Инновации и эксперимент в образовании

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Afanasyeva T. P., Novikova G.P., Tyunnikov Y.S.



The article is devoted to the problems of developing and implementing strategies for the development of education in the regions of the Russian Federation.

It assesses: the compliance of the existing system of strategic education planning with a nominative one; compliance with the principles of strategic planning laid down in federal legislation; quality assurance and the relationship of the developed documents of the regional level strategic planning system. The study includes an analysis of the regulatory framework in the field of regional strategizing, a review of the dynamics of the development of strategies and state programs for the development of education of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, quantitative indicators and qualitative content of documents, as well as an assessment of trends in the development of the strategic planning system. The shortcomings that do not allow the strategic documents of goal-setting, forecasting, design and programming to act as tools for the effective development of education in the regions are identified. Substantiated proposals for the further improvement of the system of strategic education management in Russia. Data on strategies and government programs are presented as of the beginning of 2019.

Keywords: state program for the development of education in the region, principles of strategic planning, strategic planning, strategy for the development of education, goals and objectives for the development of education, target indicators.


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Abstract. The educational system classification is comprised by formal non‐formal education, their features and relations at the level of concepts and practical use. Considering the problems arising from formal education, alternatives that displace the ‘‘center of gravity’’ from formal, to non‐formal education processes are herein advanced, with regard to the advantages offered by the latter. The aspects relating to the creation of interaction model of formal and non‐formal systems and their perspectives are also analyzed in the search for solutions to current educational problems. This article describes the position of non‐formal education as an educational tool and to analyze its theoretical assumptions. No-formal education has developed into a worldwide educational trend. Non-formal education has to be studied as an independent educational approach. The problem is the interaction of informal and formal education to meet the needs of individuals and of the society. Non-formal education challenges traditional concepts of education. It has influenced formal education and has used many of its pedagogical practices.

Key words Continuing education, interaction model, formal education, non-formal education, informal education, lifelong Learning, Educational Change, Educational Development, Non-formal Learning, practice of Non-formal education.



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Fedorova S.I. Levanova E.A., Salomatina L.A.


Annotation. The article discusses and analyzes the forms and methods of work in the class-room on history, shows the role of history in the formation of historical consciousness, as well as General cultural competence that contribute to the formation of the civil position of students, the ability to use them in a life situation. The author has taken some conceptual approaches to the study of this problem.

The attitude to the heroic past of Russia today takes special importance and ideological con-tent in the aspect of spiritual, moral and Patriotic education as an integrating basis of Russian state-hood, and as an important aspect of the content of spiritual and moral education of the young gen-eration, taking into account the achievements and lessons of the heroic past, the analysis of historical changes that

The spiritual and moral revival of Russia makes new demands on education, which becomes an important means not only for the transfer of spiritual, moral and Patriotic ideals and norms, but also for the possibility of preserving the historical traditions of the past and establishing new values. Professional training at the University involves not only the assimilation of students didactically transformed social experience and personal development on this basis, but also the understanding of historical knowledge, the development of the ability to value the understanding of historical experi-ence.

In the content of higher education, mainly in the process of studying humanistic disciplines, in particular historical ones, there is a great potential for spiritual and moral development of young people, their civil and Patriotic education, connected with the possibility of actualization of the val-ue sense of the heroic past of the native country, determining not only its social but also personal value. This is possible if the content of humanitarian education in universities is updated in the con-text of higher spiritual and moral values and ideals of Russian traditional culture, familiarization with the turning points of Russian history, clarification of the idea of freedom and independence, the greatness of Russia, the combination and mutual enrichment of human and national values in the education of students on the principles of priority of the heroic past and the historical heritage of Russia, its spiritual values and traditions.

Keywords: heroic past, the process of education, pedagogical problem, the values, patriot-ism, education, homeland, history, occupational competencies, citizenship.



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Beridze A.P., Polyakov A.V.


Abstract. The article is devoted to the peculiarities of the teacher's interaction with students in the Junior classes of children's music school in piano. The article presents the specifics of learning to play the piano, methods of activating the cognitive process of students-pianists, the conditions of formation of motivation for learning to play the piano and the basic pedagogical principles for its successful formation. The technique of musical passage of the sketch material, the concept of cognitive activity, cognitive interest, musical and cognitive interest as the leading motive of cognitive activity is considered in detail.

The article highlights the General aspects and focus of piano teaching in children's music school, the role of music making and selection by ear, as well as the role of the method of performing display in music classes on piano. Much attention is paid to the relationship between the teacher and the student in the process of music lessons, namely the nature of their interaction in the process of solving the performance problem and the impact of this communication component of music lessons on the activation of cognitive interest and the formation of motivation for learning to play the piano.

Key words: cognitive interest, motivation to learn, teacher-student, conditions of formation of motivation, piano, pedagogy of music education, Junior classes of children's music school.



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Zaryubina D.N., Orlova E.V.


Annotation. The use of interactive teaching methods in Russia is one of the requirements of the Federal State Standards for higher educational institutions in Russia. The purpose of these standards is the formation of professional competencies. Professional competence cannot be formed without a high level of linguistic competence. The level of trust in a specialist of any profile is lost if a specialist makes orthoepic, lexical, grammatical, stylistic mistakes (oral speech) or lexical, grammatical, stylistic, spelling, punctuation mistakes (written speech).

Purpose. The aim of our work is to demonstrate the method of commented text editing during the formation of lexical skills.

Methodology and research methods. As a methodological basis, the authors of the article used such methods of theoretical cognition as an axiomatic method, as well as an ascent from the abstract to the concrete. In addition, such formal logical methods and research techniques as analysis, synthesis, abstraction, analogy and modeling were used.

Results. The result is the creation of a methodology for the formation of lexical skills, which are successfully used in teaching Russian to Russian students, as well as in teaching Russian as a foreign language to students from far and near foreign countries.
The scientific novelty consists in the description of the method of commented text editing during the formation of lexical skills of Russian and foreign students. Based on work experience, examples are given of using the commented text editing method, which activates the learning process and makes it more efficient.

Practical significance. The developed method of commented text editing can be used in classes in the Russian language and speech culture, in practical Russian, in rhetoric, in Russian as a foreign language with university students, as well as in refresher courses for university professors.

Key words: Russian; Russian as a foreign language; a culture of speech; technique; editing; text; vocabulary



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Abolina N.S., Akimova O.B.


Annotation. The article deals with the aspects of personal self-development, analyzes the factors of self-development, which provide the subject with new opportunities, contribute to the successful implementation in various fields, allow to overcome their own limitations, adequately and timely respond to social changes. The most important from the authors ' point of view are achievement motivation, internal locus-control, communicative competence, developed creative potential, creativity. The motivation for achievement is manifested in the desire of the subject to make efforts and achieve the best results in the field, which he considers important for himself, significant. The internal locus of control affects the behavior that is formed due to the ability to see a causal relationship between their actions. The development of external commu-native relations that form the picture of the subject's world expands the opportunities for selection of the spheres of self-realization of the personality.

Key words: personality self-development, factors of personality self-development, achievement motivation, internal locus control, communicative competence, developed creative potential, creativity.


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Mazurchuk N.I.,  Mazurchuk E.O., Sokolov A.N.



Abstract.   In this article we are talking about critical thinking as a mandatory factor in learning and mastering the teaching profession. In this regard, the actual task of psychological and pedagogical science is to understand this concept from the standpoint of a number of normative documents and approaches that underlie modern education.

Purpose. Identification of the state of the main components of critical thinking in students of pedagogical University at the moment.

Methods and methods. Cognitive and system-activity approaches to the understanding of the studied phenomenon are used.

Scientific novelty. It is noted that critical thinking in the context of cognitive research in education is considered as a type of thinking based on a complex mental process of combining and integrating ideas, resources, rethinking and understanding, starting with the perception of information and ending with its evaluation and decision-making. The article presents the results of theoretical and empirical research of the problem of determining the current state of critical thinking among students of pedagogical high school, which allowed in theoretical terms to establish the component structure of the phenomenon under study. The results of an empirical study conducted on the basis of the USPU, allowed to fix that the cognitive and personal components of critical thinking of students in need of development of students of pedagogical University.

Practical significance. These studies presented in the article can be used in the practice of University teachers in the development of the content of the RPD and OPOP.

Keywords: thinking, critical thinking, critical thinking components, pedagogical University students.


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Zautorova E.V.


Annotation. The problem of human adaptation is complex and multilevel. In this regard, the study of adaptation of cadets of the first year of study at the departmental University is currently relevant. This is due to a number of factors: the success of overcoming the difficulties of this period largely determines the direction of further professional self-determination; the completeness and pace of adaptation of students to the conditions of departmental educational institutions will largely depend on the success of their training and career; if cadets adapt satisfactorily to these conditions, they will successfully continue to adapt to professional activities.

The aim of the study was to study the adaptive potential of first-year students to the conditions of training in the departmental University. The study used various methods and techniques: the study of literature, observation, methods of «Socio-psychological adaptation» (K. Rogers – R. Diamond), mathematical methods of processing empirical data, etc.

As a conclusion, it can be noted that the success of adaptation of cadets to training in a departmental University is due to their psychological training; conducting additional training with first-year cadets (training sessions) at the beginning of training, they develop their adaptation potential, so that students are much more successful in adapting to the environment of the University.

Key words: adaptation, cadets, departmental University, the first year of training, the educational process.




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Abstract. The paper deals with technology of teaching French terminology on the example of special vocabulary in the fields of Cybernetics and Information Technology. The results of the experimental study on the development of a series of exercises aimed at activating the meaning of the term are analyzed.

Relevance. In their future professional activity, students of a technical University should know the terminology of a certain scientific and technical sphere and be able to correctly handle the terms, therefore, the development of special vocabulary is a very urgent task.

Purpose. The purpose of this paper is to conduct an experiment aimed at identifying ways to activate the terminological vocabulary of the French language.

Methods and techniques. The control group of students studied technical terminology in a standard way, experimental one – with the help of a number of new exercises focusing on terminological vocabulary, introducing terms into the students' speech.

Results. The result of the experiment was the best indicators of knowledge of special vocabulary, skills and abilities to use technical terms in the experimental group compared to the control group.

