Stalin and social reform through education

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5/07/ · Stalin condoned the more extensive regulation of education in order to shape the next younger generation of society, whom could be easily influenced, into the Communist way of thinking. This was seen most notably in , when Stalin brought the original Tsars Imperial Academy, or Soviets Academy of Sciences under direct state control forcing personnel to produce work only in line with . In , a rigid programme of discipline and education was introduced. Exams, banned under Lenin, were reintroduced. The way subjects were taught was laid down by the government – especially History where Stalin’s part in the Revolution and his relationship with Lenin was overplayed. Through applied research in interdisciplinary educational psychology, Vygotsky developed concepts such as the zone of proximal development, in which joint social activity and instruction “marches ahead of development and leads it; it must be aimed not so much at the ripe as the ripening functions.” 31 This view clashed with Piaget’s insistence on the necessity of passively waiting for a.

CAMBRIDGE A2 HISTORY: STALIN SOCIAL AIMS - EDUCATION, WOMEN'S RIGHTS …
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"A sense of hope and the possibility for solidarity"

Through applied research in interdisciplinary educational psychology, Vygotsky developed concepts such as the zone of proximal development, in which joint social activity and instruction “marches ahead of development and leads it; it must be aimed not so much at the ripe as the ripening functions.” 31 This view clashed with Piaget’s insistence on the necessity of passively waiting for a. 5/07/ · Stalin condoned the more extensive regulation of education in order to shape the next younger generation of society, whom could be easily influenced, into the Communist way of thinking. This was seen most notably in , when Stalin brought the original Tsars Imperial Academy, or Soviets Academy of Sciences under direct state control forcing personnel to produce work only in line with . Outside of school, children were expected to join youth organisations such as Pioneers for the 10 to 16 year olds. From 19 to 23 you were expected to join the Komsomol. Children were taught how to be good communists and an emphasis was placed on outdoor activities and loyalty to Stalin.

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In , a rigid programme of discipline and education was introduced. Exams, banned under Lenin, were reintroduced. The way subjects were taught was laid down by the government – especially History where Stalin’s part in the Revolution and his relationship with Lenin was overplayed. Through applied research in interdisciplinary educational psychology, Vygotsky developed concepts such as the zone of proximal development, in which joint social activity and instruction “marches ahead of development and leads it; it must be aimed not so much at the ripe as the ripening functions.” 31 This view clashed with Piaget’s insistence on the necessity of passively waiting for a. The system of differentiation was introduced whereby people with special skills were given rewards and benefits in form of housing. Stalin also encouraged education for peasants on the Kolkhoz. Literacy schemes were introduced and publicized through propaganda. Economic policy 2: Industrialisation.

Stalin’s Social Policies
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Joseph Stalin 4. SOCIAL AIM #1: EDUCATION • Education under Stalin became more widespread and accessible, however it was also a means through which Stalin sought to cultivate obedient, productive Soviet citizens through the implementation of strict indoctrination and . The system of differentiation was introduced whereby people with special skills were given rewards and benefits in form of housing. Stalin also encouraged education for peasants on the Kolkhoz. Literacy schemes were introduced and publicized through propaganda. Economic policy 2: Industrialisation. Under Stalin, the government controlled all education from nursery schools through the universities Education was compulsory and every child was entitled to 9 years of free education. Schoolchildren learned the virtues of the Communist Party.

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The defence of Stalin and the achievements of the Soviet Union

Through applied research in interdisciplinary educational psychology, Vygotsky developed concepts such as the zone of proximal development, in which joint social activity and instruction “marches ahead of development and leads it; it must be aimed not so much at the ripe as the ripening functions.” 31 This view clashed with Piaget’s insistence on the necessity of passively waiting for a. The system of differentiation was introduced whereby people with special skills were given rewards and benefits in form of housing. Stalin also encouraged education for peasants on the Kolkhoz. Literacy schemes were introduced and publicized through propaganda. Economic policy 2: Industrialisation. Joseph Stalin 4. SOCIAL AIM #1: EDUCATION • Education under Stalin became more widespread and accessible, however it was also a means through which Stalin sought to cultivate obedient, productive Soviet citizens through the implementation of strict indoctrination and .