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Yıl 2020, Cilt: 2 Sayı: 1, 81 - 95, 31.01.2020

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  • Asylbekova, Marzia P. (2014). “Vocational training of future preschool teacher in higher education institution”. Sociosphere 1(1): 248-250.
  • Aubakirova, Zhanat K. (2010). “Theory of professional psycho-pedagogical training”. Scientific Notes of St Petersburg National Institute of Psychology and Social Work 14(2): 135-141.
  • Balakayeva, Gulnar T., Alken Sh. Tokmagambetov and Zeinolla Saule Zh. (2015). “Assessment of learning outcomes of educating university teachers of Kazakhstan on professional development programs of national center of increasing qualifications Orleu”. Kazan Pedagogic Journal 6(1): 46-51.
  • Baronina, Anna V. (2013). “Increasing qualification of teachers of Republic of Kazakhstan through the education of program of AEO Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools”. Scientific Provision of the System of Increasing Staff Qualification 15(2): 66-70.
  • Baihonova, Saule Z. (2015). “Application of informative-communication technologies in increasing teacher professional development”. Academy of Professional Development, No. 6.
  • Bakirov, Bakdoolot and Melis Asanaliev (2013). “Creative and educational aspects of future teachers of professional education training”. European Researcher 7-1(54): 1867-1870.
  • Bernick, Ethan and Skip Krueger (2010). “An assessment of journal quality in public administration”. International Journal of Public Administration 33(2): 98–106.
  • BERA and RSA (2014). Report on The role of research in teacher education: reviewing the evidence. Interim report of the BERA-RSA inquiry, 14.01.2014. https://www.thersa.org/discover/publications-and-articles/reports/the-role-of-research-in-teacher-education-reviewing-the-evidence. (Accessed: 11.11.2019).
  • British Educational Research Association (2014). Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufacturing and Commerce. Available: https://www.thersa.org/globalassets/pdfs/reports/bera-rsa-interim-report.pdf. (Accessed: 20.11.2016).
  • Cochran-Smith, Marilyn and Kenneth Zeichner (2009). Studying teacher education: The report of the AERA panel on research and teacher education. Routledge. Available: https://www.aera.net/Publications/Books/Studying-Teacher-Education-The-Report-of-the (Accessed: 5.10.2015).
  • Danilovich, Natalya and Elmira Yessaliyeva (2014). “Effects of out-of-pocket payments on access to maternal health services in Almaty, Kazakhstan: A qualitative study”. Europe-Asia Studies 66(4): 578-589.
  • Dooley, Caitlin M., Dangel Julie R. and Farran Lama K. (2011). “Current issues in teacher education: 2006–2009”. Action in Teacher Education 33(3): 298-313.
  • Dzhilkishieva, Maira S. (2012). “Civil-patriotic training the student youth of Kazakhstan”. Current Problems of Science and Education (4): 231.
  • Ertayeva, Maral K. (2014). “Theoretical basis of communicative methods of language teaching”. Science and World 11(15): 50-51.
  • Ehlers, Holger (2014). Education system reforms in the countries of Central Asia: Focus on quality and innovation. Regional program “Reform educational systems in Central Asia”. Available: https://www.giz.de/en/downloads/giz2014-en-education-system-reform-central-asia.pdf. (Accessed: 20.11.2016).
  • Fitzgerald, Tanya and Sally Knipe (2016). “Policy reform: testing times for teacher education in Australia”. Journal of Educational Administration and History 48(4): 358-369.
  • Kusainov, Askarbek and Aygul Bulatbayeva (2011). “On the necessity to form significant image of professional activity among future teachers”. Professional Education in Russia and Abroad 1(3): 12-15.
  • Khan, Natalya N. and Sholpan Zh. Kolumbaeva (2015). “National upbringing as the component of professional preparation of a future teacher”. Science Overview: Humanitarian Research 1(4): 25-31.
  • Laryushina, Yelena M., Natalya Vasileva, Alina Amirkhanova and Dana Nildibayeva (2014). “Optimization ways in interns self-education based on credit technology”. Medicine and Ecology 4(73): 49-52.
