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"Philosophy of Education"

2010 year, number 1

1.
REALIZATION OF INVERSIVE RELATIONS IN THE INNOVATIVE EDUCATION

D. A. Sevostyanov
Keywords: innovative education, hierarchical system, order, inversion
Pages: 4-11

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The paper was written for the purpose of philosophical analysis of the hierarchical interrelations in the innovative education. Author accentuates the meaning of inversion; he postulates the basic opposition of order and inversion. Order is an ordered functional hierarchy in the system. In the order, the system is formed according to a common scheme from the simple to the complex. On the contrary, inversion stipulates a functional overturn of the structure. Inversion is a universal mechanism in the hierarchical interrelations. In the innovative education, inversion means a subjective interchange of purpose and means. The paper is based on the interdisciplinary approach.



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AN INNOVATIVE ASPECT OF THE COMPETENCE-BASED APPROACH IN THE CONTEXT OF SPECIALIST TRAINING

T. V. Fedorova
Keywords: modernization of education, innovations in education, competence-based approach, competence of the specialists
Pages: 12-18

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The article is devoted to the analysis of philosophic-educational problems in the training of qualified specialists. Some innovative trends of modernization of Russian education are analyzed. A special attention is paid to improving the quality of training of the teachers of geometry in connection with the poor level of the school-graduates' knowledge of this subject. The article touches upon the possibility of making use of a competence-based approach for realization of the tasks of education modernization. Some perspectives of its applying in higher education are discussed. There are pointed out some possibilities of usage of the innovative means of informatization to form the students' competence in geometry.



3.
ON THE MEDIATIZATION OF THE NATIONAL IDENTITY

A. P. Glukhov
Keywords: designing of the national identity, mass-media, modernization, traditionalism
Pages: 18-24

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The paper is devoted to the analysis of the rhetoric, communicative strategy and symbolical means applied in the television advertising, which are called to appeal to the feeling of national pride of the mass-media audience. According to the author's concept based on the principles of social constructionism, it is necessary to determine how the projects of modernization/traditionalization of Russia and the media environment of the Russian TV relate to each other " in order to find out how the authors of these projects view the national identity.



4.
FORMATION OF THE DOMESTIC EDUCATION SYSTEM IN MODERN CONDITIONS

E. A. Pushkareva, N. V. Nalivaiko
Keywords: national safety, intellectual cadres, integration of education and science, quality of education
Pages: 24-29

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In the article there are studied the problems of development of the domestic education system in new conditions. It is established that to maintain the quality of education in the new economic conditions, there is needed significant participation of the state which regulates the educational activity. The authors also emphasize the necessity of preservation of the fundamental domestic educational traditions as a condition of national safety of the domestic educational sphere and also its steady development in the new economic conditions.



5.
ABOUT THE CONCEPTS AN INNOVATION AND CULTURE

N. L. Rumyantseva
Keywords: innovation, culture, Western civilization, market economy, ecology, spiritual health
Pages: 30-35

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The purpose of the study is to show how the definitions of the concepts of innovation and culture influence the civilization development vector. There are many definitions of these concepts. Two directions of the civilization development are identified in the article: the market-economical and the cultural-ecological ones. Various approaches to the definition of the concepts of innovation and culture within these two directions are analyzed. Through this analysis, it is shown how the Western civilization, developing on the market-economical basis, slides to destruction, and how the representatives of the cultural-ecological direction try to stop this slide.



6.
DESIGNING AS AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO THE UPBGINGING AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY OF THE SCHOOL

J. A. Lyah
Keywords: designing, method of designing, simulation, pedagogical designing
Pages: 35-42

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In the article the author analyzes such concepts as "designing" and "simulation", examines the stages and types of designing, which is proposed as an instrument of improving the education quality.



7.
MODERN DEVELOPMENT OF THE INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION: A SOCIO-PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS

G. V. Bezrodnaya
Keywords: external factor, control action, organizational development, educational process, medical university, state educational policy, Bologna convention, adaptation problems
Pages: 42-50

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State policy in the sphere of higher education is the most significant external factor influencing planning of the organizational development of the institution of higher education and the management of the educational process. Internationalization of higher education and the construction of the unified educational space necessitate adaptation of the fundamental principles of the Bologna convention to the national educational standards. The authoress analyzes the existing problems of adaption of the higher medical education in Russia to the fundamental principles of the Bologna convention.



