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Creativity in The Structure of Professionalism of a Higher School Teacher
Irina Petrovna Gladilina
pp. 1691-1699 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.546a | Article Number: ijese.2016.140
In the science, due to the absence of strict and exact criteria for differentiating between creative and non-creative activities of a human, there is no rather full definition of ‘creativity’ notion despite that this matter was addressed by many scholars. Multifactor field in the science on creativity allows interpreting the essence of ‘creative personality’ notion as the set of independent separate characteristics identifying original individuality of a personality and the highest degree of its creative achievement. Meantime, creative approaches to the solution of professional tasks show the creative essence of a higher school teacher and are manifested in creative activity. On the basis of the analysis of literature on the research topic, the notion of ‘development of creativity in the structure of professionalism of a higher school teacher’ was formed: the activity seeking to establish purposed desire for creativity in a higher school teacher’s personality in the course of exercising his/her professional duties and development of his/her personal qualities required in that connection. In the course of the research it was acknowledged that development of creativity in a higher school teacher includes: a personality’s need in creative activity; creative skills; characterological personal features; individual specifics of psychical processes. The author, based on own experience, rationalizes the suggestion that the principal factor of successful training of adults (post-graduate studies, skills upgrading, professional retraining) is creative organization of not only the academic process but also of creative cooperation at all the stages of communicative chain ‘higher school teacher – adult trainee’.
Keywords: creativity, professionalism, training scientific and pedagogical staff, post-graduate study, skills upgrading, professional retraining
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Methodology of Artistic Identification on the Path of the Comprehension of Composer’s Works in A Piano Class
Elena Anatolyevna Meleshkina, Anna Iosifovna Scherbakova, Irina Anatolyevna Korsakova, Elena Vladimirovna Slavina & Irina Sergeevna Kazakova
pp. 1701-1710 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.547a | Article Number: ijese.2016.141
The article is devoted to the reflection on the problem of the “immersion” in the artistic world of a composer’s creative work in a piano class in the beginning of the 21st century. The wealth and diversity of the music material for piano players determine the new quality of understanding music and set high goals and objectives for a performing musician and a music teacher, the achievement of which becomes a factor of considerable professional and spiritual growth. In the authors’ opinion, the involvement in the never-ending process of immersion in the musical world of images, meanings and moods, inherent in music, requires of a modern music teacher the ability to create a pedagogical environment that would contribute to performance-related, musical and aesthetic, spiritual and moral development of an artist’s personality. This, in turn, is inextricably associated with the training of universally educated musicians, possessing a high humanitarian culture, emotional responsiveness and comprehensive knowledge. In this regard, it seems to be efficient to apply in the pedagogical process the combination of musical-aesthetic and psycho-pedagogical approaches proposed in the article – conceptual, syncretic and comparative-contrastive. Another efficient approach is based on using in a piano class the methodology of artistic identification of a musical composition (“immersion technique”), developed on the basis of L. Ionin’s theory “Identification and dramatization” (Ionin, 1998), which involves stage-by-stage assimilation of external and internal aspects of a comprehended phenomenon as a unity of form and content
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Results of The Investigation of Psychological Influence On Development of Students’ Motivation
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pp. 1711-1720 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.548a | Article Number: ijese.2016.142
The article considers peculiar problems of motivation formation in pedagogical activity, motivational sphere of the personality by means of purposeful influence of psychological factors, influence in the form of active methods of study (special psychological course, practicum, and training), problems of realization of active methods in teaching process worked out on the basis of collective-dialogue cognitive activity (CDCA) technology.
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Educational Services Market as A Factor of Formation of Professional Mobility and Conditions for Its Implementation
Vasily Vasilevich Kadakin & Guseyn Gardash ogly Zeynalov
pp. 1721-1734 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.549a | Article Number: ijese.2016.146
The relevance of the problem stated in the article is conditioned by the fact that the inclusion of Russia into the international market area requires a new quality in educators – professional mobility. The market is not an end in itself, but the environment in which educators must learn to fulfill their personal, intellectual and creative potentials. Many Russian experts do not have such experience and the ability to quickly respond to market challenges. The purpose of the article is to analyze the experience of the Mordovian State Pedagogical Institute in the educational services market of the Volga, Russia and at the international level aimed at the formation of professional mobility and market-oriented mind in educators and students and the experience of the management of their pathways. In 2009, the Institute developed the Management and Development Policy. The structure of the proposed Management and Development Policy includes: strategic and tactical steps aimed at the formation of professional mobility in educators of the Institute by enhancing professionalism and including them as elements in the market environment of the region and Russia. The Institute offers a new model of work organization as a result of purposeful management of teachers' performance through the introduction of a flexible incentive scale following the results of scientific-pedagogical activities. In this model, mobility becomes systemically important, and the market is a factor for its formation and conditions for its implementation. The higher education institution serves as a link between an educator and the market. The task of the higher education institution is to create conditions under which educators implement their intellectual and creative potential, forming and leading a pathway of professional mobility. The tasks of educators include cooperation with each other, with students, external partners on network cooperation, the administration of the higher education institution. The ability to hold and control a dialogue serves as the main instrument. As a result of cooperation, small mobile groups working in a particular period of time are formed in order to solve a specific task on the basis of the division of labor between the parties on a functional basis. The simulation method allows to consider the problem as a results-oriented and organized process for the formation of professional mobility. The systemic approach involves consideration of the object under study as the integrity, conditionally abstracting from external factors. The article does not provide solutions to all problems, but determines the dependence of the professional mobility of a specialist on processes of the educational services market.
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Green Skills for Green Economy: Case of The Environmental Education Role in Kazakhstan's Economy
Gaini Dlimbetova, Zhanbol Zhylbaev, Lyailya Syrymbetova & Aiman Аliyeva
pp. 1735-1742 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.550a | Article Number: ijese.2016.144
The research on situation with developing “green skills” in conditions of transition to “green economy” is analysed in this article. Kazakhstan like many other states has been going through transition to “green economy” since 2013. Economic reforms have made an impact on the system of environmental education. The authors of this research directed their efforts at revealing how people use “green skills” in such sectors as catering, car-service and waste management. The authors carried out sociological survey and observation in order to find out to what extent knowledge, skills, opinions, types of behaviour associated with “green skills” are spread among the respondents. Comparative analysis demonstrated that application of environment-friendly operating procedures at enterprises in official and non-official sector vary. Many employees perceive “green skills” as environmental friendliness and have no proper understanding of the role of “green skills”.
