Results Of Information Competence Formation Of Students Of Pedagogical Directions

Abstract

The formation of information competence is an urgent task in the modern education system. The professionalism of the future teacher includes various competencies, including information. Moreover, information competence is becoming one of the priorities of modern higher education. The practical result of the research carried out at a pedagogical university is a model of the formation of information competence of students in pedagogical areas of training. The model is a system of general requirements for the formation of information competence in a pedagogical higher educational institution. The article lists methodological recommendations that illustrate the constituent elements of the model. They are the result of lessons learned from practical activity and can be useful for teachers of natural science and engineering disciplines who solve the problems of forming information competence in the course of their educational activities. The analysis of the results of the implementation of the developed model shows its effectiveness. The comparison of indicators of the formation of information competence over the last three academic years allows us to conclude that the organization of educational activities in accordance with the model gives stable high results.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.119

Online ISSN

2357-1330