8.
EDUCATION AS REALITY AND VIRTUALITY

S. I. Chernykh, V. I. Parshikov
Keywords: education, educational facility, Internet, personal computer, information, educational relationship, tutor, student, distant education
Pages: 50-55

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The article deals with the relation between virtuality and reality in the process of education. The authors observe a certain imbalance between such function of education as self-reproduction, self-development and self-preservation of the society and the function of development and perfection of the person. The expansion of online-education and the IT technology are identified as certain catalytic agents for this, and they lead to virtualization of education and a qualitative change in the educational process. In these conditions, education loses its social function and gets closer to the transformation to its own antipode. The education conversion to virtuality as well as the information increase leads not only to deflation of the student's status but also to deflation of education within the process of socialization.



9.
DIRECTIONS OF THE INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EDUCATION SYSTEM IN MODERN CONDITIONS

Y. V. Pushkarev
Keywords: innovative development of the education system, quality of education, innovative educational technologies
Pages: 55-60

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The author analyzes the problem of innovative development of the education system in the modern informational conditions. It is indicated that now there are actively taking place numerous innovative processes involving the education system. It is emphasized that innovations in education develop in two basic directions: on one hand, in the direction of increase of the educational process efficiency (quality), and, on the other, in the direction of quantitative increase of innovations connected with the usage of modern innovative educational technologies.



10.
INFORMATION EXCHANGE AS A BASIS FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE FUTURE

F. I. Rozanov
Keywords: educational system, informational society, classical education, transformation of education, information exchange, the teacher-student system
Pages: 60-64

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The article gives a brief analysis of the key problems of the modern educational system. There is considered a classical paradigm of the learning process as a rigidly structured unidirectional process of transferring information from the teacher to the students. There is substantiated a necessity of a new paradigm of education as a two-way information exchange in the teacher-student system, based on free creativity, equality and mutual learning in the process of collaborative educational, play, research and practice activities.



11.
THE METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT OF THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS INFORMATIZATION

M. N. Shmatkov
Keywords: informatization of education, methodology, management, value of information, knowledge, modeling of the borders of educational systems
Pages: 64-70

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In the paper the author suggested an approach to the construction of the methodology of studying and managing of the informational processes in the educational systems based on a social-philosophical analysis of the problems of education informatization. It is shown that the informatization in the field of education essentially differs by its subjective character from the informatization of the society; the informatization of education most directly affects the sphere of values; and this results in the necessity to delineate the borders of informatization of education and work out appropriate measures reflecting qualitative transitions in the dynamics of this phenomenon of social reality.



12.
ON THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN THE SOCIETY OF THE XXI CENTURY

N. V. Nalivaiko, E. V. Ushakova
Keywords: information society, society of knowledge, innovative society, modern education, specificity of education in the society of the XXI century
Pages: 71-80

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The authors analyze the content and the meanings of the present stage of social development in its interrelations with education, and also the essence, role and symbols of education in the society of the XXI century. In the article, there is studied the specificity of social development in end of XX - the beginning of XXI centuries, there are shown interrelation and distinctions of various steps of postindustrial society (information society, society of knowledge and innovative society), there is demonstrated the specificity of educational systems at these steps of the social organization. Thus, there is substantiated specific role and content of education for various forms of organization of modern society: knowledge-based and innovative ones.



13.
ON REALIZATION OF THE SOCIO-INTEGRATIVE FUNCTION OF EDUCATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF SOCIAL STRATIFICATION OF STUDENTS

E. L. Bashmanova
Keywords: social-integrative function of education, social stratification, cultural capital, attitudes to education
Pages: 80-88

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The article is devoted to realization of the socio-integrative function of education in the conditions of sharp social stratification of students. Revealing the contradictions in the realization of the socio-integrative function of education in modern mass school, the author gives some details of a pilot study of the specificity of the cultural capital of the students from different social strata, indicating the socio-cultural dissonance in the school, and formulates proposals for the optimization of pedagogical interaction in the conditions of sharp social stratification of students.



14.
THE PROBLEMS OF INTEGRATION OF THE RUSSIAN HIGHER EDUCATION INTO THE EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION

O. V. Tsiguleva
Keywords: integration of the Russian higher education, the European system of higher education, globalization, Bologna declaration, accreditation of educational programs, academic degree, two-level system, Bachelor Degree, Master Degree
Pages: 88-94

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The article is devoted to integration of the Russian higher education into the European system of higher education. The author notices that one of the basic problems of integration of the Russian higher education consists in legal regulation of the transition to the two-level system of higher education.



