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2015 | 9(53) | 152-161

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The problem of creative self-realization of the future musical art teacher’s personality

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As the title implies the article describes the problem of self- realization of the future teacher of music art during his/her training at the university. The methodological basis was the principles of personal and individual activity and creative approaches to training specialists. There were used the next methods: theoretical and comparative, analysis of philosophical, psychological, pedagogical and methodological literature, specification, comparison, interpretation, systematization, generalization; empirical: pedagogical observation, interviews, surveys, self-analysis of musical-pedagogical activity of the students during training sessions and teaching practice. One of the most important aspects of this article is explaining the essence of self-realization of the future music art teacher. It is proved that creative activity and independence of people is an effective means of self-realization for education and professional best by improving the system of professional training and education of students in higher school. The most effective types of creative activity of students in their professional life is self-expansion, including simulation (playing activity), communicative dialogue (discussion activities), independent cognitive work (research activity), reflexive-estimated activity. It should be stressed that the success of self-realization is ensured using integrated group of learning technologies in conjunction with individual types of students. To draw the conclusion, one can say that purposeful combination of different methodological and technological means provide informative and practical teaching music to students based on creative activity, independence, accumulation of subjective experience of professional and creative growth allows creative self-realization of future teachers in the learning process, and promotes effective organization of educational process in general. Promising in the future can be a study of the characteristics of self-realization of the future teacher on the basis of gender components of his/her professional growth; research of the influence of the socio-cultural environment of freedom on self-expression of the individual teacher and others.



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