ISSN 2409-7616

Bykov A.K.



UDC 378.126

Bykov A.K.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) – E-mail:

1Military University named after Prince Alexander Nevsky of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Abstract. The article substantiates the systematic approach as one of the leading general scientific approaches, actively used in pedagogical theory, including in the theory of education. Various points of view of scientists to the interpretation of the concept of “educational system” as a derivative of the concept of a systematic approach in education are presented. The theoretical analysis of the education of cadets of a military university has shown that it is primarily a system, since it has all the signs of socio-pedagogical system formations. The author defines the educational system of a military university, cadet unit as a complex of interrelated and interdependent components (subsystems) developing in time and space: target, subject-object, content, technological, evaluative-effective, relational, environmental, managerial, forming and providing a single, continuous and continuous process of formation and development of socially significant personal and professional qualities among cadets, cohesion of cadet unit collectives. A descriptive characteristic of each of the components presented above is presented. The article substantiates the position that the creative heritage of A.S. Makarenko is largely applicable in the development of educational systems of military universities, the cohesion of cadet units. The ideas and principles formulated and implemented by him can be taken into account when designing the selected components of the educational system of a military university, cadet collectives. Of particular importance is the provision that specially organized educational activities, the integrity and consistency of the pedagogical process based on the integrated integration of the efforts of managers, the team and its members are necessary for the cohesion of the team.

Keywords: education, military university, cadet, cadet team, military team cohesion, systematic approach, educational system, A.S. Makarenko, concept of education of military personnel.


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Bykov A.K. A systematic approach to the education of cadets of military universities and the consolidation of their teams. CITISE, 2022, no. 1, pp.266-277. DOI: