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The use of pedagogical technology of information compression for the legal training of future artists of traditional arts and crafts at the level of secondary vocational education

Modern Technologies of Personnel Training , UDC: 377.3:75 DOI: 10.25688/2782-6597.2023.6.2.3


  • Erakina Elena Alexandrovna


The article concludes that it is expedient to use information compression technology and the creative potential of art college students in the educational process. The main idea is that it is quite difficult not only for students of secondary vocational education, but also for teachers to work with a large amount of information that is included in the legal training program. To study the state cultural policy in the field of folk arts and crafts, the formats of interaction of state authorities in the development of the sphere of traditional arts and crafts and its subjects, as well as other issues affecting, including the legal component, it is possible to effectively use models of information presentation in a compressed form (the model is a reference summary). The article discusses practical examples of the preparation of students of the Higher School of Folk Arts (Academy) at the level of secondary vocational education, involving them in the active study and application of new forms and methods to support the professional development of young people, to discuss the possibilities of legal upport for the development of the field of technical education both at the state level and at the level of civil society. The purpose of the article is to find new approaches to improving the effectiveness of legal training of specialists in the field of traditional arts and crafts at the level of secondary vocational education through the use of pedagogical technology of information compression. Methodology and methods. Interpretive methods in the context of the study of legal information allowed us to consider both the theoretical and practical components of the organization of the educational process. They include the following methods: causal (explanation of causal relationships), systemic, genetic, structural. These methods were used both for processing and analyzing the legal information studied by students, and for processing the facts obtained as a result of the study, as well as for formulating conclusions and conclusions based on them. The main results. It is revealed that the use of information compression technology makes it possible to solve the problem of overloading the course of legal training with textual information through its visualization and systematization. This approach makes it possible to form students’ legal literacy, to achieve students’ understanding of the material being studied, and to use the creative abilities of future artists of traditional art crafts. The scientific novelty of our research consists in substantiating the effectiveness of the interpretative approach and the pedagogical technology of information compression for the organization of the educational process aimed at ensuring the right professional activity of future artists of traditional crafts. The practical significance lies in the fact that the article offers a working scheme for organizing practical classes with students when working with large volumes of right-wing information. The presented work can be used in the preparation of future artists of traditional crafts at the level of secondary and higher professional education.

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Erakina, E. A. (2023). The use of pedagogical technology of information compression for the legal training of future artists of traditional arts and crafts at the level of secondary vocational education Bulletin of the Moscow City Pedagogical University. Series "Pedagogy and Psychology", 2023, №3 (7), 23. https://doi.org/10.25688/2782-6597.2023.6.2.3
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