Advanced Education

"Advanced Education" is a peer-reviewed open access journal

Year of establishment: 2013

Scientific areas: psychological, pedagogical, methodological issues of higher education: foreign/second language teaching methodology, foreign language for specific and academic purposes, teaching translation, testing, evaluation and assessment in foreign language teaching (FLT), dual and multilingual education, information and communication technology (ICT) in foreign language teaching and learning, applied linguistics, psychological issues in foreign language teaching and learning, foreign language teacher training and education, content and language integrated learning (CLIL); STEAM; current and emerging trends in higher education and adult learning

ISSN 2410-8286 (Online), ISSN 2409-3351 (Print)

Certificate of state registration: № 20038-9838P HF

Indexed in: ESCI (Web of Science), Index Copernicus, DOAJ, CrossRef, WorldCat, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, SprintKnowledge, Google Scholar, BASE, OAJI.

Frequency: semi anually

Language of publication: English

Founder: National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute"

Editor in Chief: prof. Nataliia Saienko

Editorial address:

37, Peremohy Avenue, Office 727, Building 7,

Kyiv 03056 Ukraine

e-mail: ae.fl.kpi@gmail.com

tel.: +38 044 204 85 37

Website: http://ae.fl.kpi.ua

 

 


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2020: Issue 15

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

STEAM AS A FACTOR OF INDIVIDUAL SYSTEMS THINKING DEVELOPMENT FOR STUDENTS OF ELECTRONICS SPECIALITY PDF
Yuriy Yakymenko, Yuriy Poplavko, Yuliana Lavrysh 4-11
TEACHING ENGLISH TO ADULT LEARNERS WITHIN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AT UNIVERSITY: BARRIERS AND MOTIVATION FACTORS PDF
Yashar Alhasov, Anna Verbytska, Tetiana Kolenichenko 12-19
LANGUAGE PORTFOLIO FOR BUILDING LINGUISTIC COMPETENCE IN ESP SPEAKING IN STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK PDF
Andiy Kotlovskiy, Nataliya Mykytenko, Andriana Onufriv, Maryana Salamakha 20-24
REGULATION ASPECT OF LEARNERS’ LANGUAGE LEARNING STYLE IN DIFFERENTIATED ESP INSTRUCTION PDF
Oksana Synekop 25-31
TRANSLATION ASSESSSMENT: IS THERE ANYTHING TO BE TESTED OBJECTIVELY? PDF
Tetiana Korol 32-40
PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES TO CO-TEACHING PDF
Iryna Zadorozhna, Olha Datskiv, Valentyna Shepitchak 41-46
USING MACHINE TRANSLATION ENGINES IN THE CLASSROOM: A SURVEY OF TRANSLATION STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE PDF
Alla Olkhovska, Iryna Frolova 47-55
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF TEACHING MICROBIOLOGY, VIROLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY AT MEDICAL UNIVERSITIES IN UKRAINE PDF
Valentyna Melnyk, Galyna Mikhnenko 56-65
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACQUISITION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS PDF
Tetiana Andrienko, Nataliia Chumak, Vlad Genin 66-73
STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COURSE AT TEACHER TRAINING UNIVERSITY PDF
Valentyna Bevz, Oksana Dmytriienko 74-80
GLOBALISATION OF THE UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE LEXICAL SYSTEM: AGE, GENDER AND EDUCATIONAL DIMENSIONS PDF
Oleh Semeniuk, Tetyana Leleka, Olena Moskalenko 81-88
DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH LEARNING, TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT IN NON-LANGUAGE UNIVERSITIES PDF
Larysa Kupchyk, Alona Litvinchuk 89-96
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES IN TRAINING FUTURE MANAGERS PDF
Oksana Stupak 97-104
DEMOCRATIC VALUES AND DIGITAL SKILLS OF STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF POLAND AND UKRAINE PDF
Mariya Leshchenko, Larysa Tymchuk, Nataliia Pavlenko, Larysa Ruban 105-115
STUDENTS’ AND TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF USING ELECTRONIC TEXTBOOKS IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS PDF
Olga Trishchuk, Nadija Figol, Tetiana Faichuk, Svitlana Fiialka 116-123