Educational System of Social-Communicative Culture of Comprehensive School Pupils in After-Hour Activity

Тернопільська, Валентина Іванівна (2009) Educational System of Social-Communicative Culture of Comprehensive School Pupils in After-Hour Activity EngD thesis, Інститут проблем виховання АПН.

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Abstract

Thesis for the Degree of the Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences in specialty 13.00.07 - Theory and Methods of Education. - Institute of Problems Education, Kyiv, 2009. The theoretical basis and modern approaches of education of social - communicative culture of comprehensive school pupils in after-hour activity are investigated in the thesis. The essence and the structure of the notion "pupils' socialcommunicative culture" is scientifically grounded. The model of the educational .system ol social communicative culture of comprehensive school pupils in after-hour activity is theoretically constructed and the content of its cognitive, emotionally - valuable components is characterized. The effectiveness of the designed social-communicative culture model of education is experimentally checked and proved. The criteria, indices and levels of education of social-communicative culture of comprehensive school pupils in after-hour activity are suggested. The main definitions of the educational process ol social-communicative culture of comprehensive school pupils in after-hour activity obtained further development.

Item Type: Thesis (EngD)
Uncontrolled Keywords: social-communicative culture; culture; social development; communicative culture; model of education; after-hour activity; pedagogical conditions system; subject-subject's interaction; junior pupil; teenager; senior pupil
Subjects: Abstracts > Спецради у інших ВНЗ
Divisions: Institutes > Pedagogical Institute > Кафедра теорії та історії педагогіки
Depositing User: Людмила Леонідівна Хоружа
Date Deposited: 16 Feb 2017 11:42
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2017 11:42
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/18858

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