СТАН ВИХОВАННЯ ОСНОВ КУЛЬТУРИ СПОЖИВАННЯ У ПРАКТИЦІ РОБОТИ ДОШКІЛЬНИХ ЗАКЛАДІВ ОСВІТИ
State of basics of consumption culture education in the practice of infant school.
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In modern society the state determines the priority role of pre-school education, giving preference to the primary component of lifelong learning, which should provide a versatile personality development of the child. Essential in modern conditions for the person becomes a teacher, his/her competence, erudition, culture. Culture of consumption is an important element of a developed society with a high level of economic development. Definitions issue requires a separate study to determine the content, methods and techniques of education culture consumption in preschool children. The main factor in a culture of individual consumption is a social group in which it is brought up, and socio-economic values that prevail in it. Consumer behavior of other members of the group which becomes a role model can have a stimulating character both positive (for example, the desire for rational consumption along with others) and in a negative sense (for example, the desire to outdo the other consumption). Therefore timely attention and positive example to others promotes adult education of the children value attitude to consumer goods, imparting them with the skills of literate consumer behavior. The author analyzes the level of awareness of the importance of training teachers of cultural consumption, meaning ways of forming during preschool childhood. The content of the diagnostic survey, quantitative and qualitative analysis of the survey of teachers of preschool institutions is presented. The analysis of government regulations and programs for training, education and development of children of preschool age outlines areas of work with teachers on their review of the methods and techniques of education of cultural consumption in preschool children. The analysis of the level of knowledge of practicing teachers on the problem of education of preschool age children’s culture of consumption showed the need for in-depth work on the designated direction. This is due to incomplete and insufficient understanding of the phenomenon of “consumer culture” and the features of education in preschool age.
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