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Electronic Learning Courses as A Means to Activate Students’ Independent Work in Studying Physics
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pp. 1743-1751 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.551a | Article Number: ijese.2016.145
Currently, there are special requirements to the system of higher education, focused not only on imparting knowledge to students, but also on the formation of the continuous need for independent self-education, self-creative approach to getting knowledge throughout their active life. In this regard, the role of students’ independent work with its potential to revitalize educational and research activities, to form general and professional competencies, self-education and self-promotion increases significantly. Currently, high-quality educational process is impossible without effective information and communication technologies. Particular importance is attached to the development and use of electronic educational courses which provides that all students of the academic group, without exception, will be involved into the process of learning. However, experience shows that students and teachers are not adequately trained to organize independent work effectively, and there are many issues that need to be addressed. The paper considers the problem of organization of students’ independent work in the study of physics through the use of remote modules, and describes the experience of the development and application of electronic learning courses (ELC) for the major sections of physics at the Physics and Mathematics Department in Elabuga Institute of Kazan (Volga region) Federal University. The obtained results prove the importance and effectiveness of the developed electronic educational courses in the study of physics in the context of improving the efficiency of students’ independent work when competency approach is used for training bachelors that enhances their competitiveness.
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Prospect of Foster Family by Foster Children With Disabilities
Liliya Arturovna Aslamazova, Alla Anatolievna Yurina, Lyubov Pavlovna Kochenkova & Ludmila Vyacheslavovna Krasnova
pp. 1753-1763 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.552a | Article Number: ijese.2016.143
This article deals with child-parent relationships in foster families, who bring up foster children with disabilities. The research was conducted in Republic of Adygheya (the Russian Federation). We have found out that, according to a child’s view, interfamily relationships can be very ambivalent. On the one hand, foster children say that they have positive relationships with foster parents and describe their foster family as friendly, affectionate and thoughtful; on the other hand, they experience many difficulties in establishing interpersonal relationships, they can’t collaborate and have a high level of anxiety and hostility towards others. They view interfamily relationships as complicated, conflict, emotionally cold.
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Elena Borisovna Petrova & Fairuza Musovna Sabirova
pp. 1765-1776 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.553a | Article Number: ijese.2016.147
The article substantiates the necessity of studying the peculiarities of color vision of human in the course "Biophysics" that have been integrated into many types of higher education institutions. It describes the experience of teaching this discipline in a pedagogical higher education institution. The article presents a brief review of the most compelling existing color vision hypotheses, according to the authors mind: G. Allen, P. Lucas and N. Domini, which are mainly associated with the appearance of color perception with dietary habits of human ancestors, and a fundamentally different assumptions of M. Changizi, whereby the color perception was necessary for a human for a good communication with their own kind for the evaluation of skin tones. In this article is observed the system of the educational experiment research of the functioning of the color perception system of the human eye, as a natural addition to the proposed hypotheses. An experimental study model of a fragment of the retina is proposed, and a laboratory work on the study of a system of a colour human perception, the study of a photobiological paradox of vision by the example of a study model of the opaque lens (cataract). The subject results of its use in a pedagogical university are debated. All this allows us to focus on a caring attitude for human biotic sensory systems in aggressive abiotic influences. It is especially important in teachers training, aimed at training and raising a healthy younger generation. The authors also consider it necessary to acquaint future teachers with the authors of the various theories of color vision and the curricula vitae of the authors of the various discoveries, because this allows enhancing an interest in the study course.
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Ramilya Sh. Kasimova & Marina V. Stepanova
pp. 1777-1789 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.562a | Article Number: ijese.2016.156
This article is aimed at the disclosure of the process of familiarizing senior preschool children to the culture of different nations through didactic games. The purpose of the article is to determine the content of ethno-national culture of the people, accessible to children preschool age, which includes a set of elements of ethnic (folk costume, folk tales, games, music, dance, decorative and applied arts) and national (symbolism, sights) culture, and realized didactic games. A structurally-substantial characteristics of a subject position of pre-school age child, consisting of the following components: motivational-value (interest and relevance to ethno-national culture), cognitive (understanding of the ethno-national culture of their own and other peoples), emotional (emotional manifestations in the process of interaction with elements of ethno-national culture), the regulatory-activity (activity initiative in creative activity and the ability to self-willed behavior). The leading approach to the study of this problem is the activity that allows you to consider the work as a means of formation and development of human subjectivity. The article highlights the criteria for assessing the level of development of a subject position of the child's personality in the process of development of ethno-national culture of the people: the scope and completeness of knowledge about ethnic and national culture of their own and other peoples, the degree of expression of interest, the content and methods of expression related to ethno-national culture, expression of positive emotions in interaction with the elements culture of the people, the behavior of the child in its development; defined levels of a subject position of the child's personality in the process of development of ethno-national culture of the people. Article submissions are of practical value to teachers of preschool educational institutions.
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Networking and Special Educational Institutions for The Purpose of Socialization of Children with Disabilities
Gulnara V. Valiullina & Anastasia E. Fedotova
pp. 1791-1796 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.583a | Article Number: ijese.2016.177
The relevance to the article topic due to the fact that the network character of interaction of educational institutions aims at the implementation of accessible education of children with disabilities as a strategic objective of educational policy of Russian Federation. The purpose of the article is to analyze the existing models of network interaction between special (correctional) and general education institutions, institutions of additional in the Chuvash Republic and administration of educational networks. Leading method to the study of these problems is the analyses of theoretical literature, statistical data and work experience of educational institutions of the Republic in the field of networking, which allowed to reveal mechanisms of effective management of network interaction of educational institutions on the basis of cooperation and competition, and to describe existing models of educational networks of the Chuvash Republic. Results overview of network interaction in education Chuvash Republic, identifying effective models and management mechanisms educational networks in practical terms allows to formulate and solve educational networks for the task of structural optimization, distribution of educational resources and motivational management.
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Study of International Mentoring and Coaching Practices and their Constructive Application in the Russian System of Corporate Education and Training
Alfiya R. Masalimova & Almira R. Shaidullina
pp. 1797-1806 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.555a | Article Number: ijese.2016.149
The relevance of the research stems from dissimilarities between domestic and foreign experiences of mentoring and coaching in corporate education and training related to the methods and techniques aimed not only at transmitting mentor’s professional experience to young professionals but also at identifying and developing mentees’ potential, and supporting their careers. In this regard, the researchers tried to identify adaptive educational and training potential of international mentoring experience under the current conditions. The most valid approach to study this issue is an integrative approach that involves integration of domestic and international techniques and their constructive implementation into the Russian corporate training system with regard to best traditions existing in this country, realities and requirements of modern industry. The paper considers the features and characteristics of the following techniques used in international mentoring and coaching: coaching (unlocking the person’s potential), e-coaching (coaching online), tutoring (supporting the learning process, discussing the experience of knowledge transfer into practice), shadowing (observing the mentor in daily activities), supervision (supervising mentee’s professional activities and assessing his competencies levels). The authors have determined conditions for their further implementation into the Russian national system of corporate education. The analysis of international mentoring and coaching techniques, presented in the paper, may be used as a guide when developing mechanisms and algorithms of constructive extrapolation of the elements in the national system of corporate education, preserving its best traditions.
