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Competence approach to social rehabilitation of deviant adolescents in special institutions
Melnikova M.L., Associate Professor, Department of General Psychology, Ural State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia, competence-based approach, competence, social rehabilitation, psycho-medical-pedagogical commission.
We describe the informative aspect of social rehabilitation deviant of adolescents in special institutions, the necessity of considering the competence approach as a conceptual, methodological basis of the special institution activities. We present general guideline criteria for assessing competences content in determining an individual route of personality development in students of special institutions; allocate areas of responsibility for the formation of competencies in special institution between members of the rehabilitation process. We describe the contents of the following competencies: value-conceptual, communicational, personal self-improvement skills, educational and general cultural competence, personal, social, labor, subjective and meta-subjective competence. We examined the contents of psychological, medical and educational commissions activities in special institutions.
Keywords: competence-based approach, competence, social rehabilitation, psycho-medical-pedagogical commission.
Column: Juvenile Legal Psychology