Relationships between Educational Participants in the Context of Problem Modeling

Maria Fominykh, Bella Uskova, Nataliya Vetlugina, Tatiana Luzjanina, Lidija Volkova

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At present, the goal of education is not only to release a specialist who has received a high-level theoretical and practical training, but also to introduce him at the training stage to the development of new technologies, adapt them to the conditions of a particular production environment, make him a conductor of new technological solutions, therefore the educational process should develop under the conditions of a model-based approach. The purpose of this study is to present the developed structure of interaction between the subjects of the educational process in terms of the problem-model approach within preparation of elemetary education teachers. A methodical system of specialized training of students of pedagogical specialties has been developed and implemented in the context of problem modeling, which ensures that most students achieve a creative level of training in specialized academic disciplines and a high level of development of specialized and specialized competencies. The materials of the article can be useful: to the faculty and heads of universities, where future teachers are trained, to improve the quality of student training and more effective organization of the educational process; employers of future teachers; students of pedagogical areas of training and potential applicants.


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