Main Article Content
value-semantic attitude, axiological approach, simulating of the educational process, methods, forms, technologies of value-semantic attitude formation
Purpose of the study: The purpose of the article is to substantiate the need for students’ value-semantic attitude formation towards the chosen occupation based on the University educational environment resources activation. This attitude, as practical experience proves, allows more successfully carry out occupational activities, strive for self-improvement of labor skills, and permanently extrapolates this attitude to the profession in one’s own life.
Methodology: Research on testing models of value-semantic attitude’s formation to the profession among the students was conducted in the period from 2009 to 2018. Experimental research covered 395 people, including 339 students and 56 teachers. The following techniques and tests contributing to diagnostics were used for the study: the personality's strong-willed organization, the training motivation, educational achievements and need for them, valuable orientation-based unity of the group, the attitude to specific types of occupational activity.
Results: The article clarifies the concept of value-semantic attitude to the profession, characterizes the educational environment of the University in the context of this problem, presents the functions and components of the axiological approach aimed at the development of the University educational environment; defines the pedagogical conditions under which students’ value-semantic attitude to the chosen profession will be qualitatively formed. The article reveals the possibilities of simulating such an educational environment. The article describes the results of the interrelated components’ implementation of the developed model for value-semantic relations’ formation, implemented for many years in educational institutions of higher education.
Applications of this study: The possibility of educational courses, methods, forms and training technologies adaptation to the educational environment of universities, regardless of their profile orientation is described.
Novelty/Originality of this study: The article proposes adapted and developed diagnostic methods; presents the developed criteria and levels to identify the formation of value-semantic attitude to the profession among the students.
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