Scientific novelty. A number of researchers addressed in their work to this topic, but they studied the issue in theoretical terms, and also studied the English term system. In this paper, these questions are studied for the first time in practical terms, in relation to the French language.

Practical significance. If there are activating exercises in the course, the perception of a professional language is faster and more intense, because allows students to interpret lexical units, see the relationships between words, create support for their further use in various types of speech activity, organize students' independent work.

Keywords: activation of the term meaning, thesaurus, scientific and technical terminology, exercises, professional communication.



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Didyk N.V.


Abstract. This article is devoted to wide range of questions connected with application of innovative educational computer technology in the process of formation and improvement of foreign language communicative competence of students of a non-linguistic university.

Purposes and tasks. It is necessary to identify the most effective ways to form and improve the level of foreign language communicative competence of students with the help of innovative educational computer technology. Also it is vital to determine ways to improve the efficiency of teaching foreign languages in a non-linguistic university. It is necessary to solve the following tasks: identification of the components of foreign language communicative competence, clarification of the terms “information technology” and “educational technology”, “web quest” technology, clarification of the structure and stages of a web quest technology.

Methodology and research methods. The modern pedagogical concepts in the field of higher education were used in the methodological basis of the study. The ideas of communicative approach, multicultural approach and competence-based approach to teaching foreign languages in a modern university were used in the research. The communicative approach is aimed at the effective development of multilingual communication abilities and speech skills in the communication process. The multicultural approach assumes the formation of the idea of cultural diversity as the norm of the coexistence of cultures in modern multicultural communities of the countries of the native and studied languages. The multicultural approach is aimed at the development of integrative general cultural and communication skills to use a foreign language as a means of intercultural communication. Competence-based approach is aimed at acquiring skills that reflect the students' real ability to solve tasks efficiently in the modern world. The study is based on a number of scientific methods: the collection, processing and systematization of scientific and methodological data on the research topic; review and analysis of foreign language competencies; study and synthesis of experience in this field of higher education.

Results of the research. The article identifies different educational computer technologies that can be used for the effective formation of foreign language communicative competence. The description of communication technology "Web-quest" is identified in the article, because this technology is more effective in the process of formation of foreign language communicative competence.  An example of the approved competence-based "Web-quest" technology is examined in the article.

Practical significance. The results of the study can be used by foreign language teachers of non-linguistic universities to organize the work on the development and formation of foreign language communicative competence.

Scientific novelty. The article provides innovative methods of using information and communication technology in teaching a foreign language and culture in the conditions of modern language education.

Conclusion. The use of innovative educational computer technology facilitates the efficient formation and development of foreign language communicative competence, increases the motivation to learn a foreign language as a means of intercultural communication, helps to carry out a productive and effective teacher’s interaction with students and reveals the creative abilities of students.

Keywords: innovative educational technology, foreign language communicative competence, computer technology, modern language education, information technology.



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Abstract. This article describes theoretical bases of the upbringing system. Numerous factors of affecting the personality result forming patterns for behavior, activity and interaction between people in an individual's beliefs, character traits and manners. those patterns form due to inclusion of individuals into social groups, and psychological characteristics of those groups. The society is an active general participant of upbringing taking responsibility for its result. This makes necessary studying the process of upbringing in specific social conditions. Given that bases of morality are naturally formed during the childhood period, an individual's social involvement in the "upbringing by love" is intrinsically focused on kindness. Further in life, facing understatement of life value and human dignity, an individual tries various forms of self-destruction, from escaping to imaginary worlds to aggressive forms of violent protest.

Systematic studying of social and pedagogical background for successful functioning of upbringing systems presupposes considering procedural, structural, and functional aspects of their formulation and implementation. This can be actualized as part of modelling process. Its end product will be theoretical and then (on their base) operant models. The base for modelling includes system and integrative approaches to studying of the meta-system "personality - group - society".

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Annotation. The purpose of the study was to consider the problem of professional growth and personal development of the teacher in modern conditions. Objectives: to consider the need for system support and specialist support in personal development and the achievement of professional skills in the context of the educational space of the school; to identify the structural components of the individual trajectory of professional and personal growth of the teacher. Hypothesis: analysis of the problem of professional growth and personal development of a teacher in modern conditions will allow optimizing the forms and methods of system support and specialist support in personal development and achievement of professional skills in the context of the school's educational space. Research methods: theoretical analysis of scientific literature, systematization and generalization of the material. Results: analyzed the possibilities of system support and specialist support in personal development and the achievement of professional skills in the context of the educational space of the school; highlighted the structural components of the individual trajectory of professional and personal growth of the teacher.

Keywords: teacher, professional and personal growth of a teacher, educational space, individual trajectory of professional and personal growth of a teacher.



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Abstract. The article gives detailed information about creativity which includes the desire  of globalization, modern tendencies, quality, professionalism and spiritual values. The purposeful specialist training has also been analyzed in the article. The author especially states the importance of forming the main competencies of a specialist working in the century of XXI as well as the necessity of reforming in education.

