Future Teachers Training For Innovative Activity in Higher Education Institution

Zhumahan Myrhalykov, Asma Kalybekova, Kanat Baibolov


This article describes the urgent need at present for flexibly thinking and non-standard acting educators, the formation of which is a holistic, multi-structural process aimed at formation of profound professional knowledge , skills and habits , mastery of modern IT, corresponding qualification standards. Kazakh society demands from young teachers not only a wide range of professional and pedagogical knowledge, the ability to work in small and large study groups and to communicate actively with colleagues and parents of their students, but also a whole number of other abilities designed to provide the efficiency of education and upbringing of younger generation. They include: humanistic orientation, personal and professional mobility, desire for self-education, self-development and self-improvement, creativity, spiritual maturity, capacity for reflection, social activity and tolerance, need to study their own activity, need for innovation ,etc., which are both the characteristics of a new type teacher and her/his value system. The specificity of various subjects, studied in a pedagogical HEI, requires a more detailed and specific design of the issue of the realization of professional -pedagogical orientation of academic disciplines, taking into account their special features. Not accidentally, V.A. Slastenin among issues, which require top- priority development in context of such fundamental problem of theory and practice of higher pedagogical education, mentions the problem of formation of socially active personality of a teacher, points out professional -pedagogical orientation of training.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s4p436

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