List of Published Research concerning NIS and Secondary Education in Kazakhstan

Научные публикации, отчетные материалы

  1. Ayubayeva, N., Bridges, D., Drummond, M., Fim’yar, O., Kishkentayeva, A., Kulakhmetova, A., et al. (2013). Development of strategic directions for education reforms in Kazakhstan for 2015-2020: Final Report of the Early Years and Secondary School Working Group. Cambridge/Astana: Cambridge University & Nazarbayev University. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  2. Bridges, D. (2011, June). Curriculum planning and design: International Perspectives. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  3. Bridges, D. (2014). Educational reform and internationalisation: the case of school reform in Kazakhstan. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  4. Bridges, D., Iztayeva, A., Omarbekova, A., & Kurakbayev, K. (2014). Development of secondary education curriculum of Kazakhstan in the context of contemporary reforms. LINK
  5. Bridges, D., Kurakbayev, K., & Kambatyrova, A. (2015). 8.5 Interpreting the International and Intranational “Translation” of Educational Policy and Practice: A Case of Opportunism, Serendipity, and Bricolage. In International Handbook of Interpretation in Educational Research (pp. 1499-1512). Springer Netherlands. LINK
  6. Fimyar, O. (2015). 8.6 Five Conversations and Three Notes on the “Soviet,” or Finding a Place for Personal History in the Study of Teacher Education Policy in Kazakhstan. In International Handbook of Interpretation in Educational Research (pp. 1513-1532). Springer Netherlands. LINK
  7. Fimyar, O. & Kairat Kurakbayev (2016) ‘Soviet’ in teachers’ memories
    and professional beliefs in Kazakhstan: points for reflection for reformers, international consultants and practitioners, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 29:1,
    86-103, DOI: 10.1080/09518398.2015.1017850. LINK

  8. Kovalchuk, V. (2015). Teaching Staff Advanced Training in Russia, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the USA and Canada. Comparative Professional Pedagogy. 5(4), 16-20. DOI: 10.1515/rpp-2015-0059.

  9. Mehisto, P. (2015). 7 KAZAKHSTAN: From Twenty Trilingual Schools. Building Bilingual Education Systems, 109. LINK
  10. McLaughlin, C., & Ayubayeva, N. (2015). ‘It is the research of self experience’: feeling the value in action research. Educational Action Research, 23(1), 51-67. LINK
  11. McLellan, R. (2015). 1 Teacher learning in the contemporary landscape: Vignettes of practice. Turning teacher learning inside-out, 1. LINK
  12. OECD. (2014). Reviews of National Policies for Education: Secondary Education in Kazakhstan. OECD Publishing. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  13. Omarbekova, A. (2015). Autonomy in Secondary Education: Independence and Accountability of Secondary General Education Schools in Kazakhstan. Educational Studies, (2), 152-172.

  14. Riboud, M. (2015) Inclusive Human Growth. Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies, 7(1) 28–64. LINK
  15. Scalcione, V. N., Bibigul, A., & Orynkyl, S. (2016). The Peculiarities of Training in a Comprehensive School of Kazakhstan and Italy. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 4(5), 1016-1023.LINK
  16. Shamatov, D. (2015). Educational Reform and Internationalisation: The Case of School Reform in Kazakhstan. European Education, 47(4), 368-370. LINK
  17. Stobie, T. (2013). Developing multilingualism through partnerships. International School. 16(1), 43-45.
    Turner, F., Brownhill, S., & Wilson, E. (2016). The transfer of content knowledge in a cascade model of professional development. Teacher Development, 1-17. LINK

  18. Uzakbaeva.S.A., Zholdasbekova S. The Main Problems of System’s Modernization of Vocational Training of Pedagogical Shots in The Republic of Kazakhstan, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 185 ( 2015 ) 421 – 427. LINK
  19. Wilson, A., Turner, F., Sharimova, A., & Brownhill, S. (2013). Reform at scale: Teacher development in Kazakhstan. LINK
  20. Yakavets, N. (2014). Reforming society through education for gifted children: The case of Kazakhstan. Research Papers in Education, 29(5), 513-533. LINK
  21. Yakavets, N., Frost, D., & Khoroshash, A. (2015). School leadership and capacity building in Kazakhstan. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 1-26. LINK
  22. Yakavets, N. (2016). Negotiating the principles and practice of school leadership The Kazakhstan experience. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 1741143216628537. LINK

Выступления сотрудников Назарбаев Интеллектуальных школ на международных конференциях

  1. Ramazanova, A., Abisheva, I., & Saltybayeva, Zh. (2016). 2010 Alumni’s Perceptions of Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools Impact on Preparedness for University Studies and Careers. Retrieved December 5, 2016, from”>LINK

