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№ 3 2018

Mudrik A.V. On the theory of social education

The analysis of the problem of formation of the theory of social education; social pedagogy is denoted as a synthesis of socio-humanitarian knowledge, within it various theories of social education are developing; social education is treated as the process of organizing conditions for positive development, value orientation and selftransformation of personality; middle range theories, concerning the problem are looked upon (V.V.Zenkovsky, S.I.Hessen, E.V.Bondarevskaya, K.N.Wentzel, L.I.Novikova, and others); the characteristic of the concept of educational collective of L.I.Novikova and A.T.Kurakin as an example of the non-totalitarian theory of education is offered.
Keywords:  social pedagogy, social education, theory, non-totalitarian theories of education.

Peterson L.G., Kubysheva M.A. Development of the learning activities concept in the context of general methodological categories and its implementation in the system of continuous mathematical education (preschool, primary and general education)

The article presents the concept of educational activity, developed by the authors on the basis of the methodological version of the theory of activity (GP Shchedrovitsky, OS Anisimov, etc.), describes the general conceptual and technological scheme of educational activity, the technology of organization of educational process with respect to different levels of education and the results of the implementation of the proposed approach in the system of continuous mathematical education.
Keywords:  educational activity, the concept of educational activity, the structure of learning activity, the activity method of teaching, the technology of the activity method. Peterson, the system-activity approach in mathematical education.
Kornetov G. B. Generative pedagogy of Socrates

The author analyzes the generative pedagogy of Socrates, emphasizes that the mayevtics of Socrates (470/469–399) is an outstanding example of the embodiment of the generative pedagogy both in theory and in practice of education. The Socrates method reveals the creative potential and inexhaustible possibilities of generating pedagogy to create conditions that allow a person to develop, relying on his own activity and actualizing his creative potential.
Keywords:  generative pedagogy, Socratic method of maieutics (birth of art), transmission pedagogy, transformative pedagogy.

Astafieva E. N. The conceptualization of the ideas of Nikolai CHekhov on free school terms the transmitting, generating and transforming pedagogy ..

The article presents the author’s views on the representation Of N. V. Chekhov, set out in 1908 in the work « Free school. Experience in organizing a new type of secondary school». In book N. B. Chekhov presented his ideal of a free school, focused on generating and transforming pedagogy. Ideal, denying the characteristic of traditional school approaches a transmission pedagogy. The author, conducting an is-toric analysis, identifies and interprets modern approaches to the development of the national school of its construction

Keywords:  N. V. Chekhov (1865–1947); free education; ideal of free school; transmitting, generating and transforming pedagogy.
Abdullina L.E. Model of pedagogical support of self-education of parent’s pupils of the kindergarten

The aim of the article is to present the model of pedagogical support of self-education of parents. The axiological bases of the model are self-development value and value of reflection, as the methodological bases andragogical, synergetic, system and activity approaches and methodological version of the theory of activity are defined. Results: theoretical justification of process of activities of kindergarten for creating favorable conditions for selfeducation of parents. Scientific novelty of a research: the main components of system of pedagogical support of parents are proved, the principles and pedagogical conditions of pedagogical support of self-education of parents are defined. Practical importance: the technology of pedagogical support of self-education of parents is developed.
Keywords:  parents’ self-education, pedagogical support.

Bakuradze A. B. , Stepanenko V. I. Cadet corps: history and perspectives of educational process

Introduction. The article describes the military education at all stages of its development. On this basis, the authors provide guidance on the content and organization of educational process in the Cadet Corps Target.Goal. The aim of the study is to validate the periodization of military education in Russia, on the basis of which identified the prospects of development of the educational process in modern cadet corps.Methodology and methods of research. As the methodological basis of the content and organization of educational process in military schools are considered the dialectical method, involves consideration of phenomena in the development and methodology underlying the GEF general education.Results. Research result was the selection and description of the authors of the three stages of the development of military education in Russia, as well as recommendations for the development of the educational process in modern military schools, which are formed both on the basis of research the history of military education and the analysis of actual educational needs of state bodies data founders and participants educational relations.Scientific novelty. The authors have also contributed to the understanding of the genesis of the military education system and identified areas for improvement of the educational process in military schools.Practical significance. The materials presented can be used in the development of educational programs and the development programs of military schools and cadet schools, cadet classes of development projects. They may be included in courses on the history of pedagogy and the Russian Armed Forces.

Concol M. M. The problem of studying intercultural tolerance in pedagogical studies

The aim of the study was a theoretical examination of the problem of intercultural tolerance in pedagogical studies. Objectives: to analyze the diversity of approaches to the consideration of the phenomenon of «tolerance» and «intercultural tolerance» in pedagogical science; to characterize the importance of intercultural tolerance in a modern multicultural society. Hypothesis: the theoretical analysis of approaches to the phenomenon of tolerance and intercultural tolerance in pedagogical science will make it possible to consider the possibilities for the formation of intercultural tolerance in the process of professional training of specialists capable of interacting with representatives of different national, cultural and social backgrounds with critical thinking ready for interaction in the sphere of professional activity, as well as interpersonal and intercultural relations. Methods of research: theoretical analysis of scientific literature, systematization and generalization of the material. The results of the work: the diversity of approaches to the study of the phenomenon of «tolerance» and «intercultural tolerance» in pedagogical science was analyzed; The importance of intercultural tolerance in a modern multicultural society is characterized

Keywords:  tolerance, tolerant relationships, interaction of cultures, intercultural tolerance, intercultural communication, training of specialists

Usova S. N. Organization of extracurricular activities of students in schools the moscow region: innovative practices

The article analyzes the innovative experience of organizing extracurricular activities of students in schools of the Moscow region.
Keywords:  extracurricular activities; innovation; regional innovation platforms; innovative model of extracurricular activities

Novikova G. P. Continuous educational process of training teachers in the logic of the concept of facilitation

The article substantiates the relevance and necessity of using the principle of facilitation in the system of professional development of teachers on the basis of person — centered and personality — oriented approaches; shows the system-forming function of the core concept of facilitation-the formation of the teacher’s focus on continuous professional and pedagogical self-development (education all life), improving the level of competence, the desire for self-actualization, awareness, formulation and creative solution of pedagogical problems.
Keywords:  professional development, facilitation, principle, person — oriented and person-centered approaches, adult education, continuing education.

Kalashnikova N.G, Zharkova E. N, Belorukova E.M. There are the content and diagnostics of the evaluative competence of the teacher

Abstract: The article reveals a systematic definition of the evaluative competence of the teacher and modern approaches to its diagnosis and development. Evaluation competence is one of the leading conditions for the development of a new system for assessing the quality of education.  Evaluation competence is one of the leading conditions for the development of a new system for assessing the quality of education. The authors present the material prepared within the framework of the international project «Raising the Evaluation Competence of Teachers of Russia and Tajikistan» as part of the Russian Education Aid for Development (READ) program of the Government of the Russian Federation and the World Bank.Purpose: the development and implementation of a system for the development of evaluative competence of teachers, the definition of the content, forms and methods of diagnosing the results of this development.Methodology and techniques of a research: the authors present a methodology for diagnosing the evaluative competence of the teacher, which is based on the methodology of the system-activity approach. The methodology contains a description of the main components of the evaluative competence of the teacher, levels and indicators of development of evaluation competence, a set of specific diagnostic tools for its evaluation.Results: the components of the evaluative competence of the teacher are described, the characteristics of the development levels of each component of the evaluative competence are determined, a correspondence is established between the levels of development of the evaluation competence and the level of complexity and quality of the decision of the professional tasks of the teacher that are defined in the professional standard, a tool for self-diagnosis of the evaluative competence of the teacher.Scientific novelty: a systematic definition of the evaluative competence of the teacher and a tier description of its main components, a model of the development system of the professional evaluation competency of the teacher are justified.Practical significance: The toolkit of self-diagnostics of evaluative competence of the teacher is described. The methodology makes it possible to increase the effectiveness of the professional development of pedagogical personnel on the basis of the choice of the program by the teacher and the form of further training, strengthening the reflexive analytical and design attitude to his pedagogical and educational activities, the orientation of the educational organization on the principle “everyone learns from everyone.”
Keywords:   evaluation competence, control and evaluation autonomy, structural components of evaluation competence, levels and indicators of evaluative competence, a system for developing the evaluative competence of the teacher.
Miljutina A.A. Justification of training of future primary school teachers to work on the formation of the media company of younger students in the lessons of the Russian language

The subject of the study in this article is the media company of a Junior student in the lessons of the Russian language. The main purpose is to justify its formation in primary school, as well as the training of future primary school teachers for this work. Within the framework of this work, the reasons for the choice of primary school age, the introduction of media in primary education, the definition of the subject «Russian language» as contributing to a more effective formation of media companies, the impact of working with media on the achievement of metasubject results (the formation of certain universal educational actions), training of future primary school teachers to teach the formation of media competence of younger students in the lessons of the Russian language in the discipline « Methods of teaching Russian language and literature in primary school.» The result of this work is to update the content of training, contributing to the creation of a highly qualified specialist in the field of primary education, and the formation of successful in various fields of educational activity of a primary school graduate.

Keywords:  junior schoolchild, Russian language, mediacompetence, future teachers of primary classes, mediameans, elementary school, discipline.
Dmitrieva T. M. Factors affecting the competitiveness of the organization of additional education of children

This article explores the concept of competitiveness of educational institutions, accepted in science and provides a definition of the competitiveness of the organization of additional education of children in relation to the study. Describes a part of the ascertaining experiment and search experiment, the result of which is the relevance of constructing a model of managerial influence on the factors affecting the competitiveness of the organizations of additional education of children. Research methods are critical analysis of scientific sources on this problem, interviewing, questioning. The scientific novelty of this article is the definition of competitiveness of the organization of additional education of children offered by the author. The practical significance lies in the developed interviews for consumers of educational services and a questionnaire to identify the preferences of parents — customers of educational services. The result of the study at this stage are the identified criteria and indicators that affect the competitiveness of the organization of additional education of children.
Keywords:  organization of additional education of children, competitiveness, customer and consumer educational services, ascertaining and search experiment, criteria and indicators of competitiveness, the model of management impact on the competitiveness of educational organizations
№ 2 2018

Leonid Lourie. Innovative activity in the context of educational philosophy

Conceptual and methodological problems of innovative activity are observed from the point of view of philosophical and cultural generalizations and identification of the essential foundations of modern education. Innovative activity is not carried out to the best of its ability — it overcomes the threshold of predetermination due to super-powers.

Only so expressed prophecies about the fate of education become main achievements of the spirit, worthy of embodiment in the educational process, a testimony of the creative capabilities of a person who wants to share his thoughts with others. The teacher is the creator of innovations, his obsession is contagious. He creates a new aesthetic system. Innovation acts as a synthesis of education and freedom and serves as a source of inspiration for the subjects of education involved in the dramatic plot of the struggle of ideas. Innovation is a way of expressing the national identity of its participants in the educational process, which rises to the awareness of the acute worldview problems, the mental qualities of the teacher as a professional, the philosophical meanings of the life of the educational community in the country and the world.

Keywords: innovative activity, culture, context, philosophy of education, world outlook.

Potemkina T., Popkova S. Competitions of professional workshop as a means of professional and personal development of a student of college


Aim: Identify the potential of professional competitions for the professional and personal development of students of organizations of secondary vocational education.

Methodology and research methods: Based on the analysis of the processes described in the works of modern practitioners, as well as researchers of vocational education, features of professional and personal development of future specialists are revealed, and trends in the development of the labor market are determined. A comparative analysis of the contents of professional competitions is conducted in order to identify the potential for professional and personal development of college students.

Results:Modernization of the system of vocational education creates a new image of a professional educational organization, which in turn forms a new image of a middle-level specialist. One of the signs of the introduced changes is the development of competitions of professional skill among future specialists at different levels (regional, national, international).

In addition to the immediate task of mastering professional activity, a professional contest for the purposes of professional and personal development of the personality also performs a number of other tasks related to their orientation to the professional orientation of young people, to popularize modern working professions; focus on personal achievements in professional activities; on development of industrial culture of the future expert; orientation to mastering the best international practices. Professional competition acts as a resource for updating active forms of learning and evaluation.

Scientific novelty: The tasks of professional competitions in the professional and personal development of a future specialist have been clarified.

Practical significance: The material presented in the article can be used in the process of developing professional development programs for college students, in programs for improving the skills of managers and teachers of professional organizations of secondary vocational education.

Keywords: professional competition, training of workers.

Iourieva S. S. Educational and research activities at german language lessons as a form of self-realization and motivation to learn german of high school students

Introduction.The article deals with the problems of the importance of introducing the principles of scientific research activity at the lessons of foreign languages. The article also contains several samples of organizing research work dedicated to students of secondary schools specializing in foreign languages. These samples are based on the use of the principles of integrating the majority of school subjects. The author underlines the idea that research work serves not only as a means of self-development but also as one of the ways to help students chose the most suitable for them occupation. Тhe article focuses on the development of methods of research activity at the lessons of the German language and as a type of extra-curricular activity. Research activity is estimated as a universal way of investigation of the rules of modern society which leads to the growing interest in the learning process. The author of the article underlines the importance of research activity for teenagers who are making the first progress in various sciences, such a kind of activity turns teenagers into real discoverers and presents from being inactive. Furthermore, the author speaks about the importance of this method for further education at universities and for practicing a profession.

General purpose.An objective of this research achievement of effectiveness of educational and research activities of pupils during creation of certain pedagogical conditions, disclosure of mechanisms of its realization at a learning of foreign language and also creation of a methodical grant for teachers of German for realization of joint research activity  when studying German.

