Features of Pedagogical Management in the Professional Activity of the Future Teachers
The article discusses the education as a continuous, flexible, goal-oriented process of learning throughout life and that the high quality of education, which depends on the management, determines its effective functioning. Pedagogical systems operate and do not develop spontaneously. Occurring in these changes is due to the ordered pattern management. The ordering of structural and functional components, their integration and interaction with the environment can be provided by private bodies and mechanisms of control. In this sense, the pedagogical system is a system of self-managed. The problem of efficiency of formation of managerial competence of future teachers of physical culture and sports in educational management as a process is also the subject of our analysis. In order to provide maximum reliability and validity of scientific methods and techniques for the practical implementation of the theoretical promises and ideas in the field of training of teachers of physical culture and sports in educational management, we felt it necessary to characterize a set of principles and functions of pedagogical management. Pedagogical management principles considered by us in accordance with their classification, proposed by VP Simonov. Effective scientific management also provides for the implementation of the principle of its system of self-improvement based on the achievements of the theory and best practice management. This provision is particularly important at the moment when our society is improving the whole control mechanism at all levels.
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)
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