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Development of students’ competencies in the process of implementation programs for extracurricular activities

L.N. Gienko
80,00 Р

UDC 37.06     


Liubov N. Gienko,

Сand.Sci. (Pedagogy), Associate Professor

at Altai State Pedagogical University, Barnaul,



The article reveals the problem of the development of competencies among students in the organization of extracurricular employment programs. The content of extracurricular activities is determined on the basis of the requirements of the federal state educational standard. The goal and objectives of education are outlined. Directions of personality development (spiritual, moral, social, general cultural). Particular attention is paid to the implementation of the competence-based approach in education. Particular attention is paid to the development of social competence of students outside the classroom. The groups of social competences are designated. Technological steps are presented that solve the problem of the formation of social competencies. A technology has been developed on the basis of the teacher's functions. Stages of the technological process(diagnostic, theoretical, evaluative, practical). The program is based on classes with training elements. Criteria and indicators of competencies have been determined. Age-related tasks of students have been determined. Practical exercises aimed at developing the designated criteria are presented. The program is carried out after school hours.

Key words: competencies, extracurricular employment program, education, personality development, modern school, competence approach, social competences, technology, extracurricular employment, development of social competencies.



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