Formation of Legal Competence of Future Bachelors of Psychological and Pedagogical Education

Roman Sergeevich Nagovitsyn, Elena Aleksandrovna Berezhnykh, Alexey Emilievich Popovic, Oleg Vladimirovich Srebrodolsky

Abstract


This article presents the author’s vision of the content and technology of forming the legal competence of future teachers and psychologists, which includes six synergistically interrelated competencies: legislative, regulatory, ethical, social, informational and psychological. The purpose of the study: to develop didactic games for students - future bachelors of psychological and pedagogical education and experimentally prove the effectiveness of their implementation in extracurricular activities to form their legal competence. Based on the analysis of various educational technologies for the formation of students' legal competencies, a special set of didactic games has been identified and systematized. The scientific novelty of the author’s research lies in the originality of the approach to the independent implementation by students of didactic games in extracurricular activities on the basis of the student scientific community. The research results are statistically proven (p<0.05) through an increase in the level of formation of legal competence in students of psychological and pedagogical sphere.

Keywords


legal competence, didactic games, pedagogical and psychological education, students

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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