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The Problem of Developing Professional Expertise of Vocational College Students
Venera G. Zakirova & Sophia G.Gilmiyarova
pp. 1807-1819 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.556a | Article Number: ijese.2016.150
The goal of the paper is to study the problem of developing the professional expertise of vocational college students, future technicians of the road transport industry. The nature and content of the concept “the professional expertise of a technician of road transport industry” has been defined. This concept is considered as a set of skills, knowledge and experience of professional activities in the following directions: cargo and passenger transfer; road transportation service; transport and logistics activities. The content and structure of the contextual approach contributing to the effective development of the professional expertise have been determined. Its structural components - cognitive, value, activity, informational and communicative, adaptive – have been revealed. The pedagogical experiment involved students of the Ufa Road Transport College (Ufa, Russia). The pedagogical conditions ensuring the effective development of future technicians’ professional expertise have been formulated. The latter includes using the forms, tools and techniques of active learning within the contextual approach; the implementation of the automated control systems for road transport in the educational process; the orientation of the educational process on realizing the potential of students, enabling them to display creativity through the project method. After the experimental work the number of the students with a high level of professional expertise increased by 30%. The results of the experiment proving the efficiency of the suggested complex of pedagogical conditions for developing the professional expertise have been presented.
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Challenges of International Students’ Adjustment to a Higher Education Institution
Tatiana A. Baklashova & Andrey V. Kazakov
pp. 1821-1832 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.557a | Article Number: ijese.2016.151
The relevance of this work is determined by the real problems of foreign students’ adaptation to the educational environment of Russian high school. International students face certain problems, complicating adaptation to a new lifestyle, to the educational environment of the Russian high school, to a completely new social and cultural environment. Every year more and more foreign students come to Russia to get higher education, and every foreign student goes through an objective process of adaptation to college life. This article aims to develop recommendations, basic principles for an educational institution that provides educational services to foreign citizens. The leading method to the study of this problem is a qualitative method of case-study, which allows to focus on practical knowledge about real everyday situations, faced by foreign students in Russia. The case-study method provides an opportunity to pay close attention to the impact of social, cultural and academic factors on their adaptation. The article revealed that international students often face a series of transitional difficulties immediately after arriving to study in Russian universities. The problems are cataloged according to academic, social and cultural aspects. The article states that in order to overcome these problems, the students use resources provided mainly by the university. On the other hand, it is found out that these problems motivate foreign students to develop strategies to meet emerging challenges. The data obtained can be used in the practice of the university administration, faculty and staff to timely detect and eliminate academic, social and cultural challenges faced by international students at the beginning of their studies in Russia. Attention to these issues will provide more adequate support for foreign students.
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Ranija R. Zakirova & Oksana А. Shamigulova
pp. 1833-1848 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.558a | Article Number: ijese.2016.152
One of the most important functions of historical and pedagogical education in modern educational the system is connected with a pupil’s character features development, a value apprehension of social events and a formation of a value-oriented attitude to reality. The main aim of the present article is to describe and analyze the results of a conceptual and methodological model implementation which is based on historical and social science knowledge for a purpose of a formation of value-oriented attitude to reality among younger pupils. The principle methods of this research are: modelling method which allows to observe and trace a value-oriented attitude formation in a step-by-step sequent complex of didactic, methodological and technological historical and social science education components of a primary and secondary education; a method of pedagogical experiment among younger pupils aimed at a formation of a value-oriented attitude to reality on the basis of historical and social science knowledge. The conceptual and methodological model of a value-oriented attitude to reality formed on historical and social science knowledge among younger pupils is discussed and explained in the present paper; the forming conditions of a value-oriented attitude to reality based on historical and social science knowledge among younger pupils are revealed from a pedagogical point of view taking into account pupils’ most sensitive personal development period for pedagogical influence and reality apprehension. Devised and tested diagnostic tools implemented among younger pupils to analyze the quality parameters of a value-oriented attitude to social objects in connection with history and modern conditions are considered to be practically significant.
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The Forming of Prospective Music Teacher's Readiness to Professional Activity in a Multicultural Society
Indira M. Salpykova & Tatyana I. Politaeva
pp. 1849-1861 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.559a | Article Number: ijese.2016.153
The relevance of the researched problem is caused by the fact, that in modern social circumstances the special attention is given to the formation of a modern highly qualified music teacher, who should be prepared to implement his professional activity in a multicultural society, be able to treat the representatives of various social groups, their culture, traditions and spiritual values tolerantly and using these positions with the means of music art to educate the younger generation on the base of spiritual values and various traditions of national music cultures' assimilation. The objective of the article is in the elaboration of the model of formation of prospective music teachers’ preparation to the professional activity in multicultural social circumstances. The principal method is the method of modeling, allowing considering this problem as a purposeful and organized process of enhancement of substantial structural components of a prospective music teacher’s professional training at pedagogical university that is necessary for the effective fulfillment of his activity in multicultural social circumstances. The structure of the introduced model of formation of prospective music teachers’ preparation to the professional activity in multicultural social circumstances includes motivational, content and operational components. The model is directed in the increase of the level of professional competence of a prospective music teacher in multicultural social circumstances.
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Rendering of Foreign Language Inclusions in the Russian Translations of the Novels by Graham Greene
Roza A. Valeeva & Irina N. Martynova
pp. 1863-1875 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.560a | Article Number: ijese.2016.154
The importance of the problem under discussion is preconditioned by the scientific inquiry of the best variants of foreign language inclusions translation which would suite original narration in the source text stylistically, emotionally and conceptually and also fully projects the author’s communicative intention in every particular case. The article aims at bringing to light certain peculiarities of rendering foreign language inclusions in the Russian translations of the novels by Graham Greene depending on their historical and cultural context and the nature of foreign words used in them. The key research method employed is translation and linguistic analysis enabling to disclose the specifics of foreign language inclusions’ functioning in a text and particular features of their rendering in the process of translation. The analysis showed the main way of rendering foreign language inclusions which was used while translating works by Graham Greene – full foreign language inclusions with their translations in the footnotes or in the text. A great number of foreign language inclusions are used in the Russian graphical form and according to the grammar rules of this language. The research results may be useful at the universities’ curricula and in-service education of translators.
