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2019 | 6(1) | 1-1

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A note from the Editor-in-Chief



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Dear readers and contributors, I am delighted to share with you results of the competition announced under the program "Support for scientific journals" by the Minister of Science and Higher Education. “International Journal of Pedagogy, Innovation and New Technologies” reached the list of 500 best journals in the country. Since its first issue almost six years ago our “International Journal of Pedagogy, Innovation and New Technologies” progressed into a recognizable and competitive academic publication in the field of pedagogy and innovation. I am especially proud that our journal developed into a tight-knit community of aspiring researchers who value the power of quality writing. This development would not eventuate without our highly committed staff and contributors from Warsaw, Poland and Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine. I am beholden to all for their support, dedication and contribution. I sincerely thank you all for your effort. Looking at this year’s submissions, I am proud to see the various authors and research that we have been honoured to exhibit. We are thrilled to see fresh perspectives on scientific research that our organization promotes. In our 10th edition, we feature 12 international manuscripts, commencing with the article “The Motivational role of intuitive lawin the views of Leon Petrażycki” by Professor Anna Drabarek, 2019. The article concentrates on a controversy arisen around the view expressed by Leon Petrażycki proposing a division into intuitive and positive law. A special attention is given to two articles presented in our journal. “Identifying and overcoming barriers to gender equality in Tanzanian schools: Educators’ reflections” by Associate Professor Shelley Jones. This article reports on an action research study that took place during a one-week professional development course focused on establishing gender equality in primary schools, held in a Teachers’ College in Southern Tanzania. “Threats for adults aged 45+ associated with technological development” by Dr Jakub Jerzy Czarkowski, and Sylwia Strzelec. The article investigates a new phenomenon of a society based on knowledge and new areas posing the danger of social exclusion. I would again like to thank all for their determined and substantial knowledge sharing and look forward to another stimulating year ahead in 2020. Professor Maciej Tanaś Editor-in-Chief





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