Logical Structure of Pedagogical Support of Students’ Social Adaptation
 
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Vyatka State University, RUSSIA
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Galina I. Simonova   

Vyatka State University, Russia
Online publish date: 2017-10-01
Publish date: 2017-10-01
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2017;12(Interdisciplinary Perspective on Sciences 7b):1107–1115
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The relevance of the research is due to the need to identify the organization structure of pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation. The increased scientific interest to social adaptation is justified by the crisis situation in the field of economic, political, social and spiritual relations. They are characterized by economic instability, environmental and demographic problems, cultivation of various value systems, deterioration in the health of the younger generation, insecurity of many categories of the population, growth of children’s and juvenile delinquency, suicide in the modern world. Thus, the purpose of the research is to identify the logical structure of pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation as theoretical and methodological basis for its implementation. The leading methods are pedagogical modeling and design. The comparative historical and pedagogical analysis made it possible to identify possibilities for optimizing pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation for the organization of pedagogical modeling and design. The authors of the article present: conceptual foundations of pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation as scientific and pedagogical direction ensuring the success of a certain teacher and institution; the logical structure of the process of pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation, showing consistency and interconnectedness of the implementation of the system, group and individual kinds of support from the strategy development to swarming tactics and choosing an adequate technology. Moreover, the authors define the component composition of the accompaniment process, which is presented by theoretical-methodological, information-analytical, informative, technological, managerial and expert components. As a result of the experimental research carried out from 2002 up to the present, and the experimental introduction of the results of the research, we can see positive dynamics of the level of students’ social adaptation at educational organizations. All specialists who provide pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation (administrators, teachers, organizers, teachers of additional education, social educators) have received special theoretical and methodical training at seminars and scientific and practical laboratories conducted by the authors of the article. The logical structure of pedagogical support of students’ social adaptation can be used in scientific research. In addition, it is possible to build different processes of the activity of educational organizations of various types on the basis of organizing pedagogical support of social adaptation of younger generations.
 
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