Designing Innovative Model of Education Content Based on Traditional Values of Folk Culture in Context of Interaction of General and Additional Education

Original article

DOI: 10.15293/1812-9463.23.03.05


Vladimir I. Baituganov

Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, Novosibirsk, Russia

Abstract. The relevance of this article is determined by the tasks of preserving the values of folk culture as source of social transformations in our society for its stable functioning and development. The aim of the work is to substantiate the innovative model of the content of education – the School of Folk Culture as value model in the interaction of general and additional education. The article identifies the organizational and pedagogical conditions for the education content based on the values of folk culture, including the structure, curricula and programs, subjects and subject cycles for different levels of both school and additional education, including their interaction. Groups of folk culture values are revealed: family, labor and public service. The concept of education content in folk culture has been clarified, and the didactic factors of folk culture included in the structure of the education content model have been determined. The constituent components of the fundamental core of the ethno-cultural educational standard for the Schools of Folk Culture have been developed.

Keywordseducation content, school education levels, traditional values of folk culture, orientation values, innovative model of education content, interaction of general and additional education institutions, School of Folk Culture, ethnocultural educational standard.

For Citation: Baituganov V. I. Designing Innovative Model of Education Content Based on Traditional Values of Folk Culture in Context of Interaction of General and Additional Education. Journal of Pedagogical Innovations, 2023, no. 3 (71), pp. 56–66. (In Russ.) DOI:



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