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E. S. Romanova, L. Yu. Ovcharenko, O. V. Chibiskova, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PSYCHO-PEDAGOGICAL WORK WITH FAMILIES HAVING HOMESCHOOLED CHILDREN

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PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PSYCHO-PEDAGOGICAL WORK

WITH FAMILIES HAVING HOMESCHOOLED CHILDREN

 

E. S. Romanova,

L. Yu. Ovcharenko,

O. V. Chibiskova,

MCU, Moscow

 

The article deals with the issues and prospects of psychological and pedagogical work with families having homeschooled children. There is no doubt that a system of education centred on the individual in order to effect on the child’s personality and identify all its unused resources and opportunities, strengthening its position in society is becoming particularly important in terms of contemporary science. Home-based training and education serves to the implementation of a self-paced plan of learning, giving the child the opportunity to work, to dose his educational demands not only during the day, but also throughout the week, allows to take into account the pace of the child, his performance, fatigue and other features.

The article dwells on the results of an extensive study to examine the social demands of Moscow families for the education system in the process of its modernization. It focuses on the analysis of the awareness of parents about family education, its main types and methods, and the level of the demand for such educational form. The findings indicate further conclusions and recommendations on the development of family forms of education. The author highlights the positive and negative aspects of family education and the main reasons for its development and promotion.

 

Keywords: students; family education; home education; socialization; systematic work with families.

 

For citation: Romanova E. S., Ovcharenko L. Yu., Chibiskova O. V. Problems and prospects of psycho-pedagogical work with families having homeschooled children // Systems psychology and sociology. 2018. № 2 (26).Р. 28–39.

 

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