ORGANIZATIONAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CONTEXT SELF- ORGANIZATION TRAINING OF FUTURE TEACHERS IN PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY
Keywords:higher education teacher, self-organization competence, context training, methodical system, methods of formation, organizational pedagogical tools, design.
The urgency of the topic is provoked by innovative processes in the system of higher education, including increasing requirements for the professional activity of HEI teachers. The educators play a major role in the system of modernization of higher education. Thus, there is a need to improve the theoretical and methodological foundations of teachers` training in higher education institutions. The need to perform professional activities in rapidly changing and non- standard conditions raises the self-organization competence forming of a higher education teacher in professional activities.
The survey results of teachers-practitioners and undergraduates on self-organization in professional activity are presented. The generalized indicators of formation of levels of self- organization competence in experimental and control groups are shown in professional activity. The difficulties of self-organization in educational work are identified, namely: insufficient development of activity planning skills; improper level of self-reflection processes, self-regulation activity; the problem of rational distribution of internal and external resources; the presence of organizational difficulties in non-standard life situations.
The following components of the methodical system of future higher education teachers contextual training in self-organization during professional activity are determined: theoretical and methodical basis (educational professional program, educational and working programs, syllabi of educational disciplines, instructive-methodical materials, manuals, cases), organizational pedagogical tools, forms, methods), methods of implementation (subject-reflexive and context-design strategies). The organizational and pedagogical principles, principles and algorithm of contextual preparation of future higher education teachers to self-organization in professional activity.
Bykov, V.Iu. Metodychni systemy suchasnykh informatsiino-osvitnikh tekhnolohii [Methodical Systems of Modern Information and Educational Technologies]. Retrieved from: https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/110 83983.pdf [in Ukrainian].
Ilienko, O.L. (2016). Pedahohichni komponenty naukovo- metodychnoi systemy profesiinoi pidhotovky maibutnoho konkurentospromozhnoho fakhivtsia [Pedagogical Components of the Scientific and Methodological System of Professional Training of the Future Competitive Specialist]. Pedahohika ta psykholohiia – Pedagogy and psychology, 55, 155-163 [in Ukrainian].
Kraevskyi, V.V., & Berezhnova, E.V. (2006). Metodolohiia pedahohiki: novyi etap [Methodology of Pedagogy: a New Stage]: ucheb. posob. Moskva: "Akademiia", 96-97 [in Russian].
Striuk, A.M., Striuk, M.I., & Koval, M. V. (2013). Metodychna systema navchannia informatychnykh dystsyplin z vykorystanniam khmarnykh tekhnolohii, [Methodical System of Teaching Computer Science Disciplines Using Cloud Technologies]. Retrieved from http://lib.iitta.gov.ua/1193/1/stryuk_ v3.pdf [in Ukrainian].
Copyright (c) 2021 N. M. Myronchuk, S. L. Yatcenko
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Authors published in this journal agree to the following terms:
a) The authors reserve the right to author their work and grant the journal the right to first publish this work under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which allows others to freely distribute the published work with a mandatory link to the authors of the original work and the first publication of the work therein magazine.
b) Authors have the right to enter into separate additional agreements regarding the non-exclusive distribution of the work in the form in which it was published by this journal (for example, posting work in an electronic repository of the institution or publishing as part of a monograph), provided that the reference to the first publication of the work is maintained therein. magazine.
c) Journal policy permits and encourages the submission of manuscripts by the authors on the Internet (for example, in repositories of institutions or on personal websites), both prior to submitting this manuscript to the editorial board and as it contributes to the emergence of productive scientific discussion, and has a positive impact on the promptness and dynamics of citing a published work (see The Effect of Open Access).