Methodology and technique of a research. As a methodological basis of a research the cultural and historical concept of L.S. Vygotsky, a concept about theoretical thinking of V.V. Davydov, the concept of problem learning of I.Y. Lerner, the concept of a research position of A.S. Obukhov, anthropocentric approach are considered. In the course of the research the complex of research methods was used.

Results of a research. Development of an educational and methodical grant for realization of educational and research activity when studying German  for an effective remedy of personal development and formation of outlook is result of a research.

Academic novelty. In this research the specifics of educational and research activity in the field of a foreign language as bases of formation of foreign-language communicative competence, increase in motivation to a learning of foreign language for the first time are considered.

Practical significance. The developed methodical recommendations are addressed to teachers for successful realization of educational research when studying German.


Keywords: activity, cognition, self-development, self-education, subject, object, creativity, realization, motivation, formation, personality.

Farid Suleymanov. Social aspects of inclusion

Abstract. Topicality of the article.The article deals with social aspects of inclusion which is as important and topical issue as academic aspect of inclusion. Social side of inclusion has quite an important contribution to promotion of inclusive education. Defining the concept of inclusion, the article also refers to empirical studies which reveal positive social effect if inclusion.

Scientific innovation of the article.The article reviews empirical studies on the social perspective of inclusive education and suggests that inclusive education does support active social life of children with special needs.

New scientific implication of the article. The foremost implication of the article suggests that inclusion is an effective and essential process for socialization of children with special needs.

Voiteleva T., Marchenko O. Methods and advice for training russian language as a non-natural


Introduction. The article is a fragment of a monograph devoted to the problem of teaching Russian as a non-native in a general education school in the context of a competence educational paradigm. In multinational Russia, Russian is often taught in classes with a multi-ethnic composition of students.The teacher of the basic school should know about the basic methods and methods of teaching Russian as a non-native language.

General purpose. The purpose of this study is to develop methods and methods of teaching Russian as a non-native language, allowing the teacher to organize the activities of students for whom the Russian language is not native, in such a way as to help them achieve meta-subject, subject and personal results of mastering the Russian language course.

Research methodology.As a methodological basis for the study were the main provisions of the theory of teaching methods as a key section of didactics, the main approaches to the teaching of the Russian language in the context of federal state educational standards.

Results.As a result of the research, linguodidactic features of teaching the Russian language as a non-native language were outlined in the monograph "Linguodidactic bases of teaching Russian as a non-native language" (T.M.Voiteleva, O.N.Marchenko .- M.: AIU MGOU, 2017).

Academic novelty.The linguistic and psychological-pedagogical bases of education are defined, the main content lines that provide the formation of communicative, linguistic and cultural competence among schoolchildren who study Russian as a non-native language are described, methods and methods of teaching the Russian language as non-native in educational organizations with Russian (non-native) and native (non-Russian) language of instruction.

Practical significance.Theoretical and practical material on the study of sections of the Russian language: phonetics and orthoepy, morphomics and word formation, vocabulary and phraseology, morphology, syntax, formation of speech capacity of students will be useful for Russian teachers working in multinational classes, postgraduate students, scientists and specialists in the field of theory and methods of teaching the Russian language as a non-native language, as well as specialists in the system of additional vocational education and a system for upgrading the skills of workers about mation.

Key words: teaching Russian as a foreign language, the principles of teaching Russian as a foreign language, a competent approach to teaching Russian as a foreign language, methods and techniques of teaching Russian.

Bulavleva T. - Innovations in education: integration into the process of resocialization of adolescents

Abstract: The main components of innovation activity are described, the features of social constructivism, new educational technologies and intellectual solutions, the results of the analysis of the integration of some forms of blended learning, the correlation between innovations in education and resocialization, tools and services for full-time, mixed and online learning.

Key words: innovations in education, resocialization, social constructivism, mixed teaching technologies.

Belyakova O.V. Accounting of age features of a child development at identification of his endowments


In article the problem of identification of the children's endowments characteristic only of this personality reveals; value of accounting of age features of children at identification of the inclinations of the child appearing in a combination of the properties and qualities which are set of the steady psychological lines of the personality defining his identity which is characterized by the inclinations and abilities entering into structure of endowments.

Keywords: inclinations, endowments, general and special abilities, age features of development.

Manuzina S. L., Kamanina M. V.  Mental arithmetic

Abstract: Тhis article discusses issues of child development in the understanding of the game at an early stage of his life to rigorous study at school. In the third Millennium the child should grow up comprehensively developed person. In modern society, intelligent people are considered a national treasure, so the first-priority task - development of skills to active mental activity. An approach to brain development using mental arithmetic - the method of verbal counting.

Purpose. Тo Consider the intellectual development of a modern child in the dynamics of the game to the latest learning technologies such as mental arithmetic.

Methods and techniques. We used socio-pedagogical and cultural approaches in the initial consideration of a rapid breakthrough in the development of intellectual abilities of children through a new method of rapid counting "mental arithmetic, based on the historical aspect of child development through the game.

Scientific novelty. Currently, the issue of early development of the child, which provides for the formation of a fully developed personality, does not lose relevance. It is known that the third Millennium was marked by an "information revolution". In modern society, intellectually developed people are considered a national treasure, so the task of forming the ability to active mental activity comes to the fore. "Geniuses do not fall from the sky, they should be able to form and develop," A. Bebel said. In the mental development and, if I may say so, the mental education of preschool children, along with proven techniques such as sensory education, the scientific world and the entire advanced pedagogical Arsenal unfolds to innovative methods. The most important, in my opinion, is the new method of rapid oral counting - mental arithmetic, which not only teaches you to quickly count in the mind, but also develops both hemispheres of the child's brain. Curiosity, activity to the doctrine is formed, memory and logical thinking are trained. The issue of mental abilities and a developed intellect in our days, comes to the fore and leads to other questions of cultural studies, social adaptation and behavior in society, and then the civilian positions of responsibility.

Practical significance. The cognitive space of the school and the out-of-school environment closely interact with each other, socializing the personality of the child, introducing it to the culture and value orientations of our time. Familiarity with society gives the child the feeling that he is part of the big world in its historical development. There is a discovery and realization of own "I" and this "I" has to be clever, intellectually developed, all-round, sociocultural and harmonious. In modern society, intellectually developed people are considered a national treasure, so the task of forming the ability to active mental activity comes to the fore. What needs to be done in order that the modern child could open the mental abilities, train them? It is important to organize the educational and cognitive process as a form that deepens knowledge and promotes rapid intellectual ontogenesis.  Our answer to the question is mental arithmetic. Mental arithmetic - a new technique in Russia oral counting using abacus opens us new horizons of the so-called "fast" mind, the development of fine motor skills through playing forms of additional education social and cultural orientation.

Key words. Мental arithmetic, additional education of children, methods of counting, the development of the child.

Ovchinnikov Y. D., Plotnikova Y.V. Ergonomic toys in the tactile sensations of fingers (using block designer Finklestein™)

Abstract: in the article the authors consider an important scientific problem - the ergonomics of the properties of children's toys in the plane of practical use. Namely intellectual thinking, creative development and physical rehabilitation. Studies were conducted on the example of modern children's toys, designer of the new generation block designer Finklestein™.This is a unique educational game for children, which has no analogues in the world, is well advertised in Internet sources. Ergonomics product marketing concept, but in terms of not only creative development, but also the physical rehabilitation of children with disabilities. Biomechanical movements, movements made with a certain purpose. This toy is useful for children with special movement, speech disorders. Tactile sensations with the fingertips contribute to the development of correct speech sounds. The toy will help to calm down, to concentrate on performance by hands of a certain action with the completed result. Bright details will help to get rid of depression. Ergonomics of children's goods not only convenience and comfort, but also esthetics, social functionality of development of the personality on the basis of modern technologies.

Keywords: designer Finklestein™,games, models, pedagogy, biomechanics, development.

Polyakov A.V., Lukyanov A.P. Interaction of the teacher and students in the class of musical instrument (piano)

Abstract.The article is devoted to the peculiarities of interaction between the teacher and students in the class of a musical instrument (piano). Classifications of styles of pedagogical communication, types of pedagogical interaction are considered. The article raises the question of the importance of the teacher's personality in the context of the implementation of the tasks of the pedagogy of music education. Factor of personal influence of the teacher («with a plus sign» and «with a minus sign»): the ability to influence other people through stimulating, restraining, calming and other actions that entail changes in the person's views, motives, character and behavior. The social and professional position of the teacher, expressed in the style of his pedagogical communication.

In the context of examples of pedagogical interaction of great’s teachers-pianists, the principle of an individual approach in the class of a musical instrument (piano) is described: the consideration of interests, inclinations and characteristics of students, the creation of a positive emotional and psychological atmosphere of individual activities. It is proved that pedagogical ability to listen to students is an important factor in its pedagogicalinteraction.

The concepts of effective and empathic hearings are considered. The first of which, assumes the desire to understand and remember what was heard. Second – means the inclusion of a feedback mechanism with the interlocutor, whose goal is to support another person on the basis of penetration into his emotional and psychological state.

Describes the age features of students, affecting the interaction of the teacher with students and the style of pedagogical communication, helping to achieve the best results in school and in the relationship between the teacher and the student.

Panchenko O.G., Savostyanov A. I. Spatial organization of artistry in teaching culture of modern teacher in the process of improving the qualifications of

Annotation. In pedagogical activities formed the special structure of abilities. It embodies the interplay of literary, acting, teaching reporting skills during orientation. Their development helps to address the many challenges: improving the effectiveness of pedagogical interaction, creating a creative atmosphere of cooperation in the pedagogical process and maximize realise the creative potential of all its members. pedagogical artistry as a manifestation of the rich palette of attitudinal responses to the phenomenon of the surrounding world, the ability of a bright emotional-shaped information conversion in the right direction for the lesson is quality, with real today the right to be included in the professiogrammu of a modern teacher.

Keywords: pedagogical culture; artistry; creative personality.

Afanasyeva T. P., Novikova G.P., Tynnikov Y. S.  The formation of professional language awareness of teachers of the educational complex by means of reflexive-role-playing*


The article is devoted to the important psycholinguistic problem of the formation of professional language consciousness. Its relevance is due to the need to include educators of educational complexes that are representatives of differing organizational and professional cultures in the joint development and implementation of programs for their development. The authors substantiate the possibility of forming a professional language consciousness among teachers in the process of mastering generalized methods for identifying and solving the problems of the development of an educational organization. Describes the idea, stages and main stages of the learning game, during which its participants played different roles that changed depending on the situation. The change of roles by the participants ensured the formation of collective forms of professional consciousness. The basis for developing the teaching method was the theory of learning activity and the concept of problem training.
The choice of a reflexive role game as an adequate form for the realization of the developed content is substantiated. It is shown that in the course of the discussion, through the given roles, it is possible to demonstrate to the learners the system nature of the object under study and the nature of the relations in it. Due to the change in roles, each trainee can be put in a position directly opposite to the one he defended before. This creates conditions for the translation of the dialogue inside, in the consciousness of each trainee.

Key words: discussion, game, teacher, problematization, professional language consciousness, training, reflection.

Pudenko T.I.,  Skurikhina J.A. Individualization of teachers 'professional development in the context of new tasks, problems and opportunities of the national system of teachers' growth

Abstract.the article presents the characteristic of main changes which the system of additional professional pedagogical education will collide with in case of introduction of national system of teacher's growth. Modern approaches to the individualization of teachers’ professional development and possible directions of its changes are presented. The key problems and risks of the introduction of a qualification level assessment of teachers' qualifications and the results-based evaluation of the teachers’ professional development are considered. The tasks of the transition period are indicated.

Keywords:additional professional pedagogical education; national system of teacher growth; professional development of the teacher; individual trajectories of professional development


Desyatnik E. To develop the competence of the manager's goal-setting: the contextual approach

Introduction. The article deals with the problem of forming the competence of the Manager's goal-setting in the system of additional professional education. It is proposed to use the theory of contextual education as a basis for the model of formation of competence of the Manager.

General purpose. The aim of this study is to develop an educational program on the basis of the model of formation of the competence of the Manager's goal-setting in the system of additional professional education based on the theory of contextual education.

Research methodology. The theory of contextual education is considered as a methodological basis for the model of formation of the competence of the Manager's goal-setting.

Results. The result of the research is educational programs based on the model of competence formation of the head in the system of additional professional education on the basis of the theory of contextual education.

Academic novelty. The efficiency of using the theory and technologies of contextual education as a psychological and pedagogical platform of the model of formation of goal-setting of the head is shown.

Practical significance. On the basis of this model the educational program on formation of competence of the purpose-setting of the head in system of additional professional education is realized.

Key words: theory of contextual education, competence of the Manager's goal-setting, additional professional education.

1 2018

Leonid Lourie «New wave» lyceums in verse crisis education reforms in russia (based on lyceum № 1 experience, the city of perm)


Introduction: Lyceum education is a remarkable example of advances of civilization. Every epoch fills with its genuine implications spiritual aspirations of humanity and passes them on to the new generation. Lyceum education of “new wave” in Russia is making attempts to convey experience of Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum where Pushkin and numerous other gifted people of Russia got education based on liberal ideas. Perm Lyceum №1 was amongst the first lyceums of the new time in Russia, its success and failures are typical for many educational establishments of the country.

Materials and Methods: Being a unique sociocultural phenomenon, lyceums should be established not only by educational department, but also at the level of municipal departments of culture and science as well as other institutions interested in training highly-qualified specialists. Lyceum community lifestyle, consolidated values of the individual, the society and the state are essential for nurturing professional elite and professional leaders, which have recently been acknowledged. This is not a personal, but a national problem. The basis of such education is the system of continuous education “school – university”, which allows, due to its flexibility, to change and adapt personality-centered trajectory of a student’s development.


Results: Particular innovations, which constitute the concept “Lyceum” if used miscellaneously will, at best, merely add a certain touch to the learning process. What is more essential is the composition integrity of the innovations which result in formation of a new individual in Russia. All this requires financial support, which at present cannot be provided by the state, but commercial services in education and health care, which appear to be very tempting, will finally tend to be on the wane.


Discussion and Conclusions: The best samples of educational and research work can be generated in the framework of the system of lyceum education to be introduced in other educational establishments. Innovations that could ameliorate the quality of education in Lyceum and other educational establishments have been considered. Extraordinary security measures, which are being introduced in educational establishments of the country, transform the Lyceum into security area with “frigid hospitality”. In addition, this area is imposed with increased land taxes, turning this area into Chekhov’s “Cherry Orchard” in future. Stagnation in education devalues the “new wave” of lyceum education and molds the innovation “calm”, fraught with indifference and loss of creative activity.


Key words: lyceum, culture, system “school-university”, orientation of education, effectiveness of lyceum education, continuity of education.

Akimova O. B., Tabachenko T. S. Application of active distance training forms in preparation of masters

Annotation. The problems of distance learning of undergraduates in the direction of preparation "Pedagogical education", the profile of the preparation "Philological education" are considered. Specially for undergraduates, an educational and methodical complex has been developed, including a program of discipline with a technological map, a series of thematic studies with assignments, reference material for assignments, additional teaching materials (electronic textbooks, dictionaries, etc.). The article contains examples of thematic tasks for independent work with references to reference materials on one of the disciplines of the professional cycle "Modern problems of philology and education".

Keywords. Distance learning, active forms and methods of studying undergraduates, training

Panicheva E.V., Pankova V.Y. Translation referencing as a factor of teaching a foreign language as a means for communication in the professional sphere

Abstract: The feature article considers the role and place of translation referencing in the process of teaching a foreign language with a view to using it as a means of professional communication in the present instructional system of specialists training. The authors explore the specifics of translation referencing and its teaching, comparing and contrasting it with abstracting translation. The article represents a broad range of opinions on the problem that is currently gaining topicality due to the steadily increasing volume of information in foreign languages. Special attention is paid to the scopos-theory of translation as an innovation in the methodology of foreign languages teaching conducive to improving students’ motivation for professional communication.

Keywords: an abstract, abstracting translation, a language for communication in the professional sphere, motivation, scopos theory of translation, a text in a foreign language, translation referencing

Akimova O.B., Shcherbin M.D. Digital transformation of education: timeliness of educational and cognitive independence of students

Annotation. The relevance of the topic is due to the beginning of the transition through the post-industrial economy of the country to digital and changed in this regard, the socio-economic conditions of Russia. This led to the search for educational paradigms adequate to the high growth of the role of information technologies and the need to improve the professionalism of teachers in the use of computer technologies in education. Digitalization affects not only the content of education, but also its organization. The teacher turns from a carrier of broadcast knowledge and skills into a Navigator, which helps to navigate the knowledge bases. The purpose of the article is to draw the attention of the pedagogical community to the need for e-learning in the modern educational practice of Russian education. The leading approach to the study of this problem is the analysis of the world and Russian experience in the use of e-learning in order to strengthen the independence of students. As a result of the study, recommendations on the implementation of e-learning in the conditions of Russian education are proposed. The article can be useful for teachers who want to apply modern methods and technologies of teaching.

Keywords: independence of students, educational and cognitive activity of students, e-learning, higher education, online education, digitalization.

Ermakova Y. Innovative approaches to education of culture of health of students in the college environment


The article discusses the potential of promoting a culture of health as a health of the creative model, the introduction of students in the health of the creative, cultural process of individual human development in an educational College environment. It proves the necessity of changes in teaching approaches to structuring the educational process on the basis of the conceptual dominant.


An innovative approach, fostering a culture of health, healthy lifestyle, linguoecology, security, linguistic environment, ecological and personal model of the educational environment, the anthropological model of the educational environment.


Orlova E.V. Learning role games at russian language terms

Abstract: Role play is one of the interactive teaching methods that are widely used in modern education. Modern educational standards require the use of interactive methods. The reform and renewal of higher education in Russia also requires the use of interactive methods.

Teaching role-playing game is widely used in classes in the Russian language in the formation of students of philological and non-philological specialties of linguistic and communicative competence.

