The Russian Science Foundation announced the results of the 2022 competition of research projects proposed by small individual scientific groups.
The expert council of the Foundation selected 2017 projects.
The RSF competition is aimed at the development of new research topics (including the definition of the object and subject of the research, development of the research design, and research methods) and promoting research collaboration among scientists.
This year, the following four projects proposed by the researchers of Moscow City University received support from the Foundation in the priority area Conducting fundamental scientific research and exploratory scientific research by small individual groups:
- The Conceptual Model of the System of Teaching Russian (as a foreign language) blind bilingual adolescents (Principal Investigator is Nadezhda Polyakova, Associate Professor at the Institute of Special Education and Psychology)
- The Lifeworld of a Soviet Schoolchild in the Second Half of the 20th Century in the Context of Social Education and Socialization (Principal Investigator is Boris Kupriyanov, Professor at the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education)
- Development of Alternative School Education in Large Cities of the Russian Federation (Principal Investigator is Elena Petryaeva, Director of the Center for Analytical Research and Modeling in Education, the Research Institute of Urban Studies and Global Education)
- Diagnostics of Professional and Personal Qualities of Managerial Human Resources: Methodology and Technology (Principal Investigator is Valentina Salakhova, Leading Research Fellow at the Center for Analytical Research and Modeling in Education, the Research Institute of Urban Studies and Global Education)