The concept of "self-organization" in the context of modern education
The article focuses on the issue of developing the sixth universal competence proposed in the Federal State Educational Standard 3++, which aims at the development of self-organization skills – the ability to plan one’s activities in the short, medium, and long term and manage time with consideration of one’s capabilities and physical energy. The study offers an analysis of the results of a diagnostic study of the level of learning organization in students at a technical university. The authors propose their perspective on the concept of self-organization of learning. The stages of students’ self-organization of learning activities within the framework of the academic discipline “Fundamentals of self-organization and self-study” are identified as the motivational component, the personality component, the practical component, and the reflection component. The significance of the proposed stages is substantiated, and their content is disclosed. The main methods employed in the study include the theoretical methods of analysis, summarization, classification, and the study of psychological and pedagogical literature, and the empirical methods of observation, recording empirical data, statistical data processing, tests, and the interpretation of a person’s inner world. The results of the study can be of use to teachers and psychologists and be put into practice as part of psychological counseling for students.
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