15.
FORMATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL POLICY IN RUSSIA IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE XIX - THE BEGINNING OF THE CENTURY

A. M. Allagulov
Keywords: educational policy, historical-pedagogical knowledge, government supreme bodies, education system, zemskaya (territorial) school, parochial school
Pages: 94-102

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The purpose of the article is to identify and structure the conceptually-theoretical positions and the procedural-technological experience, which formed the content of the educational policy of Russia in the second half of the XIX - the beginnings of XX centuries. In the study, there is revealed the urgency of formation of the educational policy in Russia in the historical-pedagogical retrospective. There are revealed the specific features of the educational policy in Russia in the indicated period. The specificities of the competencies delineation between the government supreme bodies in the educational sphere are studied. The preconditions of the educational policy development during the considered period are revealed. The influence of the socio-pedagogical movement on the formation of educational policy is characterized.



16.
THE NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY AND EDUCATION: A SOCIO-PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS

S. V. Kamashev
Keywords: strategy, national security, strategic national priorities and education, globalization, competitiveness, human potential
Pages: 102-109

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The author addresses the problem of national security and the role of the education system in maintaining its proper level, which is very important in modern conditions. In the article, the National Security Strategy of the Russian Federation till 2020 is considered, and it is shown that it forms a harmonious system and corresponds to the short-term, intermediate-term and long-term prospects of the development of Russia. A conclusion is made that, within the framework of this Strategy, there is offered an essentially new approach to the safety issues, which considers the domestic education system as a basic strategic national priority due to its influence on all levels of national security without exception.



17.
DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT AND SELF-ORGANIZATION OF THE SOCIETY

S. P. Dureev, N. S. Dureeva
Keywords: self-organization, society, development, local self-government, local community, democracy
Pages: 109-113

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In the article, local self-government is studied as a basis of the democratic civil society. There is shown that the development of local self-government relies on the principles of self-organization of the society. The development of self-government can take place as a result of natural evolution, or it can take place because of the influence of outer factors. There is proved that the way of natural development provides the formation of local community. It appears as a mechanism of interaction between the society and the state, and as a steward of the local and state interests.



18.
EDUCATIONAL EPISTEMOLOGY OF POSTMODERNISM

A. O. Karpov
Keywords: educational epistemology, generative didactics, knowledge society
Pages: 113-121

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The epistemological basis of modern education is based on an open and developing world map that matches the innovative character of the present-day society. This approach is incommensurate with the classical pedagogical theory that handles classroom knowledge in the form of textbooks listing scientific facts. The paper is aimed at describing a set of pedagogic ideas from the leading edge of the cognitive interest of the knowledge society. The author formulates the notion of generative didactics, revealed through the concepts of "cognitive flexibility", "cognitive generacy" and "socio-cultural interaction" within the educational process.



19.
THE PROBLEMS OF REFORMING THE MODERN EDUCATION

N. B. Yanovskaya, G. B. Yanovskiy
Keywords: philosophy of education, educational process, organization of educational process, Unified State Examination
Pages: 121-126

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There is a fundamental dependence between the level of the society development and the level of the education quality in it. The term crisis of the world education system appeared in the Western literature at the end of the sixties of the century and referred to the fact that the learners did not make good practical use of the obtained knowledge and could not make a decision in a non-typical situation. The problem of reforming the domestic educational system has been actively discussed beginning from the 90th. The main reasons for this are the appearance of the children from the school non-adaptation risk group at the beginning of the nineties and the actions of reformers without the objective appraisal of their consequences. The philosophical understanding of the changes in modern education is required. This is illustrated in the article by the example of the school mathematics course. It is shown that the education quality is diminished because of the reformers' effort to cram into a limited time as much diverse information as possible, while the connection to the content and teaching methods in the higher education institutions is utterly lacking. In the opinion of the authors, due to the Unified State Examination in mathematics, the evaluation of knowledge becomes objective.



20.
THE CULTURAL-CIVILIZATIONAL APPROACH TO THE RUSSIAN EDUCATIONAL REFORM

T. M. Goncharova
Keywords: types of society; the cultural-civilizational approach; dismantling the society; complex of norms and values; globalization; manipulating the consciousness/behavior; mass person; political elite; business elite
Pages: 126-130

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On the basis of the civilizational approach, the author studies the logic of the educational reforms proposed by the contemporary Russian government. Demonstrating the relationship between the society and the school, the author stresses that the aforementioned reform activity is directed towards dismantling the traditional complex of social ties, which are very important for reproduction of the Russian society.



