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«Zhurnal Ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya» – pedagogy scientific journal.

E-ISSN 2413-7294
Publication frequency – issued 2 times a year.

Issued from 2014.

4 December 22, 2015

1. Timur A. Magsumov
Ideas and meanings of Symposium of historians of Russian education

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 143-145.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.143CrossRef

The article deals with the analysis of results taken place at the beginning of December, 2015 on the basis of International Network Center for Fundamental and Applied Research of the International symposium "History of Russian education and pedagogics in search of identity: the experience of traditional and innovative researches". The author allocates the main achievements in development of cooperation between historians of education, notes the high level of all works presented on action. The main directions of further cooperation with the purpose of creation of the neoclassical model study of history of Russian education are planned.

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2. Mikhail V. Boguslavskiy
Methodological bases of the research strategies of modernization of Russian education

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 146-151.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.146CrossRef

The article deals with conception of interpretation of modern strategies of modernization of Russian education. It considers conservative strategy of Russian education modernization in the beginning of XXI century. Recommendations of historical pedagogical basis of strategy of developing of Russian education on long-term perspective are presented in the article.

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3. Sergey I. Degtyarev
Honorary Wardens of the District Schools of Chernigov and Poltava Provinces at the Beginning of the XIX Century: Competence, Social Status

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 152-158.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.152CrossRef

The article is devoted to honorary wardens of the district schools of Chernigov and Poltava provinces at the beginning of the nineteenth century. On the basis of archival materials and literature the author has studied the competence of these officials, identified them social status. As a rule, honorary wardens in this region were representatives of the wealthy nobility. They are often combined several elective offices. Honorary wardens were awarded ranks, had a high position in society, but did not receive a salary for their services.

URL: http://ejournal18.com/journals_n/1450804929.pdf
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4. Nail M. Valeev
Educational, scientific and pedagogical activity of K.I. Nevostruev

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 159-170.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.159CrossRef

Appeal to the educational, scientific and pedagogical activity of K.I. Nevostruev (1816-1872) – the corresponding member of the Imperial Academy of Sciences, member of the Serbian scientist society in Belgrade, the Yugoslav Academy in Zagreb, professor, specialist in study of early texts, archaeologist, historian and philologist, whose authority in pre-revolutionary Russia and the Slavic community was undeniable, is interesting as it vividly reflects many of the features and characteristics of the spiritual and cultural life of the contemporary era. Born in a Russian province, he gradually reached the heights of Russian and European science, became a famous Russian Slavist, archaeologist, specialist in study of early texts, church historian who left a remarkable trace in all the mentioned areas.

URL: http://ejournal18.com/journals_n/1450806526.pdf
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5. Izabela B. Kotova, Galina V. Lozovaya
Experience in building a comprehensive program of "Development of productive ideas about health and safety"

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 171-179.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.171CrossRef

The article describes the experience of authoring program for the formation of productive ideas about safety. The need to build this kind of practice is justified by scientific findings of the predecessors of the authors about the key role of subjective perceptions in the safe behavior. The program is aimed at students of pedagogical college. Under productive ideas about health and safety the authors understand subjective representations of corresponding features of informative presentation about health and safety, their emotional relevance and effectiveness in relation to safety. The development of the program is based on the principles of scientific integrity, continuity and the practice. The program includes the concentration of actions on educational material on health and safety in the disciplines of basic educational program, additional training courses on the psychology of health and safety and the organization of professional support of students-psychologists.

URL: http://ejournal18.com/journals_n/1450805117.pdf
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6. Tatiana M. Krasnyanskaya, Valery G. Tylets
Conceptualization of safety principle of educational practices

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 180-188.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.180CrossRef

The article is devoted to the introduction of the scientific revolution of the principle of security of educational practices. This principle focuses on the expanded use of the ideas of safety in the construction of the educational process in schools. According to the author’s position, creating psychological safety of educational environment is not sufficient to solve the problems facing the educational system at the current stage of social development. Preparing the young generation capable of effectively coping with today’s challenges, requires the formation of them in the framework of educational practices willingness and ability to be self-sufficient security. The main characteristics of the principle of security of educational practices are subjective centration, axiological synthesis, procedural and substantive structuration synchronization, substantially are disclosed in the article. The principle of security of educational practices performs: removing the forefront of security measures in educational practices of human interests, coordination of private property with social security interests of this sector, rethinking the content and process of construction of educational practices with regard to their safety.

