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Published Online: July 16, 2016
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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.
Keywords: Tolerance, toleration, intolerance, tolerant behavior, teenager
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