Journal «Science and School», № 2, 2016 год

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COLLECTIVELY-NEGOTIATED CAMPAIGN IN THE CONDITIONS OF SOCIOECONOMIC INSTABILITY: NEW CHALLENGES AND DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES

S. Yu. Ivanov, E. E. Luzkaya

Abstract. The article deals with the most urgent issues of development of the collectively-negotiated campaign. The role and tasks of the Russian trade unions in the context of the development of social and labor relations are defined. Recommendations based on the survey data for improving the process of negotiation conditions during socio-economic instability are defined.

Keywords: negotiations, social partnership, employees, employers, trade unions, decent work, collective labor contract, agreement, socio-economic instability.

Ivanov Sergey Yu., ScD in Sociology, Professor, Theoretical and Special Sociology Department, Institute of Social and Humanitarian Knowledge, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: av5401@comtv.ru

Lutskaya Ekaterina E., PhD in Philosophy, Associate Professor, Theoretical and Special Sociology Department, Institute of Social and Humanitarian Knowledge, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: ee.lutskaya@m.mpgu.edu

METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT

M. V. Pogrebitskaya, Yu. N. Pak

Abstract. The article is devoted to the problems of reforming intra institutional management systems in conditions of expanding the autonomy of Kazakhstan universities. The aim of the work is to define and ground the important directions of reforming the management and corporate culture of higher education institutions in order to maintain the real autonomy. In the course of research the peculiarities of the management of autonomous universities have been defined. Considering these peculiarities it was proposed to provide the simultaneous development of the university’s management on four prospects: structural (university-bureaucracy), psychological (university-college), political (universityarena) and symbolical (university as an organized anarchy). Exactly this approach will give the university an opportunity to react flexibly to the new tasks of the management, to support and develop the real autonomy. The article can be of interest to heads of universities, researchers and practitioners in the field of the university management.

Keywords: autonomy of universities, academic freedom, management of universities, corporate culture, improvement, motivation, organizational structure. 

Pogrebitskaya Marina V., ScD in Education, Associate Professor, corresponding member of IAIN, head of Quality Management Service, Kozybaev North Kazakhstan State University

e-mail: MPogrebitskaya@gmail.com

Pak Yuri N., ScD in Technical sciences, Professor, Vice-rector, Karaganda State Technical University, Kazakhstan, Honored Worker of Education of the Republic of Kazakhstan

e-mail: pak_gos@mail.ru 

JURISPRUDENCE: PROBLEMS OF MODERN CLASSIFICATION

V. Yu. Solovyev, A. B. Belozerov

Abstract. The article investigates the law structured within the system of jurisprudential disciplines having scientific features, practical application and united within scientific and philosophical ideas about the law and its nature. The relevance of the contemporary analysis of the content of jurisprudence is due to its crucial importance for the establishment and validation of the mechanism of legal regulation of relations in the society. Modern concepts of legal science reflect a certain unity in the matter of classification and existence of different opinions of the essence of the law. The article stresses the need to rethink the principles and approaches used in the domestic law in accordance with the new cultural and historical realities. Keywords: jurisprudence, methodology of jurisprudence, legal positivism, natural law concepts, psychological theory of law, legal realism, integrative approach to the law.

Solovyev Vladislav Yu., PhD in Jurisprudence, Associate Professor, Civil Law Disciplines Department. Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: 9231731@gmail.com

Belozerov Aleksandr B., Post-graduate Student, Philosophy Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: borzytsch@mail.ru

TO THE ISSUE OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION

D. A. Gusev, O. V. Flerov

Abstract. The article is dedicated to the phenomenon of intercultural communication and the closely related issues of vocational education and training of qualified personnel, considering the socio-economic context. The authors assume that in the era of globalization socio-economic sphere greatly affects the dialogue of cultures. Special attention is paid to the relations between the considered aspects and challenges with other areas of scientific knowledge, in particular sociolinguistics, which once again allows to speak about the role and importance of intercultural communication not only as a process ofinteraction between cultures, but as an interdisciplinary system of scientific knowledge. Main methodological approaches are socio-linguistic and socio-economic analysis as well as abstraction, allowing to consider problems of interdisciplinary knowledge mainly through a prism of the social and economic relations. The main conclusions of authors are reduced to the fact that the most fundamental socio-economic aspects of intercultural communication should be considered the distribution of international languages, as well as academic and professional mobility in the conditions of economy of knowledge as a phenomenon emerged in the globalization era and marked the transition from industrial society to post-industrial. The novelty of the proposed approaches is primarily in the fact that the phenomenon of intercultural communication and related issues of vocational education are considered in the article in the socio-economic perspective, while most studies on this topic are focused mainly on sociocultural, ethnographic or linguistic aspects of intercultural communication.

