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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


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Age-normative Model of Development of Junior Schoolchidren 1247

Isaev E.I.
Doctor of Psychology, Professor of the Department of Educational Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia

The article presents. In the article the justification of relevance of elaboration of normative model of development of junior schoolchildren is conducted. The subjective prerequisites of child’s needs in school education and the phenomenon of crisis of seven years as the crisis of preschool childhood are described. The description of age-normative model of development of subjectivity in young school age is represented. The s tructure of the a ge-normative model of development is represented, it includes three components1.) main lines of development 2.)situation of development 3.) neoplasms of development. The age-normative model of development of subjectivity in young school age according to the main lines of development: subjectivity in activity, subjectivity in generality, subjectivity in consciousness is described. Generalized scheme of the age-normative model in young school age according to the types of situation of development and integral neoplasms of development is given.

Keywords: young school age; subjectivity in activity; subjectivity in communication; subjectivity in consciousness; age-normative model of development; types of situations of development of junior schoolchildren; integral neoplasms of development is given

Column: Developmental Psychology


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