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The concept of the formation of readiness for professional activity is based on an alternative to the existing paradigm of professional training of a psychologist, the idea of ​​subjectively active professionalization of a future educational psychologist through his early immersion and subjective involvement in the system and conditions of profile and professional education in the chosen direction.

2. The stages, mechanisms and conditions for the formation of readiness are determined by the content of professional activity, the structure, components and neoplasms of readiness, tasks of the pre-labor period of professionalization, the totality of which is implemented in the psychological and pedagogical model of a system-continuous formation of readiness of a future educational psychologist.

3. The formation of readiness for professional activity consists in the phased development of its successive neoplasms in the form of a willingness to choose a psychology profession and a readiness for educational and professional activities to master it at the pre-university stage of professionalization, readiness to carry out the professional activity of an educational psychologist at the university stage of professionalization.

4. The basic mechanism for the formation of readiness for professional activity consists in the heterochronous development of its components: the motivational and orientational components of readiness are laid at the stage of professional self-determination; the operational component develops at the stage of professional training; the personal component is subject to development based on the characteristics of the chosen activity, during both stages of professionalization.

5. The partial mechanisms of readiness formation at the pre-university stage are the congruence of the image of the profession, the image of yourself and the image of your professional future, reflection of ideas about educational and professional activities at the university and the development of educational and cognitive actions necessary for productive educational and professional activities.

6. The partial mechanisms of readiness formation at the university stage are self-designing of an individual trajectory of professional development, as well as the transformation of student knowledge and skills into professional competencies based on exteriorization.

7. The stage-by-stage formation of successive neoplasms of readiness is ensured by observing the conditions and using methods corresponding to the selected mechanisms, which are taken into account in the totality of the developed psychological and pedagogical technologies for the implementation of the conceptual model at the pre-university and university stages: educational, developmental, psychodiagnostic, certification.

Testing and implementation of the main dissertation ideas and research results in practice was carried out in various forms:

1. In the educational process at the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology (FPP) MarGPI (until 2008) and MarSU (since 2008), as part of the author-led Center for Development and Education "Gavrosh" based on the FPP MarGPI (2002-2006 g.), as well as in the educational process of the profile stage of general education on the basis of the Baumansky Lyceum (former Education Center No. 18).
Yoshkar-Ola, at the psychological faculty of the Mari branch of MOSU (MF MOSU), at retraining and continuing education courses for teachers and psychologists at the Mari Institute of Education (IOI). The programs and technologies developed by the author are used in institutions of general and vocational education in Russia and the Republic of Tajikistan.

2. During the five-year scientific leadership of the complex research problem of the formation of the social ecology of modern childhood, carried out within the framework of the NI MARGPI and registered in the All-Russian Scientific and Technical Information Center (VNTIC, reg. No. 01.2001 19838), successfully completed in December 2005;

3. In research grants on social and educational topics supported by various foundations and organizations (grant of the Government of the Republic of Mari El for young scientists, 1998; group grant of the Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation, 1997; grant of the Junior Faculty Development Program Scholarship (JFDP) Fulbright programs, 2001; group grant of the II Fair-Forum of Social and Cultural Projects of the RME, 2004, etc.);

4. In reports at scientific and practical conferences of various levels:

? international (Washington, USA, 2002; Dushanbe, Tajikistan, 2007; Astrakhan, 2008; Kislovodsk, 2007, 2008; Moscow, 1998, 2003; Penza, 2007; Perm, 2006; Stavropol, 2006; Tambov, 2004, 2007),

? All-Russian (Moscow, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008; Yoshkar-Ola, 1994, 2006, 2008; Kazan, 2008; Penza, 1999; Slavyansk-on-Kubani, 2008; Chelyabinsk, 2005);

? regional (Yoshkar-Ola, 1995, 1997-1999, 2002, 2003, 2006; Kursk, 2009; Cheboksary, 2006);

5. In the course of discussions at meetings of specialized departments, methodological seminars of MarGPI, MarSU, MF MOSU, MPGU;

6. In the author's scientific publications: out of 100 works in 74 years (more than 70 pp), dissertation ideas are reflected, including in 2 monographs, a training manual, 10 educational and methodical works, 8 articles in scientific journals recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission, in 3 collective publications edited and attended by the author, in articles and abstracts.

The structure and scope of work. The work consists of introduction, four chapters, conclusion, list of references and applications. The main text is illustrated by 32 figures and graphs, 17 tables. The list of references contains 533 names, of which 20 are in a foreign language.
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