PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF PREPARING FUTURE TEACHERS TO PROFESSIONAL MOBILITY IN TERMS OF MOUNTAINOUS REGION
Authors: М.B. Evtukh, I.B. Chervinska
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The article focuses attention on the necessity of paying attention to the personal development of the personality who can respond flexibly to constantly changing conditions, and differs due to their initiative mobility, dynamism, constructivism, a developed sense of responsibility in professional activity. After all, modern education market requires a highly qualified professional, who has a proper command of professional competences. In this regard, in modern higher pedagogical school the scientific concepts are recognised with assigned priorities to integral formation and development of future teacher’s personality, forming the readiness to be mobile in professional activity due to the switching from the state of performers to the state of active entities.
Based on the study of scientific sources and advanced teaching experience, the author reveals the psychological and pedagogical principles of preparing future teachers to professional mobility in terms of mountainous region. A description of practical implementation of the goals and objectives of the international project "Mountain School" in the context of the formation of professional mobility is rather interesting and informative. In the article the researcher emphasizes that during the research and work on the project the parameters of readiness to professional mobility have been identified and generalized. The contradictions have been reasonably revealed and psychological and pedagogical conditions of formation the teacher’s ability to professional mobility in terms of institutions functioning within the Carpathian region.
Keywords: profession, mobility, reasons, competence, motivation, region, psychological and pedagogical conditions, mountainous region, socio-cultural space.