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Preparing Future Primary School Teachers to Implement the Developing Technologies (Based on the Example of Preparation for Teaching the Course “The World Around” in the Elkonin-Davydov System)
Mironov A.V., Professor, head of the Primary education chair at the Naberezhnochelninsky State University, Russia
The article discusses the reasons for insufficient circulation of the developing education systems, and the Elkonin-Davydov system in particular. The following reasons are seen as the main ones: the unpreparedness of the most graduates of pedagogical institutes to implement the developing technologies and the absence of the established system of post-graduate training in this area. The qualities that a teacher should have for the successful school courses teaching as part of a developing technology (on the example of the course “The World Around”) are discussed. The following directions of the development of these qualities are considered as the main ones: the development of the appropriate objectives; introduction to the conceptual foundations of developing technologies and to the methodological features of their implementation in the teaching of various academic disciplines; focus on those fields of domain knowledge, elements of which are included in school curricula; the integration into a single course framework the methodological and substantive preparations; the use of business games that imitate a school lesson; the performance and analysis of trial lessons at school.
Keywords: university education of future teachers, educational standard of primary education, developing educational systems, school course “The World Around” in the educational system of Elkonin-Davydov, integration of substantive and methodological training of teachers.
Column: Pedagogical Psychology