Significance of Self-regulation for the Professional Development of Prospective Teachers
The aim of present study is investigating the role of self-regulation in professional development of prospective teachers. Well-developed self-regulation may be defined as a person’s ability to adjust his or hers behavior to the conventional moral principles and values, as well as with professional requirements. Teacher’s self-regulation includes his active relationship with the students and with himself, his social affirmations, experience and interests. It can be concluded that the development of self-regulation basics happens during the period of professional learning, when the personality settlement occurs. Each teacher also discovers and uses his own methods and means of self-regulation during his professional activity, which helps him to affect his emotions and to control and regulate external signs of current psychological state.
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)
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