She has touched upon the roles of new training strategies in the mastering of basic competences, the aims and the duties of the education such as to master the development of the mind, the passage from the memory school to the mind school and to provide the transversal education covering all branches as well. The mentioned features are considered not only to be important but also to be absolute to overcome the difficulties, to form independence, freedom, critical and creative mind.

These being one of the priority directions of the education, the activity of education-investigation-innovation triangle should stand in the center of attention.

Key words: creativity, tendency, strategy, reform, education, values thinking



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Annotation. The aim of the study was to consider the characteristics of the re-socialization of persons with alcohol addiction. Objectives: to analyze the peculiarities of the re-socialization of persons with alcohol addiction, the possibilities of social and pedagogical diagnosis, rehabilitation and remedial measures, allowing to create a system of their social, psychological and pedagogical support. Hypothesis: an analysis of the characteristics of the re-socialization of persons with alcohol addiction will optimize the forms and methods of social, psychological and pedagogical support of these persons. Methods and results achieved: during the theoretical analysis, the features of the re-socialization of persons with alcohol addiction, the possibilities of complex pedagogical influence, allowing to create a system of their social-psychological-pedagogical support, were determined.

Keywords: Socialization, resocialization, addiction, addictive behavior, alcoholism, social and pedagogical support.



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The specificity of modern international relations in the Russian educational environment and their variety are revealed. However national peculiarities of various peoples quite often appear in the process of receiving education at all levels of this process but to varying degree regarding the structural elements of the educational environment.

The ethnic factor sets a context of interpersonal relations and defines the behavior of their people and the readiness to maintain the relations with a partner of another ethnic group. In the situation of the international problems the great responsibility falls on teachers.

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The paper presents the methodology and the key findings of the research conducted in the area of approaches to treatment of statistical information on the educational infrastructure of Russia’s regions, where the availability of general education is postulated. The object of this study is statistical information on the provision of educational infrastructure in the regions of a country. The subject of the research was identified as the algorithms for systematization and processing of statistical information on the provision of educational infrastructure in the regions of the Russian Federation.

The relevance of the work is due to the declared (at the national level) need for infrastructural development of Russia’s regions, potentially contributing to Russia's economic and social breakthrough to international leadership. However, to this date there has been no systematic research in the field of the algorithms for systematization and processing of statistical information on the provision of educational infrastructure in regions of the country (in particular, with regard to the territories of advanced social and economic development).

Among the key methods of the research there were the statistical data analysis, academic description, analysis, comparison, synthesis, data collection and generalization.

The declared scientific novelty of the research results rests in the definition definition of approaches to special clustering and explication of territorial entities when assessing the statistical indicators of priority development territories, as well as analytical data on processing the statistical information on the network of educational organizations of the region in accordance with the coverage of the number of learners and versus population density. The practical significance of the research is, in particular, in the presentation of statistical data for each of the studied regions, including the key target demographic characteristics, as well as in the elaboration and presentation of the rating of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, the former being built according to the criterion of accessibility of preschool education. Those research developments feature the potential for the follow-up planning and conducting research in the field of assessing the provision of regional education systems with educational infrastructure, as well as design of the models for the placement of educational infrastructure facilities in the regions classed as advanced development territories.

Key words: education management, territories of priority development, educational infrastructure, state guarantees in education, statistical data analysis, availability and accessibility of education.


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Аbstract. Introduction. GEF VO, the requirements of which are subject to modern Higher education in Russia is based on the requirements of state standards. One of the goals of the standards is the formation of communicative competence. Communicative competence refers to the ability to correctly convey information, the ability to reveal themselves through language, use all means of language, depending on the purpose of expression, the ability to enjoy the language game, etc.

Purpose. The purpose of our research is to select phraseological units contained in the Russian language, to identify language and communicative exercises that will contribute to the formation of communicative competence, to instill interest in the Russian language.

Methodology and methods of research. We can distinguish such methods of theoretical knowledge as the axiomatic method and the ascent from the abstract to the concrete as a methodological basis. In addition, we used such formal logical methods and research techniques as analysis, synthesis, abstraction, analogy and modeling.

Results. The creation of traditional and interactive exercises on the formation of lexical (phraseological) skills that are successfully used in teaching Russian to Russian students, as well as in teaching Russian as a foreign language to students is the result of learning.

The scientific novelty consists in the description of traditional and interactive exercises for teaching phraseology in the framework of teaching Russian to Russian and foreign students of the Russian University. The author gives examples of exercises on teaching phraseology, which activate the learning process and make it more interesting and effective, based on the experience and training manual on the Russian language and culture of speech, created by the author.

Practical significance. The developed approach can be used in classes on the Russian language and culture of speech, practical Russian language, rhetoric, Russian as a foreign language with students of higher educational institutions, as well as in courses for advanced training of University teachers.

Keywords: Russian language, pragmatic, communicative, linguistic, competence, formation, phraseology, methodology



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Keywords: independent work, listening, mastering the foreign culture, humor in the pedagogical process, educating the individual to participate in intercultural dialogue.



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Abstract. The article discusses the reform of teacher education in the last forty years (1978–2018), which are focused on the creation of highly quantitative professional teachers. During these years, the modern system of training teachers has been supplanted by the traditional one, the training levels have changed from “three-level” to “two-level”, the scale of training is also gradually expanding. This article examined the statistics materials and documents reflecting the main results and effects of the implementation of the reform. From the point of author, the study of China’s reform and development is an important experience in the field of education. And these reforms really contributed to the development of teacher education in China, improved the quality of advanced training, and created such characteristics of the modern system of pedagogical education: openness, flexibility and diversity.

Keywords: teacher education, normal education, the reforms of teacher education, advanced education, the system of teacher education, higher pedagogical education, education modernization.



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Abstract. The article discusses the potential for the formation of the teacher's environmental and pedagogical responsibility in the conditions of the educational process, built on the ideas of the competence approach. An attempt was made to correlate the categories of “responsibility”, which has an irrational nature, and “competence”, which has a more pragmatic, rational nature. The author analyzes the universal and general professional competencies enshrined in the federal state educational standards of higher education in the areas of training "Pedagogical education" of undergraduate and graduate levels, correlating with the possible educational results of the formation of environmental and pedagogical responsibility of the teacher and the criteria of its formation: theoretical, activity, axiological and deontological . The article proposes options for professional competencies that can be included by developers of exemplary basic professional educational programs for undergraduate and graduate programs in the list of results of their development.


Key words: competence approach, environmental education, pedagogical education, competence, educational result, environmental pedagogical responsibility.



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Abstract. The article is devoted to the development of intonational thinking of younger students in music lessons in secondary school. Intonation thinking is the basis for the perception of the musical image and contributes to the child's awareness of the meanings inherent in music. Methodical approaches of development of intonational thinking of younger school children, activating perception of music and accumulation of musical experience of children are considered. The pedagogical potential of musical folklore which is the fertile Foundation of intonation and semantic comprehension of music by school students is revealed.

Key words: musical thinking, thinking tonally, Junior high school students, perception of music, musical hearing, musical way.


Abstract. The article is devoted to the process of formation of information culture of younger students as one of the innovative directions in the field of health-saving technologies.

The scientific novelty of the research is as follows:

- information and communication technologies are regarded as systemically important factors which help to ensure the health protection of pupils of Junior classes. The mechanism of implementation of these technologies consists in the formation motivation of children to a healthy way of life by understanding the essence of the culture of health and healthy lifestyle;

- modern information and communication technologies can contribute to the preservation of health in the case of compliance with the organizational and pedagogical conditions of the educational process, allowing the teacher on the basis of a systematic approach to the use of health-saving technologies to form a healthy lifestyle in younger pupils in the learning process using information and communication technologies.

The theoretical significance of the study is as follows:

- scientific approaches to the formation of a healthy lifestyle in the process of training and education of younger students are revealed;

- the author define theoretical results of the study, allowing to correct and implement a more effective approach to solving the problems of preserving the health of younger pupils.

The practical significance of the study is that the results of the study allow the teacher to use modern health-saving technologies in the educational process and with the help of information and communication technologies to form a healthy lifestyle of younger pupils. The author of the study identified and tested a set of conditions for maintaining the health of younger pupils using information and communication technologies, one of which is an ophthalmological simulator.

Key concepts: information culture, information and communication technologies, valeology, health-saving technologies, ophthalmological simulator.



Annotation. The paper attempts to present an extremely important problem of philosophical and pedagogical support of professional and pedagogical education on the example of the analysis of the nature of the relationship between General and special in the content of teacher training.

Key words: dialectics, General and special, professional and pedagogical education, professional and pedagogical activity, General pedagogy, professional pedagogy.

Barannikov K.A., Sheveleva N.N., Lesin S.M.

Abstract. The article reveals the features of the implementation of US Standard K-12, primary and basic general education. The authors presented the structure K - 12, the system of organization of educational activities.

Purpose. Analysis of the Standard K - 12 to determine the features of three-component science education in the United States

Methodology and research methods. As a structure, logical organization of the article, applied methods and means of activity, an analytical review of the Standard K-12, features of curricula from other countries was chosen.

Results. The article describes the possibilities of organizing science education through the implementation of three components (dimensions): "Practices", "Cross-cutting conceptual intersections", "Central ideas (concepts)"

Scientific novelty consists in identifying opportunities for the implementation of natural science educational activities, describing its results, providing conditions and evaluating the achievements of schoolchildren.

Practical significance. The results can be used in the organization of the natural science education of general education students in order to solve the problem of improving the quality of education.

Keywords: Standard, natural science, competence, learning outcomes.




The article presents the results of the study on the designing of the system of teachers’ growth on the municipal level. The decision to raise the level of professionalism of teachers is possible on the municipal level through the development and implementation of conditions for the effective management of the process of leveling the level of teachers’ professionalism, which will contribute to the introduction of changes in corporate culture, orientation and forms of teachers’ professional development, changing teaching and educating methods. The potential of the system of general and additional education is practically not used. The existing gap between the fixed ways of improving the teachers’ qualification and the opportunities for the development of professionalism within the general education system doesn’t contribute to the achievement of a new level in the teacher’s career, indicated in the National Teacher Growth System (NTGS).

