Social Phenomena №3 (2015)

Social Phenomena -International Research Journal.2015. № 3.

Theme of the issue: Expectation and pedagogical process

CONTENTS

M. Nayanova Expectations as an Element of Educational Process

THE RESEARCH ON EXPECTATIONS: SOCIAL PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECTS

A. Nechaev Wishes and Expectations: a Social Philosophic View

A. Proskurina The Part of Social Institutions in the System of Expectations of Society for the Development of an Individual

M. Arpentieva Expectations and Games: Monologue and Dialogue Communication

Y. Chernoivanenko, M. Valiahmetova Social Expectations and Hope

I. Nechaev The Impact of Social Expectations upon Motivation in Expectancy-Value Model

SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS OF THE PARTICIPANTS OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

K. Rubie-Davies Enhancing Teacher Expectations to Increasing Student Achievement: an Intervention Study translated by Y. Chernoivanenko

A. Gudzovskaya On the Issue of Social Expectations of Educational Process Participants for Giftedness in Children

I. Popovich The Functions of the Individual’s Social Expectations in the Pedagogical Process

E. Bykova Transformation of the Social Expectations for Teachers: Crosscultural Analysis

O. Samartseva, A. Gudzovskaya The Types of Social Expectations of Parents for Educational Institutions (Results of Impirical Study)

M. Myshkina Psychology Students’ Beliefs about the Social Expectations of Secondary School Students and Teachers

T. Novozhilova Social Expectations in the Higher Education: Psycho-Pedagogical Aspect

T. Parfenova, T. Mikhailova Student’s Concept of an Ideal University Teacher: Comparative Analysis in Russia and Kazakhstan

V. Proknoda University Students and Teachers’ Concept of an Ideal University Teacher

S. Ivanova The Concept of Social Expectations of Educational Process Participants at Law Schools: The Unanimity and Differences

K. Sulima, V. Filippova Social Expectations of Prospective Psychology Teachers

THE RESEARCH ON EXPECTATIONS: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS

O. Bochkareva The Formation of Dialogical Attitude in the Participants of Educational Community

E. Pavlova Social Expectations as a Factor of Psychic Tension of Gifted Schoolchildren

N. Tkachenko Assessment Dependence as a Possible Consequence of Social Expectations

D. Lvov Certainty Deprived Social Expectations as a Cause of Abuse in Interpersonal Communication

S. Zorina, Y. Mikhaylenko The Influence of a Baby-Type Face on a Social Evaluation and Attribution