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Features of Leadership Development of Kazakhstan Elementary School Pupils

Botagul A. Turgunbaeva, Gulmira R. Aspanova, Altynbek K. Moshkalov, Asan Abdrakhmanov, Gulnara K. Abdrahman and Alima T. Kenzhebayeva

Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science, Volume 25, Issue S, July 2017

Keywords: Elementary school age, leader-elementary school pupil, leadership, leader workshop, personal-orientated education, website

Published on: 05 Jul 2017

With the pace of social and economic development in Kazakhstan today, the question of the development of leadership skills among individuals that are capable of being integrated without serious consequences into society is crucial. The serious matter of leadership requires close attention from researchers and teachers. It, as well as other strategically important tasks, is referred to in the education blueprint of our republic. Developing leadership in children when they are as young as the elementary school age is necessary because this is the right age for shaping positive values and influences in children. The shaping of leaders is not a spontaneous process; it must be done systematically and intentionally. This can be done through education. This paper looks at leadership training among children of elementary school age.

ISSN 1511-3701

e-ISSN 2231-8542

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