Dialectics of Correlation of the School Student Personality Socialization and Individualization in Pedagogical Theory and Practice
Anvar N. Khuziakhmetov & Ramis R. Nasibullov
pp. 475-487 | Article Number: iejme.2016.046
Personality socialization has gained a versatile coverage though it is not sufficiently investigated in the context of radically changing social-economic and political situation in society; this circumstance provides the relevance of the studied problem. The objective of the paper is to substantiate theoretically and prove experimentally an integrative concept of dialectic correlation between socialization and individualization of school student’s personality, creation of an integrative model of socialization and individualization of the learner’s personality, development of social-pedagogical mechanisms of the school student’s personality formation as a result of socialization and individualization interaction in the context of training and education. The leading method to the research of this problem is the dialectic research method of development of society and the human allowing to reveal the following objective natural tendencies influencing relations between socialization and individualization of the school student personality: acceleration of reorientation of society to human’s goals; integration of social values; development of self-organization as a priority of social life; acceleration of interaction and mutual enrichment of national cultures; dynamic nature of social development; accelerating moving to human and society systemic goals, etc. Research resulted in identification of processes involved in personality developments; they are presented by analysis of personality problem, ways of its development and education. The paper covers the personality structure, periodization of personality development in ontogenesis and stages of its formation at school age, internal dynamics of personality development and establishing of its individuality. Materials from the papers can be useful to pedagogues, teachers and researchers studying issues of training and education.
Keywords: Socialization; individualization; correlation; personality; school student; theory; practice
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Features of Semantic Spaces of Students’ Mental State Image in Dynamics of Time
Alexander O. Prokhorov, Albert V. Chernov & Mark G. Yusupov
pp. 489-498 | Article Number: iejme.2016.047
An increasing interest of scientists in processes of person’s self-knowledge, their place in subject and social world, and representation of this knowledge in human’s consciousness determined the relevance of the research. The study of semantic spaces is of specific importance as a mental state represents an individual subjective phenomenon of human mentality, and determination of universal regularities in their representation can also reveal regularities in the formation of world image and structure of ideas about it. The paper concentrates on the identification of semantic spaces of a figurative level of mental representations of students’ mental states. The following are the leading methods applied to research this problem: associative experiment, semantic differential and method of subjective scaling to reveal the degree of similarity characteristic to semantic spaces of students’ mental states. Content analysis, correlation and factorial analyses, and the assessment of proximity / remoteness of state images according to empirical (average) data on the basis of paired comparison were applied in results processing. The paper provides associative characteristics, categorical grounds and proximity / remoteness of state images in increasing time spans. The comparative analysis of semantic spaces of students’ mental states images in different time spans was carried out. The specificity of semantic spaces of states images, their proximity / remoteness, categorization and regularities of structuring in dynamics of time are identified. It is proved that the greatest similarity of actual state image was found with the state image which will occur in a week, and the least – with the state image experienced a year ago. The research results are of practical importance; they explain the mechanism of mental states self-regulation: transition from one mental state to another by means of their semantic spaces proximity in consciousness of students.
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Ways to Help the Child Cope with Anxiety?
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pp. 499-511 | Article Number: iejme.2016.048
The relevance of the chosen topic is determined by the fact that the number of children experiencing restlessness, uncertainty and emotional instability is increasing; such children are considered anxious. Therefore the relevance of issues covered in the paper is apparent. The paper provides experimental data to confirm the necessity to prevent and correct school anxiety in primary school children. The purpose of the research was to study anxiety in primary school children and render correctional and preventive help at an early stage of school training in due time. Results were collected before and after the developing program was realized. Batteries of tests were applied for diagnostics. According to the goal of the research the following methods were used: theoretical (analysis, comparison, generalization); empirical (pedagogical experiment, testing). By means of the developing program we could help children to overcome increased restlessness, uncertainty and emotional instability. Reliability of obtained results is statistically proved. Materials from the article are of practical value for psychologists in the sphere of education, high school teachers and teachers working with anxious children and their parents.
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Teenage Students’ Tolerance Formation
Gulfiia G. Parfilova & Lilia Sh. Karimova
pp. 513-523 | Article Number: iejme.2016.049
The relevance of the chosen topic is determined by the fact that unfortunately tolerance does not appear as the goal set of upbringing of teenagers in secondary school environment. Despite the fact that teachers are aware of the importance of tolerance, they do not perform focused actions on formation and development of tolerance in teenage school children. The purpose of the research was to study and diagnose tolerance in children of secondary school age, as well as to develop and implement programs aimed at the formation of tolerance in adolescents. In compliance with the goal, the following methods have been selected: theoretical (study and analysis of psycho-pedagogical and methodological literature on the study, comparison, generalization), empirical (ascertaining, forming, and control experiment), diagnostic techniques "Properties of a tolerant person", "Tolerant personality traits", "Methods of tolerant behavior diagnosis". These methods allowed diagnosing increasing knowledge about tolerance and awareness of tolerant behavior in adolescents. The experiment involved 50 teenagers of Kazan Aviation Physics and Mathematics Lyceum №145. There was used the complex of diagnostic techniques for tolerance determination: "Properties of a tolerant person". "Tolerant personality traits", "Methods of tolerant behavior diagnosis". On the basis of the results of ascertaining experiment there was developed the program containing forms and methods of personal tolerance formation in teenage students. Statistical analysis of empirical research was carried out by means of standard techniques of mathematical statistics (Student’s t-test, Wilcoxon matched pairs test, G signed rank test, Pearson correlation coefficient). The research paper provides practical value for psychologists, supervisors and deputy directors for educational work in schools. It should be noted that collected and evaluated data can be applied to adolescents in education process in general education institutions.
