2016 | 3(57) | 439-448
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In-service Training – Modern Tendencies of Progress.
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Any amount of knowledge can became a dead weight and get outdated in our fast-paced world, if we don’t teach administrators and teachers to use this knowledge and gain it independently. The first and the most effective indicator of professional development is in-service training, which gives one an opportunity to gain additional knowledge in management, as well as basic specialization and improve professional skills, based on reflections on one’s own professional activity. It is clear that in-service training (adult education) has a plethora of acute problems, which pass through all its structure at different levels namely state, regional, institutional, administrative, faculty and student level. The system of in-service pedagogical training due to its content, forms and peculiarities has an unrivaled significance for becoming and improving of administrators and teachers as professionals. For this reason, further development of teachers’ innate creative abilities, as well as those formed during formal pedagogical education is carried out. This process is rather long-term, for it starts since the first days of young teacher’s career and lasts all through teacher’s professional activity. Creative development in the system of in-service education is peculiar for the fact that the aforementioned development becomes possible due to gaining professional experience by teachers, which influences creative potential of administrators as well as teachers, encourages activation of conscious, motivated, diligent self-improvement. Modern system of in-service training is centered on providing the best theoretical knowledge and practice, that is why essential competences in the system of in-service pedagogical education form teacher’s as well as administrator’s informational competence, ability to think creatively, construct their knowledge independently, analyze the results of their activity and utilize them on practice, create their own projects and presentations. Control module should include assessment of gained competences. It demonstrates and confirms that a pedagogical worker has acquired all the required competences and is able to perform all the necessary pedagogical and managerial tasks. Competencies acquired during training course by administrative and teaching workers are the indicators of quality of in-service pedagogical education.
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