The reorganization of substantive aspects of methodological work on the municipal level and the creation of an unified urban methodological service solves the problem of identifying effective teaching practices; educating teachers how to create educational products; development of actual advanced training programs (using distance forms); the organization of the site for the pooling of resources and the development of human capital of the city. The result of the conducted research is a model of the system of teachers’ growth on the municipal level and methodological recommendations for the implementation of the model in regions (municipalities) of the Russian Federation.

Keywords: national system of teachers’ growth, municipal educational system level, teachers’ professional qualification, model of a system of teacher s’ growth on the municipal level.


Annotation. The article describes the model of formation of competences of the military service activities of the future officers of engineers on the basis of in-tegration of military and engineering disciplines in educational process of the University that in the preparation of officers in the civil engineers technical Col-lege has improved the effectiveness and the practical orientation of the education-al process. The authors describe the use of team-group method in planning and conducting classes close to real conditions; fitness cards for testing service opera-tion training simulators, show the methods of training.

Keywords: professional education; professional training; professional competencies; engineering education, military education, military engineering ac-tivity.

Lukyanova M. I., Glebova Z. V. Implementation of a promising project of scientific and methodological support young teachers "Ladder of success[1]"

Annotation. The article presents a description of the content and technology of implementation of a promising project of scientific and methodological support of young teachers "Ladder of success", created at the faculty of educational technologies and continuing education of Ulyanovsk state pedagogical University. Ulyanov. The main stages of the project, including such educational events as social and psychological trainings and master classes aimed at the development of professional and personal resources of the young teacher, are considered; internships on the basis of innovative educational institutions of the city of Ulyanovsk; creation and maintenance of a virtual journal of the young teacher "PRO-movement" in order to organize a space for communication and professional growth of young teachers, to promote their professional competence, as well as the development of a reflective position; creative laboratory "Lesson as a Zer-Kalo pedagogical skills", whose activities are aimed at strengthening the Navy-kov organization of modern lesson; a series of open lessons prepared and conducted-tion project participants in accordance with the requirements of Federal state educational standard of General education; creative laboratory "Research activity as a resource of acmeological professional development of teachers" have-schaya its aim to involve young teachers in research activities; creative workshop "Art as a way of presentation of pedagogical experience", participation in which allows educators to acquire the skills of creating publications; reflexive platform "the leader himself: my way to professional success", focused on attracting the attention of novice teachers to the results of professional and educational interaction within the project, to develop a qualitative assessment of the importance of the proposed educational activities, to identify the degree of activity of young teachers and the individual result achieved by each of them; diagnostic workshop, the results of which allow to determine whether the project participant managed to climb up the steps of the ladder of success. The substantiation of the fact that the presented project has a systemic nature, is a single complex of content and technology, provides professional development of novice teachers.

Keywords: scientific and methodological support, young teacher, professional competence of the teacher, diagnostics of professional difficulties, system character of the perspective project.


Abstract. The relevance of the study is due to the importance of the continuing professional and personal development of the teacher as the main subject of the educational process due to the peculiarities of the evening (shift) school students who require special pedagogical assistance and support in the training and individual development. The need to build different ways of pedagogical interaction between all subjects of the educational environment (students, teachers, parents and other specialists) in the implementation of individual educational trajectories of students.

The purpose of the article is to reveal the peculiarities of the teacher's subjectivity and the necessary conditions for its development.

The article reflects the influence of the development of the teacher's subjectivity on the formation of schoolchildren's health, since it is the teacher who creates successful psychological and pedagogical conditions for the individual and personal development of each student.

The materials of the article are of practical value for specialists and scholars studying the issues of introducing inclusive education in the domestic education system, specialists involved in organizing education in evening (shift) schools, teachers working in educational organizations of various types, students of pedagogical universities and other interested persons.

Keywords: teacher subjectivity, tutor accompaniment, healthy lifestyle.

Gurkovskaya E.A., Alexander A.P.,Tarakanova V.V. Historical stages of development of educational literature


The article discusses the importance of education and its role in the life of society and the state. Education has become a factor determining not only the functioning and development of any state, but also the successful existence of the state itself in the modern world. What, specifically, does education mean in the life of society and for the state as a whole, and what is its main goal in the modern world?

The relevance of the work is predetermined by the formation of intellectual potential, which is a determining factor in the life of society and the state, therefore it must have a certain structure reflecting the specific features and tasks facing the society. Intellectual potential is a criterion of prestige of the state, which determines the level and possibilities of all branches of production, science and culture, the development of social and other spheres of life. At one time, the army and navy were considered our best friends.

Practical significance lies in the use in the practice of pedagogy of the textbook, which should reflect all the features of the educational process, and which should always be the calling card of a particular educational process. It should reflect all the features of the educational process.

Keywords: classical pedagogy, practical pedagogy, programmed textbook, electronic textbook, psychological concept of learning

№1 2019

Novikova G. P., Polovetsky S. D.


Additional education of children and youth in our country has a long history and rich tradi-tions. 2018 passed under the sign of the 100th anniversary of the Russian additional education.

