С уверенностью в будущее - пособие по профориентации для воспитанников организаций для детей-сирот и детей, оставшихся без попечения родителей
Methodological guide for the implementation of extended educational programs for orphans and children left without parental care "To my future" reveals the problems relating to the self-determination of adolescents in institutions, in the logic of barriers-solutions helps educators and staff to help with self-identification and search for educational trajectory of adolescents.
The publication is devoted to a problem of professional self-determination, expansion of diagnostic and consulting toolkit, contains the description of a projective technique genogramm, used in psychological consultation with a view of development of professional identity of the client. The opportunity of application of a method at initial and later stages professional is shown.
Background. During the last decade, life calling has become an areas of dynamically developing research in psychology, management, and counseling. However, it has not been empirically investigated in Russia, despite Russia’s rich intellectual and spiritual tradition, and abundant research on related constructs, such as personal meaning.
Objective. The aim of the present study is an initial qualitative exploration of the concept of calling in Russian culture.
Design. We employed qualitative document analysis to examine openended responses from 104 college students regarding their definition of calling, and the actions they undertook to discern and implement that calling.
Results. We found that the students saw a calling as something more than a mere job; were intrinsically motivated to find and dedicate themselves to it; associated a calling with the use of their abilities; and at the same time expected it to make them more energized and successful without considerable effort. While some participants felt called to a specific domain, the majority indicated abstract other or self-oriented callings. Regarding the implementation of their calling, the participants fell into two groups: those who did something specific, such as study and practice, and those who did something vague, such as “everything” or “nothing”.
Conclusion. These results are largely in line with similar findings in other cultures. The results can be used in career guidance in educational institutions, as well as in private counseling. Specific recommendations for practice, as well as directions for future research, are explored.
In this paper we propose two new algorithms based on biclustering analysis, which can be used at the basis of a recommender system for educational orientation of Russian School graduates. The first algorithm was designed to help students make a choice between different university faculties when some of their preferences are known. The second algorithm was developed for the special situation when nothing is known about their preferences. The final version of this recommender system will be used by Higher School of Economics.
The article is focusing on the problem of vocational self-determination in the field of information technology. The model factors that influence the process of professional self-determination is described. The results of the empirical research of the students vocational self-determination in the IT-vocations are analyzed.
The materials of the Russian scientific and practical conference (with international participation) of the University districts "University District: an open dialogue between school and University"? which has taken place at the Research University Higher School of Economics, are devoted to acute issues of the development and progress of education in Russia in the conditions of modernisation and innvation. The article deal with the issues raised both at school and Universities.
This article is talking about state management and cultural policy, their nature and content in term of the new tendency - development of postindustrial society. It mentioned here, that at the moment cultural policy is the base of regional political activity and that regions can get strong competitive advantage if they are able to implement cultural policy successfully. All these trends can produce elements of new economic development.