Development of students’ social intelligence in higher education institutions

  • A. V. Kolesnikov Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia - Russia
  • A.A Votinov Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia - Russia
  • Ia. V Poliakova Donetsk Pedagogical Institute - Russia
  • E. P. Komarovskaya Voronezh State University - Russia
  • G.P. Zhirkova Centre for Social and Humanitarian Knowledge - Russia
  • M.V. Vekkesser Lesosibirsk Pedagogical Institute, Siberian Federal University - Russia
  • M.A. Martynova Lesosibirsk Pedagogical Institute, Siberian Federal University - Russia
Keywords: social intelligence, teaching of foreign language, TRIZ pedagogy (Theory of Invention Problems Solving), language education.

Abstract

In contemporary society we observe rapid growth in the volume, density and complexity of communications, due to the key trends in the development of information technologies and their impact on society. In this regard, the importance of social and communication abilities, skills and knowledge associated with social interactions is significantly increasing. This process dictates the need for their development both within the educational system and beyond. In this context, the social intelligence as a fundamentally important parameter for the development of social interaction abilities and understanding in the social sphere is especially important. Analysis of modern studies in the field of social intelligence, the content and definition of this concept and the features of its development allow us to conclude that it is the most optimal way to develop social intelligence in the framework of language education in higher educational institutions. Social intelligence is an integrative concept and includes a wide variety of abilities, knowledge and skills. The importance and necessity of their development is not in doubt among psychologists and educators. Researchers offer various models for the structure of social intelligence and argue about the components of this concept.

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Author Biographies

A. V. Kolesnikov , Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia - Russia

Corresponding author.  Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Assistant Professor, Senior Researcher, Federal State Institution “Research Institute of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia”

A.A Votinov , Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia - Russia

Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor,  Colonel of Internal Service, Head of the Samara Law Institute of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia

Ia. V Poliakova, Donetsk Pedagogical Institute - Russia

Assistant Professor, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, PhD, Donetsk Pedagogical Institute

E. P. Komarovskaya, Voronezh State University - Russia

Doctor of History, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Voronezh State University, Professor of Education and Educational Psychology Department

G.P. Zhirkova , Centre for Social and Humanitarian Knowledge - Russia

Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Director of the Centre for Social and Humanitarian Knowledge

M.V. Vekkesser , Lesosibirsk Pedagogical Institute, Siberian Federal University - Russia

Candidate of Philology, Assistant Professor, Head of  the Philology and Language Communication Department, Lesosibirsk Pedagogical Institute, affiliate of Siberian Federal University

M.A. Martynova , Lesosibirsk Pedagogical Institute, Siberian Federal University - Russia

Senior Lecturer, Department of Developmental Psychology, Lesosibirsk Pedagogical Institute, affiliate of Siberian Federal University

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Published
2019-08-30
How to Cite
Kolesnikov , A. V., Votinov , A., Poliakova, I. V., Komarovskaya, E. P., Zhirkova , G., Vekkesser , M., & Martynova , M. (2019). Development of students’ social intelligence in higher education institutions. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(18), 175-180. Retrieved from http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/religacion/article/view/416