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Development of Project Abilities in Primary School Students
Natalya N. Kalatskaya & Albina R. Drozdikova–Zaripova
pp. 525-537 | Article Number: iejme.2016.050
Increasing need of the society in people capable to treat any changes creatively and to solve existing problems unconventionally and qualitatively proves the relevance of the paper. Among professional competences the teacher is supposed to master, there has appeared a requirement to develop school students’ project abilities: to single out a problem, to find the way to solve it, to set a goal, to plan the course of its achievement, to analyze obtained result in compliance with the objective and way of its achievement, to see a new problem etc. In this regard, the paper is focused on the formation of project abilities in primary school students. The leading methods to the research of this problem are the following: theoretical - study and analysis of pedagogical, psychological and methodical literature on the research problem; empirical – testing, questioning, pedagogical experiment; methods of research results processing (qualitative and quantitative analysis). The paper covers experimental research results on the implementation of the developing program "We Project. We Create. We Study"; positive dynamics in formation of school students’ project abilities has been achieved. Materials from the paper are of practical value for primary school teachers, psychologists and parents of younger school-age children.
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Imitation Methods in Teaching Decision-Making to Students of Medical Faculties
Kseniya V. Pyrkova & Tatyana V. Ryabova
pp. 539-548 | Article Number: iejme.2016.051
Urgency of an issue addressed in the article is due to the fact that practice-oriented student teaching requires not only mastering of medical manipulations, but psychological readiness for professional activities as well. The aim of the article is to develop a model of psycho-pedagogical training of medical students for effective interaction skills and decision-making. The leading methods of the given problem study are imitation interactive methods, performance and activities of the students themselves with a teacher as a coordinator being the primary source of pedagogical process resources, when these methods are applied. It is shown in the article that application of imitation methods in student teaching are found to contribute to practical skills formation and enhancement in communicative, cognitive, emotional-volitional and motivation spheres at three levels (reproductive, productive and creative ones). The information given in this article may be helpful to the teachers of psycho–pedagogical disciplines, when teaching students to professional decision making as a component of the psychological readiness for professional activities in practice.
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Transcommunicative Model of Development of Ecological Culture of the Participants of the Educational Process
Vera P. Zeleeva & Elena V. Asafova
pp. 549-558 | Article Number: iejme.2016.052
The relevance of this research is on the one hand caused by the need of ecological culture as integral part of the general culture of the personality, on the other, by the existence of the contradictions in the environmentally oriented education, which aren't allowing to form an ecological position of the personality. In this regard this research is directed to clarification of a role of a communicative event in a pedagogical dialogue and to the creation of the model allowing to develop ecological culture of the participants of educational process. The integrated pedagogical approach based on the communicative system of the personality and his or her manifestation in the communicative act became leading in research of the problem. The theoretical and logical analysis of the data obtained from the questionnaires drove us to the conclusion that for the development of an ecological culture there is a need to create a communicative event for value exchange in the teacher-student dialogue. The necessary conditions for the development of the ecological culture of the students and the teachers are revealed. The article suggests transcommunicative model of the development of a personal ecological culture. The basic components of a personal ecological culture have been outlined: ecological values, ecological credo, ecological position. The definition of the model as transcommunicative stresses the presence of the transpersonal level of communication and, therefore, the actualization of the meanings common to all mankind. Materials of the article are of practical value considering a possibility of developing the environmentally oriented education based upon the transcommunicative model.
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Interrelation of Aggression with Reflexivity and World Image in Students of the Pedagogical Profile as an Opportunity to Improve Their Psychological Health
Marina E. Valiullina
pp. 559-568 | Article Number: iejme.2016.053
The development of unique techniques aimed to increase and stabilize levels of young men and girls’ psychological health whose after- graduation profession will be connected with pedagogical activity characterized by an accelerating rate of various innovations in education process and requirements to training quality, need in life-long self-education to increase competitiveness and improved communicative skills to obtain and use information provides the relevance of the studied problem. The objective of the paper is to consider intensity and peculiarities of manifestation and interdependence of such characteristics as aggression, reflexivity and ideas of the world (first of all, its social aspects) in students of different genders going to get engaged in pedagogical activity in future. Research methods of testing and questioning were used in the course of empirical research. The study revealed that the intensity of certain characteristics manifestations concerning aggression, world image and reflexivity differs in students due to their gender. Gender distinctions are observed in the structure of interrelations between characteristics of aggression and indicators of world image and reflexivity. Materials from the paper can be useful for elaboration of psychology-pedagogical educational programs promoting psychological health strengthening, namely: formation of positive relation to the world, mastering skills of mental states self-control and reflexivity with gender and individual-psychological features of students trained according to a pedagogical profile in view.
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pp. 569-581 | Article Number: iejme.2016.054
Experimental investigations of interrelation between mental states and cognitive processes are especially, important in the sphere of learning activity. Employment of their interaction mechanisms in an educational process facilitates advancement of the learning activity efficiency of the school children and students gives an opportunity for establishment of well-grounded methods of the cognitive processes activation and the mental states self-regulation during learning sessions. The study is aimed at investigation of reflexive, conceptual and dynamic properties of interaction of the mental states and the cognitive processes in the course of real learning activity of students. A dynamic system approach and an "interaction" concept were taken as major methods for investigation of the stated problem allowing to identify the psychological mechanisms of interaction between states and cognitive processes. The article shows that reflexivity and personal meaning of an educational situation mediate interrelation of the mental states and the cognitive processes of a person. There were determined psychological measurements favoring effective interaction between the mental states and the cognitive processes. They include sufficiently high level of reflexivity and personal meaning focused on the learning activity realization and solution of its tasks (process-related personal meaning). The obtained results may be of interest for the investigators studying the problem of interrelation between emotion and cognition as well as for teachers and students concerning themselves with psychological technologies in order to enhance the learning activity efficiency.
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Psychological Features of Parent-Child Relationships Families Having Children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Pavel N. Afanasyev & Marina V. Fedorenko
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The paper describes the experimental study of psycho diagnostic characteristics of parent-child relationships in families with a child with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. In the study we used the following methodics: a questionnaire "The analysis of family relationships"; the methodic of studying the parental convictions (PARI - parental attitude research instrument); projective methodic to study specific - personal, emotional relationships of the child with other people. The leading breeding style in families with a child under school age, who has cancer, is indulgence hyper protection. Mother in an effort to help her sick children tends to establish the optimal emotional contact, but despite that fact they have faulty convictions too, which are at the level of trends. Children with leukemia are in need of both mother and father, but the couple of parents is under-represented in the child's mind. The critically ill children of preschool age reveal the two opposing trends: the desire to communicate and dominant in a group of children and a desire for solitude. This contradiction finds its expression in the conflictness and aggressiveness of a child. The materials presented in the article are of practical value for doctors, psychologists, volunteers and other people who work in the departments of palliative care and in the departments of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology information activities.
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On Formation of Ethnical Identity of a Child in Multicultural Environment of Preschool Education
Valentina F. Petrova
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The relevance of the research issue is explained in terms of necessity to form positive ethnical identification of a human in a changing multicultural society. The ethnical identity is one of the characteristic features of a human’s personality; the foundation is laid in early childhood. The preschool age is the most important period in forming the self-awareness, the ethnical identity being the part of it. The aim of the article is to show how the problem is solved in kindergartens in the multicultural environment of preschool education observed in the multinational Volga region of the Russian Federation – the Republic of Tatarstan. The methods used in the article are based on the axiological approach in which the human is perceived as the highest value of society and the aim of the societal development; the personality-oriented approach which helps to define both individual personal characteristics and social ones showing the place of a human in society. The result of the research is the recommendations to educators of preschool educational institutions to organize multicultural education of children referring to their ethnical identity. The materials can be useful for everyone who deals with preschool children and train teachers to work in preschool educational institutions.
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Kseniya V. Pyrkova
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The growth of students’ international mobility and difficulties which international students meet, state of maladjustment manifested, first of all, at the psychophysical level suggests the relevance of the paper. In this regard, the paper is aimed to reveal features of international students’ adaptation (in case of students from India) in comparison with native students. The leading method to the research is experimental-psychological testing aimed to identify features of international students’ adaptation according to the following criteria: level of stress, qualities of life and indicators of psychological-symptomatic status. The paper covers features of international first-year students’ adaptation: low degree of stress load (with tendency to threshold resistance); higher values of quality of life indicators and adaptation indicators in comparison with control groups. Analysis of psychological symptomatic status revealed a tendency to "somatization". Indicators of adaptation are directly connected with the state of mental and physical health. Materials from the paper can be useful in practical and theoretical work of teachers, heads of educational institutions; specialists in educational and social work, psychologists participating in programs of psychological and social support of international students.
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The Development of Teenagers’ Responsible and Creative Attitude to Learning Activity
Albina R. Drozdikova–Zaripova & Natalya N. Kalatskaya
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Social reality in education of present day youth capable to think independently and creatively, to implement their plans, to aware and be responsible for the results of their activity provides the relevance of the paper. The objective of the research is to verify experimentally psychology-pedagogical conditions aimed to develop teenagers’ responsible and creative attitude to learning activity. Pedagogical experiment in a parallel variant is applied as the leading method in the research of this problem. 60 teenagers (aged between 12-13 years) studying at comprehensive schools of the Republic of Tatarstan (Russia) took part in the empirical research. The complex of diagnostic techniques to identify cognitive-informative, emotional-motivational and effective-volitional components of teenagers’ responsible and creative attitude to learning activity is used in the work. The paper suggests results of experimental work testifying to the efficiency of psychology-pedagogical conditions aimed to develop teenagers’ responsible and creative attitude to learning activity. The following conditions are treated as necessary in training and educational process: introduction of a set of programs aimed to form learners’ ideas of responsibility and creativity, to develop motives of duty and responsibility within the frames of academic subjects, motives of creative self-expression and their interrelation, formation of an adequate self-assessment, and emotional, volitional and communicative qualities of the personality necessary for implementation of successful creative and social-responsible activity; initiation of school students’ creative and responsible attitude through their independent educational creative activity; encouragement of teenagers to use their competences in school educational environment (including extra-curricular time, e.g. work with underachievers, patronage of primary school children, etc.). Statistical processing of empirical research data was carried out by means of standard methods of mathematical statistics (Student t-criterion, methods of correlation data analysis). Materials from the paper are of practical value for teachers and psychologists of educational institutions.
