ARPHA Proceedings 5: 1255-1270, doi: 10.3897/ap.5.e1255
Health-saving models and technologiesfor adolescents in the context of the pandemic
expand article infoVladimir N. Nikitin, Vadim Y. Sayakin, Natalia E. Matveeva, Dmitry A. Melnikov
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The article is devoted to the study of philosophical, psychological and pedagogical views on the content and forms of implementation of health-preserving models and technologies in working with adolescents in a pandemic. A systematic analysis of existing pedagogical views and approaches to the formation of value attitudes in children in an educational institution and the development of healthy lifestyle skills has been carried out. At the same time, the idea is proved that the existing methods and techniques of psychotherapy do not allow them to be used effectively enough to solve the problems of adaptation of young people to the conditions of a pandemic. Based on the psychological characteristics of adolescent consciousness, a different approach is needed, combining not directive, but creative forms of work. Understanding the importance of corporeality as a space of unity of the mental and physical in a person determines the strategies for the formation of mental abilities and skills adaptive to stressful situations. The authors conclude that the formation of adolescents' ability for sociobiological adaptation can be effective due to the development of imaginative thinking, the activity of which makes it possible to change the nature of the perception of oneself and the world in the direction of enhancing one's vitality, which is especially important in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
health-saving models and technologies, self-regulation techniques, coronavirus pandemic, transgression, corporeality, reflection, sensitivity, imagination