21.
SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS OF GREAT BRITAIN IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY

L. N. Chernysheva
Keywords: education of a person, the status of reading and a book, reader's culture in Great Britain, wide readers' community
Pages: 131-137

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The article draws attention to the expediency of the governmental steps in the change of children, young people and their parents' attitude towards a book and reading. The author considers the role of a book and reading in the development of personality. The ways of the British schoolchildren reader development and the role of the British government in their integration are analyzed. A review of the key projects carried out by the government and social institutions of the United Kingdom for the formation of a wider reading community and the increase of the reading and a book status in the society is given.



22.
TRADITIONAL AND INNOVATIVE EDUCATION IN THE CHINESE CULTURE

M. V. Bukataya
Keywords: China, Confucianism, traditions, pedagogical principles, information technologies in education
Pages: 138-144

Abstract >>
The article deals with some traditional and modern approaches to education in China. The author describes cultural background and achievements in efficient combining both ideas in the development of education. Some contradictory tendencies in the Chinese culture are shown: on one hand, numerous inventions and the cult of knowledge and, on the other hand, cautious attitude to any progress which could possibly lead to the job imbalance. The author uses his own translation of the relevant materials from the publications of contemporary Chinese scholars and gives his conclusion concerning the development of education in China nowadays as based on the synthesis of traditional values and innovative solutions.



23.
MAHATMA GHANDI'S PRACTICAL PHILOSOPHY OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

A. K. Erokhin
Keywords: philosophy of education, pedagogy, nonviolence principle, ethical education, national character, professional education, national system of education
Pages: 145-153

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The article investigates the practical aspect of Mahatma Ghandi's philosophy of education. The article's theme is the system of education developed by Mahatma Ghandi. The author makes accent on the fusion and development of the Eastern and European, the antic and modern, the paradoxes and constant tendencies in Ghandi's world outlook. These features are revealed through the relations between teacher and pupil, through the methods of education. A conclusion is made that the only right way to change life is through education and upbringing of people, their self-development and purification.



24.
EDUCATION AND THE GENDER RELATIONS TRANSFORMATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF CULTURAL GLOBALIZATION IN JAPAN

A. V. Mircha
Keywords: gender relations, cultural globalization, dualism of "soto/uchi", transformation of traditional values, educational and political institutions
Pages: 153-161

Abstract >>
In the article the author studies the role of educational institutions of Japan in bringing into life the politics of transformation of the gender relations in the conditions of cultural globalization. The author points out the high significance of educational institutions in the process of adopting new values in a "strong" culture (like the Japanese one), because they are generating social subjects who accept these new values.



25.
SPORT AND ITS PHILOSOPHICAL SIGNIFICANCE

A. Hogenova
Keywords: sport, unconcealment, conflict, sense of the Olympic Games
Pages: 162-166

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This paper presents a philosophical analysis of the significance of sport from the point of view of truth in the sense of unconcealment (aletheia). The essence of sport is not a battle in the sense of war but a conflict which is a condition for truthful unconcealment. Through sport the common man can experience truth in its purest form and that is why doping is not only unethical but is also a direct verbalism of a fundamental existential lie.



26.
WHAT KIND OF EDUCATION IS NECESSARY FOR THE GLOBALIZED CULTURE?

J. Šhmajs, B. Šhmajsova-Buhtova
Keywords: education, the labor market, unemployment, qualification, the society of knowledge
Pages: 166-173

Abstract >>
More than ever, the accent in modern economy is put on the use of knowledge and information. The structure of knowledge of the population is a reflection of the country's maturity. Everyone who wants it should have the right to education. However, judging from the experience of the economically developed European countries, the society of knowledge does not solve the problems of low competitiveness, high unemployment rate, the development of democracy and civil society. An analysis is needed of the changes in education in the transforming economy - changes exerting active influence on the labor market and the society.



27.
A PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECT OF CHANGING OF EDUCATORS' PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDES

E. V. Pogrebnyak
Keywords: changing of professional attitudes, personal sense, social attitude, professional stereotypes
Pages: 174-180

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Modern education faces educators' lack of desire to reconsider their non-constructive professional attitudes. In the article, a philosophical analysis of the problem of conservative views and attitudes is given. Through theoretical and methodological research the author reveals the factors that influence the process of rethinking of the person's life and professional values. Some mechanisms of influence of the stereotyped professional attitudes on the person's essential structures are studied. Some conditions that are vital for restructuring the social attitudes are considered. There are indicated further research directions concerning the phenomenon of changing of the educators' professional attitudes.



