Innovation in Education: Tools and Technologies
Anatolii Gennadievich Maklakov1, Sergey Vasilievich Marikhin2, Lev Victorovich Shabanov3, Irina Borisovna Gaivoronskaia4, Alexey Anatolyevich Dyachkov5
1Anatolii Gennadievich Maklakov*, Pushkin Leningrad State University, Pushkin, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
2Sergey Vasilievich Marikhin, Pushkin Leningrad State University, Pushkin, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
3Lev Victorovich Shabanov, St. Petersburg Military Institute of National Guard of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
4Irina Borisovna Gaivoronskaia, Pushkin Leningrad State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
5Alexey Anatolyevich Dyachkov, St. Petersburg Military Institute of National Guard of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Manuscript received on October 13, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 1834-1835 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A4710119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A4710.119119
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Abstract: The article presents a summary of the analytical research into the development of individual cognitive maps among two categories of students — students of civil and military higher education institutions. The purpose of the research was to study the vision of their own career prospects after graduation from the university. The researchers focused on the behavioral reactions and self-evaluation patterns reflected in individual cognitive maps of reality, the socio-psychological analysis of which was tested with the methodology developed by G.N. Malyuchenko and V.M. Smirnova. It has been established that the “chaotic” model is dominant among students of civil higher education institutions, while the “organismic” model is more typical of military students. It has been found that individual cognitive maps are largely dependent on the self-evaluation of a particular individual, which indicates the possibility of correction of the relationship between individual world view and personal self-evaluation. Cognitive maps and mindsets can become more productive, whereas latent or potential needs for self-fulfillment are likely to transform into active aspirations for self-study and forming an image of the future.
Keywords: Cognitive Maps, Individual Models of the World, Patterns, Personal Development, Self-Evaluation.
Scope of the Article: Smart Learning and Innovative Education Systems