  • Law on Science of Republic of Kazakhstan adopted in 2011 (2011). Available: http://adilet.zan.kz/eng/docs/Z1100000407/compare. (Accessed: 12.11.2016). Maltekbasov, Marat Zh., Gulnar N. Zholtaeva, Elmira D. Abisheva and Bakhtyzhan N. Eskendirov (2014). “On improvement of the teacher training”. International Journal of Experimental Education 8(1): 29-32.
  • Mirza, Natalya (2015). “Current trends of modernization of educational system in Kazakhstan”. The Progressive Researches Science and Genesis 1(1): 99-102.
  • Mills, Carmen and Julie Ballantyne (2016). “Social justice and teacher education: a systematic review of empirical work in the field”. Journal of Teacher Education 67(4): 263-276.
  • Mukanova, Saulesh D. and Aidos A. Mukhatayev (2015). “Normative-legal bases of the organization of educational and methodical work in system of professional development of teachers of the republic of Kazakhstan”. International Journal of Applied and Fundamental Research 6(2): 353-356.
  • Mussinal, Zhannat (2015). Development perspectives of rural schools. Information-Analytic Center of Kazakhstan. Available: http://iac.kz/en/publishing/development-perspectives-rural-schools-0. (Accessed: 12.12.2016).
  • Muhamedina, Elvira Zh. (2016). “Preparing prospective teaching staff of military institutions of higher education for professional activity: conditions, model, provision, and approaches”. Human Science: Humanitarian Research 2(2): 1-6.
  • Nagymzhanova, Karakat M. (2013). “Development of creative thinking of future teachers in the higher education institution environment”. In the World of Scientific Discoveries 47(1): 77-95.
  • OSCE (2003). Report on current education issues in Central Asia. A background paper from the Conflict Prevention Centre 2003. Available: http://www.osce.org/cpc/39626?download=true. (Accessed 20.11.2016).
  • ORLEU (2012). Document on strategic development of national center of increasing teacher’s qualification in Kazakhstan for 2012-2020 timeline. Available: orleu-edu.kz. (Accessed 20.11.2016).
  • Panin, Mikhail S. (2013). “Ways for integration of higher educational institution into education area”. Pedagogic Education and Science 2(1): 70-77.
  • Papieva, Jamal (2006). “Pre-service teacher education in Central Asia”. Quality in education: Teaching and leadership in challenging times 2(1): 779-787.
  • Pipere, Anita, Marika Veisson and Ilga Salite (2015). “Developing research in teacher education for sustainability: UN DESD via the Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability”. Journal of teacher Education for Sustainability 17(2): 5-43.
  • Raissova, Aigul B. (2012). “Multilanguage educational environment for the development of future technical bachelors' foreign language competence”. Modern Research of Social Problems 8(1): 368-379.
  • Salite, Ilga (2008). “Educational action research for sustainability: Constructing a vision for the future in teacher education”. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability 10(1): 5-16.
  • Salite, Ilga (2015). “Searching for sustainability in teacher education and educational research: Experiences from the Baltic and Black Sea Circle Consortium for educational research”. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education 6(1): 21-29.
  • Salite, Ilga, Ginta Gedzune and Inga Gedzune (2009). “Educational action research for sustainability: Seeking wisdom of insight in teacher education”. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability 11(2): 14-30.
  • Samerkhanova, Elvira K. and Zauresh Imzharova (2014). “Quality management of educational process in the conditions of innovative development of higher education institution”. Herald of Mininsk University 4(8): 36.
  • Sarzhanova, Ainagul N. and Kvasnyh Galina S. (2013). “Professional development of personality funure elementary school teachers”. Vektor of Sciences of National Toliattinks University: Series: Pedagogy, Psychology 4(15): 173-175.
  • Senina, Natalya I. (2015). “Technology for expert evaluation of trainer’s efficiency in courses of professional skills improvement for teachers. News of the South Federal University”. Pedagogic Sciences 9(1): 3-9.
  • Shagdar, Bolormaa (2006). “Human capital in Central Asia: trends and challenges in education”. Central Asian Survey 25(4): 515-532.
