Problem Statement: Socio-economic changes which occur in the Republic of Kazakhstan, provided the young country significant growth in the economy, have made it possible to integrate into the world community.Research Questions: Requirements of society to the teacher of the new formation, in recent years have increased substantially.Purpose of the Study: The aim of the conducted experiment is a creating of scientific and methodological work’s system at school to improve the professional and pedagogical competence of teachers.Research Methods: We used research methods: theoretical (modeling, comparison, generalization, abstraction, classification) empirical (study and analysis of literary sources, normative legal documents, pedagogical observation, surveys, testing).Findings: Application of quality indicators for specifying directions of each teacher allowed developing a plan of teaching career, the content of which is individualized. In general, it should be noted that of 21 teachers who took part in this research, by 89.4% is observed active professional personal development, by 10.6% of teachers - development strongly depends on conditions.Conclusions: The conducted research on formation of the teachers’ professional competence the specialized school № 2 Aktobe, Kazakhstan provided a new look at the process of professional and personal formation of the teaching staff, changes the activities’ trajectory of the scientific and methodical work, in general, on educational management.
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18 December 2019
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Child psychology, psychology, developmental psychology, psychological testing, psychological measurement, family psychology
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Naurzalina, D., Kibatayeva, N., Davletkaliyeva, E., Muldasheva, B., Almurzayeva, B., & Sagiyeva, A. (2019). Formation of teacher’s professional competence in Kazakhstan School. In Z. Bekirogullari, & M. Y. Minas (Eds.), Cognitive - Social, and Behavioural Sciences - icCSBs 2015, August, vol 6. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 135-140). Future Academy. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2015.08.13