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Teaching Staff Training for Work in the Context of Inclusive Education
Ekaterina A. Kirillova & Aliya T. Faizrakhmanova
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The relevance of the considered problem is substantiated by the extension of inclusive education in the world and the necessity to train highly qualified teaching staff possessing a profound level of theoretical and practical preparation, tolerant and empathic to those having special needs. The objective of the article is to study the issue of teaching staff training for work in the context of inclusive education. The leading research methods are: questioning, observation, analysis. The authors have carried-out the questioning of school teachers, tutors of preschool educational institutions, higher school teachers, analyzed the current situation, revealed teachers’ attitude to work in an inclusive educational institution, their shortcomings as professionals. The questioning results allowed to elaborate the program of advanced training courses aimed to regard every side of vocational training: theoretical, psychological, practical and cultural. The presented program may be useful for teachers starting their work with special needs children in the context of inclusive education and for higher school students’ vocational training.
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Gender Characteristics of Communicative Culture in Future Teachers
Ludmila A. Auhadeeva, Iskander E. Yarmakeev & Aver E. Aukhadeev
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Successful interaction of subjects of educational processes depends on the level of teachers’ communicative culture as an integral part of a holistic pedagogical process, as a means and conditions for the implementation of all tasks, functions and professional activities. It determines the social, professional and personal significance of modern teachers’ communicative culture. The article addresses the issues related to the improvement of the quality in the field of teacher education and teacher communicative skills in terms of the competence and gender approaches. Communicative competence is presented as "a metacompetency" and "an integral", concrete expression of communicative culture in the person, which is highly significant in the professional preparation of teachers. Communicative culture of teachers is understood as a qualitative humanistic feature and the highest level of communicative competence. The gender approach, in its turn, is seen as a way of developing a personality, meeting international standards. Gender features of communicative culture in future teachers make it possible to ensure the success of gender socialization and the development of gender stereotypes in students. Thus, the purpose of this study is to define gender characteristics of communicative culture in future teachers as a condition for the effectiveness of their professional activities. The article discusses the results of empirical research (diagnostics) of the actual state and the features of communicative culture manifestations, caused by gender differences in students – future teachers. It also identifies their most important indicators, factors of communicative culture and gender features. We used the method of multivariate regression analysis to process the obtained data. The research results have proved the presence of gender-communication culture of performance in future teachers. If taken into account, it has a significant impact on the professional and personal development of the teacher. The study of gender features of students’ communicative culture is important for determining the strategy and tactics of developing the skills future teachers need to implement gender mainstreaming in education. We see a systemic purposeful formation of communicative culture in future teachers, based on gender characteristics, as a prerequisite for the improvement of the quality in the field of modern teacher education and as one of the main trends in its modernization.
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To the Problem of Formation of the Professional Teachers’ Competence in the Questions of the Diagnostics and Correction of Writing Disorders in Primary-School Children
Gulnara V. Valiullina
pp. 695-704 | Article Number: iejme.2016.065
The problem of the current article is shaped by the necessity of the formation of primary government school teachers’ readiness and skills to conduct correctional and pedagogical learning process with scholars with difficulties of writing activity’s formation. The aim of the article was to conduct the program of formation of the professional teacher’s competence regarding the questions of the diagnostics and correction of writing disorders in primary-school children. The leading method was the method of construction of the teacher’s qualification improvement’s program in revealing and overcome of writing disorders in children with disabilities allowing a complex solution to the problem shaped as a goal-directed process. Special pedagogic conditions of the formation of the professional teacher’s competence are uncovered in the article, that include methodologic (realisation of the approach to the language situation of the region), methodic (change of approaches to the preparation, transformation and improvement of the qualification of the primary school teachers based on the peculiarities of the speech development of children from multinational region), organisational (realisation of the educational programs for primary-school teachers for work with children having difficulties in formation of writing skills). Materials of the article are having practical implication for the preparation of the future university teaching staff, and also for a system of qualification and education of the pedagogic staff.
