enters the future. It commemorates the heroism of our soldiers, restores continuity of generations and returns the feelings of belonging to a family and Russian history.

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On 9 May participants of the campaign will march with the photos of war veterans who will never come to the parade. Our grandparents will live until we remember them. We must keep in mind that a new war begins when a new generation forgets the previous war.

22.03.2017

Associate Professor of SSUSSE Department of Journalism Took Part in I International Forum Media Education in Pedagogics:

Experience and New Approaches

On 16 17 March, in Moscow the first International Forum Media Education in Pedagogics
held a discussion on challenges and opportunities of media education and media information literacy. The Forum was organized by Moscow State Pedagogical University together with Eurasian Association of Pedagogical Universities, Association for Development of Pedagogical Universities and Institutions, and also Association of Media Education Specialists.

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This Media Forum was unique for Russian Federation, members of State Duma, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Communications and Mass Media, Federal Agency for CIS Affairs, Russian Academy of Education, press office chiefs and representatives of education and journalism community took part in the Forum.

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The Forum acquired an international status due to the broad geography of the participants who came from Russia, Germany, Poland, Kyrgyzstan, the Czech Republic, Kazakhstan, and Belarus. Russian media teachers, representatives of universities and ministries of education from Moscow, Arkhangelsk, Pskov, Lipetsk, Saint Petersburg, Samara, Ylyanovsk, Saratov and other cities together with their foreign colleagues discussed topical issues of media education.

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Associate Professor of SSUSSE Department of Journalism, candidate of philology, Tatyana A. Paramonova became a participant of the Media Forum. Her professional interest is media education and project technologies in journalism. Being the author of the articles on media education issues, Tatyana received an invitation to the Forum and prepared a report Media Education Project as an instrument of professional journalistic education which was published in the collection of articles Topical theoretical and practical Issues of Media Education in Pedagogics.

12.03.2017

Josef Dohnal, Doctor of Philology, teacher of Slavistics Institute of Masaryk University, Brno (the Czech Republic) Visits SSUSSE

On 15 20 May 2017, SSUSSE Department of Philology will hold a course of lectures for Masters degree students of the academic program Russian Literature in the World Culture by doctor of Philology, Josef Dohnal, teacher of Slavistics Institute of Masaryk University, Brno (the Czech Republic), teacher of Russian Studies Department of Cyril and Methodius University, Trnava (Slovakia).

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It should be noted that the visit of Josef Dohnal will be the second one to Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education.

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On 16 May 2016, Prof. Dohnal delivered two public lectures: Russian Literature at the end of the XIX century and the beginning of the XX century from philosophical point of view, Anthropocentrism and its Impulses for Literature and Literature Studies, and gave some seminars for students and masters degree students of the Philology Department.


06.03.2017

Professor Emeritus of Archeology and Ancient History of the Lund University (Sweden), archeologist Lars Larsson Visits SSUSSE

On 2 -5 March 2017, Professor Emeritus of Archeology and Ancient History of the Lund University (Sweden), archeologist Lars Larsson paid an official visit to SSUSSE that coincided with the Days of Sweden in Samara. During the visit, L. Larsson met with SSUSSE president I. Vershinin, and expressed his wish to collaborate with our university and especially with the Department of History. Our Swedish colleague believes that it will be a mutually beneficial cooperation for both universities.

During the visit, Prof. Larsson delivered lectures on Mesolithic and Neolithic periods in Scandinavia, excavations of a burial ground in the Baltic States for teachers, masters degree students, post-graduate students and students of the History Department. The lectures sparked a keen interest of the audience, and the lecturer was asked many questions.

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Our archeological finds were shown to our Swedish guest. He was very interested in our Elshanskaya culture that is similar with the Ertebolle culture in the Southern Scandinavia.
Prof. Larsson visited Alabin Museum of History, Stalins Bunker, Museum of Archeology, Space Museum, and A. Kurlina House Museum that housed Swedish Embassy in wartime. At the end of the visit L. Larsson thanked everyone for a warm welcome. In our turn, SSUSSE expressed its gratitude to the Embassy of Sweden in Russia and personally to doctor of historical sciences, professor Vybornov A.A. for organizing a visit of L. Larsson to Samara.