Keywords: intercultural communication, international languages, socio-economic matters, professional activities, professional education, economics of education, knowledge economy, innovation economy, labor market, post-industrial society.

Gusev Dmitry A., ScD in Philosophy, Professor, Philosophy Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University, Professor, Psychology, pedagogy and social and humanitarian disciplines Department, Moscow Witte University

e-mail: gusev.d@bk.ru

Flerov Oleg V., PhD in Education, Deputy Chairperson, Psychology, Pedagogy and Social and humanitarian disciplines Department, Moscow Witte University

e-mail: olegflyoroff@yandex.ru

INTEGRATED LESSON IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASSES WITH HEARING IMPAIRED STUDENTS IN TERMS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW STATE EDUCATIONAL STANDARD

Е. G. Rechitskaja, K. I. Tudzhanova

Abstract. The article considers integration as the purpose of instruction, which makes it possible to give students with hearing impairment the knowledge, which reflects the link of the parts of the world as a system and makes it possible to present the world as a single whole. Based on the study of two disciplines for the schools for pupils with hearing impairment “Science” and “Subject Practical Training” it is revealed the significance of inter-subject connections as pedagogical category to denote the integrative relations between objects and phenomena of genuine reality within the framework of an integrated lesson.

Keywords: integrative approach in the learning process, children with hearing impairments, principle of propaedeutic and concentricity, integration of educational material, meta-subject connections, unified picture of the world, Science, Subject Practical Training, practice-oriented activity, communicative and active training system, universal training actions (UTA), reflection.

Rechitskaja Ekaterina G., PhD in Education, Professor, Surdopedagogy and Inclusive Education Department, Institute of childhood, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: rechitskaja@yandex.ru

Tudzhanova Klavdia I., PhD in Education, Professor, Surdopedagogy and Inclusive Education Department, Institute of childhood, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: klavdia_tudzhanova@mail.ru

MODERNISATION – MAN – EDUCATION: TOTAL LITERACY AS THE INITIAL PHASE OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIO-CULTURAL PROCESS

M. N. Kuzmin

Abstract. The article analyzes the growth of education in the population of Russia in the context of the relevant European process. The article is aimed to show the direction, meaning and results of the main changes in the contents and the organization of culture which happen in the course of transformation of traditional society into the modern one. In their whole they form a new mechanism of spiritual production and transmission of culture which provides the process of continuous self-growth of cultural demands of society and the ways to meet them at the expense of potentially unlimited resources of intensive type. It will allow to reveal the „secret” of extremely high rates of development of the new society, the reason of unevenness of national and educational process in Modern Europe as well as the most productive ways of its overcoming. Keywords: individual subjectivity, traditional society, contemporary society, literacy, social and cultural anthropology.

Kuzmin Mikhail N., Member-correspondent Russian Academy of Education, PhD in History, Deputy Head, Center for ethno-cultural education strategy, Federal Education Development Institute

e-mail: kaluga20@hotmail.com

SCIENTIFIC IDEA ABOUT THE NATION`S PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPE AS  AN ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF THE PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF А TEACHER OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

T. V. Podkolzina

Abstract. The article describes the main features of the communicative behavior of certain linguocultural communities within the developed method of teaching the communicative behavior in the course of teaching Russian as s foreign language. The author demonstrates how knowledge of the cross functional components of the national character of some Asia-Pacific Region countries` representatives (China, Korea, Vietnam) can contribute to social networking of a teacher and students in the learning and extra-curricular activities. The article, based on the study records of the philosophy genesis, concisely represents formation milestones of the ethno-psychological special features of the above mentioned nationalities, it is demonstrated how Chinese cultural outlook impacted drastically the cultural outlook of the neighboring states of the region and how these states, inheriting millennial traditions, hallow and preserve their own originality. The attention of a teacher is drawn to the fact that the consolidating threshold for eastern and Russian nations is care to the mother tongue, wealthy cultural background and, wider, progressing dialogue of cultures.

