1. The Journal «Pedagogicheskiy IMIDZH» publishes the articles in the following fields:

Pedagogical sciences

     13.00.01 General pedagogy, history of pedagogy and education

     13.00.02 Theory and methods of training and education (on educational fields and levels)

     13.00.03 Special pedagogy (Deaf-and-dumb pedagogics, Tiflopedagogics, Oligophrenopedagogics, Logopedics)

     13.00.04 Theory and technique of physical training, sports training, improving and adaptive physical training

     13.00.05 Theory, methods and organization of sociocultural activity

     13.00.08 Theory and methods of professional education

Psychological sciences

     19.00.01 General psychology, psychology of personality, history of psychology

     19.00.05 Social psychology

     19.00.07 Educational psychology

     19.00.10 Special psychology

2. The papers sent to the Editorial board should be original, up-to-date, contain scientific novelty. Plagiarism (wilful authorship appropriation) and incorrect rehashing are not allowed. They can be an argument for a manuscript rejection. To avoid plagiarism the author should be accurate in making citations and bibliographic references. Any kind of replication of the article or its parts is not permitted. The article should include only original scientific data. Articles are accepted for publication only if they haven’t been previously published or are not scheduled for publication in other scientific editions. If they were published previously, the Editorial board has the right to deny the author to the further cooperation.

3. The article must be of high quality characterized by substantive interest and broad appeal, methodological rigour and conceptual clarity. The scientific terms are clarified and explained if it is necessary. The style should be clear and logic.

4. The author is required to submit the manuscript to the Editorial board (the Institute of Education Development of Irkutsk Region, Krasnokazachiya St, 10-A, Irkutsk, 664007, Russia) in printed form on A4 paper and in electronic form (on CD, flash card, or send by e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Any handwritten applications are unacceptable. The “subject” in the e-mail letter should be written as “For publishing in the scientific and practice journal”.

5. In the accompanying letter it is recommended to specify the name of a journal column where to place an article (the names of the journal columns are here

6. Structural elements of the publication:

     - indexes UDC (universal decimal classification) (in the top left corner; Times New Roman, kegl: 14);

     - heading in Russian (succinct and informative; centre adjustment, no indentation, Times New Roman, kegl: 16, bold);

     - author(s) information in Russian (Times New Roman, kegl: 14, italics);

     - abstract of the article in Russian (Times New Roman, kegl: 12, italics, line spacing: 1,5, width adjustment, no indentation; printed characters with spaces – 250–1050);

     - key words in Russian (Times New Roman, kegl: 12, italics, line spacing: 1,5, width adjustment, no indentation);

     - heading in English (succinct and informative; centre adjustment, no indentation, Times New Roman, kegl: 16, bold);

     - author(s) information in Russian (Times New Roman, kegl: 14, italics);

     - abstract of the article in Russian (Times New Roman, kegl: 12, italics, line spacing: 1,5, width adjustment, no indentation; printed characters with spaces: 250–1050);

     - key words in Russian (Times New Roman, kegl: 12, italics, line spacing: 1,5, width adjustment, no indentation);

     - the main text of the article (see below);

     - references (see below).

     It’s recommended not to change the location of the above-mentioned parts of the article.

7. The information about an author and each of the co-authors (if any) should include:

     - surname, first name, patronymic name without abbreviations;

     - scientific degree, academic rank;

     - position, place of work which are written without abbreviations, the postal code and address of the institution, daytime phone number;

     - contacts (postal code and address, e-mail, telephone number).

8. The abstract should present the essence of the scientific problem described in the article, the goal and objectives of the research, the novelty, the main outcomes and conclusion.

9. Keywords (not exceeding 15, inside the key phrase – not exceeding 9) should show the content of the article in the terms of the branch of science and research methods.

