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Title: Виховання професійної честі майбутніх учителів у процесі навчання
Other Titles: Future Teachers’ Professional Honor Upbringing in the Learning Process
Authors: Костащук, Оксана
Kostashchuk, Oksana
Keywords: честь
професійна честь
професійна честь учителя
процес навчання
honor
professional honor
professional honor of teacher
learning process
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Костащук, О. І. Виховання професійної честі майбутніх учителів у процесі навчання [Текст] / О. І. Костащук // Педагогічні науки: теорія, історія, інноваційні технології : науковий журнал / Міністерство освіти і науки України, Сумський державний університет імені А. С. Макаренка ; редкол.: А. А. Сбруєва, О. Є. Антонова, Дж. Бішоп та ін. – Суми : СумДПУ імені А. С. Макаренка, 2015. – № 10 (54). – С. 120–126.
Abstract: У статті автор обгрунтовує актуальність проблеми виховання професійної честі майбутнього вчителя у процесі навчання, розкриваючи дефініції поняття «честь», «професійна честь», «професійна честь учителя». На основі аналізу наукових доробків виокремлено структурні компоненти професійної честі, сформованість яких забезпечує успішність професійної підготовки майбутнього вчителя.
Professional development of the specialist is a continuous process that requires constant work on oneself, one’s professional growth, improvement, accumulation and development of professional and social experience. This is a process that allows a person to be in the center of professional changes, to be in demand throughout one’s professional activity, that is, to be competitive. The competitiveness of a specialist plays not only public, but also personal role, because it provides high professional status and creates the conditions for full-fledged professional activity in the future. The formation of a specialist, in particular a teacher, who is able to create intellectual and moral values needed by modern society, starts in a professional school in the learning process. The important intrinsic characteristic of the teacher, an effective indicator of the success of his professional activity is professional honor, as a component of professional and moral training, continuing professional development and the subject of organizing one’s own attitudes. The professional honor of the teachers is a concept that reflects not only awareness of their own moral values, but also recognition by society. The teacher as a person is not just a member of a particular professional group, but the representative of the society of his time, brought up in a certain spiritual atmosphere, inevitably bears the traits of the society in which he lives. That is why the professional honor of a teacher should also be regarded as a public assessment of the real competencies that are manifested in the process of solving professional duties. In our study the professional honor is considered as a moral category that reflects the authority of the person engaged in certain activities, and associated with the activities of moral merits; as a way of self-awareness in the profession. Professional honor of the future teacher as part of his professional formation is an internal value, self-attitude, as a subject of pedagogical process, based on the awareness of his/her professional importance and is manifested in the ability to be helpful to others. Axiological self-determination of future teachers in the learning process, as a mechanism of development of their professional honor, is provided by reflective interaction with the teacher, classmates, educational material, and professional environment at the university. A multitude of components of this interaction determines the didactic situation of the future teachers’ professional honor upbringing in the learning process.
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