27.02.2017

Traditional Armenian Festival Terendez Symbol of Eternal Love at SSUSSE

On February 15, SSUSSE held a traditional Armenian festival Terendez Symbol of Eternal Love. The festival was arranged by the regional National and Cultural Autonomy Nairi, Armenian Mutual Aid Society, Armenian Youth Association, the Department of Philosophy and History, students of Culture and Art Department.

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The guests of the festival tasted traditional Armenian cuisine (pastry, juices, dried fruit, nuts, etc.), became familiar with their folk songs and dances, and watched a reconstructed piece of Armenian wedding. The participants of the festival had a chance to master some elements of the Armenian wedding and an ethnic dance Kochari. The guests of the festival could also see the exhibition of objects of Armenian decorative and applied art: pottery, carpets, and works of weaving. All the participants of the festival were presented with tarosiki wedding souvenirs brought from Armenia.

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27.02.2017
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Lars Larsson, Swedish Professor Emeritus of Archeology and Ancient History Visits SSUSSE

On 2 5 March 2017, Professor Emeritus of Archeology and Ancient History of the Lund University (Sweden), archeologist Lars Larsson will pay an official visit to SSUSSE. During his visit, Lars Larsson will meet with the head of the university and deliver lectures for students, post-graduate students and teachers of the History Department.

Professor Larsson is doing a research on the earliest settlements in Scandinavia during the deglaciation. His research interest is aimed at the inland and coastal settlements during the Mesolithic period (10 000-6 000 BC). Prof. Larsson was the leader of the excavations of a large, 4000 years old passage grave in the southern Portugal. In his research, he also studied the South Africa settlements existed 85000 years ago.

L. Larsson is the author of a book, 77 joint monographs, and 79 articles; is a member of the Royal Academy of Sciences and the Royal Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities, a member of the Executive Committee and the Permanent Committee of the International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences (UISPP).


20.02.2017

Study Placement in Kainan University, Taoyuan

In January 2017, Tyurina Olga, an assistant of the Department of English Language and Methods of Language Teaching undertook a study placement in Kainan University in Taoyuan, Taiwan.

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It was held for teachers of Chinese and for those who just recently started studying the Chinese language. Education program included lectures on lexicology, Chinese phonetics and grammar, calligraphy and Taiwanese culture. The participants also had an opportunity to visit the most famous sights of the northern part of the island.

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Olga says that this trip was a great chance not only to improve knowledge of Chinese and become familiar with the way of living in Taiwan, but also to see how the universities work and exchange teaching experience with the colleagues.


12.02.2017

The 9th World Conference on Education Sciences in France (WCES-2017)

The conference is annually held in one of the famous European universities, its organizing committee consisted of leading education specialists from Spain, France, Turkey, USA, Cypress, Great Britain, and other countries. The conference focused on the issues of conducting basic and applied scientific researches oriented at the topical questions of education and culture development; implementation of new educational technologies. At the present moment, seven peer-reviewed journals (British Journal of Educational Technology, Educational Technology Research and Development, Perspectives in Education etc.) included in the international data base Scopus, are the official partners of the conference. Three hundred thirteen reports were picked out for the conference (http://www.globalcenter.info/wces/). Our city was represented by the head of English Philology and Intercultural Communication Department, the dean, Elena Yu. Makeeva together with her co-authors from Samara State Technical University. Their joint reports (New approaches to university curriculum design in Russia and Teaching Humanities and Social Sciences: from Traditional Approach to Blended Learning) were devoted to topical issues of implementing competency-based approach and issues of blending and e-learning. There is no doubt that participation in such conferences help reject a common stereotype about education in Russia; open new prospects for international cooperation and publications; and popularize Russian universities abroad.



08.02.2017

Online Conference with the Serbian Doctor of Literature Sciences

January 12, 2017 saw SSUSSE organizing an online conference with the Serbian doctor of literature sciences Mara Knezhevich. The conference focused on studying Russian literature in Serbian schools.

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It was interesting to know that in Serbia the subject of Russian literature was included in the education programs starting from the primary school. In primary school, Serbian schoolchildren study the works by L.N. Tolstoy, A.S. Pushkin, M. Gorky; as for the secondary school, they read Crime and Punishment, War and Peace, Anna Karenina, And Quiet Flows the Don, The brothers Karamazov. Literary works presented in the educational programs guarantee that children and young people will become familiar with the literature of folks the author belongs to, will understand and make right interpretation of books, says Mara Knezhevich. Our students had an opportunity to listen to literature analyses of some books.