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Logical-Semantic Visual Navigators - Aids for Teachers
Anvar N. Khuziakhmetov & Valery E. Steinberg
pp. 1877-1887 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.561a | Article Number: ijese.2016.155
The relevance of the article in question is that the success of pupils’ learning depends not only on the aptitude of pupils, but also on the teaching technique, including universal educational technique of various complexities. This problem is relevant on all levels of learning- from nursery schools up to higher education, including refresher courses and retraining of teachers. The purpose of this article is working out visual aids for a teacher, based on logical-semantical modeling and functioning as navigators in learners’ actions, when fulfilling educational tasks. The leading method of this problem is the method of visual notion of logical- semantic models of educational actions, which enable us to view the initial problem as a purposeful and well-organized process of learning. According to the scheme of the learning process students fulfill few-stepped and multi-stepped actions and, as a result, the time of the teacher’s oral explanation is shortened. The article gives logical foundation to the implementation of logical-semantic visual navigators for presenting universal educational actions. These actions are realized in coordinate matrix structures which help to fulfill few-stepped educational actions; at the same time the contents of navigators clearly reflect multi-stepped, I. e. scenario-based training actions. The functions of visual forms of navigators are clearly shown in the article. This enables students to be guided by them in the educational process, and the teacher can control the process of solving educational tasks according to the given training actions. It has been proved that the professional competence of teachers are improved thanks to the projecting of logical-semantic navigators which enable them to solve systematic tasks in forming universal training actions, performed by students.
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Background and Prospects of Schoolchildren’s Polylingual Education in the Context of New Federal State Educational Standards
Marina V. Vedishenkova & Valentina S. Gulyaeva
pp. 1889-1900 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.563a | Article Number: ijese.2016.157
The rationale of the problem under study is conditioned by the fact that the compulsory study of a second foreign language at school is a new, but by all means positive phenomenon, as the introduction of a second foreign language in the secondary school curriculum has become a practical step on the way to polycultural education, to the formation of a polylingual personality. The introduction of the compulsory study of two foreign languages has aggravated such problems as the absence of the unifying concept of teaching a second foreign language, the absence of requirements for a second foreign language proficiency level in the State Educational Standard, the absence of various and effective teaching resources. This article is aimed at the analysis of the background and prospects of schoolchildren’s polylingual education in the context of new Federal State Educational Standards (FSES). The leading approaches in the research of the problem under study are competence-based and contrastive ones as they let us fully consider the phenomenon of polylingualism which gives an opportunity to use several language systems in communication. The article reveals the background of polylingualism, defines the purposes, content and main principles of teaching several foreign languages, justifies the application of competence-based and contrastive approaches in teaching a second foreign language in the modern school, develops the model of the foreign language communicative competence formation for a second foreign language in the context of studying two foreign languages (English and German). The materials of the article can be useful for foreign language teachers in order to upgrade their skills and make the teaching-learning process a learner-centered one
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Preventive Work with Teenagers who are Prone to Addiction, in Terms of Educational Space
Gulfiia G. Parfilova & Svetlana V. Velieva
pp. 1901-1912 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.564a | Article Number: ijese.2016.158
The urgency of research is caused by the growth of risky behaviours among children and adolescents, which poses a serious danger to their physical, mental and moral health, leads to biological, genetic and social degradation, poses a threat to the health and well-being of society as a whole. In this regard, this article aims to identify psycho-pedagogical conditions of prevention of addictive behaviours in adolescents. The leading approach to the study of this problem was organizational psychology, identify professional resources for the education system to a comprehensive, systemic effects on a minor for the purpose of formation of culture and attitudes on healthy and safe lifestyle. The article reveals that the prevention and overcoming of teenagers ' propensity to addiction in the conditions of modern educational space is possible through the implementation of organizational and psychological models of preventive work. The structure of organizational-psychological model of modular system of training lessons, which includes cognitive, autopsychological, technological, axiological and components of valeological. Effectiveness of individual and group interactive forms of content modular system in the preventive work on the prevention of addictive behaviours in adolescents. It is proved that preventive pedagogical activity must be prolonged, complex and carry the complementary kind. Intermediate revealed positive changes, which suggest that the application of modular system of training classes «my Choice» reduces the risk of initiation of adolescents to substance abuse and to other forms of addictive behavior. A modular system of training classes «my Choice» can be used in practice of educational establishments for work with adolescents 14-17 years.
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Characteristic Trends in Prevalence and Use of New Synthetic "Designer" Drugs over the Territory of the Republic of Bashkortostan
Azat R. Asadullin, Vladimir L. Yuldashev, Elena Kh. Galeeva, Elvina A. Achmetova & Ivan V. Nikolaev
pp. 1913-1922 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.565a | Article Number: ijese.2016.159
The urgency of this study has become vivid in the light of the growing problem of prevalence and use of new synthetic drug types, incidence rate of comorbid states, and pathomorphism of psychoactive substances consumption. The aim of this paper consists in analysis and disclosure of the research data obtained on consumption of such designer drugs as amphetamines, synthetic cathinones and cannabimimetics over the whole territory of the Republic of Bashkortostan, namely, revelation of geographical regoins with increased level of drug abuse, determination of the addicts’ age and gender composition. The principal method of the research involves a statistical analysis of the data obtained for the individuals examined in conjunction with the results obtained in the course of chemico-toxicological analysis of biomaterials taken from them. During this study, the regions with especial prevalence of the synthetic narcotic substances abuse were revealed, the main types of drugs especially preferred in consumption to the others were determined, and the prevailing age and gender composition of drug addicts’ contingent was shown. This paper would be useful for psychiatrists, experts in narcology, as well as for personnel of institutions and agencies engaged in anti-drug activity.
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Anticipatory Competence and Ability to Probabilistic Forecasting in Adolescents: Research Results
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pp. 1923-1932 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.566a | Article Number: ijese.2016.160
The relevance of this problem is related to the urgent need to explain peculiarities of anticipation and probabilistic forecasting in adolescence. It has revealed a contradiction: on the one hand, the problem of anticipation in ontogenesis is well developed, and, on the other hand, there remain understudied mechanisms of anticipation in adolescents. Therefore, this article is aimed at presenting the findings of anticipatory competence in teenagers. The theoretical base of the study is anticipatory concept of neurogenesis that considers the formation and development of neurotic disorders in connection with such personal characteristics of the patient, as the inability to predict the possible traumatic situations in the future and to plan ways to overcome them, - anticipatory competence. The basic methods in the study of this problem are the empirical methods of studying and comparing, allowing to reveal the specifics of anticipation in adolescents. The main results of the paper are as follows: both adolescents and young men reveal an average level of anticipatory competence; in adolescents overall anticipatory competence is made up of personal-situational anticipatory competence, spatial and temporal anticipatory incompetence. At the youthful age overall anticipatory competence is made up of personal-situational anticipatory competence and spatial and temporal anticipatory incompetence. The article submissions are of practical value for psychologists working with teenagers.
