• S. A. KRYLOVA National Pedagogical Dragomanov University


true and formal social partnership, teacher-student relationship, educational strategies, gender construction, androgynous-integral strategies


The article analyzes the phenomenon of social partnership in its broad sense. True and formal social partnerships, which correlate with beauty and selfishness in relationships, have been considered. So, true social partnership involves the beauty of relationships between individuals and social groups. Formal relationships imply the use of manipulation that, in the form of populism, covers individual and group selfishness. In this paper, we propose the idea that the beauty of relationships in the educational space is based on the formation of a new methodology, the basis of which are the principles of tolerance and synthesis, which are specified by understanding the essence of the global world.

The beauty of relationships between a teacher and a student has been realized as a recondition and a kind of social partnership. There are several principles of communication between a teacher and a student that we would like to consider. The first one is unfruitful, when a student repeats the ideas of a teacher without developing or completing them with his/her creative findings.

The second principle appears to be the opposite of the first one and it is also unfruitful because a student completely rejects the teacher's approach, forgetting about his/her ideas and personality. The third approach rises above the limitations of the first two and entails the beauty of relationships - a student is developing the ideas of a teacher and complementing them with new ideas and concepts.

Gender strategies in education have been considered: masculine-subordinate, feminine-coordinate, androgynous-integral. The first two are evaluated as unfruitful, whereas the third one is seen as fruitful, which becomes the basis for constructing the beauty in the relationship between a teacher and a student.


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