Methodological foundations for the formation of professional qualities in primary school teachers
Palabras clave:Рrimary education, methodological work of secondary education institutions, competence-based approach to teaching, methodological foundations of teacher training, scientific and methodological work.
The successful solution to the problems of modern primary education is directly related to the success of teacher training and professional development, to the change of methodological approaches to the process of forming the professional qualities of teachers. It depends on the effectiveness of the system of methodological work of general secondary education institutions. The article aims to highlight the main trends in the study of the effectiveness of the formation of professional qualities of primary school teachers from a methodological point of view. Moreover, it seeks to identify the key practical aspects of this problem in the scientific literature. Methodology. In the course of the study, the analytical and
bibliographic method was applied to study the scientific literature on the formation of professional qualities of primary school teachers. Induction, deduction, analysis, synthesis of information, systemic and structural, comparative, logical, and linguistic methods, abstraction, and idealization were involved in the study and processing of data. The authors of the study also conducted an online questionnaire survey, which served to practically clarify the most important issues related to the methodological aspects of the formation of professional qualities of primary school teachers. Results. According to the results of the study, the main most important theoretical aspects of the issue of methodological support of the quality of primary school teachers' work have been identified. Moreover, the point of view of scientists and heads of general secondary education institutions on certain practical components of this process has been investigated.
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Derechos de autor 2023 Nataliia Sydorenko, Veronika Denysenko, Iryna Grytsenko, Nataliia Borysenko, Liubov Terletska
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