  • Shmigirilova, Irina (2015). “Open cognitive positions future teachers of mathematics as a component of professional competence”. Successes of Contemporary Natural Sciences 9(2): 383-386.
  • Schoenfeld, Naomi A., Donna M. Janney and Jerome L. Rekart, (2013). “Who is writing? Author affiliation across peer-reviewed journals of emotional or behavioral disorders, 2000-2011”. Behavorial Disorders 38(2): 88-98.
  • Snoek, Marco (2015). “Shaping career-long perspectives on teaching: a guide on policies to improve initial teacher education. European Commission report on education and training 2020 – schools policy”. Available: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/repository/education/library/reports/initial-teacher-education_en.pdf. (Accessed: 12.11.2016).
  • Tuli, Fekede and Paivi Tynjala (2015). “Professional learning of teachers in Ethiopia: challenges and implications for reform”. Australian Journal of Teacher Education 40(5): 1-26.
  • UNESCO (2014). What is ESD? UNESCO World Conference on ESD 2014, Aichi-Nagoya, Japan.
  • UNESCO (2017). Almaty. Sustainability begins with teachers of Central Asia, Meeting of the Consultation Committee. Available: http://en.unesco.kz/sustainability-begins-with-teachers-of-central-asia. (Accessed: 20.11.2016).
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Nadya K. Batyrbaeva (2015). “Independent work teachers during training as main condition of professional development”. Azimuth of Scientific Research: Pedagogy and Psychology 2(17): 17-20.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Galina I. Chemodanova (2015). “The use of innovative forms of education in modern processes -service training system”. Baltik Humanitarina Journal 2(11): 117-121.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Natalya I. Pustovalova (2012). Pedagogical interactions as modern methods used to manage the professional development of teachers. Vector of Sciences of National Toliattinks University 2(1): 68-70.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Viktor A. Khrushchev (2015). “Formation of professional competence in work with children at risk student specialty social pedagogy and self-knowledge”. Azimuth of Scientific Research: Pedagogy and Psychology 2(11): 21-25.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Galina I. Chemodanova (2012). “Teaching as a way of professional interaction adaptation of teachers”. Vector of Sciences of National Toliattinks University 2(3): 73-76.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Nadya K. Batyrbaeva (2015). “Independent work teachers during training as main condition of professional development”. Azimuth of Scientific Research: Pedagogy and Psychology 2(11): 17-21.
  • Wellington, Jerry and Jon Nixon (2005). “Shaping the Field: The Role of academic journal editors in the construction of education as a field of study”. British Journal of Sociology of Education 26(5): 643-655.
  • Wilson, Elaine, Fay Turner, Assel Sharimova and Simon Brownhill (2013). Reform at scale: Teacher development in Kazakhstan. Available: https://www.educ.cam.ac.uk/people/staff/wilson/TeacherEducationReform-in-Kazakhstan29082013.pdf. (Accessed: 20.11.2016).
  • Yessirkepov, Marlen, Bekaidar Nurmashev and Mariya Anartayeva (2015). A Scopus-based analysis of publication activity in Kazakhstan from 2010 to 2015: positive trends, concerns, and possible solutions. Journal of Korean Medical Science 30(12): 1915-1919.
  • Zhaksylykov, Ruslan F. (2015). “System of pedagogic conditions for quality military-professional preparation of officers of national guards of Kazakhstan”. Theory and Practice of Social Development 15(1): 142-145.
  • Zelvys, Rimantas, Aganina Kundyz and Zhunusbekova Aziza (2014). “Development of the system of education management in the Republic of Kazakhstan”. Pedagogy Studies 115(3): 25-38.

TEACHER EDUCATION RESEARCH IN CENTRAL ASIA: AN ANALYSIS OF JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (2006-2016), THE CASE OF KAZAKHSTAN

Yıl 2020, Cilt: 2 Sayı: 1, 81 - 95, 31.01.2020

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Educators around the world are concerned about the role research could or should play in determining teacher education (TE) policy and practice. After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, Kazakhstan embarked on an educational transformation. During a time when TE policy and science are in the process of active development in Kazakhstan, a vital question is how research in TE can be advanced. Still, little is known about the recent trends in the literature on Kazakhstani pedagogy or TE has arisen in the last decade. This analysis examines TE research in Kazakhstan published in academic journals from January 2006 to December 2016 and reviews the latest trends and patterns that have characterized TE research during this period.

