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Modern aspects of organization of non-formal education of future teachers

Journal: Bulletin of Postgraduate education: collection of scientific papers. (Educational Sciences Series) (Category «B») (Vol.17, No. 46)

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Page : 63-75

Keywords : non-formal education; organization of non-formal education; participants in non-formal education; types and forms of non-formal education; professional training of future teachers.;

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The article theoretically substantiates modern aspects of the organization of non-formal education of future teachers. It is determined that the dynamics of development of Ukrainian society, the constant change of requirements for specialists actualize the importance of continuing education in personal and professional life, an important component in this process is non-formal education. It provides renewal and improvement of personal competencies throughout life, helps in professional self-determination, allows for a variety of ways of obtaining education, promotes active communication and socialization, develops professional mobility. It was found that non-formal education in the professional activity of a teacher is of special importance, which is associated with his constant self-improvement, updating the content, forms and methods of teaching. It is important that the process of involving an individual in non-formal education begins at the stage of professional training in a higher education institution. It is characterized that non-formal education is used to characterize the educational process organized outside the traditional educational system and is designed to meet the cognitive needs of future teachers. It is substantiated that the main characteristics of non-formal education include the following: organized and has the support provided by a specialist or educational system in certain areas of knowledge and practical skills; may have specific learning objectives or be aimed at a general increase in mental and cognitive and creative activities; not limited geographically, can be accessed anywhere in the world; not limited in time, but usually short-term; usually not supported by documentary evidence of acquired knowledge and skills, the quality of learning material, level of qualification, etc.; more flexible than formal, more responsive to market needs; uses innovative teaching methods. It is concluded that the future teacher does not have enough competencies that are formed within his formal education, the need to replenish and improve them make the problem of non-formal education, which aims to optimize the professional and personal development of teachers

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