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Thus, the online conference raised the issues about studying literary works by Russian classical authors according to the education programs in Serbia.


07.02.2017

Travelling around Our Small Motherland

On 3 February 2017, SSUSSE students made a cultural and educational journey across our small motherland. The students got a very good opportunity to become familiar with the holy places of Samara region. During the journey, they visited the Church of Blessed Trinity in Utevka village of Neftegorsk region. The temple was built in 1892, and painted by an iconographer and a unique person Grigori Zhuravlyov (1858 - 1916).

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The Church of the Intercession of Blessed Virgin in Pokrovka village left a special impression on the students, especially due to its peculiar architectural design, and abundance of light. The construction of the church was from 1906 to 1914. After the delicious dinner in the monastery canteen of St Nicolai Church, the students could try on the role of bell ringers in the bell-tower of the Church in Krasnosamarskoe village. The church was built in 1908 1916.

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Everyone was very impressed by the wide spread of Samara region.


23.01.2017

Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education Won Grant of European Commission (Bydgoszcz, Poland)

On the international consortium of universities, Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education together with the Institute of Physical Education and Sport of University of Economy (Bydgoszcz, Poland) won the other grant of European Commission within the program of academic mobility Erasmus+.

According to the program, students of PE and Sport Department have an opportunity to do a semester course in Polish university-partner; our and teachers can share their experience with their foreign colleagues and teach master classes for Polish students.

Within the academic mobility program, Polish students in their turn can study at SSUSSE, and leading Polish teachers will hold master classes for our students.

It should be mentioned that this joint education project with the Polish university-partner is not the first one.

The program gives our students a unique opportunity to know better foreign training and education system in the PE and sport sphere and to get invaluable international experience. Having signed the partnership agreement in June 2014, SSUSSE students frequently went for winter mountain skiing; and took part in Summer watersports schools in the Institute of Physical education and Sport (Bydgoszcz). Besides, a joint double certification project (Physical education) was launched in July 2015. Today, nine students of SSUSSE study within this program.


23.01.2017

Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education Won Grant of European Commission (Cosenza, Italy)

On the international consortium of universities, Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education together with State Conservatory of Music S. Giacomantonio (Cosenza, Italy) won a grant of European Commission within the program of academic mobility Erasmus+.

According to the program, students of Art and Culture Department (Music Education) have an opportunity to do a 9-month course in Italian university-partner; teachers can share their experience with their foreign colleagues and teach master classes for Italian students who study in the conservatory.

Within the academic mobility program, Italian students in their turn can study at SSUSSE, and leading Italian teachers will hold master classes for our students.

The program gives the students a unique opportunity to know better Italian music culture and to get invaluable international experience.


23.12.2016

The Second Online Conference from Poland for SSUSSE Students

On 1 December, SSUSSE hosted the second online conference with Agatha Pyasetskaya, candidate of Philological Sciences, deputy head of the Institute of Russian Language in the University of Lodz. The conference was organized by the teachers of the Chair of Russian Language and Culture of Speech, O.I. Kalnova and E.P. Ivanyan.

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It should be noted that Agatha Pyasetskaya takes part in scientific conferences around the globe. The main field of her interest is studying the Russian language. Agatha Pyasetskaya studies zoomorphic phraseology in a comparative aspect (using materials of Russian and Polish) and is the author of the phraseology dictionary.

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In the beginning, Agatha Pyasetskaya expressed her appreciation for all the conference participants: I hope that you will be interested to hear about phraseological units and how we study it at the classes of Russian. The researcher provided curious equivalents of Russian phraseological units in Polish. Besides, A. Pyasetskaya told the participants about the difficulties Polish students found when translating phraseological units in Russian. Her report was vivid, full of examples. The students were very excited to listen to her, they wrote down interesting examples and actively asked questions.

At the end of the conference, O.I. Kalnova, the head of the chair thanked Agatha Pyasetskaya for the lecture and wished her merry Christmas.

