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2008 year, number 4

1.
ON THE ONTOLOGY OF THE TECHNOPARK IDEOLOGY IN THE SYSTEM OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY OF NOVOSIBIRSK REGION

M. I. Ananich, B. O. Mayer, G. A. Sapozhnikov
Keywords: ideology, information society, society of knowledge, technology park, innovations, Novosibirsk region, knowledge-based economy
Pages: 5-20

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The ontology of the technology park ideology is analyzed in the framework of a synergetic conceptual skeleton with a reference to the development of innovative activity. There is proposed a model of innovative activity in which the technology park ideology can be realized. The analysis is conducted in the context of the society-of-knowledge model and the knowledge-based economy. There is described a realization of the suggested approach on the example of innovative activity in Novosibirsk region.



2.
INTERACTION OF DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATION (THE PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS)

N. V. Nalivaiko, V. I. Panarin
Keywords: political formalization of the theory of education, globalization conditions, freedom, democracy
Pages: 21-27

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The development of information society in the conditions of globalization is connected with democratization of the society and its educational system. Democratization of education is a wide concept, which implies involving all the strata of population in the educational process, and also development of the rights and freedoms of the participants of educational process. We are free in that degree in which we are able to consciously participate in the life of society and to think independently, instead of simply passively responding to the influence of social factors. Democracy is understood by us as a mechanism, which ensures development of the person and protection of the society from the authoritarian power.



3.
MODERN MANAGEMENT: PHILOSOPHICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS

V. S. Diev
Keywords: philosophy of management, science, methodology, rationality, model, efficiency, organization, society, culture
Pages: 28-33

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Philosophy forms a system of generalizing statements about the subject matter and methods of management, the place of management among other sciences and in the overall system of scientific knowledge, its cognitive and social role in the modern world. Management theory today includes the systemic approach, recognition of indeterminacy as an inherent attribute of managerial decisions, orientation towards studying the processes of communication, self-organization, and adaptation to external environment. Management systems always include the person whose behavior is determined by values, needs, world outlook, will, and other personal characteristics. Management as a social phenomenon should be studied within the context of national culture, traditions, and mentality.



4.
VALUES AND METAPHORS (THE ROLE OF AXIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN THE SOCIO-HUMANITARIAN EDUCATION)

E. Y. Potapchuk
Keywords: value, norms, metaphors, socio-humanitarian education, person, culture, society, philosophy, patterns of behavior
Pages: 34-41

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The paper deals with the essence and meaning of values, their relations with metaphors, and also with the significance of axiological problems in teaching the socio-humanitarian disciplines in the institutions of higher education. The author considers the content of the "value" concept, discovers a relative nature of values, and uncovers subjective and objective meanings in them. It is emphasized that the type of culture and society depends on the features of the system of values and norms. The article affirms that only the person puts a specific meaning into values. The person participates in the construction and transformation of the social and cultural realities. In the research there is considered an extra-linguistic meaning of the metaphors which participate in establishing certain standards and patterns of behavior. The author specifies that studying axiological problems is extremely important for the processes of education and socialization of the students.



5.
ON THE STRATEGY OF EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT

N. L. Rumyantseva
Keywords: strategy, education, development, saving the civilization, humanitarization, integrity, spiritual level
Pages: 41-48

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The purpose of the article is to analyze the education reform and to propose some changes to it. The main problem is the strategy of the education development.
In the article the system approach to the problems of education is realized. The purpose of the education system is defined as saving the civilization. From this purpose the new strategy of education development is derived: transition from education for economy to education for saving the civilization. Only on the basis of such education system the human being, while developing from the existential to spiritual level, can provide saving the civilization and can also provide a high innovative potential. The author proposes changing the principles of financing of education, its humanitarization, and integrity of education.



