Psychological Support Of The Professional Formation Of Students
The article provides a theoretical analysis of the problem of psychological support for the professional formation of a personality, which is defined as an effective technology for research, development, formation and possible psycho-correction of students’ personality. This direction of scientific research in the context of innovative education in psychological science and practice continues to be relevant and in demand. The indicators of the stages of professional development of students’ personality are considered: adaptation (1st and 2nd course), intensification (3rd course), and identification (4th course). The urgency of the development of a comprehensive model of psychological support for the professional development of students in the context of innovative education and its implementation within the work of the psychological service of Stavropol State Agrarian University is substantiated. For students of the first, second and third years, the program of psychological support was aimed at developing students’ skills to analyze the level of development of their professional self-determination, for fourth-year students - at forming students' professional identification, skills for assessing the level of their professionalism, modeling the scenario of their future professional life. Methods and research results are presented. A comparative analysis of the results obtained at the ascertaining and control stage of the study showed that the developed and implemented model of psychological support for the professional development of students is effective and can be used in the work of the psychological service of the university.
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