Musical art in the educological discourse

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ISSN / EISSN : 2518766X / 23125829
Current Publisher: Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University (10.28925)
Total articles ≅ 259

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Musical art in the educological discourse; doi:10.28925/2312-5829

Musical art in the educological discourse; doi:10.28925/2518-766x

Oleksandr Mikhno
Musical art in the educological discourse pp 22-37; doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.1-2.2237

Abstract:By analyzing the works of Western Ukrainian scientists, it has been proved in this article that they worked in the context of scientific research that was characteristic of the European pedagogical thought of the 1920s and 1930s. The methods suggested by the scientists for studying a student and the main methodical ideas, namely, the use of psychographic schemes (Yakim Yarema, Mikhail Ostapovich, Dmitro Koziy), personality cards (Ivan Kukhta), observational cards and “free character references” of the personality (Volodymyr Bezushko), which served as a benchmark for teachers in their practical work to study the student and compile his character reference. The contents and structure of the psychographic schemes, which contained from 12 to 15 sections («Attention», «Memory», «Imagination», «Thought», «Method of Labor», «Tiredness», «Pain and Freedom», «Behavior in the Community», etc.) with detailed explanations of each of them. The structure of the personality card, which consisted of 6 items (appearance and physical development of the student, home conditions, attitude towards people, interest and aspiration, traits of character, temperament, mood, properties of mind) have been presented. The structure of pedology as realized by M. Baznyk, which, in his opinion, consists of several interrelated directions: psychopedology, physiopedology, pathological, laboratory pedology, testology, theoretical pedology, pedotechnics, moral pedology has been systematized. The article contains short biographical information about scientists-teachers whose articles are being analyzed.
Vira Prokhorchuk
Musical art in the educological discourse pp 60-71; doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.1-2.6071

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Mariia Martianova
Musical art in the educological discourse pp 38-46; doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.1-2.3846

Abstract:The article deals with the specific aspects of the teaching activity of the French teacher of philosophy Alain (Emily-Auguste Chartier). The scholar emphasized the importance of the influence of family education in the formation of the individual and added the necessity of strict education. According to Alain`s theory, school helps the child to reveal their natural abilities independently of their family ties. The main literary genre (propos), which the scientist used to write his ideas, is highlighted. The scientist underlined the usefulness of writing such works as essays and reflections on the given topic, where students learn to express their thoughts correctly and intelligently, overcome the fear of public speaking. The philosopher added that a class also influence on educational process, that is why he preferred the absence of additional learning material on the walls as they distract student’s attention. It is defined that children develop their natural abilities, learn to cope even with those tasks that initially cause rejection and a desire to retreat, due to hard-working nature. It is emphasized that studying of masterpieces, taking into consideration the experience of previous generations, their knowledge about human nature, the relationship between personality and the surrounding world is very important for formation of healthy and intellectual society. The basic principles of teaching, which were guided by the French teacher, such as the principle of diligence, the principle of freedom of thought, the principle of respect and detailed analysis of the works of famous scholars and writers, and the principle of the connection of learning with life, are determined. These principles are possible only with the presence of a teacher who has professional qualities, the desire to direct his students to work and the aspiration to learn and study the necessary information for their adult life.
Alla Mihalyuk
Musical art in the educological discourse pp 286-296; doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.1-2.286296

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Olga Chizhikova
Musical art in the educological discourse pp 161-175; doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.1-2.161175

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Alla Panchenko, Nataliia Kravchuk
Musical art in the educological discourse pp 297-309; doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.1-2.297309

Abstract:The article outlines obstacles to the implementation of inclusive learning into the education system of Ukraine at different levels of management: macro, meso, and micro levels. It has been noted that the inclusive learning is being introduced with regard to the experience of Germany, Finland, Austria, Sweden, etc. Social policy in relation to people with special educational needs based on the principles of equality and tolerance has been identified as a prominent feature. The article highlights the peculiarities functioning and management of the general secondary education institution with inclusive education in the context of the Ukrainian school reform regarding the observance of values, principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the regulatory base of Ukraine. It has been mentioned that the introduction of inclusive education in the education system has been the purpose of meeting the requirements of society concertning socialization of children with special educational needs. The significance of the implemented all-Ukrainian experimental program "Social Adaptation and Integration into the Society of Children That Require Correction of Physical and / or Mental Development by Introducing Inclusive Education" at school I-III. No. 168 Obolonsky district of the city of Kyiv. The article presentd the stages of its implementation; and it is suggested that they should be followed by managers of educational institutions. An integral model of balanced child development under the conditions of inclusive learning has been developed. The external and internal conditions are determined for the purpose of creating a safe educational environment for the development of the personality of children with special educational needs. The proposed components of psychological and pedagogical support and management in the general secondary education institution with inclusive learning contribute to the formation of value references and standards of behavior of concerned parties.
Oksana Bulvinska
Musical art in the educological discourse pp 83-103; doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.1-2.83103

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Olena Tymchyk
Musical art in the educological discourse pp 310-320; doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.1-2.310320

Abstract:Modern educational institutions require qualified teachers who can provide the educational services of proper level. The problem of providing educational institutions with pedagogical staff has been relevant for a long time, till nowadays. It can be solved by a consecutive marketing program, elements of which can be found on the school websites. The author carried out a general analysis of the websites of Ukrainian schools (both public and private ones) and concluded that there is a solid lack of information, which should be aimed specifically for young graduates. The author believes that during the process of development of marketing program, the governance of schools ought to orientate it not only based on necessities of consumers of educational services, but also made it suitable for teachers who in future can apply for work in these institutions. According to the author, the pages of websites devoted to the personnel policy of schools should also contain the requirements to the possible candidates for vacant places in these institutions. It is also important to place the information about working conditions - material and technical support of the educational institution. This will allow young specialists to make conclusions about the possibility of realizing their knowledge and practical skills. The author believes that young specialists are interested in the information concerning the projects in which an educational institution is involved. Such information indicates the level of development of the institution and possible perspectives for its employees. The author suggests the use of the "reverse" orientation of the marketing activities of the school regarding employees, which will encourage its attractiveness for young professionals, and will also help the educational sphere in its competition for highly skilled workers.