6.
THE CRISIS TENDENCIES OF THE PUBLIC CONSCIOUSNESS AND EDUCATION SYSTEM OF MODERN RUSSIA

S. A. Khrapov
Keywords: сrisis of public consciousness, education system of modern Russia, deformation of a valuable matrix
Pages: 49-54

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The purpose of the article is to disclose the essence of the crisis tendencies of the evolutionary transformation of public consciousness and education system of modern Russia. The main theme of the article is the influence of the public consciousness crisis on the destructive processes in the education system of modern Russia. The author reveals an interconnection between the destructive dynamics of public consciousness, deformation of the value system, the decrease of the level of culture, and the crisis tendencies in the development of modern Russian education.



7.
EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIO-CULTURAL POLICY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM

E. N. Malysheva
Keywords: global terrorism, educational and socio-cultural policy, ideologization of public consciousness, conflictology
Pages: 54-59

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The purpose of the article is to analyze the problem of overcoming terrorism. The main reasons of arising of terrorism and the strategies of its overcoming are considered. The author makes an accent on the need of realization of a state educational and socio-cultural policy aiming at prevention and eradication of terrorism on the basis of spiritual-creative potential of the members of the society. The most important component of an antiterrorism strategy is, in the author's opinion, the pedagogical, educational activity in order to change the public consciousness, influence the major values and attitudes, and master the behavioral strategies that reduce the social tension.



8.
THE NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE CONTEXT OF MENTAL AND MORAL VALUES OF EDUCATION

O. P. Signaevskaya
Keywords: the civil society; modern education; mental and moral values of education; the national security of the country
Pages: 60-66

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In the article it is expanded the interaction between mental and moral values of education and the successfulness of the construction of the civil society and it is also showed the new understanding of the national security of the country in the course of the problems of modern education.



9.
MODERN TRENDS OF DEVELOPMENT SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE EDUCATOR-DESIGNER PROFESSION

T. A. Artashkina
Keywords: Bologna process, educator-designer, creator, target-setting issue, model of a specialist, national educational standard, social relays, infrastructure of higher education, conditions of uncertainty, social system
Pages: 67-75

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The aim of the research is to study the designing work of an educator-designer. The structure of this activity corresponds to two specialties: those of a creator and a technologist. The object, results, and peculiarities of creator's activity are analyzed in the article in detail. The uncertainty-developing mechanism, which considerably influences the target-setting issue in the system of higher education, is also discussed at large.



10.
POST-GRADUATE STUDENTS OF THE SIBERIAN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION: AN ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS

A. M. Ablazhey
Keywords: personnel potential, postgraduate study and career, siberian universities
Pages: 75-80

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The article is devoted to the analysis of the major reproduction mechanism of the science's personnel potential - the institute of postgraduate studying. For the first time, the object of research is post-graduate students of the Siberian regional institutions of higher education. The professional self-estimations of the post-graduate students (frequency of usage of various information sources; the degree of mastering of foreign languages, modern computer and information technologies) are presented. There are also described the motives of their choosing the scientific career, the dependence of the choice on the surrounding society (the prestige of science), and the criteria of success.



11.
EDUCATION IN THE PROFESSIONAL CAREER

Y. A. Chernyshev
Keywords: personal growth; educational content; professional career; person-occupation interaction; relevance of education for career, life integrity
Pages: 81-88

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The paper's aim is to analyze the current system of education in its relation to one's professional career and to suggest possible improvements to the existing system as a means of enhancing professional and personal growth. The author highlights a gap between the content and forms of education, both general and professional, and the development of one's career. The author's understanding of professional career in its broad socio-cultural context allows outlining an optimal model of education in its relation to one's career.



12.
THE FORMATION OF THE SOCIO-PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF A PROSPECTIVE STATE MANAGER: AN INTEGRATIVE CULTUROLOGICAL APPROACH

O. V. Frolov
Keywords: socio-professional competence, integrative culturological approach, state manager
Pages: 88-94

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The author believes that the formation of the socio-professional competence of prospective state managers should be considered from the viewpoint of an integrative culturulogical approach. The formation of the socio-professional competence aims at achieving the main professional value, the culture of professional activity.