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Influence of Mental States on Reflexive Processes in Academic Activity
Alexander O. Prokhorov, Albert V. Chernov & Mark G. Yusupov
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The increasing role of mental states in students’ academic activity makes the studied problem relevant. The research of mental states is integrated with the appeal to regulatory mechanisms in which reflexive processes play the leading role. The goal of the present paper is to establish the way mental states influence the realization of reflexive processes in students during their academic activity. Correlation data analysis and subsequent highlighting of structure elements as well as multiple-factor dispersive analysis (ANOVA) are leading methods applied to do the research into this problem. Features of reflection change due to qualitative characteristics of states are shown: modality, content, sign, duration and intensity, and the level of students’ regulatory abilities. The specificity of mental states impact on the course of reflexive processes of recognition, awareness and identification is established. "Leading" (core) structural elements are considered in reflection and mental states integration. The significant role of personality’s regulatory abilities in students’ reflexive processes and mental conditions interaction is revealed. Research results are of certain practical value as they explain the role of mental states in realization of reflexive processes in students’ academic activity
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Theory and Practice of Moral Education in the History of Tatarstan Pedagogical School
Ramis R. Nasibullov, Ilnar F. Yarullin & Ilnur R. Fatkullov
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The relevance of the studied problem is substantiated by the fact that interest in issues of spiritual and moral development and personality formation around the world increased in the second half of the 20th century: it became obvious that social problems cannot be solved without strengthening of attention to human’s moral education. The objective of the paper is theoretical understanding of historical-pedagogical material on the issue of moral education, development on its basis pedagogical conditions aimed to form senior school students’ moral education, and methodical recommendations necessary for teachers-practitioners. The leading method to the research of this problem is historical-pedagogical experience of Tatarstan school about senior school students’ moral education which enables to reveal theory-methodological prerequisites for system organization of class teacher, bodies of students' self-government and public joint activity on moral education of school students. A number of aspects of pedagogical thought development which, supplementing each other, serve as historical and social prerequisites determining current state and internal logic of Tatarstan educational school formation and act as methodological foundations for solution of the investigated problem are revealed. Generalized results of analysis of theory and practice of moral education represented in pedagogical literature; moral ethical standards of Islam and Christianity as a source of spiritual-moral personality formation, and also works of Tatarstan scientific-pedagogical community on problems of moral education in a transition period make methodological foundations.
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The Formation of Communicative Competence in Terms of Higher Education
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Creativity in Joint Activity of Teacher and Student in the Learning Process
Anvar N. Khuziakhmetov & Rashida G. Gabdrakhmanova
pp. 735-745 | Article Number: iejme.2016.069
The problem of this study is relevant. For student, future physics teacher, values education is poorly formed. This is an important factor that will influences the adaptation of students in University. The article reveals the necessity of a theoretical substantiation of creativity in joint activity of teacher and student in the learning process, as one of the values of education, which must be formed among first-year students, future teachers of physics, for successful adaptation to the educational process at the University. The experiment is the leading method in the study of this problem, among the methods, which were used by us. The formative experiment has shown that there have been significant changes in relation to the values of education in the process of adaptation of first-year students, future teachers of physics. This article focuses on a set of values, where the value of creativity in joint activity of teacher and student in the learning process is included. As a result of the pedagogical experiment implementation, the significance level of the values of education has increased in the first year students – future teachers of physics. And students appreciated the necessity of in joint activity of teacher and student in the learning process. The article will be useful to curators of student groups, high school teachers, heads of departments, as these materials can be used in their work with the students of the first courses of higher educational institutions, as well as for researchers in organizing and carrying out the experiment on the problem in the educational organization of the higher school.
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Study of Orphanage Children’s Value Orientations
Gulfiia G. Parfilova & Roza A. Valeeva
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The process of human’s socialization occurs throughout his life, as well as in different social groups. The immediate environment is a family, kindergarten, schoolmates, teachers, family, university, labor collective. These are all social groups with a variety of norms and values. Valuable orientations of the person form the setting for activities that largely dictates the orientation of the social behavior of the individual in his daily life. They perform an integrative function in society, forming the strongest foundation of the public system. The most urgent today is the issue of the peculiarities of valuable orientations of children who are brought up in the orphanage formation. In spite of the existence of foster care and adoptive families, a significant proportion of the Russian orphan children are brought up in state institutions, where the process of their socialization occurs. The aim of the research is to study and diagnose the Russian orphanage children’s value orientations formation with all its components aggregated. 52 children of Laishevo orphanage, Republic of Tatarstan took part in the empirical study. To study children’s value orientations we have applied procedure of value orientations investigation. During our research terminal and instrumental values of boys and girls living in orphanages were identified. On the basis of the received results, recommendations of special psychological and pedagogical work organization to increase the level of the orphanage children positive value orientations are given.
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The Use of Problem-Based Technologies in Multicultural Education of Future Teachers
Valerian F. Gabdulchakov, Elvira G. Galimova & Olga V. Yashina
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The relevance of the problem under study is determined by the necessity to intensify practical effect of multicultural education when future teachers education on the one hand and the absence of algorithms of effective use of pedagogical technologies at universities on the other hand. In this respect the aim of the research presented in the article is to define the appropriate algorithm of using pedagogical technologies in multicultural education. The leading method in the problem research is project method which allows grouping the system of active methods and identify the best algorithm (curriculum) for using problem-based technologies. As as a result of examining different combinations (algorithms) of using these technologies we established that optimality (effectiveness) of multicultural education at university can be achieved at the teaching level by progressing from communicative technology to critical thinking technology, then to case-study technology, module learning, project technology, problem-based learning and moderation technology with an expert problem seminar at the end; at the level of study - by progressing from understanding the problem, determining the ways for solving the problem, selecting arguments before discussing the ways of problem solving and summing up at expert problem seminar. The article materials can be useful for pedagogical university teachers.