Keywords: communicative behavior, ethno-genesis, ethnic consciousness, national character.

Podkolzina Tamara V., PhD in Philology, Associate professor, Pre-university teaching of Russian as a foreign language Department, Moscow Pedagogical State University

e-mail: podkolzina.tamara2014@yandex.ru

THE TEACHER AS AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL PHENOMENON (to the problem of interrelation of activity and structure) I. P. Safronov

Abstract. The article is devoted to the main problem of social theory – the relationship between activity and structure and the ways to find objective opportunities of society to influence human agents.

Keywords: teacher, reproduction of cultural experience, structure, agent, conflation, methodological individualism, methodological collectivism.

Safronov Igor P., ScD in Sociology, Professor, Theoretical and Special Sociology Department, Institute for Social and Humanities Knowledge, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: safronov-ip@mail.ru

CONTENT ANALYSIS OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION INTERNATIONALIZATION CONCEPT IN THE CONTEXT OF EDUCATION SCIENCE

T. L. Stenina, A. O. Chamchiyan

Abstract. The article provides a modern concept analysis of the higher education internationalization phenomenon in connection with pedagogical terminology and a rapidly changing situation in international higher education in the context of globalization. Internationalization researchers and practitioners from various universities and parts of the world define the internationalization differently. Multiple meaning as a result of complexity and different models and approaches used by universities all over the world clearly shows the need in current pedagogical terminology system unification and actualization. The article covers a wide range of concepts defining internationalization process from different points of view in order to substantiate use of the terms in the theoretical or methodological analysis as well as practice. Keywords: higher education internationalization, international education, internal internationalization, internationalization at home, academic mobility.

Stenina Tatyana L., Vice-rector for student affairs, associate professor, Politics, Social Sciences and Public Relations Department, ScD in Education, Ulyanovsk State Technical University

e-mail: stl@ulstu.ru

Chamchiyan Anna O., Head of Department for Academic Mobility and International Programs, Post-graduate student, Politics, Social Sciences and Public Relations Department, Ulyanovsk State Technical University

e-mail: a.chamchiyan@gmail.com

LEXICOGRAFIC DESCRIPTION OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN  EDUCATIONAL PHRASEOLOGICAL DICTIONARIES FOR PUPILS OF  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

N. V. Basko

Abstract. The article addresses the problem of lexicographic description of phraseological units in educational phraseological dictionaries for junior schoolchildren. Phraseology is regarded as one of the most difficult branches of linguistics, as it reflects all the changes which took place at different stages of cultural evolution. The educational nature of a dictionary reveals itself in the principles of selection of units and in the description of all components of the dictionary entries – such as the header unit, the lexical and grammatical compatibility, the explanation of an idiom (vocabulary definition), illustrative examples, and cultural or etymological references. An important lingo-didactic principle to be observed during the compilation of any educational dictionary for pupils of elementary school is to account the age specifics of junior schoolchildren. According to this principle, the language material in a dictionary must be presented in a minimized and adapted form, suitable for children’s perception. It assumes introduction of entertaining and amusing exercises in a play-like form and presence of funny and humorous pictures providing visual support for the training material.

Keywords: phraseological units, educational dictionary, lexicographic description, dictionary entry, elementary school, cultural development.

Basko Nina V., PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Russian language for foreign students of the humanitarian faculties Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University

e-mail: ninabasko@mail.ru

THE CONCEPT OF DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION AS A BASIS FOR THE  IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVE METHODS OF TEACHING PRESCHOOL CHILDREN IN RUSSIA AND CHINA

Wang Yu

Abstract. The article describes the relationship between learning and mental development of preschool children, their new psychological phenomenon, the main forms of activities for them and the basic principles of learning. It also describes the three most influencing and effective active methods at the initial stage of learning, which are based on the concept of developmental education: case method, mind-mapping method, language immersion method, and their functions; reveals their essence, analyzes the means and ways of their implementation in the context of psychological phenomenon of preschool age students.

