Author (s): Tretiak O. S., Chebonenko S. O., Moshta I. M.

Work place:

Tretiak O. S.,

Doctor of Sciences (Pedagogy), Professor,

Professor of the Department of Pedagogy, Psychology

and Methodology of Technological Education,

Shevchenko, Chernihiv National University, «Chernihiv Coiiegium», Chernihiv, Ukraine;

ORCID: 0000-0001-6124-2597


Chebonenko S. O.,

PhD in Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Pro-rector,

Academy of the State Penitentiary Service, Chernihiv, Ukraine

ORCID: 0000-0002-5049-6556


Moshta I. M.,

Phd in Pedagogy,

Academic Secretary,

Academy of the State Penitentiary Service, Chernihiv, Ukraine

ORCID: 0000-0003-4425-4785

Language: Ukrainian

Scientific Herald of Sivershchyna. Series: Education. Social and Behavioural Sciences 2021. № 1 (6): 133–147


Pedagogical conditions of motivation formation for the development of communicative competence of future specialists in socionomic professions during seminars and practical classes online and offline using interactive methods are defined in the article.

The purpose of the article is to substantiate the pedagogical conditions that allow to form future specialists’competences who get higher education in the specialty 081 “Law” at the first (bachelor’s) level, motivation for the development of their communicative competence in the process of studying psychological disciplines.

Methodology of the article. The disclosure of the theoretical foundations of pedagogical conditions in order to form communicative competence of future specialists of socionomic professions is based on the analysis of interactive methods and technologies used in the educational process. Theoretical and methodological basis of the article consists of didactic principles and teaching theories, as well as a system of interactive methods and tools that ensure the development of communicative abilities of future professionals in socionomic professions.

Results. Substantiation of pedagogical conditions for communicative competence formation of future specialists of socionomic professions at different stages of education in a higher educational institution: adaptation, formation, primary professionalization. To this end, the analysis of publications of both domestic and foreign scholars on the subject, which identified pedagogical conditions necessary for the development of basic communication skills, mastering the technique of interpersonal interaction, forming an individual style of communication by using verbal and nonverbal means, develop the ability to self-presentation.

Practical significance of the results is determined by the development of recommendations for teachers who create pedagogical conditions for forming communicative competence of future specialists in socionomic professions to master psychological technique of persuasion and suggestion, individual communication style, ability to resist manipulation, ability to express empathy as an emotional response.

Substantiated pedagogical conditions for forming communicative competence of future specialists in socionomic professions must be taken into account in the educational process that will ensure their willingness to cooperate, generalize, analyze and perceive information, the ability to present the ideas logically and reasonably.

Value (originality). The originality of the research reveals itself in the fact that it combines different approaches to creating pedagogical conditions for forming communicative competence of future specialists in socionomic professions, in the process of their education in higher educational institution both online and offline.

Key words: future specialists, socionomic professions, communicative competence, pedagogical conditions, stages of training, independent study, methods, technologies.


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