Heading: INNOVATION TECHNOLOGIES ÀT HIGHER SCHOOL
Pages: 64-70
Codes: DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2017-9-2-64-70 ÓÄÊ 371.134: 378.147 ÁÁÊ 74.480.26
Title: ORGANIZATIONAL AND ACTIVE MILITARY-PATRIOTIC GAMES AS TRANSFORMING EDUCATIONAL FORM OF UPBRINGING OF MODERN YOUTH
Authors: Moiseeva L.V., Milovanova I.G., Udilova I.Ya.
Abstract: The article describes the organizational and active games as a transformative educational form of education, used in the formation of patriotism among the youth of today. The process of compatibility of upbringing, education and play is analyzed. An assumption is made about the transformative influence of organizational and active games, organized in the framework of military-patriotic education, on the psychological, value and behavioral attitudes of the individual. Theoretical aspects of the preparation and implementation of organizational and active games are revealed. On the example of the military-patriotic campaign «Remember the feat of the Urals» a concrete experience of the organizational and active games is presented.
Keywords: Organizationally-oriented game, spatial design, methodology that transforms an educational form, historical reconstruction, formation of patriotism; military-patriotic events.
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