28.
ESSENCE, STRUCTURE AND THE CONTENT OF THE TEACHER'S PROFESSIONALISM: A SOCIAL-PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS

D. V. Sudarikov
Keywords: professionalism, professional formation, formation of professionalism, stages of the formation of professionalism
Pages: 181-187

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In the article the author examines the concept of formation of the teacher's professionalism from the positions of philosophy, psychology, and pedagogy; and based on this, he determines its essence, structure and content, and also demarcates the concepts of "professional formation" and "formation of professionalism". The analysis of the periodization of professional formation, the contents of the concept of professionalism, widely represented in the scientific literature, allowed the author to isolate the basic stages of formation of the teacher's professionalism. To expand this concept, there is carried out a substantive analysis of professionalism, which presupposes its study as a property, a process and a state of the professional. It is substantiated that, at present, the problem of working out the measures providing continuous education is especially urgent.



29.
A SOCIAL-PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF THE SPECIALIST'S FOREIGN LANGUAGE SPEAKING COMPETENCE

O. V. Nemirovich
Keywords: methods of the foreign language teaching, competence, pedagogical technologies, pedagogy of the University education, higher professional education, global and national cultures
Pages: 187-192

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The author of the article draws attention to the problem of formation of the specialist's foreign language communicative competence; indicates the opportunity and conditions of its formation within the framework of the University education. The author suggests making a special accent on comparison of many different conceptual systems in the context of global and national cultures.   It will lead to comprehension by the student of his/her own uniqueness as a cultural-historical subject. The author gives her own definition of competence as an integrated, universal quality of the person, its readiness for any situations in life and situations of professional interaction in the field of foreign language communication.



30.
FORMATION OF THE SPECIALIST AS A PROSPECTIVE DIRECTION OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

J. B. Petrosov
Keywords: professional formation, program, initial vocational training, personal potential
Pages: 192-198

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In the article, there is considered professional formation of the future specialist as a process on which the modern institution of initial vocational training can be focused. The author characterizes the preconditions, existing in pedagogy, of transferring the current philosophical foundations of education into the practice of organization of the educational processes in the institutions of initial vocational training and their management. As an example, the author considers the program of development of one of the professional schools of Nizhnevartovsk.



31.
PROFESSIONAL SELF-IMPROVEMENT OF THE EXPERT OF EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

O. V. Mitsuk
Keywords: self-education, self-development, self-training, self-improvement, self-improvement of the teacher
Pages: 199-205

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In the article, there is analyzed the present state of psychological and pedagogical research, devoted to the problem of the teacher's professional self-improvement in the system of higher professional and optional professional education. The author analyzes various scientific papers, notions and their functions in the specified context and reveals the substantial characteristics of the phenomenon under consideration. In conclusion, the author defines the notion of "teacher's professional self-improvement" in conformity with the system of professional and optional professional education and distinguishes the structural elements and the essential characteristics of the notion.



32.
ON AN INTERDISCIPLINARY METHODOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE REGIONAL EDUCATION SYSTEMS

N. I. Churkina
Keywords: history of education, methodology of the history of education, interdisciplinary methodology, multidisciplinary methodology, educational regionalistics, region
Pages: 205-211

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The article justifies the need for elaboration of an interdisciplinary methodology, being adequate to the current level of civilization development, scientific thought and the object of research - the history of formation of the regional educational systems. The author suggests implementing the methods of allied sciences for studying the pedagogical phenomena, as well as devising the principles and stages of the educational regionalistics as a new trend in pedagogical research, and substantiates a possibility of applying them within the framework of interdisciplinary methodology.



33.
USING THE SOCIO-CULTURAL SPACE OF THE CITY FOR CAREER GUIDANCE

V. V. Patrina, . V. Filatova
Keywords: vocational guidance, socio-cultural space of the city, productive training, mentorship
Pages: 211-217

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In the paper, the special features of contemporary career guidance are examined. The pedagogical ways and phases of vocational guidance of the youth are defined, their effectiveness is analyzed. The results of realization of the proposed pedagogical ways are forecasted. The activity of using the socio-cultural space of the city in the context of the City as a School project is characterized. The possibility of mentorship for realization of the youth career guidance process is described; the functions of the mentors are defined.



