Volume 8, Issue 7 (7-2018)                   MJLTM 2018, 8(7): 61-69 | Back to browse issues page

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Students Adaptation To Training In University In Educational Environment Optimization Terms. MJLTM. 2018; 8 (7) :61-69
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The relevance of the article is due to the aggravated contradiction between the need of society for high quality professional education and the lack of students’ readiness entering the University to study in the new conditions of interaction with the educational environment, which in the context of changing the orientation and paradigm of higher education puts forward the task of developing students' ability to adapt. The purpose of the article is the scientific and methodical substantiation of the conditions of the educational environment optimization, contributing to the successful adaptation of students to study at the University. The content of the article reveals the educational environment of the University as a multi-level system of conditions (socio-pedagogical, psychological-didactic, organizational-pedagogical) for the implementation of the adaptation process at the micro and macro level, providing optimal parameters of educational activities in the target, content, procedural, effective aspects. The article presents a structural and complex model of personal adaptation to higher education, which includes five stages of a holistic adaptation process. The article is intended for researchers, teachers dealing with the problems of students’ adaptation in the educational environment of the University in order to correct and prevent maladaptation and, ultimately, contribute to the success of their training.
Keywords: adaptation, educational environment, optimization, multilevel system of conditions, structural-complex model.
Keywords: adaptation, educationa lenvironment, optimization, multilevel system of conditions structural-complex model
Vladimir V. Baranov , Ludmila P. Ovchinnikova , Olga F. Piralova , Natalia L. Maksimova , Alexander A. Shumeyko , Natalya V. Semenova , Valery P. Kargapolov , Olga V. Popova
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Foreign language teaching and learning
Received: 2018/08/14 | Accepted: 2018/08/14 | Published: 2018/08/14

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