13.
THE SYSTEM OF TECHNICAL TRAINING IN THE MILITARY INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AS THE BASIS OF THE CADETS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

A. A. Miller
Keywords: combat training, technical training of the cadets of military institutions of higher education, professional training of the cadets in the period of army reform, recruitment for the army on the contract basis
Pages: 95-101

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The author analyzes the system of technical training as the foundation of the cadets professional development, considers some issues concerning the technical training  of the cadets of the Russian military institutions of higher education in the period of army reform and new principles of the military specialists recruitment for the Armed Forces (recruitment on the contract basis). The author analyzes the criteria of readiness to further professional activity of the graduates of the higher command military schools (military institutes),  future commanding officers, organizers, and managers.



14.
THE PROBLEM OF GOAL-SETTING IN MODERN THE SYSTEM OF HIGHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Е. . Melekhina
Keywords: goal, pedagogical activity, goal-setting, higher professional education, learner-centered approach, subject, specialists training, competence, result
Pages: 101-109

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The article deals with the problem of goal-setting in the system of higher professional education in present social and economic conditions. The accent is made on the market demand for training competent specialists able to efficiently operate in the competitive environment of the global economics. The analysis of needs is considered to be one of the crucial parts in the syllabi design and curricula planning with regards to the learner-centered approach. A special emphasis is made on the hierarchical character of educational goals as one of the key features in effective management of the teaching/learning process. A number of reasons of failures in goal-achieving are mentioned.



15.
FORMATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF THE EMPLOYEES OF THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT

E. V. Malchenkov
Keywords: vocational training, dialectic of the process of competence development, pedagogical conditions of adaptation, staff of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID men), tutors, curators, competence approach
Pages: 109-115

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The article deals with the contents of professional competence of the CID men and modeling of its formation in the process of adaptation to service. The conditions, directions, and methods of the process are revealed. To confirm the effectiveness of the model of the CID men professional competence in the process of adaptation to service, the author carried out significant experimental work. Based on the experimental results, a teaching technique to form professional competence of the CID men in the process of adaptation to service was worked out and the methodical recommendations "Organization of professional adaptation of the CID men" were created.



16.
PHILOSOPHER AS AN EDUCATED PERSON: ANTIQUE AND MODERN PERCEPTIONS

I. V. Cherdantseva
Keywords: philosopher, lifestyle of the philosopher, philosophical exercises, philosophical discourse
Pages: 115-120

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The purpose of the article is to elucidate the fundamental traits, which characterize philosopher as an educated person in the antique and modern philosophy. In connection with this, the author defines the problem field of the work, which is related to understanding of the mission and vocation of the philosopher. The author comes to a conclusion about a principal difference between the antique and modern interpretations of the philosopher. The author concludes that educated philosopher in antiquity is a man, who has changed his life, and educated philosopher in modern times is a man, who has become a specialist and mastered the specificity of the philosophical discourse. The article is devoted to studying the figure of philosopher in two aspects. The first aspect is connected to the antique conception related to philosopher's mission. The second aspect concerns the conception of philosopher in modern philosophy.



17.
A CRISIS OF EDUCATION AND EDUCATION AS THE WAY OUT OF THE WORLD CRISIS

N. Peltsova
Keywords: power, violence, the responsibility of the person, authority, education
Pages: 121-126

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Power and violence are necessary there where the valid authority is absent. The authority is possible only under the condition of responsibility of the person. The educational responsibility is twofold and multidirectional: on one hand, it is the responsibility for children, for a new life, for that that nothing bad happens to them and they succeed; on the other hand, it is also the responsibility for the world into which we introduce children.



18.
ON THE UNCONDITIONAL: THINKING OF EDUCATION IN JAPAN

T. Takahashi
Keywords: education, Japan, Derrida, deconstruction, unconditional, justice, gift, forgiveness, hospitality, alienation
Pages: 127-136

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The starting point of the author's reasoning is the philosophical "deconstruction" of Jacque Derrida, especially his works of the last period. The author emphasizes that Derrida's "deconstruction" does not mean total destruction and nihilism, but, on the contrary, opens and clears the ways to the original genuine concepts such as "justice", "gift", "forgiveness", and "hospitality".  In the second half of the paper the author considers a tragic incident in Tokyo, when a young man attacked random passer-byes. The underlying reason for such action was the feeling of alienation from society. The author analyzes how this is connected with the contemporary Japanese education system with its rigid pursuit of success. The author analyzes the Japanese education system as a whole and notices that the system has lost a certain foundation unconditional value of each pupil regardless of his/her academic achievements.