  2. McHutchon, D., Shilibekova, A., & Mustafina, A. (2016). Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools’ Integrated Criteria-Based Assessment Model (ICBAM) as an effective assessment system. Retrieved December 5. LINK
  3. Bissengaliyev, N. (2016). In-service Professional Development for Teachers in Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Physics and Mathematics in Astana

  4. Kanagatova, А., Raisova, K., & Suleimenova, Z. (2015, October). Innovative Experience in Teaching Staff Review: Case of Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools in Kazakhstan. In ECEL2015-14th European Conference on e-Learning: ECEl2015 (p. 272). Academic Conferences and publishing limited. LINK
  5. Imansharipova, A. (2015, September). Trends in the Modern Education System: International Experience (USA) and Kazakhstan (Intellectual School). In European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (p. 819). Academic Conferences International Limited. LINK
  6. Babich, I., & Panevina, A. (2016, April). Administrative Mechanisms for the Implementation of Sharing Teaching Experience. In International Conference on Management, Leadership & Governance (p. 511). Academic Conferences International Limited. LINK
  7. Amirova, B. (2016, April). Teacher Leadership. In ICIE2016-Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship: ICIE2016 (p. 411). Academic Conferences and publishing limited. LINK
  8. Kovalchuk, V. (2015). Teaching Staff Advanced Training in Russia, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the USA and Canada. Comparative Professional Pedagogy, 5(4), 16-21.

  9. Ospanova, N. (2015). Study of teachers’ perceptions of collaborative culture and its effect on teachers’ practices in NIS, Pavlodar. ATEE Annual Conference 2015, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 24 – 26 August 2015

  10. Bazarbayeva, G. (2016). English Language Partners Facilitate Professional Development of Local Teachers of NIS PhM, Astana, Kazakhstan. ECER 2016. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  11. Shegenova, Z., Zhanisov, A., and Duisen, S. (2016). Advantages and disadvantages in teaching of the subject “History of Kazakhstan” in the second language. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  12. Kozhamkulova, G. and Shaimerdenova, N. (2016). Investigating The Problems Faced By The Teachers In Developing Russian Writing Skills. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  13. Zhumabayev, R. and Zholymbayev, O. (2016). Teaching Mathematics In Second Language Through Team-Teaching: Facing The Differences Between West And Pre-Soviet Mathematics. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  14. Seitinbetova, A. (2016). Teachers’ perception on teaching science and mathematics in English. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  15. Ospanova, N. and Issabekova, B. (2016). The Study of Teachers’ Perception of Research-Based Instructional Practices and its Influence on Their Professional Development. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  16. Axyonova, I., Zhakibayeva, A., and Omarov, R. (2016). The Process Of Increasing Self-Efficiency Of Students Through The Introduction Of Problem-Based Learning (PBL). Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  17. Tazhibayev, A. (2016). The Role Of Professional Development Program In Secondary Teachers’ Implementation Of Knowledge And Practice. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  18. Ayubayeva, N. (2016). Teacher collaboration for learning and innovation: Case from Kazakhstan. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  19. Sossin, V. (2016). The Relationship Between Teachers And Students And Their Ideas Of Student Voice In One NIS School In Kazakhstan. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  20. Umurzakova, A. and Bulebayev, S. (2016). An Ivestigation of Asessment Procedures Within Teacher Attestation (Appraisal) at Nazarbyayev Intellectual Schools. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK
  21. Magzumova, A., Kerimkulova, A., Khamidulina, Z., and Abdildina, Z. (2016). Mind the Gap: Towards an Understandung of the Implementation Process
    of Trilingual Education Policy at Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools. Retrieved December 5, 2016. LINK

  22. Tynybaeva, M., Mozhayeva, O., Moelands, H.A., and Kleintjes, F. (2012) Ethics of Education: Fair Selection An Example from Kazakhstan. 38th IAEA Annual Conference, Astana, Kazakhstan.
  23. Tynybaeva, M., Mozhayeva, O., Sadyk, G., Moelands, H.A., and Kleintjes, F. (2013) SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT IN THE SELECTION OF STUDENTS TO GRADE 7 OF NAZARBAYEV INTELLECTUAL SCHOOLS. 39th IAEA Annual Conference.
  24. Abilov, R., Dieteren N., Kleintjes, F., Sadyk, G., and Temirtasov, D. (2013) MONITORING OF STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: Experience of Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools in Kazakhstan. 40th IAEA Annual Conference, Singapore.
  26. Sekenova, D. and Sadyk, G. Catalyzing School Improvement Through Self-Evaluation
  27. Берикханова А.Е., Асубаев Б.К., Бипажанова А.Б. (2015) Вена Инновационные подходы в повышении квалификации учителей и руководителей школ Республики Казахстан //Proceedings of the 8th European Conference on Education and Applied Psychology. «East West» Association for Advanced Studies and Higher Education GmbH, Vienna, Австрия. 27.08.2015. P. 31-36.