Kaynakça

  • Asylbekova, Marzia P. (2014). “Vocational training of future preschool teacher in higher education institution”. Sociosphere 1(1): 248-250.
  • Aubakirova, Zhanat K. (2010). “Theory of professional psycho-pedagogical training”. Scientific Notes of St Petersburg National Institute of Psychology and Social Work 14(2): 135-141.
  • Balakayeva, Gulnar T., Alken Sh. Tokmagambetov and Zeinolla Saule Zh. (2015). “Assessment of learning outcomes of educating university teachers of Kazakhstan on professional development programs of national center of increasing qualifications Orleu”. Kazan Pedagogic Journal 6(1): 46-51.
  • Baronina, Anna V. (2013). “Increasing qualification of teachers of Republic of Kazakhstan through the education of program of AEO Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools”. Scientific Provision of the System of Increasing Staff Qualification 15(2): 66-70.
  • Baihonova, Saule Z. (2015). “Application of informative-communication technologies in increasing teacher professional development”. Academy of Professional Development, No. 6.
  • Bakirov, Bakdoolot and Melis Asanaliev (2013). “Creative and educational aspects of future teachers of professional education training”. European Researcher 7-1(54): 1867-1870.
  • Bernick, Ethan and Skip Krueger (2010). “An assessment of journal quality in public administration”. International Journal of Public Administration 33(2): 98–106.
  • BERA and RSA (2014). Report on The role of research in teacher education: reviewing the evidence. Interim report of the BERA-RSA inquiry, 14.01.2014. https://www.thersa.org/discover/publications-and-articles/reports/the-role-of-research-in-teacher-education-reviewing-the-evidence. (Accessed: 11.11.2019).
  • British Educational Research Association (2014). Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufacturing and Commerce. Available: https://www.thersa.org/globalassets/pdfs/reports/bera-rsa-interim-report.pdf. (Accessed: 20.11.2016).
  • Cochran-Smith, Marilyn and Kenneth Zeichner (2009). Studying teacher education: The report of the AERA panel on research and teacher education. Routledge. Available: https://www.aera.net/Publications/Books/Studying-Teacher-Education-The-Report-of-the (Accessed: 5.10.2015).
  • Danilovich, Natalya and Elmira Yessaliyeva (2014). “Effects of out-of-pocket payments on access to maternal health services in Almaty, Kazakhstan: A qualitative study”. Europe-Asia Studies 66(4): 578-589.
  • Dooley, Caitlin M., Dangel Julie R. and Farran Lama K. (2011). “Current issues in teacher education: 2006–2009”. Action in Teacher Education 33(3): 298-313.
  • Dzhilkishieva, Maira S. (2012). “Civil-patriotic training the student youth of Kazakhstan”. Current Problems of Science and Education (4): 231.
  • Ertayeva, Maral K. (2014). “Theoretical basis of communicative methods of language teaching”. Science and World 11(15): 50-51.
  • Ehlers, Holger (2014). Education system reforms in the countries of Central Asia: Focus on quality and innovation. Regional program “Reform educational systems in Central Asia”. Available: https://www.giz.de/en/downloads/giz2014-en-education-system-reform-central-asia.pdf. (Accessed: 20.11.2016).
  • Fitzgerald, Tanya and Sally Knipe (2016). “Policy reform: testing times for teacher education in Australia”. Journal of Educational Administration and History 48(4): 358-369.
  • Kusainov, Askarbek and Aygul Bulatbayeva (2011). “On the necessity to form significant image of professional activity among future teachers”. Professional Education in Russia and Abroad 1(3): 12-15.
  • Khan, Natalya N. and Sholpan Zh. Kolumbaeva (2015). “National upbringing as the component of professional preparation of a future teacher”. Science Overview: Humanitarian Research 1(4): 25-31.
