The Scientific And Methodological Support For Pedagogical Giftedness Development

Abstract

The problem of developing the future teachers' pedagogical giftedness is due to the transformation of modern education. It is caused by the dynamic processes happening in society. The necessity to develop qualities that allow an educator to be successful in emerging situations of uncertainty requires high rates of professional competencies development. The scientific and methodological support of the process of developing pedagogical giftedness allows taking into consideration the arising problems and difficulties and provides targeted assistance in professional self-development in the process of teachers' training. The purpose of the study is to develop and prove the effectiveness of scientific and methodological support for the pedagogical giftedness development in future teachers in the context of modern education transformation. Methodology, methods and techniques are methods of theoretical analysis, empirical methods (survey, testing, analysis of documentation, comparison of the data of the ascertaining and control sections). The results show the level analysis of the future teachers' professional competencies reflected the effectiveness of the developed content of scientific and methodological support for the pedagogical giftedness development. The developed support algorithm is based on the posteriori model of a future educator's training, professional skills, gradually mastered in the professional activity experience, already at the stage of obtaining pedagogical education, constitutes the qualities that characterize pedagogical giftedness.

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Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.12.02.54

Online ISSN

2357-1330