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Formation of Communication Skills in Preschool Children with Visual Impairments as an Important Factor of their Socialization
Lera A. Kamalova & Nadezda N. Vasilyeva
pp. 1933-1941 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.567a | Article Number: ijese.2016.161
The urgency of the problem under investigation due to the provisions of the new federal state educational standards of preschool education in the Russian Federation, according to which at the present stage of priority education is to implement a high level of social and communicative potential of the child's personality as a prerequisite for its successful adaptation and socialization in the society. This article discusses the results of a study whose purpose was to develop a program of formation of communication skills in preschool children with visual impairments. The leading approaches to the study of this problem is the position of humane pedagogy, Waldorf education and to imitate the example of the idea of a deep respect for the child's personality. Structure of the program includes games, aimed at developing the child's care to another, his virtues and experiences, fellowship with one another, assisting in real and game interaction, non-verbal learning and verbal means of communication. The implementation of this program in the experimental conditions showed the effectiveness of the proposed approaches in the organization of educational activities aimed at the formation of communication skills in preschool children with visual impairments, as an important factor for their adaptation in the social environment.
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Types of Meaningfulness of Life and Values of Future Teachers
Nailia R. Salikhova
pp. 1943-1950 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.568a | Article Number: ijese.2016.162
The leading role of meaning of life in regulation of human’s activity of all types provides the relevance of the research. The goal of the paper is to identify and describe types of meaningfulness of life in future teachers, and to reveal the specificity of values hierarchy indicative of each type. The leading approach applied in the research was the combination of qualitative methods aimed to identify types of meaning of life on the basis of essays analysis with quantitative comparison of types revealed according to the structure of values hierarchy. The paper describes types of meaning of life set by criteria of awareness of meaning of life and satisfaction with life. There were found 6 types of meaningfulness of life: unconscious satisfaction, unconscious dissatisfaction, unconscious avoiding, conscious satisfaction, conscious dissatisfaction and conscious denial. Comparative analysis of their valuable specifics was carried out. Materials from the paper are of practical importance for psychological support of future teachers’ training.
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pp. 1951-1962 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.569a | Article Number: ijese.2016.163
The need to address the above problem arises from the fact that school foreign language education tradition has not developed any theory based and experimentally confirmed algorithm aimed at teaching communication in the form of a monologue, although the standards of the pupils’ level of proficiency in oral and written communication in a foreign language are constantly increasing. The research is intended to determine the connection between using modern educational technologies for teaching senior secondary pupils how to communicate in the form of a monologue in a foreign language and developing the pupils’ cognitive interest. The research applies the personality-centered and the technology-centered approaches which allow to present current branches in pedagogy which study and develop effective means and ways of achieving the goals of education. The article deals with peculiar characteristics and methods of teaching communication in the form of a monologue. It also investigates the problem of using the Project Technology and the Collaboration Technology and establishes a close relationship between modern educational technologies for teaching communication in the form of a monologue to senior secondary pupils and developing pupils’ cognitive interest in the process of their learning a foreign language. The article can be of interest to specialists who train student teachers of foreign languages, as well as to those who intend to raise their level of proficiency in teaching a first and a second foreign languages.
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Inna I. Golovanova & Tatyana A. Lopareva
pp. 1963-1973 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.570a | Article Number: ijese.2016.164
The urgency of the examined issue is stipulated by inconsistency between social services commissioning to speak several foreign languages and inadequate implementation of these services in educational establishments of the country. The aim of the article is to justify the necessity to reconsider models of mastering the language and to alter professional training of future foreign language teachers within the teacher’s activity in the present day situation. The leading approach to investigate this issue is a cognitive one, whose realization makes it possible to solve some up-to-date problems of methods of foreign language teaching, formation of multicultural linguistic personality, development and improvement of linguistic and conceptual worldview. The article studies interconnection between social and political conditions, leading to international and interpersonal affinity and interaction, and, therefore, to appearance of new targets in foreign language training practice. The material of the article can be used both for training foreign language teachers and for advanced training of the first and second foreign language teachers.
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Marina V. Vedishenkova & Anna Y. Mironina
pp. 1975-1988 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.571a | Article Number: ijese.2016.165
The topicality of the research is connected with the modern requirements to the education of future interpreters who are to speak a foreign language within the professional context. For this purpose, it is necessary to focus their language training at the initial stage of learning on forming their professional thinking. This raises the need for scientific understanding and development of an effective methodology for foreign language integrative training of future interpreters. The purpose of the article is to try the set of educational communication and search exercises, contributing to the development and formation of the basic professionally important competences of an interpreter at the initial stage of language training. The leading approaches to the study of this problem are the method of experiment, integrative and competence-based approaches to learning. The author of the article has developed an integrative methodology of foreign language teaching at the initial stage of interpreter professional training at the VSHU, which allowed to raise the level of basic professionally important competences necessary for a future interpreter to master the interpretation specialty. The article and the research results described can be useful for teachers of higher educational institutions interested in raising the level of language training of future interpreters
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Teaching Listening Comprehension: Bottom-Up Approach
Anvar N. Khuziakhmetov & Galina V. Porchesku
pp. 1989-2001 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.572a | Article Number: ijese.2016.166
Improving listening comprehension skills is one of the urgent contemporary educational problems in the field of second language acquisition. Understanding how L2 listening comprehension works can have a serious influence on language pedagogy. The aim of the paper is to discuss the practical and methodological value of the notion of the perception base of the language. It also highlights the importance of structural features and frequency of linguistic units in helping to determine teaching priorities in English language teaching, specifically, when training listening skills. The leading approaches to the problem of the paper are the psycholinguistic and statistical ones which help to identify practical teaching principles. The paper illustrates these approaches with the findings on the perceptually relevant features and frequency of the English words and sentences and their linguistic features. The findings are discussed in terms of their application in developing bottom-up listening skills and tested in a listening comprehension experiment. The materials of this article may be of use to those who are interested in problems of speech perception and improving the existing listening comprehension teaching techniques
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Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities: Personal Aspects of Their Developmental Disability
Irina A. Kedrova & Tatiana N. Matantseva
pp. 2003-2014 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.573a | Article Number: ijese.2016.167
The article deals with the development of inclusive, special and integrated education in regions of the Russian Federation which is connected with socio-cultural changes in modern education. The author underlines the need for continuous improvement of education system and education of children with different development level. The expansion of educational opportunities for children with disabilities and the opportunity to choose the educational path determine the need for an experimental study of factors affecting the success of learning in different educational models. Therefore the article aims to explore self-regulation development of students with intellectual disabilities throughout adolescence ontogeny. The leading methods in the study of this problem are the experimental method, the age method, the comparative analysis method. They allow investigating the following features of the self-regulation structural components: reflection, values, and self-attitude. Also they provide a dynamic system of personal control of teenagers with intellectual disabilities. The author proves that individual self-regulation is in a sensitive period of development throughout adolescence ontogeny. Developmental disability influences its formation, leads to the regulatory system collapse and severe difficulties while teaching young people with intellectual disabilities in an inclusive model. The article may be useful for bachelors and masters of major “Education and pedagogical sciences”, for researchers dealing with inclusion issues, and for the teachers while organizing the learning process of adolescents with intellectual disabilities.
