Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
- Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
- The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
- If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
In order to be able to submit articles to the magazine and to check the current status of their materials, it is necessary to send materials on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Materials submitted for publication should be consistent with the subject matter of the journal.
The journal accepts scientific articles provided that the research:
was not previously published in another magazine;
is not being considered in another journal;
all co-authors agree with the publication of the article.
We accept articles only with the original author's text, borrowing in the amount not more than 10% should be made with the indication of references to the source.
The articles of the students are accepted by the editorial board only in co-authorship with the scientific supervisor.
By submitting an article to the journal, the author of this:
expresses its consent to posting its full text on the Internet;
Agrees with the recommendations of the World Association of Medical Editors and COPE in accordance with the principles of the ethics of scientific publications (https://publicationethics.org/files/International%20standards_authors_for% 20website_11_Nov_2011.pdf)
The authors agree to collect and process personal data for the purpose of their inclusion in the database in accordance with the Law of Ukraine No. 2297-VI "On Protection of Personal Data" of 01.06.2010. Names and emails specified by users of this publication's site will only be used for internal technical tasks; they will not be distributed and will not be passed on to unauthorized persons.
The language of the manuscript is Ukrainian, Russian, English, Polish.
Responsibility for the content of the article are the authors, not the editorial board or the publishing house. Subject to a positive decision on publication, the article should also be submitted in English.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DRAWING DOCUMENTS
The article should be accompanied by annotation, key words and contain a list of sources used.
The manuscript file must contain:
UDC index article (upper left corner)
title of the article (up to 12 words in upper case letters);
surname, name of author (s), affiliation (scientific degree, academic rank, position, place of work or study, city, country);
e-mail of the contact author;
annotation (230-250 words structured in such a way (with the subheading being bold in bold): the relevance of the research topic, the purpose and methods or methodology of the research, the results of the work and the key conclusions, the keywords (5-6 words or stable phrases, for which later it is possible search article) that reflect the specifics of the subject, object and results of the research, and none of them duplicate the words from the title of the article.
text of the article;
sources and literature.
Metadata (annotations) are provided in the original language of the article and in English (if the language of the article is English, then the metadata is in English and in Ukrainian / Russian).
Computer translation is not allowed.
It is unacceptable to use unencrypted abbreviations and for the first time entered terms. All abbreviations should be decoded when first used. If there are many abbreviations, you can make a list with the decryption of each of them before the text of the article.
Introduction (the formulation of the problem in general terms and the connection with important scientific or practical tasks; the analysis of recent research and publications, which initiated the solution of this problem and based on the author, the allocation of previously unsettled parts of the general problem, which is dedicated to this article)
The text of the article should correspond to the format IMRAD (Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion), ie you need to highlight the following sections: introduction; The aim of the study; material and research methods; research results; conclusions.
The purpose of the research (the goal should be to solve the problem or to acquire knowledge about it.The aim of the study focuses on its final result, the task of formulating questions that need to get an answer to the purpose of the research.To formulate the goal, it is desirable to use words to establish, identify, develop, prove, etc.)
Material and methods of research. This section should be short, but sufficient to allow other scientists to repeat the study, and contain three sub-divisions (other units can be added if there is such a need)
Specify the number of participants, age, sports qualification of the subjects. Please note that we have received informed consent from all the participants to participate in this experiment.
(2) Organization of research:
This summary should be short, accurate and logical (brief information about each step of the research, the duration and sequence of the experiment). Specify the devices, equipment, tests used.
(3) Statistical analysis:
In the subtitle "Statistical Analysis", authors should explain which statistical methods are used in the analysis of the data presented in the section "Research Results" and to justify their application. Statistical methods should be described in detail to ensure the verification of the results presented. The statistical values should be shown along with the data in the text, as well as in the tables and figures. At the end of the statistical analysis authors should indicate the level of significance and used statistical programs.
We draw the attention of the authors, that the editorial board does not accept the simple transfer of used methods of research.
The protocol for data collection, procedures, test parameters, measurement methods, and equipment should be described in sufficient detail to allow other scientists to reproduce the results. Reference must be made to the methods used. Little known and substantially modified methods should be described in detail, the names of the devices used should be accompanied by information about the manufacturer (name, city and country), indicated in brackets.
Providing information about participants in experiments requires their formal consent. Investigations of participants in experiments require a conscious consent, documented in the text of the manuscript. With the participation of children, experiments need to have the written consent of their parents, as mentioned in this section. The human experiments reports should indicate whether the procedure was conducted in accordance with the ethical standards of the Responsible Committee on Human Rights (Experiments or Institutional Regional) or the Helsinki Declaration of 2008.
The Editor reserves the right to require any source data from the authors at any stage during the review or publication, including after publication. Refusing to provide the requested information may delay the publication or cancel the admission.
Research results. The summary of the main research material with the full justification of the scientific results obtained (the results of research with the obligatory statistical processing of data should be presented in the form of tables, graphs, charts.) The data displayed in the tables should be substantial, complete, reliable The title of the table, the name of the graph or diagrams should
match their content. To translate data in tables and graphs is not allowed. The results of the study should be necessarily analyzed.
