Author : Bakhtiyarovna, Malika Jumazoda
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2484-2490
Annotation: In this article, we aim to reflect on the activity that is formed as a result of the application of theoretical knowledge in practice. Social activism is one of the most important aspects of an individual’s activities. It is manifested in the participation of the individual in society and community work; based to a certain extent on the understanding of political and moral identity. Fostering social activism is not only an increase in the level of participation in public affairs, but also the formation of motives that determine the moral orientation of young people. The main pedagogical and psychological conditions of activity are the formation of the student community and each of its members in the form of social attitudes that meet the requirements of society and time - the accumulation of experience. A number of scientific researches on improvement of pedagogical mechanisms of social adaptation of students, development of technologies of preparation for pedagogical activity are carried out in the world. In particular, it is important to improve the professional socialization of students by ensuring their didactic adaptation to higher education, the development of optimal pedagogical conditions for the effective organization of tutoring.
The model of social adaptation of students of pedagogical higher education institution was based on four stages of interaction: interpersonal, interfaculty, interaction with the higher education institution (HEI), professional-value stage (in the first stage of study at the pedagogical higher education institution it is important to overcome the following didactic difficulties Significant complication of the content and volume of educational material (one report contains information on five or six schools, academic lyceums and vocational colleges); new forms and methods of teaching in relation to the school, academic lyceum (lectures, seminars, colloquiums, debates and others); the complexity of the language of the scientific text and lecture material; the lack of skills and abilities of the student to work independently.