The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 5
Page No. 556 - 561

Professional Evolution of Student’s Personality in Conditions of Poly-Cultural Educational University Space

Authors : Yekaterina Aleksandrovna Konopatskaya, Albina Rinatovna Abdrafikova and Iskander Engelevich Yarmakeev

Abstract: Within the frameworks of this study the tasks and peculiarities of formation of professional and cultural values of future Foreign language teachers have been demonstrated in conditions of poly-cultural education. Substantive component of pedagogues’ teaching has been singled out from the viewpoint of axiological approach: conditions that favour development of professional values of students in poly-cultural educational university space. In the study, we have examined poly-cultural educational university space as one of backbone factors of formation of generally cultural competences of bachelor students which was implemented in this area as in the system of inter-cultural social and educational interrelations that favour interiorization of national culture, formation of panhuman values of students by means of poly-cultural education through the prism of studying of professional humanitarian disciplines (on the base of Kazan (Privolzhye) Federal University). Selection of research methods was conditioned by the tasks set and was performed in three diagnostic dimensions that corresponded to main determinants of career success: “Professional identity” (diagnostics of students’ motivation and attitude to their professional education and future activity); “Professional orientation of personality” (individual characteristics are defined through judgments of the subject) and “Available aims and understandings about self-projecting” (it is performed by means of Projective and Psycho-Semantic methods).

How to cite this article:

Yekaterina Aleksandrovna Konopatskaya, Albina Rinatovna Abdrafikova and Iskander Engelevich Yarmakeev, 2015. Professional Evolution of Student’s Personality in Conditions of Poly-Cultural Educational University Space. The Social Sciences, 10: 556-561.

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