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Professional improvement of pedagogues, working with children, being in difficult life situations: modern approaches

M.A. Lazarev , E.B. Beregovaya
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M.A. Lazarev is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), Head of scientific research department at Chekhov technical college, Chekhov city, Moscow Region e-mail: ,; and E.B. Beregovaya is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), head of Charity foundation for promotion of socio-cultural initiatives and guardianship “Way of Life”, member of Board of trusteeship in social sphere under Government of Russian Federation e-mail:


Disclosed are modern approaches to professional improvement of training and retraining of pedagogues, working in the field of supporting children, being in difficult life situations. In the article, presented and described are structure and content of training educational course for pedagogues, working in organizations for orphans children and children being in difficult life situations. Considered are principal conditions for implementing the course. Given is evaluation of it’s pedagogical potential. Also presented are results of results of experimental work in introduction of the course, approbated within educational project of the Charitable Foundation “Way of life”.

Key words: professional perfection, pedagogues, children, being in difficult life situation, productive strategy, pedagogical potential.



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