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Information Streams of Education Content Integrative Designing at a Federal University
Galia I. Kirilova & Vera K. Vlasova
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Modern university education is aimed to provide a future expert with knowledge and experience of professional activity in the context of information society development and innovative knowledge-intensive production. At the same time information the teacher should be furnished with to implement own designing activity in the context of new education content formation is getting actual. Such designing is gaining an integrative character and becomes essential in the environment of controlled information streams. The paper reveals the phenomenon of education content integrative designing, features and invariant requirements to its content adequate to current trends of university education development, and ensures the unity and specificity of educational, scientific, production and social spheres of education content implementation realized within the selection of a variable logistic trajectory of its designing. The leading approaches to research the ways of integrative designing were system analysis of dynamic information educational environment and modeling of a logistic structure of information streams of educational purpose. The paper reveals the double-circuit organization of data exchange in the course of education content designing within which internal streams provide disciplinary differentiation, and external streams provide integration of disciplines, training profiles and educational structures. The paper develops subject - subject and subject – object exchange of information between educational organizations and society, between governing structures and divisions, between students and teachers in information educational environment of education content integrative designing. The paper proves that integration of information streams is a key idea to solve problems of timely and high-quality integrative designing of innovative education content. Practical significance of materials from the paper is that on the basis of described procedures the realization of developed functions and established interactions can be transferred to links of the information environment, and exchange of information becomes mediated by information resources and agents of educational purpose. The practical importance consists in the detailed and experimentally approved organization of an integration link regulating information exchanges in the course of designing and educational activity of subjects and agents of educational process.
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Psychological Alienation Problem in Moral and Ethical Psychology of Personality
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The relevance of the research is determined by the fact, that ethical problem in psychology is far from a complete solution, what is connected with the fact, that psychology hasn’t learned enough a huge reservoir of knowledge about the morality accumulated in the philosophical and religious sources. The purpose of work - to reveal the psychological alienation, as a category of moral and ethical personality psychology on an example of isolation of employees in organizations from their corporate culture, which includes moral and ethical markers in their behavioral activity. The general method of this research is experiment, which allows revealing the content of the psychological alienation, as a category of moral and ethical personality psychology, on theoretical and diagnostic level. The work presents the author's understanding of the phenomenon of psychological alienation within the socio-psychological activity of subjects of professional activity and shows the results of an experimental research of the factors of psychological alienation’s overcoming in the corporate culture of the productive organizations. The practical significance of the work is determined by the inclusion of psychological alienation in categorical field of moral and ethical psychology of personality and by allocation of factors of overcoming of psychological alienation as a failure mechanism of corporate culture, what opens the opportunities for the creating effective educational technologies of forming and developing moral and ethical regulation of employee’s behavior in various organizations.
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The Potential of «Family Pedagogy» Discipline in the Formation of Students’ Family Values
Gulnara F. Biktagirova
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This article aims to use the potential of the social and educational nature of the "Family Pedagogy" course on the formation of the students' family values and the experimental study of their effectiveness. Leading forms and methods in the study of this problem are the observation, interviews, questionnaires, psychological tests and pedagogical experiment that allows to verify the effectiveness of the proposed content, forms and methods of family values formation among students. The article deals with the timeliness and importance of the problem of family values formation among the students; the potential of the "Family Pedagogy" discipline; the current state of the problem in the psychological and educational literature; particular components of family values, the basic stages of its formation among students; theoretical and experimental study of the family values formation among the students in the framework of "Family Pedagogy" discipline, proves the effectiveness of the developed program for the family values formation. The paper experimentally proved the need to develop and test a variety of forms and methods for the family values formation among the students with the use of social and educational potential of the "Family Pedagogy" course
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Formation of Psychological Readiness for Professional Activity: Competence Approach
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Cognitive Space of Professional Training of Students
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pp. 829-841 | Article Number: iejme.2016.078
Relevance of this problem is caused by the fact that the question of definition of cognitive space and its role in professional training of students is insufficiently developed. In this regard this article is directed to reveal the cognitive components promoting updating of subject matter of education and bringing out its priority parties. The leading technologies of research of this problem are technologies of cognitive activity, research technologies, technologies of creative development, technology of mastering of speech activity types with adequate speech making, self-activization, personification, etc. Results of the done work during which students have mastered the main functions of cognitive activity, the professional and communicative importance of cognitive components in aspect of expediency and relevance of their use are reflected in the article. Materials of article can be used in practical professional activity of higher educational institution teachers and comprehensive school teachers.
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Nadezhda P.Yachina & Rezeda K.Khurmatulina
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The relevance of the problem in question is stipulated by the increasing role of the teacher and his professional competence in the successful solution of innovative social pedagogical problems of the new educational paradigm; by the more significant role of the teacher’s monitoring activity in the improvement of quality of general education. It is as well determined by the fulfilled conscious need of the teacher to develop the monitoring competence as a component of his pedagogical mastery. The aim of the article is formulation, theoretical justification and implementation of the model of the teacher’s monitoring competence and pedagogical conditions of its efficient realization in a comprehensive institution. The main approaches of the research are personal active, competence-based and monitoring with the primary cognition principle being dialectical. The mentioned approaches crucially reflect the peculiarities of scientific cognition as well as of the process of the teacher’s monitoring competence. The research found structural functional components of the monitoring competence of the teacher (motivational, cognitive, projective), which reflect its specific systemic characteristics: the typology of teacher basing on his involvement in the monitoring activities has been determined (the main determined types are reproductive, constructive, innovative, creative); the model of the monitoring competence of the teacher in a comprehensive institution has been designed and explained. The model comprises a set of interconnected stages: orientation-motivational, contensive, operational active, result evaluating.
