Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences (CJES) is a refereed journal published quarterly. The journal seeks to serve the Professional interests of individuals working in various educational disciplines to related theories and practices. Preferred articles; experimental researches, reporting educational researches, suggested models, reviews of recent literature should be relevant to educational concerns and issues.


Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences (CJES) was accepted to the Elsevier Scopus index since 5 October 2018.

 

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Vol 13 No 4 (2018): December

Published: 2018-12-26

Message from Editor

Prof. Dr. Huseyin Uzunboylu

Problem-based learning in secondary school: Status and prospects

Haris KH. Abushkin, Anna A. Kharitonova, Nikolay N. Khvastunov, Maksim V. Gorshunov

444-450

Project technology in the development of communicative competence in schoolchildren: Extracurricular classes of Russian language

Guzel M. Nurullina, Alexandr F. Muraviyov, Anastasiya A. Martyanova, Iskander E. Yarmakeev

461-468

Using wiki in the design of bilingual online course

Andrew V. Danilov, Rinata R. Zaripova, Nnamdi Anyameluhor

480-488

Improving educational process quality in the lessons of natural and mathematical cycle by means of stem-training

Svetlana D. Chernyavskikh, Maxim A. Velichko, Irina B. Kostina, Yulia P. Gladkikh, Lyudmila V. Krasovskaya, Olga N. Satler

501-510

Relationship between nomophobia and fear of missing out among Turkish university students

Nazire Burcin Hamutoglu, Deniz Mertkan Gezgin, Gozde Sezen-Gultekin, Orhan Gemikonakli

549-561

Killing more than two birds with one stone: Teaching topical vocabulary through idioms

Anastasia S. Syunina, Iskander E. Yarmakeev, Tatiana S. Pimenova, Albina R. Abdrafikova

604-612

Examining self-regulation skills of elementary school students

Oktay Kızkapan, Oktay Bektaş, Aslı Saylan

613-624

Comparative analysis of musical-enlightenment concepts of L. Bernstein and D. Kabalevsky in Russian music education

Anastasia V. Mishina, Zilia M. Yavgildina, Rufina Ildarovna Samigullina, Tamara Yu. Melnik

625-630

Humour as a pedagogical tool in the teaching of English and German equivocal words

Alfonso Corbacho Sánchez, Luis Javier Conejero Magro

645-653

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