2013 #1


ISSN 2225-7330

CONTENT ISSUE — 2013, # 1


N.Y. Sinyagina, E.G. Artamonova. P. 6-7.


N.A. Shaidenko, A.N. Sergeyev
The evaluation of pedagogical competencies of students in pedagogical institutes. P. 12-17.

The authors offer a problematic-normative approach, in which the future teacher develops a holistic model of professional competencies.
Key words: personality, activities, teacher, professional competence, pedagogical tasks.

E.A. Levanova, L.V. Tarabakina
Emotional education as the foundation for self-destructive behavior prevention. P. 18-24.


The purpose of education is not limited to obtaining in-depth knowledge and high intelligence. Why is emotional education necessary for the modern person?
Key words: emotional education, interest, security, crisis, self-destructive behavior.

T.Y. Rayfshnayder
Primary prevention of HIV infection in educational institutions of the Russian Federation. P. 25-31.

This paper shows the results of a school-based HIV prevention study. It summarizes the data on the implementation
of HIV prevention projects in schools from the federal level.
Key words: HIV, social diseases, preventive education, HIV prevention through education.

I.V. Turlykova
High priority national project «Health» — results of implementation 2012. P. 32-36.

This paper shows the results of the primary prevention school-based HIV program in the federal subjects
of Russia’s federal districts.
Key words: educational environment, primary prevention of HIV infection, risk behaviors, healthy lifestyle.


V.P. Golovanov
Inexhaustible source of ideas on education. P. 40-48.


Dedicated in honor of the 65th anniversary of Alexei Konstantinovich Brudnov:
a biographical description of his professional and creative accomplishments.
Key words: extracurricular education, informal education, professionalism, creativity. 

L.G. Loginova
Problems as a resource for the development of children’s supplementary education organizations. P. 49-58.


Presently, organizations focused on extracurricular education for children are again in a difficult situation. There is the expectation of a holiday, associated with the anniversary of Russia’s extracurricular education, but there is also anxiety, uncertainty and anticipation of the worst. To cope with this mood and find a way to not only overcome it, but also find the path toward successful development is possible. What is to be done? With what to begin? What is important to consider? The goal of this article is to help find the answer to these and other questions.
Keywords: the problem of public benefit and private benefit, competitiveness, dysfunction, marketing politics, the position of management, proactive management, pragmatics, design engineering, dissemination.


I.Y. Shustova
Personality development of the student in the school system. P. 60-67.

The humanistic educational system creates favorable conditions for developing a child’s personality. The collaborative approach, realized within this framework, stresses the importance of school relations and the manifestation of the pupil’s subjective qualities.
Key words: education system, event, eventuality, subjectivity, education and personal development.

L.P. Shopina
Why did the negro child drown?Axiologicaldeformations of children’s outlook on life under the influenceof the information environment. P. 68-76.

For young children it is advisable to select cartoons and books with clear, positive and kind imagery. Children imitate the behavior and speech of heroes. Exaggerated and grotesque images with questionable educational potential can be perceived adequately by children, when they have a clearly formed understanding of the norms (ethical, behavioral, ideological).
Key words: influence of information, animations, educational potential, quality literature and language.

T.Y. Bogacheva
Family club. P. 77-79.

In the last months of 2012 several letters relating to the question of gifted children came to odardeti.ru. Today the «Family Club» answers these questions.
Key words: gifted child, abilities, diagnosis, education, and health.


B.A. Piontkovsky-Vyhvaten
The influence of psychological and pedagogical conditions on gifted high school students’ development of successful life strategy models. P. 80-86.

This paper empirically explores the pedagogical conditions needed for the formation of successful life strategies in gifted high school students. The historical phases of work with gifted children were analyzed and a general interpretation of the psychological and pedagogical processes of self-change is given. Giftedness is seen as a combination of personality traits that can be particularly beneficial in various conditions of activity. The adequate method found to support gifted youth is to create pedagogical activity conditions that are most relevant to their character preferences.
Key words: psycho-pedagogical conditions, life strategies, gifted high school students, personality, a «buffer» zone, uncertainty, development.

N.A. Shaorshadze
Project-based learning in German language class as a factor in forming a tolerant environment. P. 87-90.

The article introduces the use of project-based experience in teaching German. Describes the organization of the project work, which creates a favorable environment for teaching tolerance by involving students in an active dialogue of cultures.
Key words: gifted children, creativity, project-based learning, learning the German language, education, tolerant attitude.

N.I. Brinza
The gifted child in a regular school. P. 91-94.

This article discusses the issues and challenges of teaching gifted children in a general-curriculum school. Recommendations are provided for teachers and parents of gifted children.
Key words: gifted children, showing talent, regular school, personal development


L.V. Rubtsova
Positive psychotherapy as a condition of developing a mentally stable and healthy personality. P. 96-102.

The author considers the dependence of an individual’s health and well-being on their philosophy of life, which guide their thinking, through the lens of the “sanogenic” thinking theory: man as a subject of choice.
Keywords: mental health, positive psychotherapy, sanogenic (positive) thinking, the training model.

O.S. Bobrenko
The stages of a school psychologist’s work with a critical incident. P. 102-112.

The school psychologists may come across people experiencing this or that traumatic event and work with them to help alleviate some of their suffering. The deep worry, that the specialist feels during this process, may arise suddenly as a reaction to the received information. The practical tools, discussed here, will help school psychologists plan their work and deal with such a critical incident.
Keywords: critical incident, supervision, supervisor, analysis, revictimisation.

Y.V. Naumenko, O.V. Naumenko
Psychological-pedagogical support in integrated schools (case study: the training program «I and others»). P. 113-119.

This article looks at the challenge of establishing positive relations between a child with disabilities and their non-disabled peers at a regular school under the conditions of the Federal state primary general education standards. The article describes a training that helps to form positive relations between these types of students.
Keywords: the child with disabilities, psychological climate in the children's social environment, integrated education.


L.I. Vinogradova, V.V. Golkin
«The whole world — theater ...». P. 122-127.

This paper is dedicated to the III Russian nationwide festival of children's theater groups «Theatre Youth of Russia» (Astrakhan, 2012).
Keywords: festival, theater, art, personality development, talented young people, children's theater work.


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