Aidar Kalimullin

Aidar Kalimullin

Director Institute of Psychology and Education, KFU Professor 

Professor Aydar Kalimullin is a D.Sc. in History. He has been working in education for over 30 years starting his professional career as a history teacher at school and continuing as a university professor and academic leader at pedagogical university. 

Professor Kalimullin has experience in managing most of the structural units of Russian higher educational institutions having served as the head of a department, dean of the faculty, rector of the pedagogical university. Dr. Kalimullin has published over 100 journal articles and books. Since 2011, he has worked on the development of the new model of teacher education in Russia, implemented at Kazan Federal University. He is known in the academic world as a member of the Expert Council of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, as well as a member of the Federal Educational and Methodological Association on Teacher Education, and a co-director of the Volga region Center of the Russian Academy of Education.

 

Latest publications:

 
1) Gafurov, I., Kalimullin, A., Valeeva, R., & Rushby, N. (Eds.). (2020). Developing Teacher Competences: Key Issues and Values. Nova. https://novapublishers.com/shop/developing-teacher-competences-key-issues-and-values/
 
2) Kalimullin et al. (2020). Post-Soviet Identity and Teacher Education: Past, Present, Future. Education and Self-Development, 3(15), 145-163. https://rep.bstu.by/xmlui/bitstream/handle/data/8283/145-163.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y
 
3) Gromova, C., Khairutdinova, R., Birman, D., & Kalimullin, A. (2020). Teaching technologies for immigrant children: an exploratory study of elementary school teachers in Russia. In E. Makarova (Ed.), Acculturation and School Adjustment of Minority Students School and Family-Related Factors (pp. 51-66). Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Acculturation-and-School-Adjustment-of-Minority-Students-School-and-Family-Related/Makarova/p/book/9780367516345