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Prevention of Addictive Behavior Based on the Formation of Teenagers’ Resilience
Vera P. Zeleeva & Ekaterina G. Shubnikova
pp. 2015-2023 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.574a | Article Number: ijese.2016.168
The relevance of the study is due to the development of a new stage of prevention and the need to justify new educational goals and objectives of the pedagogical prevention of addictive behavior in the educational environment. The purpose of this article is to examine the totality of the necessary and sufficient individual resources, that are protective factors for teenagers from different types of addictions. The leading method of research is the analysis of psychological and educational literature and legal acts in the field of prevention of addictive behavior, psycho diagnostic methods. The paper theoretically justifies the formation of the person’s resilience as a task of pedagogical prevention of addictive behavior in the educational environment, shows the results of psychodiagnostics for coping strategies, personal resources and resilience of adolescents, reveals the relationship between the models of coping behavior, the development level of the individual resources and the level of teenagers’ resilience. The article presents theoretical and practical significance for teachers, social workers and psychologists involved in the development and implementation of educational programs of addictive behavior prevention in the educational environment.
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Elena V. Asafova & Maria L. Sazanova
pp. 2025-2036 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.575a | Article Number: ijese.2016.169
In Russia the system of spreading health-culture among the young generation, the students, has not been formed yet, which makes the paper topical and up-to-date. The young generation is characterized by a low level of education and professional training efficiency in healthy life-style and health culture. It has caused depreciation of the concepts “health” and “healthy life-style”, they have been excluded from the value system of the young. Deplorable health condition of contemporary students was the reason that made the state authorities shift the national policy priorities and improve and upgrade valeological knowledge. Thus the paper aims at showing the ways of spreading health-culture by means of a special academic course. The key research methods are the following: health monitoring of the future Bachelors of Education, analyzing normative documents, getting together and generalizing the facts, making a pedagogical experiment, and forming the informational field for the theoretical grounds of health-culture. The paper presents the results of physical health monitoring of students who are future teachers, it reveals the ways of forming health-culture by means of an academic course. The necessity of improving valeological knowledge of the students and providing the bases for protecting and improving health of the future Bachelors of Education is explained. The research material has a practical value for the headmasters, teachers, and students of higher educational establishments, as well as for the scientists whose research sphere deals with students' health condition and the ways of its protecting and improving
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Correction of School Disadaptation of Teenagers by Art Therapy Methods
Irina A. Nigmatullina & Julia A. Gerasimenko
pp. 2037-2045 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.576a | Article Number: ijese.2016.170
Relevance of research is caused by growth of number of pupils with school disadaptation that is expressed in problems of development of the school program, socialization problems, and the general trouble. In this regard, this article is directed to identification or disclosure of opportunities of assistance to teenagers with this problem, to take them in a difficult educational situation, to help to overcome vital difficulties. The leading method in research of this problem is the art therapy method. It allows pupils to create the atmosphere of emotional wellbeing in the course of mobilization of creative potential, to find experience of new kinds of activity, to develop creative abilities, to promote internal self-control of feelings and behavior. On the basis of the provision of the humanistic focused art therapy about self-expression and self-realization in creativity products, opportunities art and therapeutic the technician in work with the teenagers in the diagnostic, correctional, therapeutic and developing purposes are shown in article. Results of correctional work speak about positive changes in the emotional and personal relation to the doctrine, teachers, peers, and about increase of the general school progress. Materials of article show practical value for specialists of the educational organizations in the solution of problems of school disadaptation of teenagers.
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Psychological Model of a Person Dedicated to His Profession
Victoriya V. Sadovaya & Galina I. Korchagina
pp. 2047-2057 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.577a | Article Number: ijese.2016.171
The purpose of this study was to examine science teachers’ level of using computers in teaching and the impact of a teacher professional development program (TPDP) on their views regarding utilizing computers in science education. Forty-three in-service science teachers from different regions of Turkey attended a 5 day TPDP. The TPDP was structured in modules designed using inquiry-based interactive computer simulations (IBICS). The participants created modules on different science subjects during the TPDP. Their progression was evaluated by micro-teaching sessions. Mixed methods research was used. The data were gathered by a survey and semi-structured interviews. Findings indicate that most of the science teachers initially lacked the necessary skills and knowledge for using computers in teaching. However, after the TPDP majority of them developed positive views on using computers in teaching and learning. Also, for teachers the TPDP provided ways and methods of successful integration of ICTs in teaching.
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The Criteria of Adaptation of Primary School Pupils to the Academic Load of the Increased Intensity
Nadezhda V. Telegina & Tatyana V. Belicheva
pp. 2059-2067 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.578a | Article Number: ijese.2016.172
The relevance of the research problem is due to applying various training programs in the modern education system which are supposed to increase teaching efficiency. In-depth study of some subjects at schools, lyceums and gymnasiums which starts in the elementary school quite often leads to tension and failures of adaptation process in innovative institutions that makes it necessary to work out the criteria of this process. This article deals with studying such criteria as dynamics of intellectual working capacity, physical health and physical fitness of the 1-3rd graders influenced by teaching in classes with in-depth study of a foreign language. The methods of the research of this problem are: the method of proof tests, the health index assessment method, testing of physical qualities that make it possible to define the level of intellectual working capacity, physical health and physical fitness of the 1-3rd graders in their dynamics and interrelation with the intensity of the academic load. The criteria of adaptation of primary school pupils to the academic load of the increased intensity have been worked out in the article. It has been proved that the increase in the academic load increases pupils’ intellectual working capacity and has no negative effect on physical fitness of the 1-3rd graders, but it increases their disease incidence that indicates a high physiological cost of organism adaptation to a more intensive academic load. The materials of the article can be useful to elementary school teachers and school psychologists in working out and planning training programs involving in-depth study of subjects.
