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Axiological Aspects of Ethno-Cultural Education of Students in the Educational Process of the University

E.V. Ptitsyna
80,00 Р

UDC 37:39                           


Elena V. Ptitsyna, Cand. SC. (Pedagogy), Docent, Associate Professor of Department of Fine Arts and Design, Petrozavodsk State University, Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, ORCID: 0000-0002-0732-9074, e-mail:


The development of society is inextricably linked with its past, traditions, way of life, therefore, today, one of the important tasks of education is the upbringing of a spiritually and morally developed personality with a formed civic position, ready to understand and realize traditional Russian values. Currently, the unique, original and rich traditions of national cultures are gradually being forgotten, as a result of which the student youth pays little attention to the peculiarities of their people, which threatens to lose their national identity. The education system should take into account the experience of folk pedagogy, rely on the culture and national traditions of the region, promote their revival and restoration. The purpose of the article: to reveal the axiological components of ethno-cultural education in the professional training of students in the direction of “Pedagogical education (with two training profiles)”. Ethno-cultural education involves introducing students to the ethno-cultural heritage of the traditions of their native land and the peoples of the world. The author presents and substantiates the model of ethno-cultural education of students — future teachers. The ethnocultural education of the future teacher based on folk traditions and folk arts and crafts is considered by the author as a factor in preserving cultural identity, ethnic mentality, national values of the people.

Key words: ethnocultural education, values, axiological aspect, ethno-culture, student, higher education, decorative and applied arts.



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