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Modern approaches to the professional development of teachers

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25879979-2023-03-04

M.M. Khabibulina
Ural State Medical University Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation

In the modern world, in all developed countries, the system of advanced training of pedagogical personnel should be a relatively autonomous and more flexible subsystem of continuing professional education, since it is within its framework that the crisis of professional competence of a teacher can be overcome and the issue of training scientific and pedagogical personnel for activities in the conditions of modernization of both higher and general education can be solved. The proposed aspects of the teacher training system will be effective in the presence of a number of conditions: a special psychological climate of learning; educational activities are carried out using the technology of searching for new knowledge based on the existing individual and professional experience of students; specific learning principles are used (priority of independent learning, individualization, systematic learning); the learning process is carried out using new information and reflexive-creative technologies that contribute to the construction of individual trajectories of professional self-improvement of teachers. Thus, the use of these conditions of the mandatory process in the system of higher professional education will allow to prepare a professional specialist.

professional activity
professional development.

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