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7. Alexis A. Streltsov
Qualitative analysis of the impact of education on the secondary school (gymnasia) leavers’ professional and civilian formation in the Russian empire in the XIX –early XX centuries: a territorial and temporal aspect

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 189-196.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.189CrossRef

The article deals with the non-private classical secondary education in the Russian empire (autonomous domains excluded). About 2200 profiles on the Russian version of the Open Encyclopedia are analysed. They were divided according to the spheres: philology and literature, arts and social sciences, sciences and technology, fine arts, public service, military service, revolution, clergy, commerce, medicine, as well as regions: St. Petersburg and its province, Moscow and its province, other Russian provinces, the Ukraine, etc. The author shows that there is no direct correspondence between the type of secondary education and its influence on the school-leavers’ choice of profession or career, although the region and the period could have their effect. The policy of the ministry was on the whole less significant, than the political and social situation in the country, the educational process in a particular school and personal preferences of school-leavers.

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8. Tahir M. Aminov
Sociological studies of Muslim education in pre-revolutionary Ufa province

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 197-204.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.197CrossRef

There are sociological and other humanistic researchings in the article which have seen features of functioning in muslim educational institution before revolution in Ufa area. The analysis was based on the concept of the author’s studies of historical and pedagogical works, built on contemporary understanding of the pedagogical process. On that basis, all the works of pre-revolutionary, Soviet and modern period were analyzed. There is the work by M.I. Obukhow "Mektebs in Ufa area" among them which have been written with fundamental sociological researching that had been spent by National goverment in Ufa area in 1912-1913. The concept reveals the financial situation and peculiarities of organization of educational process of maktabs – Muslim primary schools. The analysis of the maktabs as compared to the initial state Russian schools was also given. This and another works are intresting for regional and all-russian researchings.

URL: http://ejournal18.com/journals_n/1450805366.pdf
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9. Olga D. Popova
Women's Eparchial school as a Mechanism of Social Mobility at the turn of XIX–XX centuries

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 205-215.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.205CrossRef

This is the analysis of the possibilities for professional realization and social mobility for graduates of the eparchial girl’s schools. The author of this article shows that the eparchial girl’s schools were the first educational institutions for people from poor social classes. The analysis of the training plans of the women's gymnasium and eparchial girl’s schools showed a lower level of women's education in eparchial girl’s schools. The article shows graduates of the eparchial girl’s schools much more difficult to realize themselves in the profession and harder to do the higher female courses.

URL: http://ejournal18.com/journals_n/1450805426.pdf
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10. Azat M. Rafikov
The contribution of merchants in the development of speech pathology education in Russia in the late XIX – early XX century (on the example of the P.P. Klobukov)

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 216-223.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.216CrossRef

On the example of the charitable activities of Vyatka merchant of the second Guild Pavel Petrovich Klobukov in the article the questions connected with development in pre-revolutionary Russia defectological education. The author has used a wide range of historical documents from Central and regional archives, and the periodicals of the second half of XIX – early XX century Diverse source base has allowed to reconstruct the main landmarks of the biography of the entrepreneur and to characterize its social, commercial and charitable activities. It was established that P.P. Hoods was one of the major supporters of Vyatka province and its administrative center. The merchant has made a significant contribution to the work of local authorities, contributed to the expansion of the network of charitable agencies in the region. One of the most significant merits of P.P. Klobukova was the opening in Vyatka the first and subsequently the only school for blind children, which successfully functioned in the provincial centre until 1917.

URL: http://ejournal18.com/journals_n/1450805514.pdf
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11. Aleksandr A. Bessolitsyn
All-Russian electrotechnical congresses and the problem of establishing of the special electrotechnical education in Russia at the beginning of the XX century

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 224-238.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.224CrossRef

The author of the article performs the analysis of the discussion which took place at All-Russian electrotechnical congresses at the edge of XIX-XX centuries with respect to the problem of establishing a special electrotechnical education of different levels, as well an attempt to open a high social electrotechnical school in Moscow constructed taking into account the best European experience.

