ISSN 2409-7616

Ivanov A.V.


UDC 37.01


Ivanov A.V.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –

1Moscow City Pedagogical University

Abstract. This article is devoted to the problems of interaction in the field of education between a teacher and a pupil, spiritual and moral education of adolescents and youth, the development of their spiritual qualities based on modern research in various fields of scientific knowledge. The purpose of the study is to reveal the interaction in the process of joint work while moving towards a common goal as a means of developing spiritual qualities that determine the state of human consciousness. Research objectives: to determine the relevance of the research; to identify the essence of the problem of interaction; to determine the modern technologies of interaction, the peculiarities of the development of spiritual qualities of a person in the process of educating a collective of cognitive orientation and the development of spiritual consciousness. Pedagogical interaction is considered by us as a process of direct or indirect influence of the teacher and students on each other, generating their mutual conditionality and connection, affecting the development of their qualities and abilities. The leading approaches to the study of this problem are philosophical and activity-based approaches that allow us to consider this issue in a synthesis. The study of the problem of interaction between a teacher and a student in a team in order to develop spiritual qualities on the basis of the above approaches will reveal one of the leading directions of modern education. The materials of the article are of practical value for researchers of problems of education, students, teachers of schools.

Keywords: interaction between participants of the educational process, pedagogical communication, collective of cognitive orientation, spiritual qualities, spiritual consciousness.


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For citation: Ivanov A.V. Interaction of the teacher and students as a means of developing their spiritual qualities. CITISE, 2023, no. 2, pp. 421-430. DOI: