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Information theoretical foundations of modern education

Journal: Problems of Continuous Geographic Education and Cartography (Vol.23, No. 0)

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Page : 10-14

Keywords : informatization of education; future teacher of geography; information;

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The modern views on the problem of education informatization system were described in the article. In particular, the theoretical foundations of higher pedagogical education informatization were explained. The importance of information as a social and educational phenomenon had been showed. The need to organize information environment in the Universities was identified. The author explains modern vision of information technology's role in the professional formation of the future teacher of geography during studies in the article. The use of information in the educational process should lay the foundations of philosophical, psychological, social and pedagogical training of future teachers of geography. In addition to educational and extracurricular social activities of students-geographers information should provide incentives in their training. A. Krasnov described the importance of information in each individual type of activity, effective information exchange provided by the formation of a number of information skills; evaluation of the usefulness and validity of the information received; selection of relevant personal information, finding the necessary information, including the methods of processing; communication and language skills (perception and transmission); information-psychological self-defense; persistently high level of information needs; development and improvement of an individual and effective ways to preserve and assimilate information; mental hygiene information (ecology) — information self-regulation and selection process according to their relevance and usefulness; ethics governing the access to other people's information.

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