Keywords: developmental education, the nearest development areas, cognitive activity, active learning methods, case method, mind-mapping method, language immersion method

Wang Yu, Post-graduate student, Preschool pedagogy Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: msu07@yandex.ru

ETHNO-CULTURAL TRAINING OF STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION

F. N. Zimenkova, A. A. Talykh

Abstract. The article discusses the thinking process of ethno-cultural revival of ancient stringed musical instruments – Kantele, and the challenges set by the Technological Education Department of Petrozavodsk University in teaching the students careful attitude to the ethno-cultural heritage, mastering the system of knowledge, skills and competences in the field of traditional and contemporary hand and mechanical wood processing, as well as the skills for design and modeling of ethnic objects – Kantele on the basis of the Museum exhibits. Specific examples of practical achievements of students are given and the experience of mutual work of Departments and Schools is highlighted.

Keywords: ethno cultural heritage, Museum exhibits, Kantele, electric Kantele, career guidance.

Zimenkova Faina N., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Technology and Vocational Training Department, Institute of Physics, Technology and Information Systems, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: fainazim@mai.ru

Talykh Alexey A., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Chairperson, Technological Education Department, Petrozavodsk State University

e-mail: ata77@mail.ru

EVALUATION OF THE PERCEPTION OF INTONATION OF SCHOOLCHILDREN WITH SPEECH DISORDERS IN THE COURSE OF TEXT ACTIVITY

G. V. Babina, A. S. Sobol

Abstract. The article represents the materials of research and assessment of perception of intonation constructions in the course of listening to poetic texts by younger schoolchildren with speech disorders. During the experiment difficulties of identifying intones in the text activity of this category of schoolchildren and students with normal speech development were considered.

Keywords: intonation, textual activity, intone, intonation structure, difficulties in intonation structures identification. 

Babina Galina V., PhD in Education, Professor, Logopedics Department, Institute of Childhood, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: galinav@inbox.ru

Sobol Alexandra S., Teacher-Logoped, State Budget Educational Establishment “Lyceum No. 1451” Moscow, Postgraduate Student, Logopedics Department, Institute of Childhood, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: Alexandra_logoped@mail.ru

TYPES OF VOCAL BREATHING

G. P. Stulova

Abstract: The article is dedicated to one of the key issues of vocal pedagogy, i.e. classification of the types of vocal breathing and their use during the process of teaching singing. The author attempts to solve a long-felt contradiction in the theory and practice of vocal art relative to recommendations of inhaling a moderate amount of air while singing and yet using the costal-abdominal type of breathing, which creates conditions for a maximum volume of air inhaled. The article analyzes the technology of the “paradoxical” breathing as an optimal type of vocal breathing.

Keywords: clavicular, chest, mixed (costal-abdominal), paradoxical breathing; inhalation, phonational exhalation, volume of air inhaled, singer, singing.

Stulova Galina P., ScD in Education, Professor, Music and Performing Arts Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: stulova.galina@mail.ru

INDIVIDUALLY-DIFFERENTIATED APPROACH TO TEACHING CHILDREN THEIR NATIVE LANGUAGE

N. V. Miklyaeva

Abstract. The article describes the role of motivation in teaching modern preschoolers their native language. The author draws conclusions about the features of the formation of an individual system of orientations identical to the language system. The author gives examples of experimental data and observations over the children with speech disorders, and draws conclusions on the specifics of the individually-differentiated approach to them. Keywords: language system, motivation, language training, tentative steps in language, speech skills, children with low susceptibility to language learning.

Miklyaeva Natalia V., PhD in Education, Associate professor, Institute of childhood, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: 461119@mail.ru

THE STUDY OF SOVIET AND CONTEMPORARY PERIODICALS AT THE LESSONS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPEECH

E. V. Sevryugina

Abstract. The article deals with the problem of the historical study of print media texts in middle level educational institutions as necessary condition for the developing of skills of conscious approach to language and linguistic personality, analytical thinking in linguistic processes in the context of culture and society. The article is based on the material of Soviet and modern periodicals. Main research methods are the methods of comparative and contextual analysis. The materials of this article can be used in the practice of teaching Russian language, literature and history at school.

Keywords: linguistic personality, the media, the text as a form of representation of society, media text, verbal discourse.

