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Development of social intelligence of future speech pathologist

Svitlana Karskanova, Olena Biluk

Abstract: The problem of development of social intelligence of the future speech pathologist is in the sphere of the person professional growth with an emphasis on development of the parties of social intelligence. The article is devoted to the analysis of psychological determinants of development of the intellect for the students who will be speech pathologists. Influence of the socially-psychological factors on a social intellect is examined here. At different age stages of the individual the knowledge of the specifics of social intelligence from preschool to adulthood, makes it possible to predict the understanding of social reality. Theoretical generalization of the data obtained in our research provide an opportunity to determine the basic psychological qualities that is necessary for the successful performance of the functions of a speech pathologists. The well-known periodization of R. Selman shows that social intelligence develops throughout all person’s life. Learning the skills to solve complex social problems can be an essential area for improving the developing personality and adult personality. If this is not taught purposefully, the vast majority of society will not be able to realize its potential in situations of social interaction in full. Features of preparation of the speech pathologists for professional activity are caused by philosophy of a modern society development. The culture of building high human relations, teaching students this - is an indisputable value of modern society. Revealing the specifics of social intelligence at each stage of the ontogenetic development of the personality of each student who will be defectologist determines for himself his potential and resources. The principle of parity in the process of professional development of future special educators requires subjective interaction in tandem “teacher-student”, where the teacher not so much teaches, but helps the student to learn independently, as a result of which the student receives not only knowledge but also skills. The leading principles of professional development of the future pathologist should also include the principle of dialogue.
Keywords: Personality / society / Skills / social intelligence / students who / Speech Pathologists / specifics of social

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