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Modern pedagogical requirements to the teacher's professional competence

Journal: Bulletin of Postgraduate education: collection of scientific papers. Series «Educational sciences» Category "B" (Vol.13, No. 42)

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Page : 24-37

Keywords : pedagogical requirements; quality; professional competence; modernity; staff training; professional ethics; subject-subject;

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This article deals with the pedagogical requirements for the professional competence of a teacher who prepares a comprehensive schoolchild. The current state of education, the qualitative adaptation of the tasks set to it to the world level, the development of effective development programs that meet modern requirements for training are of concern to everyone. Raising the professional level of pedagogical specialists is already attracting more and more attention as an important problem to be solved. This problem, on the other hand, is of particular importance in connection with the dissemination of ideas of humanization of education, the educational process. In particular, the secondary school, which is responsible for directing schoolchildren to the professions, and the university, which is responsible for preparing them for the profession, are making serious efforts to clearly define the tasks facing them in modern times. However, it is also true that there are still a number of difficulties in achieving successful results. As a result, shortcomings in education as a whole, including the training of competent teachers, are manifesting themselves: • educational results are not compatible with market conditions in terms of quantity and quality; • the system of additional education does not meet the requirements of the day; • ICT provision of the educational process lags behind the requirements of the day; • the practice process, which better contributes to the formation of competencies, is not set up properly; • there is no radical modernization in the training of pedagogical staff; • communicative relations between students and teachers are poorly developed; • no serious attention is paid to students' self-education; • insufficient use of psychological knowledge in the formation of professional skills in students; • difficulties in teaching subjects by teachers with new technologies are obvious, etc.

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