Sevryugina Elena V., PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Russian language and literature Department, Russian State Social University; Post-doctoral Student, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: elena_s2003@list.ru

TAYLOR SERIES. METHOD OF VISIBILITY AND INTERDISCIPLINARY COMMUNICATION

T. N. Bryantseva, V. A. Delyanov

Abstract. The article addresses the issues relating to methods of teaching mathematics in specialized classes and advantage of the visual interpretation of mathematical operations using examples from school physics above the traditional analytical approach. The article emphasizes the importance of such training with the right combination of visual, verbal and formulaic forms of information.

Keywords: theory and methods of teaching mathematics and physics, method of visibility in teaching mathematics as an effective means of interdisciplinary communication.

Bryantseva Tatiana N., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Theoretical and applied linguistics Department, Moscow State Regional University

e-mail: f.fractal@yandex.ru

Delyanov Vladimir A., PhD in Education, Teacher, № 920 school, Moscow

e-mail: Nash-dom70@mail.ru

THE USE OF LEARNING TASKS IN BIOLOGY FOR THE FORMATION OF  INFORMATION LITERACY OF THE BIOMEDICAL CLASSES GRADUATES

A. P. Aniskina, E. V. Mindzaeva

Abstract. The article deals with the issues of raising the level of readiness of school graduates to the use of information and communication and computer technologies for getting education at the University. The article Approaches to the development of the system of tasks directed to the formation and development of information literacy in the course of teaching biology are offered (in biomedical classes).

Keywords: learning tasks, information literacy, information competence, specialized training, biology, informatics.

Aniskina Antonina P., Senior lecturer, Biology Department, A. I. Evdokimova Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, post-graduate student, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: tonya-ru@mail.ru

Mindzaeva Eteri V., PhD in Education, Chief researcher, Institute of Education Management, Russian Academy of Education e-mail: mindzaeva.eteri@mail.ru 

ART THERAPY AS A METHOD OF OVERCOMING THE EMOTIONAL STRESS

M. S. Valdez Odriosola, A. G. Moskovkina

Abstract. The article is devoted to the group psychotherapy by means of art (art therapy) as a method of overcoming the emotional stress at residents of modern megalopolis and, including, people with disabilities. Specifics of psychoanalytic and phenomenological approaches to the organization of art therapeutic process in work with a family, children of different ages and adults is described. The subject of art therapeutic training, drama therapy, performances is developed. Practical recommendations about the use of the art therapeutic method in the course of art therapeutic training taking into account health and age features is developed.

Keywords: emotional stress, art therapy, psychoanalytic approach, phenomenological approach, drama therapy, performance.

Valdez Odriosola Maria S., Post-graduate student, Philosophy, Cultural and Political Sciences Department, Moscow University for the Humanities, Member of Russia’s Union of Artists, Moscow section

e-mail: odriosola@gmail.com

Moskovkina Alla G., Professor, Preschool defectology Department, Institute of the Childhood, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: ag.moskovina@mpgu.edu

PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL ASPECTS OF FORMATION OF A TEACHER AS A LINGUO-PEDAGOGICAL COMMUNICATIVE AND ACTIVE PERSONALITY

M. D. Rybakov

Abstract. The article deals with the psychological and pedagogical aspects of the development of a student as a personality analyzed from the point of the theory activity and aimed at the formation of a future teacher as a linguo-pedagogical personality of high professional competence. The developed poly-linguo-sociocultural personality of a teacher may be regarded as a result of the planned linguopedagogical process. The article contains conclusions and recommendations that may find realization in professional training of a future and educator.

Keywords: activity, interaction, communication, linguo-pedagogical culture, poly-linguosociocultural personality, linguo-pedagogical personality. 

Rybakov Mikhail D., PhD in Education, Professor, Methods of teaching foreign languages Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University; Academician, International Academy of Pedagogical Education Sciences, Member of International Academy of Acmeologycal Sciences

e-mail: rybakov.mikhail2016@yandex.ru 

SOME PROBLEMS OF PEDAGOGY OF MUSICAL PERFORMANCE

A. P. Udin

Abstract. The article discusses some of the problems that have arisen in the last decade in the national system of music performance education. These problems, being differently manifested in successive interconnected links of the music educational system (CMS – College – UNIVERSITY), are to be solved within serious updating of the contents, techniques and methods of its development, and, most importantly, replacement of the authoritarian paradigms of teaching musical-performing disciplines of the so-called liberal, based on the creative dialogue of the teacher and student, regardless of age and level of training.

