Interactive Training Space As A Social University Driver

Abstract

The aim of the research is to study the problems of interactive space and social interaction in the framework of training for students during their studies at the university. The thesis about the limited socio-pedagogical dimension of group processes in the problem field of higher education, the socio-psychological difficulties of students and the need for their sociological interpretation is argued. Within the framework of the author's sociological research, a characteristic of the real educational practice of higher education is given, the acuteness of the problem posed is proved. The empirical results of a study of the socio-psychological difficulties of students are given, which was carried out on the basis of a quantitative sociological method of questioning and a specific design project of socio-psychological support for students during the period of study was developed. The results prove that for a student who does not have proper experience of professional social interaction, an optimally organized cultural interactive training space, provided that its content is filled with the practical sphere of activity of a future specialist, in addition to resolving social and psychological problems, is also an effective form of professional training. The tendencies objectified in the results of the study give rise to a critical rethinking of a whole complex of problems: from the "slipping" of methods and forms of training students in the era of digital technologies to raising the question of the beginning of recoding the professional education system.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.272

Online ISSN

2357-1330