Modernization Processes in Education and their Practical Orientation in the Context of World Experience
AbstractThis article analyzes the impact of modernization of higher pedagogical education on the formation of professional and personal approach to the training of modern teachers in the context of world experience. The authors consider the formative essence of practical activity of future teachers and its value content, as well as analyze the actualization of social and moral experience of the individual and their self-development. The worldview-philosophical principles of the practical training of future teachers which are based on the principle of worldview pluralism and the position on coevolutionary determinants of the worldview are shown.Keywords: modernization, personality, practice, pedagogical education, teacher, innovation, praxeology, pedagogical process, knowledge society, philosophy of education
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