Alma Mater
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Role of educational organization in development processes of collective self-organization of students

N.G. Bazhenova, N.V. Shmurygina
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N.G. Bazhenova is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), doc., university rector e-mail:; and N.V. Shmurygina is Cand.Sci. (Sociology), senior lecturer e-mail:

at Priamurie State University n.a. Sholom Aleykhem


Examined is the problem of the role of educational organization in development processes of collective self-organization of students of higher educational institution. In the article presented is the authors’ analysis of necessary conditions of educational organization, aimed at strengthening, development and increasing manifestations of collective self-organization of students’ practices. Substantiated by the author is importance of formation and development of processes of collective self-organization for future graduates. Also described is “facilitating” role of educational organizations and it’s administration in formation and development of these processes in student’ environment.

Key words: educational organization, collective self-organization, condition, students.



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