Pedagogy of Development and Cooperation

Polysubjectness of Work Culture of Teachers and Students in the Modern Artistic and Educational Space

Present time is the period of intensive development of various multicultural and integration processes, therefore, it is important to understand that the state of the future society, the culture of its subjects, capable of preserving, creating, and transmitting the accumulated socio-cultural heritage, cultural samples of the views of the world and activity, depend on the solution of socio-cultural problems of the present, the choice of priority strategies for their solution, and axiological landmarks.

Developing Soft Skills through Group Work within the Framework of Teaching English at University

The article presents the results of the theoretical analysis of the conditions of soft skills development connected with the overcoming of the contradictions of the traditional system of education, which involves individual character of learning and dominance of frontal teaching, which impede the development of communicative competences. Top requested soft skills contributing to the professional success of the university graduate are reported. Amongst the most needed social competences there are such skills as communication, collaboration and creative thinking.

Problem of Adaptable Readiness of the Person: Results of the Scientific and Practical Workshop

The results of the scientific and practical workshop «The Problem of Adaptability of Personality Readiness», conducted on the basis of the Saratov State University, were summed up. N. G. Chernyshevsky April 20, 2017.

Socio-Pedagogical Problems of Children Returned from Substitute Families

Currently, the number of returns of children from foster families to public institutions reaches 10%. The study of the phenomenon of return of children from substitute families from the pedagogical and acmeological points of view is one of the most acute problems of modern social and pedagogical science and practice. The aim of the article is to identify the problems that arise among the returned children. The methods of research are theoretical analysis of the phenomenon of “the return” and a survey of specialists from state institutions that accept children after the return.

Return of Children from Substitute Families as a Socio-Pedagogical Phenomenon

The relevance of the study of returns of children from substitute families is due to a growing number adoptive parents refusing to raise in orphans and children left without parental care their families. The problem lies in the fact that the processes that occur with the child and the family in the situation of return remain unexplored; the very essence of returns as a pedagogical phenomenon is not completely clear; the contradictions and resources of a child’s return from substitute families are not disclosed.

Inter-Age Interaction as a Pedagogical Condition of Supplementary Education (Working with Children outside the Classroom) in Russia in the late 19th – early 20th Century

The article presents data on theoretical analysis of the first experiment of using a mixed age interaction in out-of-school work with children in the early twentieth century. The issue of mixed age interaction was widely covered in psychological and pedagogical researches since the beginning of the last century and remains relevant today. At the same time, the interest of scientists to history and the current state of the system of additional education for children has increased.

Readiness of Children with Complex Impairments for School Education

The paper presents the results of an empirical study of various parameters of readiness for school education of children with complex visual and intellectual impairments. It is assumed that the readiness of children with visual and intellectual impairments for school education requires comprehensive, systematic, and long-term interaction of parents, pre-school teachers, specialist on mental defects and physical handicaps, and primary school teachers.

Diagnosing and Correcting Disorders of Emotional Development in Children with Locomotor Pathologies

The paper outlines some theoretical aspects of the issue of emotional development of primary school students with cerebral palsy. It further explains the role disorders of emotional development in such children play in how they interact with others and how they assert themselves as full members of society. Specific features of how children with cerebral palsy express basic emotions were identified, based on the results of an experimental study.

Personality Transformation in Cyberspace

It sets out details of the individual transformation phenomenon analysis in network space. Since the 1990s, there was a tendency on the network emergence of virtual personalities that have little to do with their creators in reality, marking the beginning of this complex process. Originating as a general source of information, the Internet originally had a tremendous educational potential, which is in a slightly modified form still exists today.