Educational Competencies of the Individual: From Theory to Practice
AbstractThe article analyzes the impact of modernization of higher pedagogical education on the formation of a professional and personal approach to the training of modern teachers. The concept of competence is defined as the ability of an individual to perform some practical action on the basis of acquired theoretical knowledge and as a certain ability to apply the acquired knowledge in everyday life situations. The concept of competence is defined, which reveals the real result of pedagogical education, its quality, role in the personal development of the teacher. It is proved that the professional competence of the future teacher acts as an integrative dynamic personal education, which is connected with a complex of other competencies.Keywords: modernization, personality, competence, practice, pedagogical education, teacher, innovation, praxeology, pedagogical process, discourse, knowledge society, philosophy of education
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