19.
DOING AN OSTRICH?

John Colbeck
Keywords: ostrich policy, ecological extinction, globalization
Pages: 136-138

Abstract >>
In the short note written in metaphorical spirit the author addresses to a problem of a survival of a human civilization. In opinion of the author, the person similarly to an ostrich, instead of the decision of problems tries to leave from them, but it is impossible in conditions of the globalization bringing significant corrective amendments all of the party of human activity.



20.
IMAGES OF THE EDUCATED PERSON IN THE USA AND JAPAN

P. E. David
Keywords: educated person, USA, Japan, culture
Pages: 138-159

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The author studies several traditional interpretations of the "educated person" concept, which exist in the USA and Japan. In the USA, which is a successor of the Greek-Roman traditions, two understandings of the "educated person" concept are being used. One is connected with the idea of "cultural literacy"; the other, with the critically-creative thinking. On the other hand, in Japan the understanding of this concept was formed under the influence of Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. Because of that, the Japanese people created their own ideas of cultural development and culture. These ideas are in the foundation of such traditional Japanese arts as dance, tea ceremony, origami, and others.
Originally, only the priests and samurai could practice these arts; however, during the Tokugawa period, which started in the XVII century, these arts began to spread also among the ordinary people trying to imitate the noblemen. This happened due to establishment of private schools. In the end of the feudal period these arts had become the common property of all strata of the Japanese society. The author notes that such kind of cultural education did not foster the social and economic development of the country. The analysis of these concepts is a sort of prelude to a wider investigation. The author suggests overcoming the contradictions caused by different concepts of educated person among the Japanese and Americans (these differences can be explained by the difference in mentality). He introduces a term of a "system" concept of educated person. The fact that the education system in both countries is oriented to distribution (social ranging) implies "distribution" of the life trajectory for each concrete individual. The pursuit of grades, test results and diplomas undermine the traditional understanding of the person being educated, which causes significant damage to both American and Japanese societies.



21.
A CONCEPT OF THE EVOLUTION-ONTOLOGICAL LITERACY

J. Shmajs, E. Vishnevsky
Keywords: evolutional-ontological literacy, ontological evolution, informational conflict, biophilic changes
Pages: 160-169

Abstract >>
Alongside with various kinds of literacy - such as, for example, informational, technological, computer, cultural, ecological literacy, bio-literacy (their basis is not any new ontology of nature and culture) " we suggest introducing an alternative concept: the evolution-ontological literacy. It is a new paradigmatic concept of literacy, which starts from the evolutionary ontology, whose studies are being presently performed by the authors.



22.
STUDYING OF SELF-RENEWING POTENTIAL OF NATURE IS THE TASK OF MODERN NATURE MANAGEMENT

A. V. Vershkov
Keywords: anthropogenic pollution, nature management, natural purification, nature
Pages: 169-176

Abstract >>
The necessity of new approaches to teaching the nature management is shown in the article. The present economic approaches, based on the understanding of nature as just a resource of human activity, have led to global ecological problems which put humanity to the edge of survival. Thus, there is a need for a new ecological approach based on understanding nature as an equal in rights partner. A course in nature management should include the topics devoted to studying the self-renewing potential of nature and the possibilities of its strengthening by man, because this allows developing the foundations of a co-evolutionary cooperation between man and biosphere. Possible ways of such strengthening are presented in the article.