08.12.2016

Collaboration of Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education with the Imperial Palestinian Orthodox Community

On 5 December, under the agreement between SSUSSE and Imperial Palestinian Orthodox Community, the worlds only double-sided myrrh-streaming icon The Mother of God of Tender Feeling (Lokotskaya) was brought to the academic building 6. Yuri I. Shishkov, an assistant of the acting bishop of Zheleznogorsk and Lviv eparchy of Kursk archeparchy delivered a public lecture History of Finding of the Icon the Mother of God Tender Feeling (Lokotskaya). The lecture was attended by the students of the Department of Philology and History, teachers, university staff and city-folk.

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The lecturer considered important problems of todays family education, morality and patriotism among young people. Besides, he touched on the issues of worldview choice, history of Russia, development of Russian literature and history of Russian language, community service of Russian Orthodox Church. Students heard extracts from the Bible, the Testament, and Life of Seraphim Sarovskiy. Today the Icon is in Iveron Monastery of Samara.
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07.12.2016

Air and Space Museum

On 5 December 2016, the first and the fourth year students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT visited Air and Space Museum of S.P. Korolev Samara National Research University.

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The students got an opportunity to know about the history of Russian aviation and space exploration, to see items, devices and models of aviation and rocket and space equipment, a big number of photos and documents, and even landing modules of spaceships, rocket and aircraft engines, aircraft weapon, an astronaut space suit, capsule of fighter plane SU-9, compensating suit and models of the first airplanes. Besides, space feeding aroused much interest of the students. Most of all, the students could watch a video about life and work of cosmonauts in the International Space Station. Museum guides greatly emphasized current potential and very rich history of Samara aerospace complex as a unique aviation and missile space centre of Russia.
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07.12.2016

International Roundtable Conference at the Department of Foreign Languages

On 6 December 2016, an international roundtable conference on the issues of global competence took place at the Department of Foreign Languages. The roundtable conference was held by Tim Hercules, the doctor of Law, professor of the Saint-Louis University (USA). Professor Hercules delivered a presentation Global competence real mobile application. Then came a discussion. Students and teachers listened to his presentation with profound interest; they actively asked questions and expressed their points of view concerning the discussed issues.

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07.12.2016

International Conference Early Stage Assistance in Focus of the Interdepartmental Interaction: Experience of Russia and France

On 28-29 November 2016, the international conference Early Stage Assistance in Focus of the Interdepartmental Interaction: Experience of Russia and France took place in Moscow. E.M. Savitskaya, professor of Pedagogics and Psychology Chair, Department of Psychology and Special Education, took part in the conference.

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The conference focused on the issues about the improvement of the interdepartmental interaction concerning the assistance for infants with the developmental disorders and their families using the best European practices.

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Elena M. Savitskaya described the experience of our university specialists relating to the rendering of medical, psychological and social services to prevent social abandonment of newborn children with the congenital anomalies; the organization of the early stage assistance for families with disabled children.


05.12.2016

Italy Country of Football!

On 17 November, 2016 students and teachers of the Department of Foreign Languages and Physical Education and Sport met with the Italian football players of the football team Krylia Sovetov Gianni Bruno and Cristian Pasquato. Our guests were very glad to visit SSUSSE when they heard that students in our university studied Italian.

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Gianni Bruno and Cristian Pasquato told us about their football life, life in Samara and answered all the questions asked by the students and teachers. When asked about the forthcoming World Football Championship, Cristian said, Russian team should draw out a lesson from the previous European Football Championship if they want to achieve top results. Gianni added that he would cheer for Italy and Russia at the forthcoming World Championship and he would be extremely glad in case of a clash between Italy and Russia. Besides, the Italian football players compared three football championships they had played for: League 1, Serie A and Premier League. Gianni who played for League 1 and Premier League said that those two championships were rather similar as both of them paid much attention to power fight thats why he could easily adapt in Russia. Christian who played only for Italian team, said that championships in Russia and Italy differed greatly. In Italy football players pay much attention to tactical training where everyone should strictly perform their duties. Italian football players liked our summer in Samara very much. They spend their free time together as they made friends during their time in Samara. At the end of the meeting everyone could take a picture with Gianni and Cristian.

