La educación escolar en el norte de Yakutia (Rusia) en el contexto de un enfoque indígena

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v11i1.566

Palabras clave:

Yakutia; República de Sakha; Educación escolar; Regionalización; Etnocultural; Etnopedagogización; Pueblos indígenas de Rusia.

Resumen

La relevancia de esta investigación está determinada por la modernización y regionalización del sistema educativo en el contexto de los requisitos de los nuevos Estándares Educativos del Estado Federal (FSES), y teniendo en cuenta las particularidades de la educación escolar en el norte de la República de Sakha (Yakutia) basado en un enfoque indígena. El propósito del estudio es la organización variable de la educación escolar en el Norte, teniendo en cuenta la forma de vida y actividad tradicional específica de los pueblos indígenas del Norte. Los enfoques rectores de la investigación son socioculturales, etnopedagógicos y activos en términos del carácter local aplicado del estudio. Los autores del presente estudio revelan las características y problemas de la organización de la educación escolar, y las formas de su implementación variable de acuerdo a los requerimientos del FSES en las condiciones específicas del Norte. Métodos de búsqueda. El método rector del estudio es un experimento pedagógico, un análisis de la educación escolar en el norte en el contexto de un enfoque indígena y la implementación del programa “Somos niños de la tierra de Olonkho”. Los autores evidencian la necesidad de ampliar las funciones sociales de las escuelas rurales del Norte en términos de desarrollo de centros sociopedagógicos en los lugares de residencia compacta de los pueblos indígenas.

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Publicado

2020-11-16

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Neustroev, N. D. ., Neustroeva, A. N., Shergina, T. A., Kozhurova, A. A. ., & Osipova, S. I. (2020). La educación escolar en el norte de Yakutia (Rusia) en el contexto de un enfoque indígena. Apuntes Universitarios, 11(1), 187 - 207. https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v11i1.566