23.
THE PROBLEMS OF THE INNOVATIVE PROCESS IN SCIENCE AND EDUCATION

V. V. Kopein
Keywords: innovation, science, scientific and technical progress, education, commercialization of scientific and industrial activity, Russian science's being in demand
Pages: 177-184

Abstract >>
In the article, there are examined the reasons and special features of insensitivity of the Russian economy to the innovative way of development, the need for the active introduction of the achievements of scientific and technical progress. There are specified the basic conditions, under which the scientific and technical progress becomes the leading factor of dynamic economic development. A special contribution of the author consists of distinguishing the key role of science and education as the basic elements of the system of innovative process. The need for regulation of the innovative process in various branches of economy, on the level of the country and the regions is emphasized.



24.
INNOVATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN THE MODERN INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION

O. N. Bol'shakova
Keywords: humanistic culture, two-level system, innovative, specificity; cognitive, functional, personal competence; endogenous basis, diversification, internationalization of higher education, information technologies, constructive active approach, thinking critic
Pages: 184-190

Abstract >>
In the article the author presents the results of an analysis of the problems of modern education modernization, discusses the necessity of innovative transformations in the system of specialists training in the institutions of higher education, and studies one of the directions of improvement of the innovative preparation for creative professional activity of the prospective specialists.



25.
INNOVATIONS IN THE DOMESTIC SYSTEM OF FAMILY EDUCATION

T. E. Shaposhnikova
Keywords: violence, family, physical violence, sexual abuse, moral cruelty, risk factors
Pages: 191-199

Abstract >>
In the paper there are considered the specificities of the relation between the concepts of violence - nonviolence in the family. The author considers the question of family violence from the sociological, psychology, juridical, pedagogic viewpoints. The accent is made on the understanding of the sources and forms of violence, and the possibilities of violence reduction. The author offers various definitions of the family violence concept. This problem is on the first stage of investigation, although there is already some unique experience of separate research and the practice of creation of crisis centers (shelters). In the article, the psychological and pedagogical aspects of family violence are analyzed. The author considers the ways of rehabilitation for children who were subject to violence.



26.
PHILOSOPHICAL-METHODOLOGICAL BASES OF THE PRACTICES OF PEDAGOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY OF SELF-DETERMINATION

A. A. Popov, I. D. Proskurovskaya
Keywords: human potential, possibility, anthropo-practice, self-determination, liberal anthropology, anthropo-practices of institutiolization and actualization, idealization and transformation of a social-cultural object, educational task, practical thinking
Pages: 199-207

Abstract >>
The article is devoted to the origins of the theory of education, based on the philosophical-anthropological project of L. S. Vygotsky, his theory of search in particular. In the article, there is introduced a key notion of educational task as the leading notion of anthropology and pedagogy of self-determination. An educational task initiates an open activity of a subject. The authors propose an idea of practical thinking as a thinking which provides realization of this or that cultural-historical practice.
The authors of the article pay attention to the fact that the theory of act as a theory of self-determination is an important direction in the Russian philosophical tradition. The idea of self-determination is described in the article as the leading concept of the modern pedagogical culture. The article contains the notion of human potential as the object of self-determination pedagogy. Thanks to this, there are described the ideas of modern educational practices such as the practices of institutiolization, actualization, and self-determination.



27.
A CYCLIC COMPOSITION FORMULA OF THE BOOK OF REVELATION

O. P. Kozhina
Keywords: new educational method «Ruslo», philosophical analysis, formula of Revelation, revelation as a phenomenon of consciousness
Pages: 208-211

Abstract >>
We examine the problem of understanding of the Book of Revelation. As a basis of solving the problem, we take a cyclic composition formula worked out by the author in accordance with a new educational method



28.
THE DYNAMICS OF INTER-ETHNIC CONFLICTS AND THE PROSPECTS OF POLYCULTURAL EDUCATION

O. S. Terekhov
Keywords: polycultural education, ethnic conflict, upbringing, group, ethnic culture, tolerance
Pages: 212-216

Abstract >>
The purpose of the article is to analyze the prospects of polycultural education in Russia and to develop a system of early prevention and blocking of negative consequences of inter-ethnic conflicts, which could obstruct the progress of this educational direction. This work investigates the factors which could further the inter-ethnic tension. The main contribution of the author is revealing the issues of the inter-ethnic conflict.



