2013 #2


ISSN 2225-7330

CONTENT ISSUE — 2013, # 2


N.Y. Sinyagina, E.G. Artamonova
Within the realm of the socially significant. P. 6.



Y.V. Naumenko, O.V. Naumenko
Teacher training curriculum component on how to use strategies to promote health in the classroom. P. 8-20.
The article presents a system of didactic principles in the design of an interdisciplinary component, aimed at promoting health and a healthy lifestyle among school children. The authors introduce a conceptual framework for monitoring the effectiveness of school activities in helping students understand and form the socio-cultural phenomenon of “health.”
Key words: promoting health in school, readiness for optimization of viability in conditions of social change, health education.

L.O. Perezhogin
Non-chemical dependence of modern youth: socialy-psychiatric approach. P. 21-28.

From the standpoint of the social-psychiatric approach, that includes the multiaxial analysis of psychopathological phenomena within the framework of dynamic social development and the personal-characterological reactions of youth, this article describes the criteria of youth dependence on personal computers, computer games and the Internet. The author proposes a unique program of psychocorrectional aid for children with non-chemical forms of addiction.
Key words: adolescents, addiction, internet, psychotherapy, rehabilitation.

Y.V. Sinyagin
Self and professional development assessment as an instrument for the evaluation and improvement of education quality. P. 29-33.

The author addresses the issues faced by Russia in the transition to the evaluation of education quality on standardized systems. The focus is on the process by which «acmeological» support is provided to students at the Russian Academy of Public Administration — the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and improvement of the educational process.
Key words: educational system, quality of education, acmeology, psycho-acmeological approach, standards, personal and professional potential, the potential for development.

G.I. Semikin
Promoting a healthy lifestyle for students in Russian Educational institutions. P. 34-37.

The purpose of this paper is to show that the support of students’ physical, psychological and social well-being is essential to a high quality education. Such an approach can prevent youth from deviant behavior and harmful habits and encourages students to maintain a healthy lifestyle, which in turn increases their quality of life and ability to be industrious citizens. This paper will discuss a program developed within the Bauman Moscow State Technical University aimed at creating a healthy educational environment for students to create conditions for the sustainability of a healthy lifestyle.
Key words: higher education, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, healthy lifestyle, psychological support, psychological maladaptation, prevention


I.V. Ivanova, L.G. Loginova
Monitoring the results and dynamics of children’s personality development in extracurricular institutions. P. 40-54.
The article describes the author's vision of the problem as well as the author’s work: a student’s development journey book, which records details of the monitoring and advice recorded by the teachers and psychologists, and the student’s journal, “Knowing Thyself.” This analysis may allow psychologists and educators route the journey of a child’s individual self-development.
Key words: teaching strategies, monitoring, personal development, extracurricular education of children, psychological and pedagogical support, individual development journey.


R.M. Chumicheva, O.V. Barsukova, V.S. Korol'kova
Rsearch on russian student’s ideas and emotional experience of "evil". P. 56-60.
The article presents the results of a pilot study on psychology students’ ideas and emotional experiences related to evil. The pilot study was founded on the authors’ psychological-pedagogical conception of evil. The questionnaire for understanding the perceptions of students was based on this conception.
Key words: evil, psychological-pedagogical conception of evil, moral education, reflexivity formation, intrinsic motivation formation, affectivity, identity formation, pilot research.

V.N. Klepikov
Integrative processes in the ethical education of pupils. P.
The article highlights the types of integration methods that can be used in the modern Russian educational space to help students fully comprehend the phenomena learned, and discover the value and the meaning of these phenomena for the «inner world» of the pupil.
Key words: education in school, ethics education, types of integrative processes, the inner world of the pupil.

O.V. Stifeev
Spirituality development in the modern school. P. 68-72

The author reflects on issues of spirituality and culture in modern education and shows the importance of organized spiritual development in the educational process.
Key words: education, upbringing, spirituality, self-improvement, readings, music, and art.

T.Y. Bogacheva
Family club. P. 73-75.

This edition of «Family club» is devoted to questions related to regulating behavior, neutralizing negative emotional states and harmonizing parent-child relationships.
Key words: behavior, emotions, fantasies, lies, children's whims, stress, nervous tension.


I.G. Galyant
Integration of the arts as a means to developing musical talent in preschool children. P.78-83.
The paper describes a system for working with preschool children, aimed at the inclusion of children in creative activities.
Key words: education, knowledge, ability, musical talent and creativity.

S.A. Zholdasbaeva
The tutor's role in working with seniors at the boarding school for gifted children "Ozat". P. 84-88.

The author considers the organizational and pedagogical conditions created during the implementation of the pilot program "Tutor support as an innovative resource in the educational institution" in a boarding school for gifted children.
Key words: tutor, tutoree, tutor's support, boarding school, individual plan, portfolio, diagnostics, design.


E.V. Zvyagintseva, T.G. Kirsanova
HIV and drug abuse education program for raising the tolerance and awareness of students. P. 90-94.
This article describes the experience of teachers and psychologists at the Moscow high school 1222 with helping students form a value system oriented on leading a healthy way of life, understanding the harm of consuming psychoactive substances, and increasing their awareness of HIV/AIDS risk behaviors.
Key words: HIV/AIDS, teenage drug addiction, health, healthy way of life, prevention, schooling.

T.A. Sapozhnikova
Prevention of negative social phenomena: the fight against HIV/AIDS and the promotion of family values among teenagers. P. 95-100.

The author presents the work of the Methodology and Research Center of the South-East Moscow School District in organizing a network of educational psychologists and social workers that work with students on increasing their awareness related to HIV / AIDS awareness and teaching them responsible behavior.
Key words: HIV/AIDS, safe behavior, responsible behavior, professional methodological support, students, district.

M.V. Legovich
Organizing the pedagogical collaboration between the school and family. P. 100-105.

The paper presents a systematic approach to organizing pedagogical collaboration between the student’s family and the school. The author analyzes the issue of quality in the interactions between the two most important institutions of the education and socialization of children.
Key words: partnership between parents and teachers, family as an institution, forecasting the stages of a child’s development, strategies of interaction between school and family, the parent’s perspective.

S.I. Merkulova
Pedagogical orientation of seniors in secondary schools. P. 106-115.

The author describes the participants chosen for the pedagogical orientation process, defines what is expected of them, their functions and assigned tasks. Results from a study conducted on socio-pedagogical communication with the students helped organize the process with the use of modern methods of communication, such as NLP, word-of-mouth marketing, and public relations in order to revive the image of the teaching profession and motivate talented students to take on the profession.
Key words: pedagogic orientation of senior pupils, teaching profession, social-pedagogical communication, PR, neuro-linguistic programming, word-of-mouth marketing, neuro management, event marketing.

A.N. Soboleva
The characterization of clients who seek psychological help. P. 116-122..

The article explores the role of psychological help in solving personality development problems in the modern world.  The author presents a typology of people seeking psychological help individually and in group trainings.
Key words: psychological help, client classification, training.


V.D. Maximova
Fill heart with kindness. P. 124-126.
The author presents a set of activities and events in the spiritual and moral education of children, teachers and parents that were implemented in the House of Children’s Creativity of the Orenburg region.
Key words: spiritual and moral education, additional education, creative activities, virtues, spiritual and moral consistency.


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