Leonova Elena Evgenevna
Assist. Prof., Department of Pedagogy and Psychology, Institute of History, Humanities and Social Education, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, leonela24@mail.ru, Novosibirsk

Performance Criteria For The Organization Of Pedagogical Assistance To Minors, Left Without Parental Care, To Return The Situation Of Foster Families In A Social Institution

This article is devoted to the identification of specific features and the definition of criteria for the effectiveness of the organization of pedagogical assistance to adolescents without parental care in the situation of return from a substitute family to a social institution. Scientifically justified, the following criteria: personality (restoring confidence in adults, the formation of resilience, the consolidation of social experience in a foster family); the interaction between the teenager and the teacher (the realization of the fact of the return, the emotional experience of return, the definition of resources of the return); reflexive-evaluative (the successful resolution of the case histories of teenagers returned from foster families). The results of experimental work on overcoming the consequences of return in a social institution are presented.
teenagers, return of the child from the substituting family, pedagogical assistance, the substituting family, criteria of pedagogical assistance

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