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Title: Preschool Education: Global Trends
Certificate of State Registration of Print Media: Series КВ № 25163-15103 Р (03.06.2022)
Frequency: Semiannual (June and December)
Manuscript Languages: Ukrainian, English (mixed languages).
Published from the year 2022
Publisher and Founder: Hryhorii Skovoroda University in Pereiaslav (Ukraine)

Journal Sections by Specialities: Preschool Education- preschool pedagogy, methods and technologies of preschool education; Psychology - preschool psychology, preschool pedagogical psychology, psycholinguistics of preschool development; Vocational Education - preschool vocational education (training of preschool education workers in HEI and advanced training of preschool education workers in postgraduate education institutions).

Journal Preschool Education: Global Trends (PEGT) is an international double-blind peer-reviewed journal that accepts research and critical review articles. Journal is a professional platform for scientific discussions of vital problems of psychology and pedagogy of preschool education, videning of the best pedagogical experience, and promotion of children’s development from birth to their entry into school. This edition covers a wide range of scientific problems related to the education of the youngest children, namely (a) mental development of children in early and preschool age; (b) children education at this age period, methods and technologies of education and upbringing of preschoolers; (c) educators and teachers training for preschool education institutions in universities and colleges.

Preschool Education: Global Trends encourages the submission of empirical papers that use a wide-range of methods to inform developmental questions of interest. One of the aims of empirical papers is to present sufficient material to enable a reader with access to the data to be able to replicate the study.

The articles of particular interest to the journal are those that highlight the following topical issues:

  • Inclusive education of preschoolers
  • Bilingualism in childhood
  • Mental and personal development of preschoolers
  • Creation of a developmental environment
  • Optimal and appropriate use of ICT in preschool education institutions
  • Innovative technologies in preschool education
  • STEM education
  • Raising children in a multicultural environment
  • Problems of communicative and social tolerance
  • Formation of value orientations in children
  • Supporting the development of social and subject competences of children
  • Preparing children for school
  • Continuity and perspective in education and upbringing of preschoolers
  • Children socialization in mono- and multicultural conditions
  • Educational programs in various settings
  • Theory, research, and practice related to professional development
  • Family, school, and community relations, etc.

Targeted Audience: scientists, teachers of higher education institutions, institutions for advanced training of teachers, specialists of the centres for professional development of teachers, pedagogical workers of the preschool education institutions, graduate students, students, degree seekers.

Open-access Statement: Journal of Psycholinguistics provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Full-text access to scientific articles of the journal is presented on the official website in the Archives section.

Publishing Ethics. The Editorial Board of the journal acts in accordance with the generally accepted ethical provisions and rules of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI), Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities, Publishing Ethics Resource Kit (PERK) for editors (Elsevier).

The journal’s Editorial Board has taken measures to ensure high ethical and professional standards based on Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing. See more Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement.

License terms. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License International CC-BY that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work’s authorship and initial publication in this journal.