The aim of the work is to attract the attention of the scientific and pedagogical community to the ways of solving the problems of additional education of children and youth, set in the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of may 7, 2018 № 204 "on national goals and strategic objectives of the development of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2024": education of a harmoniously developed and socially responsible person on the basis of spiritual and moral values of the peoples of the Russian Federation, historical and national and cultural traditions.

The development and expansion of the sphere of additional ethno-cultural education of chil-dren, which plays an important role in familiarizing the younger generation to the rich culture of the peoples of Russia, is of great importance in the ways of solving the tasks. This makes it possible to more effectively, efficiently and purposefully promote Patriotic, spiritual, moral, ethno-cultural edu-cation of the younger generation, to improve the culture of inter-ethnic relations in the modern polit-ical and ethnic space of the country, to preserve the ethno-cultural diversity of Russia, to preserve the integrity and national security of the country.

In this regard, of great scientific and practical importance is the development of a "strategy for the development of ethno-cultural activities in the conditions of a successive system "Education-al center – pedagogical University – organization of additional professional education".

Methodology and methods of research. The study applied the methodology of scientific and pedagogical research, considering the area of additional ethno-cultural education as a certain system of scientific and pedagogical knowledge, as the process of practical implementation of pedagogical knowledge in this area. The following basic methods of scientific and pedagogical research in the field of additional ethno-cultural education of children are applied: analytical method and method of expert assessments, allowing to study and generalize pedagogical experience in the studied area.

Results. The main results of the work include: conceptual justification and definition of the key concept of the analytical review; analysis of state documents and speeches of public figures on this problem; coverage of the practice of additional ethno-cultural education, its information and methodological and expert support; review of Federal ethno-cultural events held in 2018.

The scientific novelty of the research consists in the development of actual problems of de-velopment of additional ethno-cultural education of children, in the analysis of the revealed contra-dictions, the formulation of problems and the search for ways to solve them.

The practical significance of the analytical review is determined primarily by the fact that the work formulated specific proposals addressed to the Ministry of education of Russia and the Minis-try of science and higher education of Russia, and aimed at improving the process of ethno-cultural education in General, and its part – additional ethno-cultural education.


Key words: peoples of Russia, culture, pedagogy, additional education, ethnocultural educa-tion.

Zakhtser E.


Annotation. This article is a comprehensive study of the integration of mnemonics in building vocabulary  — when learning a language at a non-linguistic institution. The paper pays particular attention to study results for developing memory. By analysing available modern software functionality, the idea of productivity gained from using Memrise application can be substantiated. An example is given of a student project work in creating their own course using program teaching materials.

Keywords: education; EFL; LSP; Memrise; memory development; English language vocabulary building; team work; students project; the 4Cs of 21st century skills


Pykanov I., Nedvetskaya M. N.



Аbstract. Modernization of school education assumes transition to new educational standards, improvement of professional training of pedagogical collective to innovative changes in educational policy. In this regard, the role of the teacher as a Converter of the existing practice is changing dramatically: he must focus on productive activities, have his own project position, be able to work in a team and independently manage project activities.

Purpose.  To identify the mechanisms of project complex management in the process of project technologies implementation in an educational institution.

Methodology and methods of research. System approach, the concept of participatory and project management, the theory of resource management, technology design of the educational process in the school.

Results. Motivational optimized resources management, developed new tools for management activities, proven effectiveness system activities of the Director and teaching staff in terms of project management in the school.

Scientific novelty. An integrated model based on the use of common principles of interaction of teaching staff has been improved and implemented.

Practical significance. The technology of project activity management on the basis of the system approach is developed.

Keyword. Management, system approach, educational organization, design, project.

Daibova E.V., Kamahina R.S.


Abstract: The article is devoted to the analysis of conflict behavior of senior pupils.  The article presents the results of the study of the level of conflict of high school students of the boarding school "IT-Lyceum of the Federal state autonomous educational institution of higher education "Kazan Federal University". A number of measures aimed at increasing the conflict competence of students was drawn up and carried out.

Keywords: conflict, conflict situations, conflict resolution, conflict management, adolescence, extracurricular activities.


Vladimirova O. N., Kolga V. V., Polezhaeva G. T.



The relevance of the study is due to the objective need to find new ways to improve the quality of managerial training, the need to use potential resources when combining interactive educational and extracurricular forms of work in the educational process of a modern university.

The aim of the study is to develop proposals for the use of such forms of work in the practice of training bachelor-managers and analyzing the effectiveness of their use.

Methodology and research techniques. Methodical approaches were used in the design of educational tasks, as well as a survey, questioning, the method of expert assessments in assessing the effectiveness of the results of their application. To identify the level of formation of significant professional and above-subject competencies for students trained by the presented methodology, the Atlas of New Professions, announced by the Moscow School of Management Skolkovo, was used. On the basis of it, a diagnostic questionnaire was developed in two parts and students of the Management training course were surveyed.

The results of the work were approved for students of the “Management” training direction and are presented in comparison of the control and experimental groups.

Scientific novelty. The proposed practice-tested structure for the construction of a class with the use of interactive teaching methods, which contributes to the formation for the student of an individual educational route, taking into account their own capabilities and resources. An example is given of the implementation of the proposed structure when conducting a lesson on the subject “Documenting management activities” provided for in the work curriculum of the main educational program of the training direction 38.03.02 Management.

