Optimization of the process of self-realization of creative potential of the future philologist and ukrainoznavets
The article reveals the role of higher education in preparing active in the profession of the individual, free to choose, responsible and mobile in today’s conditions. We have defined the purpose of the article: to outline the ways in order to optimize teacher’s creativity of philologist-ukrainoznavets that it can be successfully implemented in the educational activity in secondary school. The teacher’s professional development is considered as an important component of creative potential, based on a system of cultural, psychological and pedagogical ways of life. It is indicated that the teacher acts a defining figure in the educational process of modern secondary school. The level of self-efficacy depends on its creative potential in the future level of education, upbringing, and creative young representatives of the Ukrainian nation. It is also specified that only the national conscious and active creative teacher can educate a creative individual student and send it to constant improvement. This article describes an innovative technology of training future philologists and Ukrainian scientist who is being promoted in the educational process in Uman State Pedagogical University named after Pavlo Tychyna. It is emphasized that the basis of the above technology is the development of creative potential of future teachers. The author has outlined the requirements for the teachers in the establishment of it as a highly spiritual and creative personality. The article highlights the most important of these conditions: a teacher-philologist and ukrainoznavets should be a true patriot, an active and creative man, preserve and continue the Ukrainian cultural and historical traditions. The pedagogical conditions of effective preparation of future teachers of philology to professional activities are defined. As a result of experimental verification has revealed that the effectiveness of training future teachers of philology increases significantly upon the development of the students’ creative skills of Ukrainian studies at school. Further research requires innovative methods of training teachers and philologists aimed at disclosing their creativity and talent.
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