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Education for Parents with Disabled Children: How to Participate in Inclusive Education Support
Anna I. Akhmetzyanova & Guzel G. Saitgaleeva
pp. 859-865 | Article Number: iejme.2016.080
Timeliness of the problem stated in the following article is determined by the fact that the parents who give their disabled children inclusive education should not only be highly-competent for supporting, but they should be ready to change their way of thinking concerning active interaction with teachers and immediate help to the child with some problems occurring in the process of education. Aim of the article is to form certain training models for parents bringing up a disabled child; these models are meant to prepare parents for participation in the process of inclusive education for child with disability. Main research method for this problem was modeling, which let us see the problem as an aim-targeted and well-organized process of knowledge and parental skills enhancement, that are necessary for effective supporting of the disabled child with his/her life and education. Structure of the presented life and education support training model for parents with disabled children includes purposeful, methodological, informative and effective components. The model is targeted at giving parents new knowledge about inclusive education for children with disability and at improving life and educational support skills. Teaching parents in accordance with this program is the main condition for improving the quality of educational and social inclusion of disabled children. The information given in the article might be of practical use for specialists and teachers from educational organizations, who implement educational inclusion by means of parents and family’s potential in disabled education for disabled children; for specialists from inclusion education resource centers as a part of educational support trainings for parents with disabled children.
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Isuues of Future Teachers’ Civil Responsibility Development
Ilnar F. Yarullin, Ramis R. Nasibullov & Guzel R. Nasibullova
pp. 867-880 | Article Number: iejme.2016.081
The urgency of the paper considering issues of future teachers’ civil responsibility development is substantiated by transformations occurring nowadays in the spiritual sphere of Russian society that demand intellectual, active citizens as strengthening of state foundations and public life depends in many respects on higher school students’ participation in political life, on political and legal culture of future voters. The paper aims to reflect the problem of future teachers’ civil responsibility development as today the objective of higher school students’ education has to be the formation of a citizen of a free democratic state who is provided with all rights and conferred all commitments allowing them to develop freely within civil society space. The leading research methods to this problem are theoretical (comparative and logical analysis, synthesis, generalization, modeling) and empirical (study of archival and normative documents on the problem, study and synthesis of innovative experiment of higher education institutions aimed to form a civil responsibility in students, conversations, questioning, polls and purposeful observation over student's youth activity, methods of mathematical statistics, pedagogical experiment on future teachers’ civil responsibility development). In general, results of experimental work suggest confirmation of the hypotheses about future teachers’ civil responsibility development. Materials from the paper can be useful to higher school teachers, school teachers and students trained in the pedagogical direction.
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The State and Prospects of Development of Problem-Based Learning in Higher Education
Gasanguseyn I. Ibragimov, Elena M. Ibragimova & Lily T. Bakulina
pp. 881-889 | Article Number: iejme.2016.082
Relevance of the work due to the need to resolve the contradiction between the new requirements for future professionals associated with the presence of experts formed by the ability to see, to identify and find solutions to problems that arise in their professional activity and the lack of readiness of teachers to implement the learning process of these requirements. The purpose of the article is to substantiate the thesis that the problem-based learning in a modern high school is objectively demanded as a basic foundation training. The methodological basis of the study was a systematic, competence and problem approaches. We used methods of study, analysis and synthesis of innovative experience of high school, the requirements of employers to the graduates, the latest scientific and educational literature in the field of didactics of vocational schools. The main results are that: The basic requirements for a modern model of learning in higher education; It justified the conclusion that in today's higher education Problem-based learning should be seen as a basic type of training that allows you to integrate educational opportunities and other learning technologies; revealed three major trends in the development of problem-based learning: the formation of an active problem-interactive learning technology, which is based on the interaction of at least three core technologies - the problem, and an interactive computer-based training; extension of the core of didactic teaching aids the creation of problematic situations in order to create all sorts of competencies; active development of integrative forms of realization of problem-based learning (problem-situational, problem-activity, problem-modular, task-design, problem-targeted, problem-playing, etc.). Materials may be useful to those skilled in the field of didactics of general and higher education, post-graduate students, university professors and secondary education system.
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Art Therapy as a Means of Overcoming Aggressiveness in Adolescents
Ramilya Sh. Kasimova & Gulnara F. Biktagirova
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The article in concentrated on the development of students` vocational training program in terms of social partnership and experimental study of its efficiency. The leading methods of this problem study are the following: observations, monitoring, questioning, psychological testing and pedagogical experiment that allows checking of the efficiency of the given art-therapy program on the overcoming of adolescents` aggressiveness within school environment. The paper reveals the determination of "aggression" in psychological and pedagogical literature; explores the role of art-therapy in overcoming of aggression; defines the forms and methods of overcoming of adolescents` aggressiveness; reveals the features of adolescents` aggressiveness; proves the efficiency of the developed art-therapy program called "World without aggression". The main provisions of the article may be used in the organization of similar work in the secondary school system.
