ISSN 2409-7616

Starovoitova L.I., Suslova T.F.


UDC 37.01


Starovoitova L.I.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –, Suslova T.F.2 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –

1Russian National Research Medical University named after N.I. Pirogov

2State University of Education

Abstract. To implement the main tasks facing the system of education of the Russian Federation, the use of fundamentally new active forms of training and education, which allow the formation and development of a child as a citizen, the patriot of his country, becomes relevant and significant. One of these innovative forms is the inclusion of schoolchildren in socially significant activities. Socially significant activities are considered as the social potential of modern Russian society, contributing to the formation of civilian consciousness of all strata of society. It is a great way to improve human social skills, develop leadership and communicative qualities, find like -minded people, enrich yourself with new knowledge and social experience. The article analyzes the goals and objectives of the modern school, the concept of socially significant activities as a factor in the patriotic and spiritual and moral education of the young generation, identifies the main elements of socially significant activities, shows the features of choosing the forms and methods of organizing socially significant activities of schoolchildren, taking into account the age-related, individual characteristics of schoolchildren, and the methods as well as the requirements of the Federal State Educational Standard at different levels of general education. The process of socialization, social growing up the child is more effective if the voluntary and feasible inclusion of schoolchildren is provided in the solution of real social, environmental, cultural, economic and other problems of the family, school, village, district, city, regions, the republic, the Russian Federation as a whole.

Keywords: socially significant activity, socialization, patriotism, spiritual and moral education, the potential of the educational environment, the national educational ideal.


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For citation: Starovoitova L.I., Suslova T.F. The socially significant activity of students as a factor in the patriotic and spiritual and moral education. CITISE, 2023, no. 4, pp. 45-53. DOI: