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Pages: 4159-4168
Publication year: 2014
ISBN: 978-84-617-2484-0
ISSN: 2340-1095

Conference name: 7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 17-19 November, 2014
Location: Seville, Spain

NEW PARADIGMS OF MODERN EDUCATION: DIFFERENT APPROACHES AND CHALLENGES

K. Chilingaryan, R. Gorbatenko

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
Education is not independent from society changes. If correctly administered, it can affect radical economic and social progress. A person being engaged in public manufacturing industries has to be in line with modern social and economic development of the country. Thus economic and industrial progress of the society greatly depends on the standard of education. The higher education standard - the better the social and professional structure of the society. The system of education shapes individuals, influences public life, shares scientific knowledge and thus, adapts it to the mass consciousness. Education has cultural functions, through which it impacts spiritual life of the society that is accumulated in the national culture and is carried via education.

Education is a cultural phenomenon and in a cultural environment a person co-opts not only nowadays but also the past of his/her ancestors. Culture is a set of outcomes and processes of any social activity of people. Unlike the nature, which is a mere set of external conditions of existence, independent from a human, culture governs the behaviour of people, and cultural values are created and accumulated on the basis of selection of certain types of behaviour and experience of people. The cultural environment is also necessary for his/her "spiritual sedentariness", for his/her attachment to their homeland, for their moral self-discipline and socialization.

The basic principles of humanistic organization of the education system are "cultural capacity" and "cultural congruence". "Cultural capacityā€¯ expresses the relationship between education and the established traditional attitudes and values. "Cultural congruence" reflects the degree of saturation of the content of education with cultural values and information.
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K. Chilingaryan, R. Gorbatenko (2014) NEW PARADIGMS OF MODERN EDUCATION: DIFFERENT APPROACHES AND CHALLENGES, ICERI2014 Proceedings, pp. 4159-4168.
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