Lavrentieva Zoya Ivanovna
Доктор педагогических наук, Dr Sci. (Pedagog.), Prof. of Department of Pedagogy and Psychology, Institute of History, Humanitarian and Social Education, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, lzi53@mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Sitnikov Alexander Sergeevich
Director, Municipal Autonomous Educational Institution “Secondary school № 216”, sitnikoffs@ngs.ru, Novosibirsk

Interaction with Children’s Public Associations as a Pedagogical Condition for Forming Social Mobility of Senior Graduates

Introduction. The acceleration of the economic, informational, and social processes of modern society is accompanying by the need to actively shooing social mobility. The need for a high level of development of social mobility arises already in high school age. One of the essential pedagogical conditions for the formation of social mobility is the organization of interaction between high school students and children’s public associations. The purpose of the article – to determine the level of formation of social mobility of high school students in the course of experimental work on the implementation of the indicated pedagogical conditions. The theoretical basis of the study. Social mobility in high school age is a personality trait, which includes the ability to move and change actions, motivation to advance in social strata, willingness to make flexible decisions and awareness of the value of freedom of action. The criteria for the formation of social mobility are cognitive, personal and value. The dynamics of the formation of social mobility is determining by the sequence of levels: situational, sustainable, value. Research methods are questioning, case solving, questionnaire A. V. Karpov and the copy test R. Lazarus and S. Folkman. The results of the study. An analysis of the levels of social mobility in the process of introducing a pedagogical condition for interaction between high school students and children’s public associations showed that the most significant changes occurred in terms of the perception of social mobility as a personal value. Conclusion. The findings enrich the theory and methods of education in terms of improving extracurricular activities in an educational organization.
social mobility, high school students, children’s public associations, criteria for the formation of social mobility

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