Umirbek Seidalievich Dzhusupov, Akmaral Issayeva


The system of education in rural schools of the Republic of Kazakhstan after the collapse of the Soviet Union has experienced serious difficulties with the material support of educational process, due to the reorientation of the spiritual values of any problems with the education of students. The article describes the author's experience in creating models of organization of educational work in one of the rural schools of the South Kazakhstan region in 1988-2005 years, which later became a model for replication in many schools of the republic. The educational activities have been used as elements of Kazakh ethno-pedagogics and psychology with the involvement of the local population, as well as moments of vocational guidance on the basis of existing enterprises.


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