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05.12.2016

Volunteers of the Department of Psychology and Special Education at the Festival Along with Stars for disabled people

December 2, 2016 witnessed the festival Along with Stars devoted to the International Day of Disabled People. This festival became a tradition; its conception is performance of disabled people together with the professionals. Volunteers of the Department of Psychology and Special Education are regular participants of this socially important event.

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Gala-concert finished with the flashmob in support for people with disabilities. There is no doubt such events allow to form professional competence of future speech therapists, and the main thing is that they help to communicate with children and adults with special needs.
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02.12.2016

Karl the Great: Unique Exhibition

Samara Museum of Art opened an exhibition of State Russian Museum collection the first large retrospective exhibition of a famous Russian painter Karl P. Bryullov (1799 1852) called Karl the Great by the contemporaries. Students of Primary Education Department (bachelor degree course) could not miss out that significant event in the cultural life of our city.

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The students had a chance to see not only the worldwide famous works of the artist but also the sketches for his future works. The pictures allowed them to see his art in process. The exposition covers almost all the periods of creative evolution of the artist and shows his genre diversity; historical paintings, portraits, monumental paintings. The major work by Karl Bryullov is The Last Day of Pompeii. There also one could see his self-portrait painted by Bryullov for the Florentine Uffizi Gallery. Love of Karl Bryullov to picturesque nature of Italy was reflected in the picture Girl Gathering Grapes in the Vicinity of Naples. Portrait genre holds a special place among his works. The exposition also includes chamber portraits and portrait-picture, for instance, Portrait of Alexander Bryullov (1823 - 1828), brother of the artist.

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02.12.2016

Student Debut 2016

Gala concert of the artwork festival Student Debut 2016 by the first year students opened on November 29. Around 15 artistic spots were taken for the event. For two weeks students were actively getting ready for the performance on the big stage. The concert program was very eventful.

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At the end of the concert program Natalia N. Kislova, SSUSSE vice-rector of learning support and quality of education, awarded all the participants with the diplomas.

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The winners in the nomination The Best Concert Program were

1. Department of Psychology and Department of History.

2. Department of mathematics, Physics and IT.

3. Department of Philology and Department of Primary Education.

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SSUSSE expresses its gratitude to the directors, stage managers, stage designers, scriptwriters, cameramen, audience and the participants of the festival Student Debut 2016!

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02.12.2016

SSUSSE Students at World AIDS Day Campaign

Samara saw a World AIDS Day Campaign taking place on December 1. This campaign was launched in order to attract attention of people to the HIV-infection prevention and to develop tolerance towards people affected by HIV.

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The international symbol of this day is a red ribbon. This strip of red fabric is a sign of belonging to the global problem, a symbol of solidarity with those who live with AIDS.

During the campaign, SSUSSE students-volunteers handed out leaflets to passers-by; the leaflets contained the addresses of the AIDS-centers of Samara region where one can undergo a free anonymous HIV test. This campaign is very important nowadays as the total number of HIV positives in Russia by the middle of 2016 made up 1 062 476 people. Experts think that approximately 500 000 800 000 people even do not suspect that they are infected and belong to the risk group because they have never been tested for AIDS.

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01.12.2016

Taking Part in the International Project on Research of Global Temperature Changesof the World Ocean

in August, 2016, Institute of Marine Research of National Sun Yat-Sen University (Taiwan) invited K. S. Tkachenko, a member of Frolov Museum of Zoology to take part in the International Project on Research of Global Temperature Changes of the World Ocean in the coral communities of the Donga (the Pratas) atoll in the South China Sea. Interesting data were obtained concerning the dependence of quantity and species composition of reef-building corals on internal gravity waves and temperature anomaly of surface water.

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27.11.2016

Plenary Meeting of the Global Russian Peoples Convocationof SSUSSE Students

On November 27, 2016 SSUSSE students of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT took part in the plenary meeting of Samara regional division of the Global Russian Peoples Convocation on the topic Russia and West: answers to the civilizational challenges.

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Before the meeting, the Temple of Holy Cyril and Maria of Radonezh of Samara seminary hosted a divine liturgy where our students and teachers prayed together with the priesthood and congregation.

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At the end of the liturgy His Eminence Sergey addressed to the participants of the religious service with the prelacy word, he emphasize the necessity to be kind and merciful, to have love for your neighbors, to express compassion to the afflicted.

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Taking part in this historical event left a mark in the memory of our students, made them ponder over matters concerning moral choice, patriotism, faith, national self-identity.


24.11.2016

SSUSSE Student at Russian National Awards Ceremony Student-2016

Lashkina Elena, a SSUSSE third year student of the Department of Natural Science and Geography took part in Russian National Awards Ceremony Student-2016 that took place in Stavropol on November 14 18, 2016.

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Lashkina Elena represented our city and our university in Grand Prix nomination Student of the Year of Educational Establishments of Higher Education. It included a self-presentation, game management and public speaking. Participants were very excited, everyone wished to show their talent and creativity.

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Besides, they also attended different master classes given by the association of the coaches of student youth of Russian Union of Youth.

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Elena said: These four days of the ceremony gave me anenergy boost for further achievements and winning. I gained new experience and had a chance to meet with talented people from all over Russia. I understood that we were unique in our own way, we had a common aim to make our country and our region better! I think that it is a great opportunity when you feel a part of the large family of the most talented students! All of us are bright real active and ambitious youth! It is we who will improve our future!

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24.11.2016

International Conference on Education in London

London International Conference on Education (LICE-2016) traditionally gathered leading scientists from all over the world last week. Samara (to be more precise, all Russia) was represented by Elena Yu. Makeeva, the head of Chair of English Philology and Intercultural Communication, candidate of philological sciences, associate professor; and Yulia V. Lopukhova, professor of the Chair of Linguistics, Intercultural Communication and Russian as a foreign language of Samara State Technical University.

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The conference organized by the scientific community of researchers from Great Britain and Ireland Infonomics Society united scientists and teachers from the USA, Canada, Australia, Great Britain, Ireland, Republic of South Africa, Mexico, Turkey, China, North Korea, Nigeria, Botswana, Finland, Pakistan, Lebanon, etc.

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Our colleagues reports (Reimagining Higher Education in Russia: Time of Shared Online Learning) was one of 116 from 2646 reports selected for the conference. The report considered issues concerning modernizing of higher education in Russia and aspects of implementation of e-learning: various types of online courses. It should be noted that during the discussion the aspects considered in the report occurred to be innovative, efficient, rather topical for the universities in many countries, and brand-new to some other countries. In their turn, our colleagues learned a lot of new and useful information, made new scientific contacts. They made certain that even in todays troubled political circumstances teachers and researchers solved the same problems and were ready for partnership regardless of a subject, nation, skin colour, sanctions and distance between the states.

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Extended versions of the reports by conference participants will be published in peer-revieved journals indexed in the international databases.

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1.11.2016

SSUSSE Students at All-Russian Seminar Stipkom - 2016

On October 21 23, 2016 Moscow witnessed All-Russian school seminar Stipkom - 2016 taking part. All-Russian school-seminar has been organized since 2013, by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation with the assistance of Tula State University and all-Russian Trade union of Education. Its main aim is to increase the competency level of the scholarship committee members.

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More than 300 scholarship committee members take part in the school-seminar; they are students from 64 regions of Russia, among them were SSUSSE students: Nechaev Maxim (Department of Mathematics, Physics and IT) and Bogdanova Julia (Department of Primary Education). The participants were invited to the seminar Stipkom - 2016 after a careful selection and tests of their theoretical knowledge concerning the laws of scholarship support of universities. At Stipkom - 2016 the participants met with the experts in the sphere of scholarship support: Eugene Zak, advisor of youth policy of Ministry of Education and Science, Denis Gizatulin, principal advisor of RF State Duma Committee for Education, Nikita Dubikov and Oksana Tkadnets, members of the Department of State Policy in the sphere of higher education.

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Maxim Nechaev: There is no doubt that the question of scholarship is one of the most burning, as a scholarship should not only support an adequate standard of living of students but also should stimulate studying of educational programs by students in higher education institutes. We analyzed such kinds of scholarships as social, state, academic, presidential and governmental.

Following the results of the educational program Maxim and Julia were awarded with silver Stipkom badges, it shows the high level of knowledge and experience.