Practical significance. The results can be used in the preparation of bachelor-managers in higher education.

Findings. The effectiveness of bachelor-manager professional training is greatly enhanced by using interactive training and extracurricular forms of work, which contributes to enhancing students ’learning and extracurricular activities, developing their motivation to learn, increasing the level of professional competence, developing their communicative skills.


interactive technologies; educational and extracurricular forms of education; professional and additional competencies; professional education; professional training; professional competencies; educational environment of the university.

Borodinа E. P., Borodin A. L.


Abstract: the article presents successful solutions to the urgent problem of support of a young specialist in his professional activity in the conditions of modernization of Russian education. The principles and mechanisms of support for young teachers in the municipal education system, implemented in the "center for mentoring and work with young professionals" G. O. Balashikha, Moscow region. The perspective technologies, organizational schemes providing professional and personal growth of beginning teachers are considered.

Key words: mentoring; young specialists; professional competence; continuing education.

Menshchikova I. Y.

Abstract. The article deals with an actual problem – improvement of the federal state educational standard of higher education (FSES HE) in aspect of including the expected results of the university students’ education (upbringing) in the required results of their education. Purpose of the article is to present the modes of formulation of the required results of the university graduate’s education in the FSES HE as realizing educational (upbringing) function of the higher school. Research methodology is based on the model of personal experience as a wholeness, on the position about innovatory (developing) whole educational process consisting of interconnected upbringing and training processes. The upbringing process takes a leading place in the developing type of education, ensuring formation of personal values’ system among the students. Research techniques – analysis and synthesis of the literature on the problem of the university students’ education, analysis of the requirements’ content of the FSES HE. Results of the study – the modes of formulation of the required results of the university graduate’s education for a new generation of the FSES HE are described. Scientific novelty of the research – the upbringing potential of the FSES HE is revealed, which regulates the need to formation of personal values’ system among the university graduates. Practical significance – the possibility of clarifying (closer definition) the newly formulated required educational results in the other educational documents is proved.

Keywords: federal state educational standard, higher education, formulation of results, education, upbringing, values, graduate.


Burikova S. A.,  Zvereva L. I.



This article describes the main provisions of the methodology of teaching a foreign language using the Internet. The paper presents examples of popular educational Internet resources created for the independent study of foreign languages. The main problems and positive aspects of this teaching method are revealed.

Object of research. Social relations developing in the field of modern education.

Subject of research. The Internet as a method of teaching foreign languages.

The hypothesis. The Internet is a modern method of teaching a foreign language.

Materials for the study were. scientific works of modern Russian and foreign teachers, linguists such as I. L. Bim, N. V. Elukhina, L. V. Kudryavtseva, E. S. Polat, D. Crystal, and the information placed on the electronic resources network of the Internet.

Key words: foreign languages, Internet technologies, Internet resources, multimedia, self-study.


Dolina N. N.


Annotation: The main priority of the state policy of Russia is to preserve the health of the younger generation. Therefore, within all educational programs there are areas that shape a culture of a healthy and safe lifestyle. The use of health-saving technologies in the education system remains relevant today. In the article we will consider the proposals and works of leading researchers, which social practices on a healthy lifestyle (hereinafter - HLS) exist in our country, and which of them are used by the public organization “Russian movement of schoolchildren” to promote HLS.

Key words:: children's movement, healthy lifestyle, children's associations, pedagogical education, forms of children's activity, children's public organization, health-saving technologies.


Tarasenko A. A., Ovchinnikov Y. D.


Annotation. Volunteerism is a creative and socially significant form of self-realization of the individual, manifestation of humanism, civic activity, provides an opportunity for social creativity and creative initiative. The volunteer movement in Russia receives legal and state support. In the article the authors present the program of the government program of the volunteer movement in Russia.

The program presents all kinds of volunteering, with which you can solve social problems. The most difficult at the regional level of development will be to develop a mechanism for the development of the program.  There is a problem of determining the results of the programme and, above all, its socio-economic impact, because this is the most important and complex aspect of any programme.

Key words: volunteering, self-realization of the personality of social creativity and creative initiative, civic activity, competence volunteering, social support of the population.

Tretyakova N.V., Ketrish Е.V., Andryukhina Т.V., Tretyakov А.D.


Abstract. The relevance of a research is caused by need of a research of professional health of teachers of sports schools. These experts work in the system «people-people». Therefore they are influenced by negative factors which number are connected with specific features of professional activity.

The purpose of article consists in identification of the reasons of decrease in level of professional health of teachers of sports schools and also factors of emergence of a syndrome of emotional burning out at them.

Results of a research of level of professional health of teachers of sports schools are presented in article, the reasons and major factors causing a syndrome of emotional burning out are opened. Extent of manifestation of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and reduction of personal achievements is shown.

Materials of article are of practical value for experienced experts in the sphere of physical culture and sport, and for young specialists who plan the professional activity. It is necessary for prevention of emotional burning out and reduction of risk of action of the adverse factors connected with features of a profession.

Keywords: professional health of teachers of sports schools, emotional burnout, emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, reduction of personal achievements.

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