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A. V. Zobkov SYSTEM-STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF SELF-REGULATION BY THE SUBJECT OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY

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SYSTEM-STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF SELF-REGULATION BY THE SUBJECT OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY

A.  V. Zobkov

VSU them. A.G. And N.G. Stoletovyh,

Vladimir

The article deals with a system-structural organization of self-regulation of educational activity. Describes a system-structural approach that allowed to determine and describe the components of the mechanisms of self-regulation of learning activities in different periods of person’s development from the adolescence through the youth up to higher studies.

Self-regulation of learning activities is a complex process of organization of person’s behavior to ensure sustainable and effective functioning of the person during training activities and the implementation of self-study and self-education. The development of self-regulation takes place at three interlinked levels: objective-psychological level (external or individual), psychological level (internal or personal) and integrative level (the subject level). At each of these levels the process of self-regulation of educational activity has a specific organization, but it is fully disclosed as a system on a subjective level only, that allows the person to explore himself in the totality of all internal and external communication components of self-regulation, their compositions, functions, dynamic manifestations and etc.

The article presents and describes the mechanisms of self-regulation of learning activities on the subject level of organization in the period of the child's learning in the seventh and the eighth grade (aged 1314) during the transition period from the older teenage to the youth period of a study (aged 1416); and in the period of training type changing from the school time to the higher studies, where a serious violation of the unity of the mechanism of self-regulation of learning activities is determined that is leading to two variants of self-regulation: a study-oriented and socially-oriented option. Thus the article describes substantial components of self-regulation at each of the marked age-related stages and also it presents a general model of self-regulation, that is shown in the form of a regulatory ring, where the subject’s self-esteem is the center core element (the ring) and it is leading to the implementation work in teachers’ and psychologists’ practice to diagnose and correct the process of self-regulation of the educational activity in students.

Keywords: structure; mechanism; self-regulation; systems approach; learning activities; self-esteem; students; adolescents.

For citation:

Zobkov A. V. System-structural organization of self-regulation by the subject of educational activity // Systems psychology and sociology. 2017. № 3 (23). P.

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