The goal of the role-playing game in teaching the Russian language is the formation and development of readiness for communication in Russian in oral and written forms, as well as readiness for self-development, self-realization, self-education, and the use of creative potential.

Teaching role-playing games serve the formation of linguistic and communicative competencies, as well as the socialization of the individual. This is the most important task of the modern Russian education system. The greatest result when using role-playing game is achieved when teaching active, well-performing students.

The organization of a role-playing game requires a high qualification of the teacher to create a benevolent, creative, relaxed atmosphere in the classroom that promotes a more active learning of the Russian language. A teacher who has interactive methods, in particular, the ability to organize learning games, is valued more than just a knowledgeable subject teacher, since he can effectively organize work on revealing the creative potential of the student.

Teaching role-playing games are divided into rigid, regulated, and free, allowing improvisation of students. The organization of the teaching role-playing game includes three stages: preparatory, main (playing the game) and final. Each stage has its own goals and objectives. Correct compliance with all stages of the role-playing game allows you to achieve the goal and objectives.

Of particular importance is the third stage, the stage of evaluating the results of a role-playing game, which, as a rule, receives the least attention. There are 4 main approaches depending on the subject of evaluation.

In the most democratic approach to evaluation, students who participate in the role-playing game are first expressed. Each pair of students who make up the dialogue itself estimates with comments about their successes and failures. This allows you to form and develop self-control and self-analysis skills, contributes, above all, to emotional withdrawal from the game. All members of the student group demonstrate their reflection about what they saw and heard later. In conclusion, the teacher summarizes the discussion, focuses the attention of the students on the main results, on the successes and failures of the presentation of the dialogues within the framework of the teaching role-playing game.

Samples of educational role-playing games can be found in textbooks written by the author of the article.

Key words: Russian language, interactive method, role play, linguistic, communicative, competence, higher education, training.

Mazurchuk N.I., Mazurchuk E.O., Ziryanova E.V. Communicative competence of Junior schoolchildren with different levels of self-esteem

Abstract. Modern information society needs people with high level of development of communicative competence that lead to the possibility of fast and quality transmission of information between the subjects of communication. This fact encourages us to start searching for the reasons that facilitate or hinder this at the earliest stages of ontogenesis of human life in the – Junior school age. The results of long-term pedagogical observation allowed as a key reason to select the high (promoting) or low (inhibiting) the level of self-esteem of younger pupils. From the self-esteem of younger pupils depends largely on its activity in activity and communication and self-improvement. Formed self-esteem maintains the dignity of the child and gives him the opportunity to feel a full-fledged communicative partner.


Understanding of the problem, have highlighted the need for identifying research context, communicative competence and level of self-esteem of younger students to verify this fact empirically.

The article describes five main indicators of formation of communicative competence of Junior schoolchildren, to ensure the success of communication, the definition of communicative competence in the context of student-centered education, focusing on the internal resources of the individual as a self-developing system, which is the source of effective communication in interpersonal interaction. Justifies empirically the thesis that the increase in the level of communicative competence of younger schoolboys by an increase in their level of self-esteem.

Keywords: personal centered education, personality, communicative competence, self-esteem, self-esteem levels.

Afonin S.B. The main provisions of building an adaptive training course

Annotation. The article discusses the key stages of building an adaptive e-learning course. It is shown how the conceptual model of the subject area is built, on the basis of which algorithms and theories an adaptive functional is created for the construction of an individual route of the student and when working with educational material.

Key words: Adaptive learning, adaptive training, knowledge model student model domain knowledge

Sidenko E.A. Philosophical and methodological approach to the formation of a single organizational culture of the educational organization based on the mechanism of transition motivation to avoid failure in the motivation for success

Annotation. The author considers the problem of the absence of a single organizational culture in the educational organization, highlights the contradiction between the need to create a single organizational culture and the lack of a model of creating and broadcasting a single organizational culture based on the transformation of motivation. The novelty of the research consists in describing the model of translation of the motivation to avoid failures into the motivation to succeed, on the basis of which a single organizational culture is created.

Keywords: philosophical and methodological approach, unified organizational culture, motivation to avoid failures, motivation of achievement, transformation of motivation.

Klemаntovich I.P. Psychological and pedagogical problems of microsocium

Annotation. Scientific approaches to the study of problems of society in a multidisciplinary field with the use of forms and methods of interdisciplinary interaction accumulated by mankind scientific experience of philosophy, psychology, sociology, pedagogics, social pedagogics, medicine, natural, economic and political Sciences; analyzed the functions of the microsocial environment, describes the significant characteristics of the Microsocium.

Keywords: problems of society, scientific approaches, harmonious Outlook of the person, noospheric thinking