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12. Oksana V. Ishchenko
State educational reform in Russia: Pro and contra (P. N. Ignatiev’s reform in the mirror of public opinion)

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 239-250.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.239CrossRef

The article discusses the main directions of the public education’s reform taken by Minister of education P. N. Ignatiev in 1915-1916. Analyzed assessment of reforms, reflected in the pages of periodicals, in educational institutions and memories of the P. N. Ignatiev. In the article were used the materials of Siberian archives and periodicals, because they allow to reveal specifics of the public opinion prevailing in regard to educational reform not only in the European part of the Russian Empire, but also on its distant outskirts.

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13. Aleksandr A. Litvin, Albina R. Akhmetova
«The new teacher» and«the new rule» in the context of the Bolshevik project of «cultural revolution»

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 251-261.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.251CrossRef

The paper analyses the issues related to the implementation of the state policy in the field of public education in the 1920s. It also considers the problems of incorporation of the teaching corps in the state educational system, those of social adaptation of teaching and cultural socialization of students within the class-politicized system of Soviet education in Tatarstan. We reveal the ideological and practical problems associated with the transition from pre-revolutionary school to Soviet one. We have addressed to new archival materials from the funds of municipal and cantonal departments of public education of the Republic of Tatarstan, which allow us to show the action of the Tatarstan leadership in the process of formation of new teaching staff.

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14. Nadezhda G. Valeeva
Formation of library education in the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in the 1930-s

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 262-274.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.262CrossRef

Formation of library education in the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in 1930-s was investigated on the example of the opening and functioning of Yelabuga’s library college in the context of historical events in the cultural and educational sector. This fact has strengthened the scientific value of the article, its results and conclusions. Due attention is given by the author to the peculiarities and difficulties in the educational process, staffing and acquisition of educational groups.

URL: http://ejournal18.com/journals_n/1450805813.pdf
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15. Elena Yu. Bobkova
Historical studies of political indoctrination of the military during the Great Patriotic war in the soviet historical science (historiographical review)

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 275-288.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.275CrossRef

This article deals with the results of historiographical research reflecting problems of political indoctrination of the military in the set of historical and historiographical sources of the Great Patriotic War. Categorial essence of the definition "political indoctrination", that lost its significance at the end of the twentieth century, is gradually revived in modern scientific researches. Though this definition has multi aspect usage today, it is more indicative for the post-Soviet investigations, while in the Soviet-era its synonyms were more often used. At the end of the twentieth - in the first decade of the twenty first century the definition "political indoctrination" was almost not used in regard to the current educational processes. It was replaced with more extended category "patriotic education". Since 2014 the term "political indoctrination" has begun increasingly being used in mass media and also in scientific researches. Organizational and political changes of the ideological development vector in our country, that are clear seen in all the fields of social development in Russia in the second decade of the twenty first century, necessitate transformation processes in the field of historiographical investigations devoted to the military history. Especially it concerns accumulation and analysis of historiographical knowledge for formation and development of ideology quality during military personnel training. The era of methodological pluralism in historiographical investigations starting since the past century, in combination with the structural changes of the global information space , demand searching new models and approaches to the history studies, both on the main theoretical and methodological level, and on the level of specific historiographical problems investigations.

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16. Yelizaveta V. Yakovenko-Glushenkova
Future French Language Teachers’ Professional Competence in Dialogue Speech: characteristic of steps at the first year of studies

Zhurnal ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 4, pp. 289-295.
DOI: 10.13187/zhmnp.2015.6.289CrossRef

The article deals with future French language teachers’ professional competence in dialogue speech at the first year of studies. Theoretical and empirical methods were used to characterize this process. Two steps of training are distinguished – receptive and reproductive. They are described within phases of teaching to speak (pre-speaking, whilespeaking, post-speaking). Receptive step aims to make students speak French and become aware of purpose of teacher’s actions at every phase of teaching dialogue speech. Reproductive step aims to imitate teacher’s actions by students at pre-speaking, whilespeaking, post-speaking phases of teaching dialogue speech. Future French language teachers’ skills (speech and communicative) previewed to be developed at the first year of studies are described within pre-speaking, whilespeaking, post-speaking phases at every step. Levels previewed to be achieved in the end of every step are defined and their features are described.

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