Conceptual foundations for the formation of social competence of high school students

Proceedings of ‏The 11th International Conference on Humanities, Psychology and Social Sciences

Year: 2020

DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.33422/11th.hpsconf.2020.12.95

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Conceptual foundations for the formation of social competence of high school students

Bushnaya Natallia

 

ABSTRACT: 

The ability or inability of high school students to cope with a variety of social problems and to realize themselves in the society due to their solution indicates availability or lack of social competence. The article presents the essence, framework, functions and conceptual regulations of the formation of social competence of high school students. Social competence of high school students is presented as an integrative characteristic of high school students and acts as the result of education. Three components form the framework of social competence of high school students: motivational and valued, cognitive and operational. The formation of social competence of high students is realized in the school educational space by means of solving social tasks of individual-personal, public, life-futurological content. The conceptual regulations of the formation of social competence of high school students are presented by values, patterns, principles and norms. Practical significance of the proposed conceptual foundations lies in the fact that it provides an increase in the high school student’s subjectivity in the course of formation of social competence by means of identifying his position, self-development and self-realization in school educational space solving social tasks lying in the field of social significance, personal orientation and life prospects.

Keywords: social competence, social problems of personal, public and life-futurological content.