  • Laryushina, Yelena M., Natalya Vasileva, Alina Amirkhanova and Dana Nildibayeva (2014). “Optimization ways in interns self-education based on credit technology”. Medicine and Ecology 4(73): 49-52.
  • Law on Science of Republic of Kazakhstan adopted in 2011 (2011). Available: http://adilet.zan.kz/eng/docs/Z1100000407/compare. (Accessed: 12.11.2016). Maltekbasov, Marat Zh., Gulnar N. Zholtaeva, Elmira D. Abisheva and Bakhtyzhan N. Eskendirov (2014). “On improvement of the teacher training”. International Journal of Experimental Education 8(1): 29-32.
  • Mirza, Natalya (2015). “Current trends of modernization of educational system in Kazakhstan”. The Progressive Researches Science and Genesis 1(1): 99-102.
  • Mills, Carmen and Julie Ballantyne (2016). “Social justice and teacher education: a systematic review of empirical work in the field”. Journal of Teacher Education 67(4): 263-276.
  • Mukanova, Saulesh D. and Aidos A. Mukhatayev (2015). “Normative-legal bases of the organization of educational and methodical work in system of professional development of teachers of the republic of Kazakhstan”. International Journal of Applied and Fundamental Research 6(2): 353-356.
  • Mussinal, Zhannat (2015). Development perspectives of rural schools. Information-Analytic Center of Kazakhstan. Available: http://iac.kz/en/publishing/development-perspectives-rural-schools-0. (Accessed: 12.12.2016).
  • Muhamedina, Elvira Zh. (2016). “Preparing prospective teaching staff of military institutions of higher education for professional activity: conditions, model, provision, and approaches”. Human Science: Humanitarian Research 2(2): 1-6.
  • Nagymzhanova, Karakat M. (2013). “Development of creative thinking of future teachers in the higher education institution environment”. In the World of Scientific Discoveries 47(1): 77-95.
  • OSCE (2003). Report on current education issues in Central Asia. A background paper from the Conflict Prevention Centre 2003. Available: http://www.osce.org/cpc/39626?download=true. (Accessed 20.11.2016).
  • ORLEU (2012). Document on strategic development of national center of increasing teacher’s qualification in Kazakhstan for 2012-2020 timeline. Available: orleu-edu.kz. (Accessed 20.11.2016).
  • Panin, Mikhail S. (2013). “Ways for integration of higher educational institution into education area”. Pedagogic Education and Science 2(1): 70-77.
  • Papieva, Jamal (2006). “Pre-service teacher education in Central Asia”. Quality in education: Teaching and leadership in challenging times 2(1): 779-787.
  • Pipere, Anita, Marika Veisson and Ilga Salite (2015). “Developing research in teacher education for sustainability: UN DESD via the Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability”. Journal of teacher Education for Sustainability 17(2): 5-43.
  • Raissova, Aigul B. (2012). “Multilanguage educational environment for the development of future technical bachelors' foreign language competence”. Modern Research of Social Problems 8(1): 368-379.
  • Salite, Ilga (2008). “Educational action research for sustainability: Constructing a vision for the future in teacher education”. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability 10(1): 5-16.
  • Salite, Ilga (2015). “Searching for sustainability in teacher education and educational research: Experiences from the Baltic and Black Sea Circle Consortium for educational research”. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education 6(1): 21-29.
  • Salite, Ilga, Ginta Gedzune and Inga Gedzune (2009). “Educational action research for sustainability: Seeking wisdom of insight in teacher education”. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability 11(2): 14-30.
  • Samerkhanova, Elvira K. and Zauresh Imzharova (2014). “Quality management of educational process in the conditions of innovative development of higher education institution”. Herald of Mininsk University 4(8): 36.
  • Sarzhanova, Ainagul N. and Kvasnyh Galina S. (2013). “Professional development of personality funure elementary school teachers”. Vektor of Sciences of National Toliattinks University: Series: Pedagogy, Psychology 4(15): 173-175.
  • Senina, Natalya I. (2015). “Technology for expert evaluation of trainer’s efficiency in courses of professional skills improvement for teachers. News of the South Federal University”. Pedagogic Sciences 9(1): 3-9.
