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Philosophy. Psychology. Pedagogy

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Meta-Educational Space as Methodological Basis of Professional Pedagogics

Umanets Sergey Fedorovich, Donetsk National University

The article is devoted to such philosophical and pedagogical phenomenon as «meta-educational space». The idea of meta-educational space is based on the assumption that the world in which a person lives is a multidimensional, multifaceted, diverse and multivariate reality. This idea is the methodological basis of the study. The article analyzes various philosophical and pedagogical approaches to the theoretical construction of the category “meta-educational space”. The author's version of the definition of “meta-educational space” is proposed. This pedagogical category of “meta-educational” in the context of the article is closely linked with the concept of “life ideal” of the student. Applying the method of scaling in pedagogical research, we managed to translate “qualitative” pedagogical results into the channel of “quantitative” results. The article presents the results of forming a pedagogical experiment conducted in Donetsk Pedagogical Intitute. The verification of this experiment by the method of mathematical statistics chi-square is analyzed. Ultimately, the pedagogical goal of the meta-educational space is that the student under the guidance of the teacher was able to create their own, unique, individual “image of a specialist” in a particular area of human activity ( in this case “Braze teacher” ).


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