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Tatsiana V. Tratsinko

Senior Lecturers

Department of Social Work and Rehabilitation

Kalvaryiskaia str. 9, room 736 Minsk Republic of Belarus 220004

Tel.: (+375-17) 259-70-61; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Biography:

In 1993, she graduated from Minsk Pedagogical College No. 1 with a degree in Preschool Education.

In 2006, she graduated with honors from the State Institute of Management and Social Technologies of BSU with a degree in Social Work (qualification as “Specialist in Social Work - Psychologist”).

In 2009, she graduated from the magistracy of the Institute for the Training of Scientific Personnel of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus with a degree in Sociology. She defended her master's thesis on "The State of the Problem of Social Orphanhood in the Republic of Belarus: Sociological Analysis", was awarded the academic degree of a master of sociological sciences.

In 2014, she graduated from the postgraduate study of the Belarusian State University at the Department of Pedagogy and Problems of Education Development, specialty 13.00.08 “Theory and Methodology of Professional Education”. The scientific qualification "Researcher" in the field of pedagogical sciences was awarded.

From 2000 to 2006, she worked as a methodologist at the GIUST BSU.

From 2006 to 2012 she taught at the Department of Social Work at the State Institute of Management and Social Technologies of BSU.

Since 2012 to 2018- Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Work, State Institute of Management and Social Technologies, BSU.

Since 2018 - Senior Lecturer, Deputy Head of the Department of Social Work and Rehabilitation for the educational work of the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences of BSU.

Research Interests:

  • technology of social work;
  • social work with minors and families at risk;
  • training (socio-psychological and correctional);
  • personal and professional development;
  • professional ethics.

Teaches the following disciplines:

  • “Ethics of social work”;
  • “Trainings (socio-psychological and correctional)”;
  • "Social work with minors at risk";
  • “Methods and technologies of social work”;
  • "Innovative approaches to social work in the country and abroad".

The author of more than 70 scientific and educational works, including educational and methodical complexes, manuals, articles in scientific journals, abstracts of conferences.