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8.11.2016

SSUSSE Teachers at the Ural Archeological Conference

Udmurt University in Izhevsk hosted a regular Ural Archeological Conference. Scientists from Chelyabinsk, Ekaterinburg, Tyumen, Perm, Syktyvkar, Ufa, Nizhniy Tagil, Kazan, Yoshkar Ola, Saratov and Moscow took part in the conference. At the conference SSUSSE teachers Andreev K.M., Vybornov A.A., Korolev A.I. and a postgraduate student Eresko O.V. delivered their reports on the theme Cultural Processes in Ural Neolith. The conference results were reflected in the conference information package. The next Ural and Volga archeological conferences will take place in Samara State Universiy of Social Sciences and Education in 2018.

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9.11.2016

The 2nd All-Russian Geography Teachers Convention

The second All-Russian Geography Teachers Conference took place on November 2 3, 2016 in the Lomonosov building of Moscow State University. Delegates from all constituent units of the Russian Federation took part in the convention, namely teachers of geography, teachers of higher schools, members of regional divisions of Russian Geography Society and Russian Association of Geography Teachers.

Samara region was represented by the members of Samara geographical society I. V. Kazantsev, SSUSSE dean of Natural Science and Geography Department; L.V. Pivovarova, the head of geography teachers association of Samara region, geography teacher of the school 41 Garmonia; A.A. Pahomov, the head of the community of young teachers in Kinel, geography teacher of the school 2.

The main theme of the convention was to discuss development concepts of geographical education in Russia.

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On November 3, the closing ceremony in the presidium witnessed Sergey Shoygu, the Minister of Defense, the president of Russian geographical Society; O. Yu. Vasilyeva, the Minister of Education and Science; N.S. Kasimov, the first Vice President of Russian geographical Society, the president of MSU Department of Geography; V.A. Sadovnichiy, rector of Moscow State University.

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The Minister of Defense S.K. Shoygu noted the role of Russian Geographical Society in popularization of geography among young people.

The Minister of Education and Science O. Yu. Vasilyeva emphasized the role of geography in formation of personality and civil identity.

At the end of the convention, the discussed development concepts of geographical education in RF were adopted.

9.11.2016

A.A. Vybornov at International Conference in Slovenia

November 4 5 witnessed a regular international conference taking place in Ljubljana (Slovenia). The conference initiated by professor M. Budya was devoted to radiocarbon chronology of the Neolithic cultures of Eurasia. Scientists from Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, China, Poland, Russia, France, Romania and Croatia took part in the conference. As part of the government task of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, our university was represented by A.A. Vybornov, professor of the chair of national history and archeology. Summarizing the results of the conference an information package will be published.

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14.11.2016

Remembrance Parade 2016

November 7, 2016 saw SSUSSE students taking part in the Remembrance Parade to mark the 75th anniversary of staging a military Parade on November 7, 1941 and awarding the status for Samara as The City of Labour and Battle Glory.

75 years ago, nothing could halt solemn marches at the square. Despite snowstorm, cold and unpleasant weather the parade took place this year. More than 30 000 people took place in the parade. Following a tradition, before the parade had started public authorities and military men laid flowers to the memorial sign In Remembrance of Parade 1941.

Alexander Protchenko, major general in the reserve was in the command of the Remembrance Parade.

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The first who marched along the square was parade squad uniformed and armed with the guns of Great Patriotic War time. They were followed by the reconstructed machines used in real fights. The next who marched were squads of the active army, security agencies, veteran and patriot public association and educational establishments. Combined military orchestra of Samara garrison went the last in the march.

Then one could see Heroic Regiment with the portraits of Heroes of the Soviet Union and Russia, Heroes of Social Labour, and Full Cavaliers of the Order of Labour Glory. The Regiment was saluted by the Peoples Artist of the USSR, Vasyli Lanovoy who preferred Samara Parade to Moscow one. For the first time champions of the Olympic Games, European champions, world champions who make our country famous. Meanwhile, plains Yak-52, Po-2 and helicopter Mi-2 flew over the square. The Parade was culminated with the mass demonstration.

