The Ministry of education will create a psychological portrait of a child

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The Ministry of education of the Russian Federation on the results of scientific research will create a psychological portrait of a modern child, which will help to build the most effective process of training and education, told reporters in Khabarovsk, the Deputy Minister of education of the Russian Federation Tatyana sinugina.

Sinugina Friday holds in Khabarovsk the meeting with the regions of DFO to discuss the implementation of the Federal state educational standard of General education.

«For a long time we had no studies about what a kid today, what needs, what problems, what needs to be done on the basis of available scientific understanding, practices that impact the education of this child was the most effective. Therefore, one of the main directions of the next period in the framework of the national project, and all activities of the Ministry — this will work with the Russian Academy of education long-term longitudinal studies that are associated with the physiology of childhood and adolescence, the psychological portrait of the pupil and children with disabilities and disabilities,» said sinugina.

According to her, this complex of scientific research in the Russian education system has always been, on the basis of created methodology, methodology, the support of the educational process.

«These portraits will be given in order for us to understand how we need to build a method of teaching the subjects should change the content of education. A teacher already receives in the form of paper what it needs to do. And why should he do so, lies at the basis of scientific research and methodological developments. Training in universities without this is impossible, because it is a pedagogical science, and it should be based only on current scientific research,» — said the Deputy Minister.

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