Discussion. This section is considered to be the most important element of a scientific article. He should maximally prove the correctness of the author's view, summing up and comparing the results of his own research and the data of other authors in confirmation of a scientific hypothesis. It is necessary to explain the essence of the received data, to evaluate possible contradictions and unexpected results, to offer further research directions.
Conclusions (short formulation of the results of the research, comprehension and generalization of the topic, as well as prospects for future research is given. The conclusions should be concise, concrete, reasonable, correspond to the purpose of the research and to be derived from the main content of the work).
After the text of the article should contain a patch list of sources used.
All sources in the literature list should be cited in the text of the article, otherwise the corresponding element should be deleted. If the article to which the link has a numeric DOI (http://www.doi.org/index.html), it must be specified.
References should contain a sufficient number of modern (over the past five years) sources on the research issue.
The list should include scientific articles of Ukrainian and foreign authors.
A reference to the authors' own work (self-citation) is allowed, but no more than 25% of the total number of sources.
If the text is in Ukrainian / Russian, then the list of literature should consist of two parts: "Sources and Literature" and "References".
The list of references "Sources and Literature" is a bibliographic description of the sources used during the preparation of the article, executed in the original language and executed in accordance with DSTU 8302: 2015: Bibliographic link. General terms and conditions of assembly (http://lib.pu.if.ua/files/dstu-8302-2015.pdf).
At the same time, if the sources used in the foreign language are used in the list, they do not need to be translated into Ukrainian / Russian.
"References" is a duplicate list of references "Sources and Literature", designed according to the APA standard (http://www.apastyle.org/) in English (and / or using transliteration).
The names of Cyrillic sources need to be transliterated, then in square brackets to translate.
Online converter: http://translit.kh.ua/#passport (Passport CMU 2010).
Use the resource to create bibliographic references for the References list:
International rules of citation and references in scientific works: methodical recommendations / authors-compilers: O. Bozhenko, Yu. Korian, M. Fedorets; rare : VS Pashkova, O. V. Voskoboinikova-Guzeva, Ya. E. Soshynska, O. M. Bruy;
1. The volume of the article - 10-15 pages of printed text (without page numbering). Text material should be prepared in MS Word editor (* .doc).
2. Sheet size - A-4, font type: Times New Roman; font size - 14, normal, lines without hyphenation (font size when using the used literature, annotations and keywords - 12); line spacing - 1.5 (line spacing for the design of used literature, annotations and key words - 1), alignment in width, paragraph -1.25 mm.
3. Page options - 2.0 cm from all sides.
4. Tables and drawings.
The number of table material and illustrations should be relevant. Digital material is provided in a table with a serial number, right-aligned (for example: Table 1), and a title (it is necessary to print above the table in bold in bold, for example: Results of the test "Culture of Interethnic Communication of the Future Teacher"). The text of the table is given in Times New Roman font, size 12, interval 1. The table format is only book.
The image should be the only graphic object (ie grouped). For drawings in Excel, you need to send an Excel file (97-2003) in addition to the article.
Illustrations should also be numbered; they must have names given outside the grouped graphic object (for example: Figure 1. Dynamics of physical ability). Illustrative material must be contrast black and white, the way of filling in charts - dashed).
Formulas (with standard numbering) must be executed in Microsoft Equation Editor. Patterns and formulas must be available for editing. All graphic objects should not be scanned.
5. The names of cyrillic sources need to be transliterated, then translate them in square brackets.
Online converter: http://translit.kh.ua/#passport (Passport CMU 2010).
Use the resource to create bibliographic references for the References list:
International rules of citation and references in scientific works: methodical recommendations / authors-compilers: O. Bozhenko, Yu. Korian, M. Fedorets; rare : VS Pashkova, O. V. Voskoboinikova-Guzeva, Ya. E. Soshynska, O. M. Bruy; Scientific and Technical Library them G. I. Denisenko of the National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kiev Polytechnic Institute"; Ukrainian Library Association. - Kyiv: UBA, 2016. - Electron. kind. - 1 electron wholesale CD (CD-ROM). - 117 s. - ISBN 978-966-97569-2-3.
6. Annotations of the article (without the word "annotation") and keywords (begin with the phrase "Keywords:", italics), in Ukrainian, Russian and English (12 digits). Before each annotation, the author's surname and initials, the title of the article (in the language in which the annotation is written) is indicated in bold type. Requirements for writing annotations: informative (the abstract should not contain general words), originality (abstract in English should not be a Ukrainian version), content (the abstract should reflect the overall content of the article and research results), structure (the abstract should reflect the logic of describing the results of the article ), quality (translation into Russian and English must be high-quality), compactness (150-250 words in each language).
7. For timely information, we ask you to send the author's certificate: the information is submitted without abbreviations (last name, first name, patronymic, academic title, position, place of work, address, telephone, e-mail.
Requirements for articles, latest issues of the journal, archive of numbers, different information - at the site of the publication: http: // pedchas.eenu.edu.ua
If the article does not meet the above requirements or its scientific level is insufficient, the editorial board does not accept it for publication.
For other questions in consultation, please contact the responsible secretary of the Kuzava Irina Borisovna (mobile tel. (095) -606-23-46).
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.