Psychosemantic analysis of the attitude to waldorf pedagogy of the parents of the experimental educational institution

  • Tatyana A. Borodulkina Zaporozhye National Technical University
Keywords: psychosemantics, psychosemantic analysis, attitude, Waldorf Pedagogy, Waldorf School, the parents of the experimental educational institution

Abstract

The results of psychosemantic analysis of the attitude to Waldorf pedagogy of parents of the experimental educational institution are represented in the article. The results of the study showed that at the initial stage of experimental-research work the parents of the experimental educational institution as the important participants of the experiment have the vague and abstract representation about it. The author considers as an important aspect of the successful implementation of Waldorf education in secondary schools of Ukraine the educational work with parents based on work with their relevant meanings and perceptions of Waldorf education. The periodic monitoring of parents’ attitude to Waldorf education in experimental institution will help it.

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Author Biography

Tatyana A. Borodulkina, Zaporozhye National Technical University

Candidate of sciences (Psychology), associate professor, Assistant professor
of the Department of Psychology,
Zaporozhye National Technical University,
64 Zhukovsky Str., Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine, 69063
borodulkina.tatyana@gmail.com

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2017-11-16
How to Cite
Borodulkina, T. A. (2017). Psychosemantic analysis of the attitude to waldorf pedagogy of the parents of the experimental educational institution. PSYCHOLINGUISTICS, (21(1), 41-64. Retrieved from https://psycholing-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/40