Keywords: pedagogy of musical performance, structure of the national music education, problems and prospects of its development.

Udin Alexey P., doctor of pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Department of music and performing arts in education, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: udinap@yandex.ru

THE ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF LOGARITHMIC PRACTICE IN TRAINING OF SPEECH THERAPISTS

D. R. Zaimtsyan

Abstract. The article explains the author’s approach to organizing and conducting practice speech rhythm, reveals the conditions of using the logarithmic techniques in the training of future speech therapists, the expediency of their implementation in the educational process. It also defines correctional potential of logopedic rhythmics and the possibility of its use in practical activity of the modern teacher. Extensive discussion gets a historical perspective of the problem and relevant aspects of development of speech correction in the current period.

Keywords: logopedic rhythmics, musical-motor means, musical sense, rhythm, tempo, musical-rhythmic exerciser, speech therapy training.

Zaimtsyan Diana R., PhD in Education, Associate professor, Speech Therapy Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: diana.80-08@mail.ru

ANALYSIS AND SEARCH FOR MECHANISMS OF LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT UNDER STUDENT-CENTERED APPROACH

I. M. Elkina

Abstract. The paper analyzes various criteria for evaluating quality of education, including criteria for learning outcomes assessment. The author considers assessment mechanisms, which include selfesteem and peer-assessment of the learners, developed for student-centered approach to learning. The article shows that in the existing teaching practice the self-esteem methods has been borrowed from psychology and yet barely fits into the system of evaluation. However, if the process of education under student-centered approach is changed considering the post-industrial society views about education, the assessment turns into one of the main elements of educational process, as it is based upon selfesteem, peer-assessment and external expert opinion. Intrinsic motivation and learner’s interest become the basis of learning; this happens during rhizomatic learning. In this case the efforts to establish relations and their outcomes have an impact on the abundant educational content and can serve as assessment criteria.

Keywords: assessment, assessment criteria, student-centered approach, post-industrial society, selfesteem, peer-assessment, rhizomatic learning.

Elkina Irina M., Research fellow, Centre for Comparative Education, Federal State Budget Scientific Institution “Institute for Strategy of Education Development, Russian Academy of Education”; Post-graduate Student, Federal State Budget Scientific Institution “Institute for Strategy of Education Development, Russian Academy of Education”

e-mail: akira123@rambler.ru

SELF-CREATION OF THE PERSONALITY IN THE CONDITIONS OF SOCIOCULTURAL ENVIRONMENT AND PEDAGOGICAL STIMULATION

E. B. Kurkin

Abstract. The new standard introduced the concept of personal results in education in the official rank and, thereby, legalized long-standing problem of the complexity of the content of modern education. The idea is that during the changes which the planet and civilization have faced, the person – the subject of potential activity, has such potential on transformation of environments which create threat to the existence of not only the civilization, but to the life on Earth as well. Therefore, personal qualities have gained crucial importance, and first of all the ability to mutual understanding, interaction, and the ability to resist to real threats to mankind and the planet.

Keywords: individual, personality, samples of the worthy future, personal results, mentality, competitiveness of personality, group organization, social management.

Kurkin Evgeny B., PhD in Education, Chief Researcher, Federal Institute of Education Development

e-mail: ekurkin@mail.ru

MUSEUM PEDAGOGICS IN THE LIGHT OF TENDENCIES OF DEVELOPMENT OF HISTORICAL EDUCATION IN THE ХХI CENTURY

M. V. Korotkova

Abstract. The article is devoted to different views and interpretations of museum pedagogics as a science, models of museum and pedagogical programs, forms and methods of cognitive activity of children in a museum, the partnership between Museums and schools.

Keywords: museum pedagogics, communication, interactive lesson, museum play, improvisation, museum reconstruction, creative activity

Короткова Marina V., ScD in History, Professor, Moscow State Pedagogical University, Academician, International Teacher’s Training Academy of Science

e-mail: markor13@mail.ru

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY OF THE MUSEUM OF V. S. CHERNOMYRDIN: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

A. A. Sorokin

Abstract. The article considers the main directions of educational activities of a modern museum on the example of the Historical and Memorial Museum of Viktor S. Chernomyrdin.