29.
LIBRARY SERVICES AS A CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL VALUE

O. D. Oleinikova
Keywords: sociocultural environment, education, library services, information civilization, value, intelligentsia, alienation, existential vacuum
Pages: 216-224

Abstract >>
The purpose of the article is to interpret library services as a cultural and educational value. Its prevailing theme is to make a comparison between the media culture and the culture of book reading, the visual information user and the reader, the sociocultural roles of domestic television and literature in public education, the Internet and the library. The article analyses the sociocultural functions of library services in the university as compared with the functions of contemporary television.



30.
CREATIVE PERSONALITY FORMATION AS A PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEM OF EDUCATION

V. Y. Laluev
Keywords: creative person, philosophy of education, culture of development
Pages: 224-227

Abstract >>
Modern philosophy of education shows great interest in the problem of person's creative abilities and creative activity during the process of education. The changes that take place require the institutions of higher education to form active students with creative thinking, who are able to solve various problems and evaluate new information. The urgency of this article is in the considered philosophical problems, which determine the vector of the further development of the Russian educational system.



31.
GLOBALIZATION AS ENGINEERING OF A NEW WORLD ORDER

N. S. Dureeva
Keywords: globalization, interdependency, society, form, civilization and formation approaches, globalization waves, unipolarity
Pages: 227-233

Abstract >>
The article is about the features of the modern phase of globalization as a formation of the social structure according to the western example. The absence of a clear definition of globalization leads to different perception of this social phenomenon. Most of the research of this problem is dedicated to the economic side of globalization. However, spreading of the western lifestyle envelops all the spheres of social life and it has different forms of its development. The stages of the globalization development are usually studied by the civilization approach. This makes the possibilities of researching this social phenomenon too narrow.  That is why this article offers to conduct the research of globalization also by the formation approach, which is a new method in the methodology of the globalization research.



32.
GLOBALIZATION IN THE MODERN WORLD CONDITIONS

V. I. Panarin
Keywords: globalization, higher education, education
Pages: 233-239

Abstract >>
The phenomenon of globalization is an objective phenomenon which has naturally arisen during the evolution of mankind. With the development of globalization, economic, informational and cultural association of various regions of the globe is gaining strength. The intensive exchange of material and cultural wealth, created in the local communities of people, is widening. Education is in the epicenter of globalization, because the foundations of the development strategy for all mankind and each country are formed in the sphere of education.



33.
THE CONCEPT OF NOOSPHERE EDUCATION AS THE BASIS OF PREVENTION OF EXTREME SITUATIONS

Y. N. Polikarpova
Keywords: the noosphere education, the society of risk, efficiency, the nature of education
Pages: 239-243

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In the article there is presented the viewpoint of the author concerning the efficiency of development of the noosphere education in Russia. The modern society is considered by the author as a society of risk; accordingly, it is necessary to develop education on a new level. The noosphere education is a system of scientific-theoretical, gnoseological, methodological and practical ideas concerning the nature of education and its efficiency in the society; this type of education implies consciously operated, value-focused and mutually conditioned development of the person, society and the nature. In turn, in the context of noosphere, there arises an opportunity for a synthesis: unification of the individual and collective intelligence, as well as spirituality. This creates a new quality of integral thinking. However, the danger of losses, resulting from the specificity of various natural phenomena and various activities of human society, is increasing.



34.
PHILOSOPHICAL-METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE MATHEMATICAL TRAINING PROCESS

L. V. Podgornaya
Keywords: formation of individual self-consciousness, methodological culture, pedagogical technology, individual activities approach
Pages: 244-250

Abstract >>
The article analyzes the issues of organizing of the teaching mathematics process applying to the students of pedagogical institutes. The dynamically developing modern society sets up new requirements for the quality of the specialists training: the ability of self-education, self-development, the activities changing, adequate reactions to the social and cultural conditions. One of the most important directions of solving of these problems is developing and implementation of adaptive pedagogical technologies, based on the individual activity approach, when the knowledge, received by the students, is not the goal, but the means of developing their personal qualities and widening their abilities to act. The article presents the results of investigations and examples of the author's technologies of teaching mathematical disciplines.



