I. F Mingazov, T. A Yarkova, N. G Milovanova
2019 Vestnik Nizhnevartovskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta  
The object of the study is domestic education. The subjects of the study are models of domestic education. The purpose of the study is to identify the characteristics of domestic education models as one of the forms of a humanistic, personality-oriented approach to the education and upbringing of a child. The article presents the results of studying the organization of domestic education in international practice. The relevance of the study is due to the introduction of new forms of education,
more » ... aking into account the global educational trends. The article gives regulatory foundations for the introduction of domestic education in the Russian Federation, formulates the principles of its organization, and categorizes students educated in the family in the form of domestic education. Various models of domestic education are analysed, and the commonly used models are identified. The study also addresses possibilities of additional vocational education to enhance the competencies of parents who organize domestic education for their children, and discusses possible institutionalized and non-institutionalized forms of such additional professional education. The experience of creating a family school in a village in Tyumen region, Russia, is described. A review of international and Russian conferences on domestic education is given. The article points to the problems in the organization of domestic education, such as gaps in the legislative framework, lack of a well-functioning system of state and social support of domestic education, an insufficient amount of methodological literature on domestic education in the Russian language, lack of an organized system of communication between domestic schools, lack of methodological and informational support for the educational process in form of domestic education, inadequate use of resources for additional vocational training to prepare parents for giving domestic education.
doi:10.36906/2311-4444/19-4/15 fatcat:hbag3xv4cffvnpnw35jbyhav7q