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2013, ¹ 3

Tararak N. H. Values-based Pedagogical Interaction of the Educational Process Participants in Ukrainian Higher School

Tararak N. H., Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, H. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University

The article analyzes the works of outstanding modern educators and examines the ways, forms, and means of values-based pedagogical interaction among the participants of the educational process in the higher school. The author exposes the challenges for the professional development of students, their adaptation to the international cultural values.
The author reveals the concept of „values-based pedagogical interaction” in the context of axiological educational paradigm, which contributes to the development of personal potential, organization of value orientation activities of the participants of the educational process during their interactions.
Today, the society, particularly the system of higher education, is aimed to find adequate ways to ensure the humanization and humanistic knowledge. Humanization is seen as a key element of the new pedagogical thinking, which is focused on the person and his/her understanding of the activity.
Special attention is paid to the role of art in the process of learning. Pedagogy and art appear as interdependent „two sides of the same coin”, being an integrated unity.

Key words: value, value orientation, student, axiological paradigm, pedagogical interaction, art.


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