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Interdisciplinary Integration In Professional Training Of Future Teacher

Table 2: Levels of development of te motivation component of interdisciplinary competence

Level Description Score
Advanced Sheer interest in scientific and practical knowledge; integration oriented. The cognitive need is perceived as a personally significant motivation for activity. The development of interdisciplinary competence occurs in various types of activities in the course of mastering concepts (3.8–5)
Intermediate Basic knowledge about integration. A student shows the need for personal quality transformation regarding integration, conducts an understanding of the integration process, applies templates in cognitive activity. A student shows insufficient interest in the ability to integrate knowledge from various scientific fields (3.2–3.8)
Beginner Poor motivation, lack of interest in self-education and self-development (1–1.2)
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