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The essential monitoring in the sphere of addictions prevention
Arshinova V.V., Ph.D. in Psychology, Senior researcher at Moscow State University of Psychology and Education., Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Bartsalkina V.V., Associate Professor, Head of the Medical and Psychological Rehabilitation laboratory at the Moscow State University of Psychology and Education., Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Glazkova O.V., Head of extracurricular education section of the Moscow Department of Education , email@example.com
The essentials of monitoring of professional educational and psychological activity in the sphere of addictive behavior are discussed as the methodological model for preventive activities (results of professional interventions) and prevention resources (handbooks, programs, events) assessment, which are embedded into national prevention systems of developed countries. The Russian and foreign experience of monitoring of preventive environment within the education system, carried out at personal and social levels, is described. The authors’ research results into conclusion that such monitoring should be based on the unified methodological preventive approach – “sustainable personal development” theory. The principles and procedures of assessment of professional activity are outlined, the examples of widespread standardized diagnostic tools are provided. The algorithm of efficiency assessment of psychological and educational activity in educational institutions is provided as well as recommendations on its further planning.
Keywords: addictions prevention, monitoring, principles of assessment, diagnostic tools, quality management