ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИИ В РАБОТЕ С МОЛОДЕЖЬЮ

Translated title of the contribution: Humanitarian technologies in work with young people

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Abstract

The article deals with "humanitarian technologies", their innovativeness and relevance at the present-day in the training for specialists of "The work organization with the youth" Department in the Universities. The urgency of humanitarian technologies in the training of specialists working with young people and their studying in the process of development and improvement in the work with the younger generation is proved by the need for innovative forms and methods of socialization that are in demand of the social practice. And, therefore, a modern specialist must meet these challenges in the work with young people. Presented the process of teaching for development and application of humanitarian technologies in social practice for the purpose of professional growth and self-development as a subject of activity. Considered the issues of the humanitarian technologies use in the socialization of the younger generation in modern conditions. Presented the program of non-formal education "Humanitarian technologies in the work with the youth" in the framework of the Creative laboratory at the VIII all-Russian Students' Festival studied "The work organization with the youth" as an important tool for the specialists' training in the social sphere and especially for specialists working with the youth. The results of the development of humanitarian technologies are described and analyzed by the participants of the festival.
Translated title of the contributionHumanitarian technologies in work with young people
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)29-37
Number of pages9
JournalОбразование личности
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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  • 14.00.00 EDUCATION. PEDAGOGY

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