Keywords: Museum Education, Lesson at the Museum, Education, Regional Studies, Moscow City Pedagogical University.

Sorokin Andrey A., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Chairperson, Methods of teaching History, Social science and Law Department, Institute for the Humanities, Moscow City Pedagogical University

e-mail: univer.mpi@gmail.com

THE MOSCOW ARCHEOLOGY MUSEUM AS AN EDUCATIONAL PLATFORM: RESULTS AND PROSPECTS

M. V. Moiseev

Abstract. The article discusses the history of the Museum of archaeology of Moscow. The experience of scientific and educational activities of the employees in 1998–2012 is analyzed. The article also describes conceptual grounds of the Museum at the present stage. It gives a brief review of the basic forms of the work process and outlines the prospects for further development.

Keywords: museum, archaeology, museum pedagogics, excursion.

Moiseev Maksim V., PhD in History, Head of sector of scientific and educational work, Museum of archeology, Moscow, Museum Association „Moscow Museum”

e-mail: m.moiseev@mosmuseum.ru, maksi-moisee@yandex.ru

ORGANIZATION OF PROJECT ACTIVITY OF PUPILS OF THE 7TH GRADE BASED OF IMAGINATIVE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE PAST IN THE MUSEUM SPACE

T. V. Gudkova

Abstract. The article looks at the use of imaginative reconstruction of the historical past in project activities of school children. The author stresses the problem of the educational project and gives some examples from the school practice. Keywords: imaginative reconstruction, educational project, museum space.

Gudkova Tatiana V., Assistant, Methods of Teaching History Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: tagudkova@inbox.ru

MORAL DEVELOPMENT CRITERIA

I. A. Katashev, V. V. Linkov

Abstract. The article reveals the peculiarities of understanding moral development criteria in modern scientific concepts. It has been stated that moral development criteria in pedagogical concepts are not always expressed explicitly. The system of moral development criteria that includes general and particular criteria has been developed and proved in the article. Possible use of a developed system of criteria under differentiating levels of moral development is specified. The importance of moral development criteria for the education and practice of correctional and pedagogical work has been demonstrated.

Keywords: moral development, moral development criterion, level of moral development, moral education, moral consciousness, ethical behavior, diagnostics of moral develop.

Katashev Ilya A., Post-graduate student, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: 1542457@list.ru

Linkov Viktor V., PhD in Philosophy, Professor, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: 14091117@mail.ru

RATIONALIZATION OF TECHNOLOGY OF THE ATTACKING ACTIONS IN WRESTLING ON THE EXAMPLE OF JUDO Ch. T. Ivankov, A. V. Safoshin, R. G. Gasanov, M. K. Umarov

Abstract. The article is devoted to the effective solution of key problems of improvement of theory and methodology of management of the training process, development of effective means and methods of technical-tactical preparation of sportsmen in judo. Judo is a difficult coordinating type of sports, differing primarily by the speed of simple and complex reactions, high information processing speed and decision-making, concentration and distribution of attention. The studies reveal the important characteristics of the patterns of attack actions execution in judo from the standpoint of biomechanics that need to be considered in the teaching process of training wrestlers – students-judoists of Moscow state pedagogical University and Moscow state forest University. Based on the analysis of materials of the pedagogical experiment and synthesis of the results of years of research, study of the best sports practices in judo, the main factors that contribute to the effective system of technical preparation of judoists are revealed. The developed concept of management of long term training of judokas allows to reveal effective means, methods and organizational forms of practice, has given reason to implement the modern management methodology of training and competitive activity of the students engaged in judo. Keywords: wrestling, judo, groups of sports perfection, judoists, management of the training process, parameters of technical actions.

Chingis T., ScD in Education, Professor, Theoretical foundations of physical culture and sports Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: stam67@mail.ru

Safoshin Aleksandr V., PhD in Education, Professor, Theoretical foundations of physical culture and sports Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: stam67@mail.ru

Gasanov Ruslan G., Post-graduate student, Moscow State Pedagogical University

e-mail: stam67@mail.ru

Umarov Mukhamed K., Associate Professor, Physical culture and sports Department, Moscow State Forest University

e-mail: murad-u@mail.ru