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Role of Psychological Culture of Teachers in Supporting Implementation of Basic Education Standards 637
Dubrovina I.V., Doctor of Psychology, professor, member of the Russian Academy of Education, professor, Chair of Pedagogical Psychology, Department of Educational Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lubovsky D.V., PhD in Psychology, professor at the chair of educational psychology, department of educational psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
The paper focuses on the role of teachers’ psychological culture in supporting the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard for Basic Education.The authors stress that formation of personal educational outcomes in students is a task closely associated with the level of psychological culture of teachers.Using a questionnaire designed to explore the teachers’ need to improve their psychological competence, the authors carried out a survey of 69 teachers and outlined the priority areas of psychological culture improvement for the teachers basing on the outcomes of the survey.The paper analyses the relationship between the professionally significant qualities of the teachers (such as communicative and organizational skills) and their views on the formation of personal educational outcomes in students.Finally, the paper outlines the possibilities of developing psychological culture in teachers as a system of means allowing them to fulfill the requirements of modern educational standards, in particular, to resolve the task of forming personal educational outcomes in students.
Keywords: psychological culture of teacher, educational standards, professionally important characteristics, professional competence