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Gorkovskaya Zinaida Petrovna
Кандидат исторических наук, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian History, Novosibirsk state pedagogical university, zinagor@mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Maksimova Natalya Viktorovna
Доктор филологических наук, Prof. of the Department of Humanities Education, Novosibirsk Teachers’ Professional Re-Training Institute, maksimova1@mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Troitskiy Yuriy Lvovich
Кандидат исторических наук, Assoc., Prof. Department of Theory and History of Human Knowledge, Russian State University for the Humanities, troitski@gmail.com, Moscow

Department and Research School: Innovations by the Department of National and Universal History at Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University and Educational Projects by the Research “School of Comprehension”

Problem and purpose. Process of interrelation between the Department of National and Universal History at Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University and the Research School of Comprehension brings fruitful pedagogical novations at a good stage. What kinds of factors have such important place? What components of educational environment can provide the possibility for innovative activity? When is it possible? What are substantial and individual components of communicative space which provide the sustainable effectiveness of formation of the educational innovatics? These and other questions make article perspective. Its purpose is in a research on processes of the developing educational environment. Such environment provides generating, support and sustainable development of innovations in education. Methodology. Theoretical base of this research is focused on understanding of the eventful educational environment, philosophical basis of dialogue (M. Buber, M. Bakhtin, V. Bibler). The idea and technological solutions of the experiment, which was called “School of understanding”, were suggested by Y. Troitsky, who began teaching history in the basic Institute school. The results of pedagogical experiment of implementing the ideas by the “School of understanding” in university and secondary school educational environment have been played an important role as well as the consequences of local sociolinguistic experiments. During the projecting of an interrelation model “Department – Research School” the main concepts had been described, also the points for analysis of educational innovation environment were framed. Scientific novelty and theoretical significance of this paper are in development and substantiation of characterized novations of the Department of Native and Universal History as a meaningful space, which were included into the context of the development of innovation ideas of the “School of understanding”. everal points become important for the university and school for similar ways in obtaining of new educational products: elaborate on ideas of communicative event in education; environmental approach; forming communicative identity of a schoolchild and a teacher; reorganizing of the subject content, etc. Development of the pedagogical language concerning the new phenomena, concepts, points, describing the existing processes of the communicative and activity nature, was not only implemented into the thesaurus of the “School of understanding”, but also in general enriched pedagogical language of university and school education. The practical value of this research is in description of methodological innovations in the area of humanitarian education. The paper can be useful for researchers, methodologists, and teachers working on solving of identical issues.
communicative event in education, culture of subject thinking, innovation processes, environmental approach, communicative space

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