34.
AN OPTIMOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE SYSTEM OF ELEMENTARY VOCATIONAL TRAINING

E. B. Petunina
Keywords: elementary vocational training, optimological approach, social function, economic function, humanization of education
Pages: 217-221

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The article is devoted to the analysis of the system of elementary vocational training from the point of view of optimology. The problem of realization of the functions of the system of elementary vocational training is considered. In particular, it is noted that there is taking place strengthening of the tendency aimed at attaining the economical efficiency. The author substantiates the necessity of more careful attention to the formation of personality of the person being educated in the system of elementary vocational training, with taking into account socio-demographic and socio-cultural characteristics.



35.
THE SYNERGETIC FOUNDATIONS OF CONTINUITY OF THE SECONDARY AND HIGHER VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

D. V. Legenchuk
Keywords: synergetics, continuity, educational system, educational activity, continuous education, multilevel education, self-organization theory
Pages: 222-226

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The article considers the synergetic foundations of continuity of the secondary and higher vocational education under the conditions of modernization of the Russian education. The system of vocational education in view is self-developing in regards to all its constituents, which results in synergy of its development. A self-development impulse is carried by all the subjects of the educational system which are guided by the social conditions of the society development as a whole.



36.
LANGUAGE LEARNING IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS AS A TOPICAL PROBLEM IN TODAY'S INFORMATION SOCIETY

L. P. Zagorulko
Keywords: information, "information explosion", language barrier, education, social system, information society
Pages: 226-233

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The article substantiates the topicality of studying the modern development of language as an element of social system in the educational process. Since information is becoming the basic value, the ability to work with information in the native and foreign languages provides a way to success. Consequently, the problems of language, especially the picture of the world in the native and foreign language cultures, acquire a special importance in the condition of open market economy and gradual change in understanding of the moral values.



37.
PSYCHOLOGICAL SPACE OF THE PERSONALITY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION PROBLEMS

N. V. Buravtsova
Keywords: psychological space of the personality, values of professional education, meaning-of-life-related orientations, professional identity
Pages: 234-240

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The purpose of article is to analyze the basic characteristics of the psychological space of the personality of the student. Special features of the psychological space of the person of the student are revealed depending on the choice of the future profession. It is proven that the level of sovereignty of the personal borders of the humanities majors influences the formation of their professionally important qualities.



38.
TO THE QUESTION ABOUT PROFESSIONALIZATION STUDENT

T. S. Bazarova
Keywords: professionalism, social worker, socialization, value system, studentship
Pages: 240-245

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The article considers the problems of professional adaptation of the students to their future professional activity. It presents the results of the long-term research carried out by the author, concerning the process of personality formation and the practice of the social worker as a professional. The basic characteristics of the social portrait of modern students are presented.



39.
PROBLEM OF REPRESENTATIONS OF THE PERSON ABOUT THE ATTITUDE TO IT IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS (THE PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS)

E. V. Gordienko
Keywords: person (personality, identity), consciousness, expectations, attitude, social thinking
Pages: 245-252

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The purpose of the study, presented in the article, is the theoretical and practical justification of expectations as certain constituents of personality's individual consciousness, in which the person embodies his/her perceptions of other people's attitude to him/her. The assumption that expectations reflect person's internal need for other people's attitude is also substantiated. The person's expectations express personal choice and constitute a certain complex which characterizes the consciousness of identity. The author analyzes some theoretical premises for the study of expectations as a mechanism of individual consciousness; and also empirically identifies and describes the personality features revealed in the expected estimations.



40.
HUMANITARIAN EDUCATION AS A BASIS OF RETURNING TJSCIENCES ITS HUMANITARIAN NATURE

V. G. Leonov
Keywords: humanitarian education, humanization of social life, humanitarian disciplines, humanitarian scientific knowledge
Pages: 253-258

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In the article, there are studied the processes of the culture humanitarization and the social life humanization on the basis of general democratic principles in politics, economy, and the environment organization. In the opinion of the author, modern society realizes the ecological, humanitarian and humanistic insufficiency of modern existence and simultaneously the necessity of turning to new thinking, new activity, and new existence whose basis can (and should) be the humanitarian education. Comprehensive humanitarian education is understood not only as familiarizing with a circle of humanitarian disciplines, but familiarizing with the basics of the scientific knowledge as such. Regardless of the subject, in the center of a scientific subject field there is the person.




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