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2015 | 5(49) | 318-325

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Pedagogical communication as a part of professional identity of future primary school teachers

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The article deals with pedagogical communication as an important professional identity. The purpose of this paper is to outline the concept of educational communication in terms of professional identity; identify pedagogical conditions of formation of communicative skills of the teacher. Analysis of modern teaching practice shows that there are contradictions between the high level of professional knowledge and skills of teachers and their students to transfer failure, inability to engage children in creative activities, to create a friendly atmosphere, set psychological and pedagogical contact, manage their own emotional state. It is proved that communication plays a significant role in solving educational problems in teaching activities. Well developed communication skills are necessary for the teacher to create an optimal educational environment. It is emphasized that communication is a means of professional identity, providing: interpersonal integration (students and teachers, students and parents, teachers and parents, students and students, teachers and educators); inner personal integration (integration of teachers with themselves); social integration (the integration of the personality of teachers and staff, teachers and society, teachers and culture). The effectiveness of pedagogical communication depends on the formation of teachers have clear ideas about the nature and structure of communicative skills, their readiness, among them gnostic, design, constructional and organizational skills. Necessary condition for the successful process of communication is the communicative competence of its participants, while important aspects are the willingness of teachers to educational work, development of socio-psychological skills, interpersonal relations, continuity of pedagogical process, pedagogical communication, designing effective possible reporting tools on the basis of foreseeing the possible consequences of its perception, the design of their own performance, taking students to the conclusions that can be drawn after the presentation, encourage the consolidation of productive action, the effective synthesis of the impacts on students. Important pedagogical conditions of effective communication is the ability of teachers to talk with children logically and clearly, the ability of teachers to assess the quality of transfering information, its completeness, content, form.


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