St.-Petersburg University sociological school
on the question of sociologist’s professional competences formation


Lomonosova M.V.

Cand. Sci. (Sociol.), Associate Prof., Department for Theory and History of Sociology, Scientific Secretary of the Maxim Kovalevsky’ Sociological Society, St.-Petersburg State University, St.-Petersburg, Russia mn.lomonosova@spbu.ru

Bogomiagkova E.S.

Сand. Sci. (Sociol.), Senior lecturer of the Chair of Theory and History of Sociology, St.- Petersburg State University, St.-Petersburg, Russia e.bogomyagkova@spbu.ru

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Lomonosova M.V., Bogomiagkova E.S. St.-Petersburg University sociological school: on the question of sociologist’s professional competences formation. Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya [Sociological Studies]. 2017. No 2. P. 154-156




Abstract

The article summarizes the main results of work during last six years and outlines main prospects for further activities of the innovative educational project “Sociological School of St.-Petersburg University”. Formation of professional competences is an important issue for the modern educational system, but it is not always possible within the traditional forms of learning. The interactive nature of the classes in the Sociological School of St.-Petersburg University, as well as the inclusion of the “empirical phase” in the program of the event create conditions for the development of the participants’ competences related to the study and solution of urgent social problems, planning and carrying out independent empirical research. Development of the skills of conducting historical and archival research deserves special attention. Sociological School of St.-Petersburg University allows to integrate modern scientific research into the educational process, becomes an area of sociological community reproducing and the inclusion of young professionals into it.


Keywords
Sociological School of St.-Petersburg University; innovative educational project; professional competences; methods of sociology; archival research
Content No 2, 2017