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Victoriya V. Sadovaya & Galina I. Simonova
pp. 2069-2083 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.579a | Article Number: ijese.2016.173
The relevance of the problem stated in the article is determined by the need of developing technological approaches to pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation. The purpose of this paper is to position the technological sequence of pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation in the activities of the socio-pedagogical complex. The leading method in the study of this problem was the method of modeling, which allowed us to identify the components and structure of the socio-pedagogical complex, the implementation of which optimizes the process of students’ social adaptation. The article presents and characterizes the components of the socio-pedagogical complex revealed in the course of the study; proposes activities for the centers and services that provide pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation; proves the efficiency of the socio-pedagogical complex technology on the basis of children’s additional education institutions. The materials of the article are of theoretical and practical value for both researchers of the problems of personality social adaptation and for educational professionals implementing pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation.
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Alla A. Tvardovskaya &Elena V. Svinar
pp. 2085-2097 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.580a | Article Number: ijese.2016.174
The relevance of the investigated problem is caused by the fact that most children who start to study do not have a good level of higher mental functions. It leads to difficulties at school and health problems. The article aims at estimating the level of higher mental functions and the degree of educational motivation development among first-graders depending on the intensity of educational activities. The leading methods used to investigate the problem are methods of mental function evaluation of younger students. The article reveals the effect of educational activities, including intensive activities, on the development level of higher mental functions of first-graders. The results prove that the level of spatial visualization ability and short-term auditory rote memory of first-formers taking 3- or 4-year primary education program increases; and these changes are greater among students taking 3-year primary education program. This education system also contributes to increase of short-term auditory memory and semantic voluntary attention (primarily among boys). Intensive educational activities (1-3 system) provide greater motivation and efficiency of training activities than less intensive educational activities (1-4 system). The article is of practical value to educational activities managers, primary school teachers and school psychologists.
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Developing the pedagogical culture of parents by means of social partnership with a supplementary education institution
Venera G. Zakirova & Ekaterina L. Nikitina
pp. 2099-2111 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.581a | Article Number: ijese.2016.175
The urgency of the research is due to the current requirements to develop the pedagogical culture of parents, which can help them to be successful parents, to effectively interact with their children avoiding family upbringing mistakes. In this respect, the article aims to identify the conditions for development of the pedagogical culture of parents by means of social partnership with a supplementary education institution and to work out the program of parent education. The leading approaches to this problem are axiological, synergic, systematic, and existentialistic ones allowing to find a comprehensive solution to the problem of improving family education. The article describes the implemented program of development of the pedagogical culture of parents by means of social partnership with a supplementary education institution; it also provides empirical data on the results of the program implementation. The article describes the content of the program of development of the pedagogical culture of parents. In this regard, the article can be of use to education practitioners who have to interact with parents in their professional activity.
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Using the Technology of Critical Thinking Development (CTD) as a Means of Forming Competencies of Students Majoring in “Life Safety”
Leysan R. Kayumova & Marina A. Morozova
pp. 2113-2122 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.582a | Article Number: ijese.2016.176
The relevance of the research problem is caused by the need to use various teaching methods and techniques in training students majoring in pedagogical specialties while implementing the competency approach in education. Information about the technology of critical thinking development (CTD) in future teachers training is limited, and the conclusions about its effectiveness are contradictory. The article aims at justifying the application of this technology in training future Life Safety teachers for development of their general cultural and pedagogical competencies. The article describes the experience of the educational program actualization in accordance with the Federal State Education Standard (FSES) to enhance the formation of professional competence of future teachers. The article analyses the results of implementing active education elements and techniques of CTD in different types of contact and independent work within a single module for bachelors’ training (44.03.01 Pedagogical Education, Life Safety profile). Graduates use these techniques and methods successfully in their in their professional activity. The article is of practical value to educational activities managers, teachers of higher and secondary education, and Life Safety teachers.
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Project-Based Method as an Effective Means of Interdisciplinary Interaction While Teaching a Foreign Language
Irina Alekseevna Bondar, Renata Ivanovna Kulbakova, Irina Andreevna Svintorzhitskaja, Larisa Pavlovna Pilat & Zaur Aslanovich Zavrumov
pp. 2123-2133 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.584a | Article Number: ijese.2016.178
The article explains how to use a project-based method as an effective means of interdisciplinary interaction when teaching a foreign language on the example of The Institute of service, tourism and design (branch) of the North Caucasus Federal University (Pyatigorsk, Stavropol Territory Russia). The article holds the main objectives of the project-based method, forming their classification. The authors point out the need to conduct pre-project work by mindfully selecting the appropriate linguistic material, developing a definite system of tasks and exercises. Another important step is the selection of general or profile topics that could be of interest to students in terms of their future profession. In addition, the article describes several out-of-class projects as well as it provides basic requirements for using the project-based method while teaching a foreign language.
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The Intellectual Work Management as an Essential Condition for Creativity Development of Higher Education Institution
Yerlan T. Yerzhanov, Valentina Kh. Adilova, Yrysgul B. Shakaman, & Rafis Kh. Shaimardanov
pp. 2135-2145 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.586a | Article Number: ijese.2016.179
The article discusses the methodological basis of creating effective system for intellectual work management at the higher education institution. The study of the intellectual work management is caused by the need of today's complicated socio-economic, organizational and educational systems to obtain reliably reproducible repercussions from future professionals based on scientific approach to management. We propose a methodology for intellectual work management, based on the interaction of complex concepts such as intellectual resource, intellectual process, intellectual potential, and intellectual capital. The intellectual resource can be considered as a combination of knowledge, technologies and scientific discoveries in the course of research and development (R&D) activities. The iintellectual potential ensures a high rate of acquiring new knowledge. Intelligence, as a mentality quality, promotes adaptation to changes in learning based on the experience, comprehension, and application of knowledge. Intellectual capital of the education institution consists of knowledge, accumulated while implementing educational programs and providing educational services, as well as knowledge structures and intellectual value. We believe that their interpenetration and mutual reinforcement allows solving many fundamental, specific and applied problems of intellectual work management. The study of the students’ intellectual work within the described methodological framework of management science, in our opinion, forms a coherent system of representations about the attitude of employers to the intellectual work of future professionals that increases their manageability.
