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SRP. 2020; 11(12): 1354-1357


SOCIO-PROFESSIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION OF HIGH SCHOOLS AS A PEDAGOGICAL PHENOMENON

Sergushina Elena Sergeevna, Lomshin Mikhail Ivanovich.

Abstract
The author of this article reveals the content of the concepts of "self-determination", "professional self-determination", "social and professional self-determination" among senior pupils. Concludes about the need for the formation of social and professional self-determination of high school students, taking into account the professional orientation and professional self-awareness of senior students.

Key words: self-determination, professional self-determination, social and professional self-determination, high school students.



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