About Journal

 “Magister Dixit” is a scientific and pedagogical journal of Eastern Siberia. The periodical is intended for educators, teachers, post-graduate students and all those who would like to conceive modern in-depth and problematic educational processes. It is a quarterly multilingual (Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian, Kazakh, Chinese, English, German, French and Spanish) academic journal of EurAsian Linguistic Institute, affiliate of Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Moscow State Linguistic University” (FSBEI HPE “MSLU” EaLI). Published since 2011, maximum 50 MB, Web page format.
The journal is registered by Federal Service for Supervision of Mass Media, Communications and Protection of Cultural Heritage. Registration Certificate PI № FS 77 – 44131 March 09, 2011. The journal has international number ISSN 2226-2156. The journal’s mission is to unite efforts of scholars, public school teachers, practicing educators of secondary, specialized, vocational, higher educational institutions, post-graduate students, senior students and develop the field of common scientific communication, bridge the gap between publications of regional and federal level.
ESPJ of Eastern Siberia “Magister Dixit” specializes in the following majors of research workers in terms of the active nomenclature list:

- general pedagogy, history of pedagogy and education
13.00.08 - theory and methodology of professional education (pedagogic sciences)
13.00.02 - theory and methodology of education and upbringing (various subject matters)
levels of general and professional education
19.00.07 - pedagogical psychology
19.00.13 - developmental psychology, acmeology
10.01.01 - Russian literature
10.02.01 - Russian language
10.02.04 - German languages
10.02.05 - Roman languages
10.02.19 - theory of language
10.02.20 - comparative, typological and contrastive linguistics
07.00.02 - Russian history
07.00.03 - general history
07.00.10 - history of science and technology
08.00.00 - economic sciences
09.00.00 - philosophic sciences