Larysa Morozova


The article analyzes the general features of the implementation of collective and social learning of cadets of the National Guard of Ukraine, which allowed to determine the main aspects of achieving effective indicators of learning of military personnel. A study of the main forms of social learning is done that can be used to train cadets of the National Guard of Ukraine. This allows to identify the main types of activities to improve the social learning of cadets. The main types of cadets' activities are examined in the context of the main types of social learning activities. The features of the use of educational computer simulations for the learning of cadets of the National Guard of Ukraine are analyzed. The psychological conditions of storytelling for collective and social learning of cadets of the National Guard of Ukraine are studied, the accounting of which provides effective learning for the units of the National Guard of Ukraine. The main types of stories that can be used and successfully implemented in the framework of storytelling for collective and social learning of cadets of the National Guard of Ukraine are considered. Attention is focused on the need to use stories that establish a connection with the personal experience of the listener or contribute to the creation of clear visual images. These stories and vivid stories are more effective carriers of knowledge than the data given simply in the form of a list.


Storytelling; National Guard of Ukraine; collective learning; social learning; cadet

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