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Education Technologies in Addressing the Problem of Forming the Socially Active Individual

IJESE Volume 11, Number 9, ISSN 1306-3065


The article is devoted to the analysis of technological support of the educational process in solving the problem of forming the socially active individual. The authors studied the value of the category "social activity" and analyzed educational technologies that have an impact on its formation. The obtained results gave the possibility to identify four collaterally subordinated types of educational technologies: meta-technologies, sectoral macro-technologies, module-local technologies and micro technologies. This study includes ascertaining information and is based on the methods of pedagogical observation and analysis of results. The study shows unformed social maturity of young people and, consequently, their inability to realize social activity through their own readiness to take the initiative in a public activity. The research findings can be used in teaching practices in order to improve the level of social activity of students in educational institutions.


Popova, I.N. (2016). Education Technologies in Addressing the Problem of Forming the Socially Active Individual. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 11(9), 2583-2593. Retrieved September 30, 2022 from .

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