ISSN 2409-7616

Varzhavin A.A., Uvarina N.V.


UDC 37.013


Varzhavin A.A.1 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation) –; Uvarina N.V.2 (Chelyabinsk, Russian Federation) –

1Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University

2South Ural State Humanitarian and Pedagogical University

Abstract. Modernization of the education system gives rise to new technologies, forms, methods and approaches to work. Some components are updated and rebuilt to modern realities for further use and movement in the development vector. From the variety of approaches in teaching, we chose an approach that, in our opinion, receives insufficient attention. This approach is polysubjective. Within the framework of the article, the goal, objectives, and methodological basis of the study are set, a brief introduction is given with the relevance of the choice of approach, the contribution of researchers to the disclosure of the polysubjective approach is indicated, the conceptual and terminological field of this approach is indicated, the result is the role of the polysubjective approach in organizing the interaction of subjects of education. Each element of the conceptual and terminological field diagram is given a description through an analysis of sources. The diagram itself shows the interaction of generic and specific concepts necessary for constructing the conceptual and terminological field of the polysubject approach. The article describes the role of the multi-subject approach in the pedagogical field of activity and outlines its specificity, through the prism of research, and provides the organizational components of the approach. Based on the analysis of sources, polysubjects in the education system are identified in the sequence of basic (general) education, secondary vocational, and higher education. The result of the study is the role of the polysubject approach in organizing the interaction of subjects of education by describing polysubjects in the educational process and indicating the influence of the polysubject approach on them. The description provides the stages, forms and methods by which it is possible to organize the interaction of subjects within a particular polysubject. The conclusion outlines the impact of the study and its significance.

Keywords: polysubject, subject, polysubject interaction, approaches, educational process.


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For citation: Varzhavin A.A., Uvarina N.V. The role of the multi-subject approach in the organization of interaction of subjects of education. CITISE, 2024, no. 1, pp. 140-153. DOI: