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Theoretical aspects of education

Effective models of national and regional educational space development

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This article considers effective models of interaction between social and cultural institutions that can be used in developing a common educational space of the CIS countries. Of special significance are the models that involve public organizations. Through establishing mutual connections, domain models create more complex globule structures. Network projects initiated within globules and involving different domains contribute to the emergence of a selfdeveloping common space.

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The application of OLAP technology in constructing a transference training process system

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This article considers the issues relating to the construction of a transference training process system proposed by S. I. Arkhangelski using the modern tools of automated data processing. For the first time, the author presents a method for analysing the pedagogical monitoring data using OLAP technology, which makes it possible to find patterns in large data sets without imposing limitations on the aspects considered, operation parameters, and level of detailedness.

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Informal education for multi-age communities: The legal framework and development prospects

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This article is devoted to the adoption of the idea of continuing education by modern Russian society and state, as well as the need to promote its development for supporting cultural continuity and socioeconomic development. Through analysing the legal framework of the modern development of education in Russia, the author identifies the legislative resource for promoting informal education in multi-age communities, which makes it possible to support educational initiatives aimed at stimulating a dialogue between generations.

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Psychological and pedagogical studies

Inclusive educational space: A SWOT analysis

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This article considers education as a phenomenon of inclusive educational space. The notion of “inclusive educational space” is defined, its general and specific characteristics are outlined, and the principles of organizing an inclusive educational space are formulated. Special attention is paid to the results of a SWOT-analysis that made it possible to identify the hierarchy of opportunity and threat positioning in inclusive educational space within corresponding matrices and develop strategies for using the strengths in grasping opportunities and mitigating threats. The authors also describe specific stages of strategy implementation.

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Professional training

The “personal-social” antinomy as a mechanism for analysing and assessing pedagogical studies on developing cognitive interests in cadets

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Using the “personal-social” antinomy, the author analyses the results of a historical and pedagogical reconstruction of the 1960s— 80s theoretical and practical studies on the development of cognitive interests in cadets within the training process at military schools. The analysis helps to identify the conditions for critical and creative application of these results in humanising the system of military education in modern Russia.

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Individual and psychological characteristics of future specialists in university physical education and sport

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This article presents the results of a study into the individual and psychological characteristics of future specialists in physical education and sport, the analysis of which helps to develop the necessary psychological and pedagogical conditions for increasing the training process efficiency.

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Improvement of professional training of law enforcement officials at a professional training centre

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The introduction and application of modern educational technologies radically change the level of police officers’ professional training. The use of mind mapping technology in the training process at the Regional Professional Training Center has improved the academic performance of police officers. It is stressed that the use of mental maps is a convenient and effective method for thinking visualization and alternative recording, which can be successfully used in developing new ideas, recording thoughts, and analyzing and structuring information, etc.

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Methodological support for the “Human anatomy” discipline for undergraduate students in physical education

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This article explores the ways of updating and restructuring the methodological framework of the “Human Anatomy” discipline as taught to undergraduate students in physical education. The author presents the structure of the methodological framework created to improve the quality of training process organisation and development of knowledge in students. An assessment of the efficiency of using the methodological framework in the training process is presented.

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Physical education and health improvement

On cross-cultural interaction in the field of physical education in the Kaliningrad region

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This article considers prerequisites for the development of cross-cultural interaction in the fields of physical education and sport between the Baltic region states. The author describes the geopolitical characteristics of the Kaliningrad region and its opportunities in forging and developing international connections in the field of sport. The author justifies the need to study the problem of expanding opportunities in this field. The methods of regulatory document analysis and interviewing were used to study the modern condition of corresponding research at the Higher School of Physical Education and Sport of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.

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Research of young scientists

Scientific writing in teaching foreign languages to future researchers

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This article highlights the need to address the stylistics of scientific writing when teaching a foreign language to future scientists. The author presents a historical overview of the key stages of development of functional style theory and describes the modern perspective on scientific writing in the following aspects: field of use, topic and content, characteristics of the sender and recipient, purpose and forms of speech, and general properties, linguistic features, and types of texts.

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Primary school teachers’s attitude to the formation of psychological health: An empirical study

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This article addresses the problem of promoting students’ health as a teacher’s activity within the educational system; special attention is paid to the pilot study into social attitudes to psychological health and its promotion in primary school teachers. The author analyses the classical ternary structure of social attitude to health promotion and identifies inconsistencies in the system of primary school teacher’s attitudes to the teaching process and the role of schoolchildren’s health in this process.

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The role of native language in learning Russian as a foreign language

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This article addresses the role of the native language in learning Russian as a foreign language. The author describes the role attributed to the native language by the modern methodology of teaching Russian as a foreign language in the training process or preparation thereto. It is concluded that addressing the native or an intermediate language is methodologically justified in the process of learning Russian as a foreign language if it helps to increase the efficiency of the training process.

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The dynamics of formation of teachers’ preparedness for improving relations between pre-schoolers

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This article describes the dynamics of developing future specialist’s preparedness for improving relationships between children of pre-school age. The author presents the results of an experiment demonstrating the positive dynamics of preparedness development and its components in undergraduate and graduate students of a pedagogical university. The article describes levels of preparedness formation: minimum, stable, and maximum. The effectiveness of the author’s model is demonstrated.

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Technology vs. spirituality: On the meaning of education in the conditions of information and knowledge society

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In everyday life, the words "information" and "knowledge" are often used to explain each other, which leads to tautology. In pedagogical literature, the situation is similar. Through comparing the notions of "information" and "knowledge", the author analyses the philosophical and pedagogical approaches to education within the concepts of “information society” and “knowledge society” and discusses the results of misuse of these terms in the context of target values of the modern education and the competency approach as a means to achieve them.

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