Anthropological Context of Professional Teacher Training

Proceedings of the 2nd International Academic Conference on Humanities and Social Science

Year: 2019


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Anthropological Context of Professional Teacher Training

A. Torkhava



A typological profile of students mastering the teaching profession has been developed based on the results of the empirical research carried out by universities of Belarus that provide professional teacher training programmes. About 24% of students are classified as “undecided”. This type is characterized by a lack of orientation towards the teaching profession and dissatisfaction with the educational process at university. We assumed that the creation of an educational environment focused on the development of an individual style of professional activity and coordination of individual and generalized educational pathways of students at all stages of their professionalization in high school can change the situation. Such an educational environment can manifest itself in a multi-style educational space which meets needs of students in professionalization in the context of individual educational requirements and generates factors of effective development and selfdevelopment of learners. Testing of the model of the multi-style educational space proved that it expands the possibilities of creative self-realization of future teachers, achievement of high level of educational standards, and significantly reduces the percentage of graduates who are not satisfied with the educational process at the university.

Key Words: future teacher; typological profile; individual style of professional activity; professional training; multi-style education space.