14.11.2016

II All-Russian Scientific Forum Science of the Future Science of Young People

Kazan welcomed the second All-Russian scientific forum Science of the Future Science of Young People organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. World leading scientists are of the opinion that the forum Science of the Future is the most dramatic scientific event of this year in Russia. More than 1300 people took part in the forum; among them are more than one hundred of native and foreign distinguished scientists from 42 countries. Alexander Kabanov, professor, a co-chairman of the Program committee of the Conference said Science of the Future is a unique conference. I know no other conference with such a program that in details presents practically all the sciences. During the second All-Russian Scientific Forum Science of the Future Science of Young People all the participants were involved in fascinating work at the campus of Kazan Federal University.

 

338 students reached the final of the All-Russian competition of students research works. Among them was Anna Ionova, a fourth year SSUSSE student of Natural Science and Geography Department who represented our university in the section Geosciences, Ecology and Rational Nature Management.

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Forum and Conference Science of the Future let demonstrate a great number of considerable scientific achievements of Russian laboratories; exchange advanced scientific experience; discuss topical questions of national and world science, and prospects for the development of international cooperation. The competition of students works showed a high level of research and development projects carried out by the students.

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Prompt support given to the winners of the competition and enlisting them to work in the leading native laboratories can provide our native science with the new brilliant leaders. Such forums and conferences will be regularly held as they are an important factor in science development in Russia.

16.11.2016

The Head of Chair of Economics delivered a course of lectures to students in Czech Republic

On October 24 28, M.Yu. Ivanov, the head of SSUSSE Chair of Economics, doctor of economics delivered a course of lectures Technology of Business-Plan Development to the students of Tomas Bata University in Zlin (Czech Republic). Classes were in the Czech language, as the lector has a good command of the language like a native speaker. This fact proves proficiency of SSUSSE teachers and their competitive abilities in the global market of educational services.

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25.10.2016

Choice Preference for Italian

On October 6, 2016, the Department of Foreign Languages gave a presentation We choose Italian. The presentation was made by students under the guidance of Olga V. Nenasheva, the dean of Roman Philology chair, and Carmelo Cascone, teaching assistant of Foreign Languages chair.

Students who study Italian told about the history and culture of Italy. They acquainted their groupmates with classical and modern Italian music, painting, literature and the best works of film art.

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The students made an excursion to the ancient Rome with its great monuments and then showed some pictures of todays Rome.

All the participants had a good opportunity to enjoy splendid music from opera arias to songs by Adriano Celentano, Alexander Amoroso and group Vanilla Sky.

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The students could perfectly pick and put together the shots taken from such La Scala performances as The Barber of Seville, Nessun dorma, Rigoletto sung by the best Italian opera singers.

During the presentation, one could listen to the history of Italian fashion and famous brands, play an interactive game: where one guessed from a logotype what brand was shown.

Most of the participants wished to visit Italy.

28.10.2016

Poetic Performance with Charles Pennequin (France)

On October 20, 2016 students of Foreign Languages Department, who study French, had a chance to meet with an extraordinary person, a French poet Charles Pennequin, famous for his performances.

He is sure that poetry belongs to everyone: it should be seen, heard, felt, called out at every crossroad, written down on walls of buildings.

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Charles Pennequin reads his poems for TV channel Canal + and ARTE, on Internet-radio and posts his podcasts on the site France Culture.

The poet came to Samara during his tour in Russia; he will also visit Tolyatti, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Saratov and Nizhniy Novgorod. The meeting with the poet was organized at the festival French Autumn. Charles Pennequin presented his poems to the students of Foreign Languages Department. Every poem was like a dazzling mini spectacle. The audience broke into tumultuous applause. During the further discussion the poet answered students numerous questions and then thanked them for such a warm welcome.



31.10.2016

Participation in All-Russian Conference Marine Biological Research: Achievements and Prospects

The head of the Frolov Zoology Museum division of invertebrate animals, candidate of biological sciences, K. S. Tkachenko took part in the All-Russian Conference with international engagement Marine Biological Research: Achievements and Prospects timed to coincide with 145th anniversary of Sevastopol biological station.

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The conference took place in the Federal State Institution of Science A.O. Kovalevskiy Institute of Marine Biological Researches in Sevastopol. K. S. Tkachenko delivered a report Coral communities of the Nha Trang bay (Vietnam): past, present and future. The report was based on the results of the expedition to the Nha Trang bay (Vietnam) since 2014 to 2016.

31.10.2016

Participation of the Professor of the Faculty of History at the international conference of the European Association of Archaeologists