GENERAL EDUCATION IN PHYSICS FOR ADULT CONVICTS IN CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Tomsk IPKR of the FPS of Russia (Tomsk, Russia), associate professor of the Department of service-combat and tactical-special training, candidate of pedagogical sciences
This article reflects the problem of modern education of young people aged 18 to 30 years who are in prison – the development of their cognitive interest, involvement in labor activity, the development of practice-oriented abilities, increasing interest in working specialties. The author analyzes this problem, identifies some areas of its solution based on the implementation of practical recommendations in the educational process, taking into account the interests and intelligence of students convicts.
The author attempts to consider ways to increase the cognitive interest of students of a General education organization operating within a penitentiary institution. It is noted that in the teaching of natural science disciplines (for example, the subject of physics) there are significant difficulties that lead to a number of problems, namely, the reluctance of students of different ages to study the subject, due to the lack of basic knowledge. Undoubtedly, the development of students ‘ interest in studying physics can become a basic stage in solving the problem of learning.
general education; interest in working professions; professional self-determination; practice-oriented abilities; students convicts.