Galay Igor Alekseevich
Head of the Department of Physical Education Kuibyshev branch, Novosibirsk state pedagogical university, galay.igor@mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Lebedev Alexey Vladimirovich
Кандидат биологических наук, Cand. of Biological Sci., Assistant professor of the Dept. of anatomy, physiology and life safety, Novosibirsk state pedagogical university, lebedev_05@mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Aizman Roman Idelevich
Доктор биологических наук, Doc. Sci (Biolog), Prof. Head of the Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Life Safety, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, aizman.roman@yandex.ru, Novosibirsk

Psychosocial Portrait of Graduates of a Pedagogical University Residing in Megapolis and the District Center

Problem The article actualizes the problem of the psychosocial development of students in the context of reforming the modern pedagogical system and increasing the requirements for the quality of education in higher education. The importance of timely assessment of the psychosocial potential of applicants and students to improve the quality of education and socio-psychological adaptation of students is shown. The purpose is to identify the features of the development of the personal and psychophysiological potential of students in the dynamics of learning at a pedagogical university. Methodology. The study of personality characteristics was carried out on the basis of a diagnostic complex express assessment of the parameters of a person’s personal potential using a package of psychological tests. Psychophysiological parameters are evaluated using certified computer programs: “A comprehensive assessment of the health and development of students in higher and secondary educational institutions” and “Assessment of the socio-psychological adaptation and personal cooperation of students.” Research results. Authors consider that significant differences in the dynamics of the indicators of students’ personal potential over the period of study are due to the characteristics of the socio-pedagogical environment of the universities of the metropolis and the regional center. The specificity of such differences is associated with a change in the psychosocial state of students during their studies at the university under the influence of both positive and negative socio-environmental, economic and cultural factors. In conclusion, it is concluded that the use of approaches to a comprehensive assessment of psychophysiological indicators allows us to identify the specifics of the influence of the socio-pedagogical environment of the university on the formation of professional maturity of a modern teacher.
students, socio-psychological adaptation, personal potential, socio-pedagogical environment

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