10. Requirements for the texts:

     - the structure of the text should follow the logic description of the short introduction, the aim of research, the analysis of methodological approaches, research part, the system of evidence and arguments, scientific outcomes, conclusion, references;

     - the article should be not more than 0.5 standard publisher's signature (about 20 000 characters including spaces) including references, tables and not more than 4 illustrarions; questions related to the to the change of the  volume are decided on an individual basis between the author (s) and the editorial staff

     - the articles can be submitted only in the following formats: DOC, DOCX; 

     - word processor – Microsoft Word;

     - width adjustment;

     - page orientation – portrait;

     - font – Times New Roman;

     - kegl – 14, regular;

     - text without hyphenation;

     - line spacing – 1,5;

     - indention – 1.25 cm (don’t use “Spacebar” or “Tab” key);

     - margins: left – 2.5 cm, top, bottom; right – 2 cm;

     - it not allowed more than one space between words;

     - a dash in the text should be average. Also it is used to denote number ranges (for example, 1941–1945 13:00 – 13:45). To denote a hyphen use a short line;

     - ensure alignment of the bulleted lists throughout the article. Use “-” to create a bulleted list;

     - the quotes «», brackets [ ], ( ) and other signs should be kept the same throughout the article. If the quoted text is contained inside another quoted text, use «…“...”…»;

     - use automatic page numbering in the top right corner (from the first page);

     - the article can contain figures, diagrams, photos, etc. They should be black-white, continuous numbering; be inside margins; follow the references they refer to. Give each figure a concise caption, describing accurately what the figure depicts. Use Times New Roman font, 12 point size; line spacing: 1,0. Figures, diagrams, photos, etc. should be saved as TIFF, JPEG, PNG with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi and should be attached to the article as separate files;

     - Use the table function to create and format tables (“Add Table”). The word “Table” should be located in the top right corner. For example,

Table 1

Heading..................... (line spacing: 1,0)











Every table should follow the references it refers to. Give each table a caption. Number tables consecutively (e.g. Table 1 for the first table in the article) and ensure that all tables are cited in the text in sequential order. Do not write “the following table”. If there is one table in the article, it is not numbered.

The width of the table should not be more than the page margin. It does not include a separate column "Measurement units". A table should not break a sentence, it needs to be placed after the paragraph. If a sentence starts with the word “Table”, write this word completely. When this word is located in the middle or end of the sentence write it abbreviated.

     - the references build up according to the requirements of Russian state bibliographic standards (ГОСТ 7.1-2003). All publications including non-published materials cited in the text should be presented in a list of references following the text of the manuscript. The list of references at the end of the paper should be arranged alphabetically by authors' last names; contain the quantity of pages in the book, cited pages; should be given in the original language and arranged only by the references cited in the text. The given references should be in square brackets (the number of reference resource at the end of the paper, volume, cited page) [e. g., 5, т. 3, с. 79].

11. At the end of the paper the author(s) should write “The article is published for the first time”, date and signature(s). The signature(s) is certified in the institution where the author(s) works.

12. The author(s) is responsible for the content, style, the quality of translation to the English language. While writing it is necessary to avoid the use of electronic translators. The Editorial board doesn’t translate abstracts and references.

13. The author is allowed to publish only one article in one issue. The publication of the second paper is permitted if the co-authorship is provided.


14. The Editorial Board chooses a reviewer among the members of the Advisory board or some of the leading specialists (Doctor of science, Candidate of science) working in the given science field. The specialist working in the same department where the publication is done may not review an article. The reviews are kept in the Journal office and editorial board for five years and can be presented on request of Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. The reviewing procedure is confidential (a blind peer review). The author of the article is given a copy of the review without reviewer’s surname, affiliation and position.

15. If the editorial board recommends the revision of the paper, the assistant editor sends the reviewer’s recommendations suggesting to consider them or to renounce them with reasoning to the author.

16. Editors reserve the right to reject the papers, which fail to comply with the above rules.

17. The Editorial Board sends copies of the reviews to the authors of submitted articles or a substantiated refusal.

18. Corrected manuscripts are not sent to authors.

19.  The further revise will be done according to the author’s final manuscript.

20. Authors are recommended to check electronic files they send. If the Editorial board finds any malicious software (viruses) in your electronic materials all of them will be deleted.

21. All Rights Reserved. No materials of the journal may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the Editorial board. When citing reference the journal is mandatory.

22. The fee is not paid to the authors for articles published in the journal.

23. The submissions to the journal «Pedagogicheskiy IMIDZH» means that the author accepts the above requirements and permits the publication of a full paper on the website of the Scientific Electronic Library ( and the journal (, as well as, gives the permission for his/her personal data processing and publication in the press.

The electronic version of the «Reviewing procedure» and the «Guide for submission, reviewing and publication» are available on the website of the journal (