Belyaev Gennady Yurievich
Кандидат педагогических наук, Ph/D (Pedag.), Senior Researcher of the Laboratory for Strategy and Theory of Personality Upbringing, Institute for Strategy of Education Development of the RAЕ, gennady.belyaev2011@yandex.ru, Moscow

Some Results and Post Comparative Analysis Ideas for the Actualized Existing Programs of Socialization and Ubringing of High School Students

The article describes the results of the author’s generalization of the materials, prepared by the author on the base of qualitative analysis of the working programs of education and socialization оf students obtaining primary, basic and secondary general education. The analysis bases on the 55 urban and rural programs in eight Federal Districts of the Russian Federation in urban and rural schools, gymnasiums and lyceums. The author used the data of the examination of the texts of the existing Programs of socialization and upbringing of learners as a method of analyzing the difficulties encountered by teachers in the organization of the educational process. It became possible to highlight and analyze the difficulties experienced by teachers when they organize the educational process in accordance with the requirements of the new Federal State Educational Standard for General Education. The fulfilled meaningful analysis of the existing work-related programs for the socialization and upbringing of learners in mainstream general education organizations showed that the program makers were generally guided by the most typical adopted by scientific community, but not identical definitions of socialization and upbringing. They constitute a generalized ideology of the programs, although they are in a number of cases relatively eclectic, the nature of the application and disclosure of the basic categories and concepts of the theory of education glean from various, somehow contradictory methodological sources and scientific approaches. These and a number of other familiar pedagogical stereotypes, decades-long stamped in the consciousness of educators lead to difficulties in the organization of the educational process, while the old contradictions are exacerbated, and the new ones are revealed, being generated by the unevenness of development which is character for modern educational institutions and organizations. The difficulties identified by means of the program texts analysis are likely to be quite surmountable, but they require careful consideration to determine their causes and the likely impact on the development of educational organizations in the local and regional levels in the context of the Federal Standard’s goal of educating and socializing high school students.
actualized programs, socialization, upbringing, high school students, secondary school, educational component, secondary education, expertise, analysis, difficulties.

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