Personal resilience in the system of additional education of children as a pedagogical phenomenon


  • Vladislav Vinogradov
  • Olga Shatunova Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University
  • Julia Shakurova



personality, resilience, educational activity, adaptation, designing


The dynamism of modern society, bordering on unpredictability and manifesting itself against the background of increased social and environmental risks, stipulates the importance of building resilience in a person – the ability to effectively resist destructive environmental fluctuations. The purpose of the study is to comprehensively analyze resilience as an integral quality of a person. In accordance with the research hypothesis put forward, we developed a questionnaire consisting of 75 statements. The study sample consisted of 918 students and 85 teachers from seven educational institutions of additional education for children from three municipal districts of the Republic of Tatarstan. Correlation analysis (Pearson's linear correlation method) of the obtained results was carried out. Additional research methods were cluster analysis and peer review method. The study revealed internal relationships in the structure of resilience and external relationships. The ability to adequately meet and overcome adverse circumstances and challenges, while becoming stronger, appears to be an important meta-competence, and, at the same time, the target of education. The relationship of resilience with design abilities allows us to assert the possibility of actively using the design method in the educational process as a system-forming factor in the development of students' personal resilience and, as a result, increasing school resilience in general.


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