Project-collective management as a development factor of the school staff

  • Alexey Mikhalovich Kamenskiy State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Leningrad Regional Institute of Education Development”, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation.
  • Sergey Nikolaevich Kariagin State budgetary educational institution “Boarding school No 289 with in-depth study of the subject “Physical culture” of the Krasnoselsky district of Saint-Petersburg”, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation.

Resumo

The article deals with the organization of the collective project activities at school. Leading projects, described in the article, fit into the program for the extracurricular work development. We emphasized the importance of social partnership, interaction with creative unions of the city, public associations, sports societies, etc. A new effective model of interaction between subjects of educational activity is proposed in the framework of the long-term socially-oriented projects implementation, containing educational, cultural and developmental potential. As an additional effect, we noted the development of leadership abilities of participants in educational relations.

Biografia do Autor

Alexey Mikhalovich Kamenskiy, State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Leningrad Regional Institute of Education Development”, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation.
Sergey Nikolaevich Kariagin, State budgetary educational institution “Boarding school No 289 with in-depth study of the subject “Physical culture” of the Krasnoselsky district of Saint-Petersburg”, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation.

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2021-05-02
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Kamenskiy, A. M., & Kariagin, S. N. (2021). Project-collective management as a development factor of the school staff. Revista Tempos E Espaços Em Educação, 14(33), e15619. https://doi.org/10.20952/revtee.v14i33.15619
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