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Development of Humane Interpersonal Relationships
Elena Yuryevna Kleptsova & Anton Anatolyevich Balabanov
pp. 2147-2157 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.585a | Article Number: ijese.2016.180
The article reflects some theoretical aspects of humanization of interpersonal relationships in the sphere of education. The notion “humanization of interpersonal relationships” is being analyzed. The authors offer a characterization of some parameters of relationships: orientation, modality, valence, intensity, awareness, differentiation, complexity, level of development, width, emotionality, presence of mutual understanding, cognitive identification of the subjects of interaction with each other. Interpersonal relationships have various qualitative characteristics. We can define negative, indifferent and positive interpersonal relationships. According to the authors` comparative and descriptive position, negative type of interpersonal relationships corresponds to inhumane or egoistic interpersonal relationships, the indifferent type corresponds to neutral interpersonal relationships, and the positive type corresponds to humane interpersonal relationships. We show empiric results of our research of humane interpersonal relationships in the teaching staff of various educational establishments of the Russian Federation.
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The Culture Integration in The Context of National Art Schools – Prioritized Direction of Development of the Modern Humanities
Ksenia Alexandrovna Melekhova & Yelena Yurievna Lichman
pp. 2159-2169 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.587a | Article Number: ijese.2016.181
The modern picture of the world is experiencing a permanent transformation, adapting to the influence of various globalization factors, the dominance of information technology, dynamic development of a material environment, etc. In these circumstances, the society faces a problem of a technocratic knowledge domination without attention to humanitarian knowledge. In this context, the role of spiritual development is lost, as well as the role of moral growth, human values, the importance of cultural traditions. The timely problem of modern human knowledge development is considered and studied by the scientific community. But in practice, this trend more clearly represented in Asian countries, where even the technocratic component is based on a tradition, ethno-cultural experience, national art heritage. Therefore, this article addresses the problem of the national art schools development through the integration of cultures on the example of the Central Asian countries as well as Russia's role in the development of national art in the XX century through the system of art education.
Keywords: Cultural integration, continuity, visual arts, the artistic process, artistic traditions, national traditions, Russian art school, European school of painting, creative method
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Development of Creative Activity of Students in The System of The Organizational Culture of The Modern University
Nursafa Khairullina, Ramil Bakhtizin, Lyutsiya Gaisina, Tamara Kosintseva, Lidia Belonozhko
pp. 2171-2184 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.588a | Article Number: ijese.2016.182
Student creativity today is indicative of the successful operation of the higher education institution in the training of specialists. Organizational culture, being a complex of common and shared by all subjects of teaching and educational activity such as values, norms, beliefs, acts as an important integration factor influencing the creative activity of students. The article deals with the problems of development of creativity and the creative activity of students of universities in the light of the development of the organizational culture of the university. By means of students' poll from Tyumen leading universities the main problems in the organizational culture of the university were identified impeding the development of creativity and creative activity of students: the low level of students' awareness of the directions of creative activity in university; mismatch of curricula and extra-curricular activities, aimed at the development of creativity and creative activity, offered by modern universities, needs and demands of students; low motivation of teaching staff for the implementation of innovative methods in the educational process; the absence of clear guidelines from the administration of the educational institution, aimed at the implementation of methods and forms of learning, contributing to the development of creativity and the creative activity of students; low prestige of scientific research creativity and extracurricular activities programs offered by institutions of higher education ; the practical lack of active methods in students’ training; the negative attitude of the administration and faculty to the students participation in creative activities of the university.
Keywords: Organizational culture of the university, creative potential of students, creative activity of students
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Organizing The Diagnostics of Multicultural Personality in College Students
Saule Begaliyeva, Gulnur Issabekova, Gulmira Saudabaeva, Axakalova Zhanna, Abdikhalyk Kosherbayuly Abdildaev
pp. 2185-2195 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.589a | Article Number: ijese.2016.183
The aim of present study is to reveal the actual state of multicultural personality development in college students, based on a specially selected diagnostic inventory. The problem of multicultural personality development on the level of present pedagogics development allows taking the leading methodologic theories and approaches as the bases. These theories and approaches include personality-oriented, activity and system-integrative approaches, L.S. Vygotsky’s cultural-historical theory, theory of education humanization and humanitarian orientation, theory of multicultural education, as well as creative and competence approaches. We consider the systemic approach as the priority in generalization of these approaches, because it represents the system-generating factor, which directs towards merging the common and the integral in their unity. Thus, from the systemic perspective we perceive an object (an event, a process or relations) not as summarized parts, but as something integral; moreover, we do not isolate the studied objects and do not look at them as at autonomous units; first of all, we study relationships and interactions of various components of the present whole and its relationships with the environment in order to find a way to sort and systematize the abovementioned relationships.
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pp. 2197-2206 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.560a | Article Number: ijese.2016.184
Modern reality brings certain corrections to the understanding of forms and methods of teaching various courses in higher educational institution. A special role among the educational techniques and means in the college educational environment is taken by the modern technologies, such as using the techniques, means and ways, which are aimed at student’s active participation and involvement in the educational and mentoring process, i.e. using the interactive methods in education process. Educational environment, which is aimed at activation of students’ creative activity on the basis of using interactive educational forms, methods and means, facilitates the development of students’ knowledge and abilities to work with information sources, communication with the pedagogic process participants and development of problem-solving skills, i.e. leads to the development of the key competencies – informational, communicative and problem-solving competences.
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Russian Universities: Towards Ambitious Goals
Dmitriy Grigorievich Rodionov, Natalia Gennadievna Fersman & Olga Alexandrovna Kushneva
pp. 2207-2222 | DOI: 10.12973/ijese.2016.591a | Article Number: ijese.2016.185
An increased competition in the world market of educational services has brought about new tools to raise the prestige of higher education institutions in the opinion of students and employers. The most important of these tools are the rankings of the best universities in the world, regularly compiled by well-known foreign agencies. The Russian leadership pays focused attention to the ranking positions of our universities, which resulted in the development of the national program "5-100-2020" in 2013, the implementation of which should allow at least five Russian universities to occupy positions in a leading hundred of the QS World University Ranking in 2020. The article discusses the way the rating positions of the leading Russian universities have changed over the past year. The importance of advancements in international rankings is illustrated by the success of foreign universities in terms of advertising and attraction of a large number of international students. Particular attention is given to an increasingly larger role of distance learning in extending the coverage of the global student audience. A comparative geographical analysis of the regions of residence of international students, attracted both to national and foreign universities, has been conducted. The problems of raising the international prestige of Russian high school in the world educational space have been considered, the causes of unreasonably low rating of Russian universities according to leading rating agencies have been identified. The author has proved the importance of enhancing the mobility of students within Russia, taking into account the regional diversity of scientific schools.
Keywords: University, rating, competitiveness, mobility, international students, globalization, export, ranking, dynamics, citation index
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