  • Shagdar, Bolormaa (2006). “Human capital in Central Asia: trends and challenges in education”. Central Asian Survey 25(4): 515-532.
  • Shmigirilova, Irina (2015). “Open cognitive positions future teachers of mathematics as a component of professional competence”. Successes of Contemporary Natural Sciences 9(2): 383-386.
  • Schoenfeld, Naomi A., Donna M. Janney and Jerome L. Rekart, (2013). “Who is writing? Author affiliation across peer-reviewed journals of emotional or behavioral disorders, 2000-2011”. Behavorial Disorders 38(2): 88-98.
  • Snoek, Marco (2015). “Shaping career-long perspectives on teaching: a guide on policies to improve initial teacher education. European Commission report on education and training 2020 – schools policy”. Available: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/repository/education/library/reports/initial-teacher-education_en.pdf. (Accessed: 12.11.2016).
  • Tuli, Fekede and Paivi Tynjala (2015). “Professional learning of teachers in Ethiopia: challenges and implications for reform”. Australian Journal of Teacher Education 40(5): 1-26.
  • UNESCO (2014). What is ESD? UNESCO World Conference on ESD 2014, Aichi-Nagoya, Japan.
  • UNESCO (2017). Almaty. Sustainability begins with teachers of Central Asia, Meeting of the Consultation Committee. Available: http://en.unesco.kz/sustainability-begins-with-teachers-of-central-asia. (Accessed: 20.11.2016).
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Nadya K. Batyrbaeva (2015). “Independent work teachers during training as main condition of professional development”. Azimuth of Scientific Research: Pedagogy and Psychology 2(17): 17-20.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Galina I. Chemodanova (2015). “The use of innovative forms of education in modern processes -service training system”. Baltik Humanitarina Journal 2(11): 117-121.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Natalya I. Pustovalova (2012). Pedagogical interactions as modern methods used to manage the professional development of teachers. Vector of Sciences of National Toliattinks University 2(1): 68-70.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Viktor A. Khrushchev (2015). “Formation of professional competence in work with children at risk student specialty social pedagogy and self-knowledge”. Azimuth of Scientific Research: Pedagogy and Psychology 2(11): 21-25.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Galina I. Chemodanova (2012). “Teaching as a way of professional interaction adaptation of teachers”. Vector of Sciences of National Toliattinks University 2(3): 73-76.
  • Vlassenko, Svetlana V. and Nadya K. Batyrbaeva (2015). “Independent work teachers during training as main condition of professional development”. Azimuth of Scientific Research: Pedagogy and Psychology 2(11): 17-21.
  • Wellington, Jerry and Jon Nixon (2005). “Shaping the Field: The Role of academic journal editors in the construction of education as a field of study”. British Journal of Sociology of Education 26(5): 643-655.
  • Wilson, Elaine, Fay Turner, Assel Sharimova and Simon Brownhill (2013). Reform at scale: Teacher development in Kazakhstan. Available: https://www.educ.cam.ac.uk/people/staff/wilson/TeacherEducationReform-in-Kazakhstan29082013.pdf. (Accessed: 20.11.2016).
  • Yessirkepov, Marlen, Bekaidar Nurmashev and Mariya Anartayeva (2015). A Scopus-based analysis of publication activity in Kazakhstan from 2010 to 2015: positive trends, concerns, and possible solutions. Journal of Korean Medical Science 30(12): 1915-1919.
  • Zhaksylykov, Ruslan F. (2015). “System of pedagogic conditions for quality military-professional preparation of officers of national guards of Kazakhstan”. Theory and Practice of Social Development 15(1): 142-145.
  • Zelvys, Rimantas, Aganina Kundyz and Zhunusbekova Aziza (2014). “Development of the system of education management in the Republic of Kazakhstan”. Pedagogy Studies 115(3): 25-38.

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APA ORYNBASSAROVA, D. (2020). TEACHER EDUCATION RESEARCH IN CENTRAL ASIA: AN ANALYSIS OF JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (2006-2016), THE CASE OF KAZAKHSTAN. Eurasian Research Journal, 2(1), 81-95.