ISSN 2409-7616

R. Nasibullin



Rustem R. Nasibullin – Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Sociology and Social Technologies of the Federal State Educational Establishment of Higher Education “Ufa State Aviation Technical University”, Ufa, Russian Federation, ORCID: 0000-0002-2385-7811, E-mail:

Abstract. It is considered that one of the main elements of the educational process at the university is seminars, the task of which is not only the assimilation of new knowledge, but also the formation of systematic, coherent thinking for students, which is necessary not only for understanding sociological science. Logically consistent thinking, in turn, implies the formation of the skills of reasoned substantiation of their judgments. However, educational reforms have led to a reduction in the number of hours, which objectively aggravates the contradiction between the increased requirements for organizing seminars, on the one hand, and the catastrophic reduction of the time allotted for classes, on the other. Under these conditions, the responsibility of the results of the well-intentioned reformers, which is in a stressful situation related to the need to constantly search for new ways to manage time, control every minute of the allotted time, falls on the shoulders of a particular teacher. The article outlines some methodological aspects of saving time while ensuring the appropriate quality of conducting seminars at a technical university, including the “Sociology” academic discipline, under conditions of a critical level of limited academic time.

Keywords: seminar, methodology, teacher, student, training system, educational technology, time management.



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Nasibullin R.R. Seminar on sociology in the notions of university didactics and time management.  CITISE, 2019, no. 4, pp. 120-127. DOI: