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PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CONCEPTIONS OF PEDAGOGICAL TECHNOLOGIES WITHIN THE EDUCATIONAL SPACE OF CHINA AND RUSSIA
Lazareva L.P.
Zhang Chunyu



        Larisa Petrovna Lazareva is Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor of Psychology Chair at Far Eastern State Transportation University (Khabarovsk).

E-mail: rap@festu.khv.ru


        Zhang Chunyu is Postgraduate student of Psychology Chair at Far Eastern State Transportation University (Khabarovsk).

E-mail: omppfestu@gmail.com


Annotation

The article considers psychological nuances of the conceptual underpinnings of pedagogical technologies as means of moderni-zation of the educational process in higher school. Conceptual methods of education typical of both Russia and China are compared. The given research is focused on the pedagogical technology's stimulating potential which has diverse realization in educational systems of different nations. Similar to the ethno-cultural conceptual implication, pedagogical technology in different national educational systems is given a specific role in the process of education. This role results from an explicit interpretation of its structural state and functional purpose. Simultaneously, because of the growing need for integration of international educational space, teachers of neighboring countries cannot but to take into consideration the necessity of striving for consensus while searching for common means of educational process modernization in order to train highly-qualified professionals.

        Key words: pedagogical technologies, traditional and contemporary pedagogical technologies, material (materialized) forms of technologies, non-material (intellectual) forms of technologies, national context of the concept of "educational technology", unity of goals for technology use.


 
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