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Pedagogical Conditions of Using Binary Approach to Optimization of the Control and Diagnostic Functions in the Training of Students
Nadezhda V. Telegina & Elvira G. Galimova
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The purpose of this article is theoretical substantiation and development of pedagogical conditions of using binary approach to the optimization of the control and diagnostic functions in teaching students in "General pedagogy". In order to realize this purpose, the study used a range of complementary theoretical, empirical and statistical methods. The article presents a pedagogical conditions of the binary approach, including: incentives and motivation of interest to teachers and students to the process and the results of control and self-diagnostics and self-test; cost optimization time to implement the control and diagnostic functions; optimal number of control ”points”; the optimal number of the applicability of methods of diagnostics and self-test; the most optimal and self-evaluation General pedagogical competence; clear reasoning on the part of the teacher and a deep understanding by students of the basic criteria of assessment of knowledge and competencies. Study materials are the basis for the development and using the system of test control and self-control of students' knowledge using IKT, as well as packets of control and diagnostic tasks and assignments for students in the discipline "General pedagogy"
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Managing and Preventing Aggressiveness in Primary School Children
Gulfiia G. Parfilova
pp. 921-931 | Article Number: iejme.2016.085
Increased aggressiveness is one of the most common problems in the children's collective. Different forms of aggressiveness are typical for the majority of primary school pupils. Almost all the children quarrel, fight, call names, say bad things to each other, etc. But learning the rules of conduct children usually change their direct aggression in favor of pro-social behavior. However, some children not only stay aggressive, but develop and make aggressive manifestations a strong personality trait. This in turn reduces the productive potential of children, limits the opportunities of adequate communication and puts their personal development at risk. An aggressive child causes a lot of problems, not only to others but also to him/herself. Studying facts shows that it is among primary school students that most conflicts take place, it is during primary school when antisocial habits are formed and aggressive behavior is manifested. The aim of the study was to develop, justify and experimentally verify the content, forms and methods of managing and preventing aggression in primary school children. The experiment included 40 students aged 7-8 (16 girls and 24 boys) of Maskara Comprehensive Secondary school (Kukmor region of the Republic of Tatarstan). The following leading methods were applied in the study of the problem: theoretical (analysis of psycho-pedagogical and methodological literature, comparison, generalization); empirical (ascertaining, forming and control experiments) and the methods: questionnaire for parents, personality test "Know yourself" and a graphical method "The crocodile". On the basis of the ascertaining experiment there was developed the program "Let's be friends", containing such forms and methods as “game”, “role playing”, “exercise”, “conversation”, “story”. Statistical analysis of the data of the empirical research was carried out by means of standard techniques of mathematical statistics (Student’s t-criterion and G-criteria). On the basis of the results obtained we give recommendations on the organization of special psychological and educational work to prevent and reduce the level of aggression in primary school pupils. Article findings are of practical value to psychologists, class masters and vice principals for educational activity, since the collected and tested materials can be used in the educational process with the children of primary school age in educational institutions.
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The rationale involves the fact that electric power industry is able to decrease dependence of Ukraine from foreign oil and gas importing partners; in its turn it will strengthen the economy and will intensify the reputation of the State in the world. Objective of the Study: The objective of the study involves studying of state evaluation and priorities identification of government support for electric power industry development in Ukraine. Methods of the Study: The principal method of this problem study is modeling and applying scenario approach as the method for strategic planning the government support instrument for electric power industry development. Results of the Study: The article involves expert evaluation analysis of current state and priorities of applying government support instruments for stable development of electric power industry in Ukraine. Practical Significance: The scenarios of applying government support instruments for stable development of electric power industry in Ukraine.
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pp. 961-974 | Article Number: iejme.2016.088
Solving mathematical problems, as the main subject, is intended to improve one’s ability in mathematics. The approach adopted in this present research was a qualitative one with the subject of the second semester students of mathematics in mathematics department. Six students consisting of two students under high, two middle, and two low ability categories were involved in this research. The data were obtained through four problems in the geometry subject test. The validity test employed was the item validity and the four exersices showed the coefficients of 0.79; 0.75; 0.70, and 0.82, respectively, meaning that the four exersices fulfilled the problem validity, meanwhile the test of reliability showed the coefficient of 0.78, namely the problems also met the reliability requirement. The results of the research showed that students were aware of what to plan and to do in the problem solving. The respondents realized them by writing the aspects they knew and the problems they intended to solve. In terms of the learning results, the two groups, high and middle, possessed some awareness in problem solving, but the students under the low category may be said to have less awareness of what to do in problem solving.
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Karen E. Junqueira & Kathleen T. Nolan
pp. 975-989 | Article Number: iejme.2016.089
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pp. 991-1012 | Article Number: iejme.2016.090
The present study explored whether primary grades teachers chose probing questions, given two hypothetical mathematics lesson scenarios. After responding to the mathematics lesson scenarios, participating teachers completed the Problems in Schools survey assessing dispositions to support student autonomy, and the Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching (MKT) assessment for primary grades patterns, functions and algebra. Logistic multiple regression was used to examine the influence of teachers’ MKT and dispositions for supporting student autonomy. Results differed by format of scenario. In the scenario where the choice of a probing question would act as an initial prompt for description, results showed this choice was influenced more strongly by MKT score. In the scenario where a choice of probing question followed an already embedded student description, choosing a probing prompt as a follow-up question was more strongly influenced by support for student autonomy. Additionally, a negative, statistically significant interaction effect was found across both scenarios. Implications for these findings are discussed.
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