Махадиева Асель Каратаевна

Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences for Research, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Address: Nur-Sultan, Yanushkevich, room 6 109

Work phone: +7 (7172) 709544 (35103)

Mobile phone: 87019991054

Directions of scientific researches of the faculty

 Mythology and modern kazakh literature;

• Sociolinguistic direction of studying language units in a multicultural society;

• Comparative and juxtapose direction of studying languages and literatures;

• Problems of the relationship between language and consciousness, the role of language in the categorization and conceptualization of the world, the relationship of individual cognitive abilities of a person with language;

 • Scientific lingvodidactical school.

Monitoring the educational achievements of primary schools students: foreign experience in the Kazakh context (Finland, Singapore, Estonia)



Project manager – Salieva Aigul Zhanaevna, PhD, Associate Professor


Members of the research group:

Tokatlygil Yulia Sergeevna, PhD

Somzhurek Baubek Zhumashevich, PhD, Associate Professor

Zhubakova Saule Saibulatovna, Ph.D. 

Karmelyuk Anastasia Vyacheslavovna, мaster 

Shalabayeva Aikyn Yarilkasinovna, doctoral student

Ishandzhanova Dana Kosmanovna, мaster


       In Kazakhstan, there is a negative trend towards a decrease in the quality of education, as evidenced by the results of national and international assessments of the educational achievements of students in different years. There are obvious differences in the quality of knowledge of younger schoolchildren in the context of regions, types of schools, subjects, language of instruction. The problem of the research is determined by the need to develop approaches to the national monitoring research, which will allow making decisions to improve the educational process.

     The idea of the project proposal is the conceptual substantiation of monitoring the educational achievements of primary school students as a procedure designed to provide methodological support to educational organizations; development of scientific and methodological support; studying the experience of Finland, Singapore, Estonia as leading countries according to the results of international comparative studies (TIMSS, PIRLS, PISA).