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Psychological-Educational Studies

Former Title: Psychological Science and Education

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (online): 2587-6139


License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Started in 2009

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Socialization of Children and Families in the Territorial Educational Complex 1172

Khaikin V.L.
Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Corresponding Member, RAE, Moscow, Russia

Grigoriev D.V.
PhD in Education, Headmaster, state school № 825, Moscow, Russia

Territorial educational complexes, which combine the "strong" and "weak" schools, kindergartens, additional education institutions can not only provide real access to the quality education, but also reduce social contradictions and bring different layers of society together. However, to do it they should definitely not only be educational corporations, but the new institutions of socialization. It is unproductive to use traditional educational strategies of socialization which are the transfer of educational forms and learning content to the social life of the school or direct copying of social practices. Educational complexes need to implement the strategy of adaptation to the unknown, to take the initiative for positive change in the close society. There are certain preconditions to it in the complexes, such as consolidation of family potential, concentration of resources and their efficient use, openness to new technologies and management systems, transformation of education to the public good for the population. It is important to complement the arsenal of educational complexes with new social technologies, encouraging children and adults to independent public action

Keywords: socialization, education, family, school, childhood, area, educational complex strategy, adaptation, inculturation, upbringing, identity, innovation, social technologies

Column: Developmental Psychology


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