"ScienceRise: Pedagogical Education" is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes original research on lifelong learning.

The issues investigated in scientific publications cover the following areas:

- adult education,
- professional education,
- primary education,
- special education.

The purpose of such publications is to bring to a wide range of scientists and practitioners in the field of education modern developments aimed at implementation in educational processes to increase their effectiveness. In particular:

- in the direction of adult education – the formation of new skills and competencies in them for adaptation to the requirements of the labor market, which are rapidly changing due to information and technological transformations in society,

- in the direction of professional education – formation of students' adaptation capabilities to the modern requirements of employers,

- in the direction of primary education – correct orientation of students according to their abilities,

- in the direction of special education – creation of the most comfortable adaptation of people with disabilities in physical development to society.

All the mentioned topics covered by the concept of continuous education can also be considered through the paradigm of distance learning.

The journal is published 6 times a year and has a worldwide distribution scope, without limiting the authors on any basis.

ISSN 2519-4976 (print), ISSN 2519-4984 (on-line)

Drawing up the items of the publication ethics policy of the journal «ScienceRise: Pedagogical Education» Editors followed the recommendations of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).


Attention! Scammers!


We inform you that scammers tried to lure money from one of the members of the editorial board of one of our journals by signing the name of the editor-in-chief Igor Lutsenko.

After our operational investigation, it turned out that the same letter is being sent to other journals around the world (authors and members of the editorial board) - https://www.mattioli1885journals.com/index.php/actabiomedica/newsletter5

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If you receive such a letter, ignore it. These are scammers.

Please always double-check the information with the addressee or contact us at the phone or email contact numbers listed on the website to clarify the information contained in the letter.

Be vigilant, as international criminal elements are using the war in Ukraine for their criminal purposes.

In any case, inform our editors if you receive such letters.

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