35.
THE PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECTS OF INCREASING THE QUALITY OF THE MATH TEACHERS TRAINING

E. V. Krum
Keywords: modular-rating technology of teaching, teaching-methodical charts, informatization of the teaching process, individualization, differentiation
Pages: 250-257

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The recent years have been marked by intensive implementation of innovative technologies into the educational process. In the article there is considered a modular-rating technology of teaching geometry to the students of pedagogical institutions of higher education, created by the author. A teaching-methodical set, which includes the author's program, teaching-technological charts, and computer textbook, provides individualization and differentiation of the teaching process. This set creates conditions for the active independent work of the students. All this creates preconditions for organization of the teaching process, which admits of quality training of the future math teachers.



36.
ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEMS OF THE STUDENT RESEARCH ACTIVITY IN STUDYING MATHEMATICS

M. V. Taranova
Keywords: academic research, stimulation of mental activity, hypothesis, analogy, modeling
Pages: 257-266

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The article considers the content of the academic-research activity of schoolchildren while studying mathematics. The author compares the activity of a scientist and a pupil in the research process, reveals the peculiarities and the content of the pupil research activity. These peculiarities are the following: the aim of gaining knowledge and skills in the research process, the aim of acquiring scientific investigation methods (analogy, induction, deduction, etc.), influence on the pupil personality change, pupil's development (sense of purpose, curiosity, development of the creative potential). The content of the pupil research activity includes theoretical knowledge and activity methods, as well as the corresponding skills.



37.
MATHEMATICAL TRAINING OF STUDENTS AS A FACTOR OF INCREASING OF THE EDUCATION QUALITY

M. V. Mongush
Keywords: improvement of quality education, mathematical training, agricultural specialties
Pages: 267-273

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In the article there is considered the problem of quality training of the students of agricultural specialties, in particular, mathematical training. There is also described the role of mathematics as an educational subject, its peculiarity, the goal of its studying; there is described the content of the educational-methodical materials on mathematics and the probability theory electronic textbook. A high professional level of the contemporary specialist cannot be achieved without solid knowledge of mathematical methods and informational technologies. Their application in the education process arouses students' interest, increases motivation to study mathematics, wakes up curiosity, and forms such qualities as the ability to think logically, the will and persistence in attainment a purpose.



38.
KEY COMPETENCES AND A PROBLEM OF MODERNIZATION OF THE EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES IN PHYSICS

V. K. Suhanova, O. V. Plotnykova
Keywords: education, modernization, key competences, experimental studies in physics, institution of higher education in economics, professional adaptation
Pages: 273-278

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The purpose of the article is to define the ways of forming key competences on the basis of the physics training material. The article considers the opportunities of the experimental studies in physics to solve this task and the trends of its modernization, taking into account the principles of the problem-oriented training and the professional adaptation requirements. The authors give a classification of the general labor skills which can be formed while studying physics. The peculiarities of teaching physics at the institutions of higher education in economics and nutrition have been considered.  There is presented a list of experiments including some elements of scientific research, which can be applied to the experimental studies in physics at the institutions of higher education of that type.



39.
THE PECULIARITIES OF GOAL-SETTING IN DESIGNING A SYSTEM OF TRAINING IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

D. A. Vlasov
Keywords: technological approach, the purposes of training, methodical system of training, training in applied mathematics
Pages: 278-283

Abstract >>
In the article, there is considered a technological procedure of goal-setting, which is essentially a key component of the methodical system of any academic discipline. The presented theoretical conclusions and generalizations are illustrated by the concrete examples reflecting the problems of improvement of the future experts training in applied mathematics.



40.
ABOUT II INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFICALLY-PRACTICAL CONFERENCE

L. A. Barahtenova, T. A. Gorelova, E. A. Pushkareva
Pages: 284-286




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