PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS OF THE FORMATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL STYLE OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY OF FUTURE PHYSICAL CULTURE TEACHERS IN THE PROCESS OF PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE

Тетяна Бугаєнко
2019 Науковий вісник Інституту професійно-технічної освіти НАПН України. Професійна педагогіка  
The scientific substantiation of the pedagogical conditions of the formation of the individual style of professional activity of future physical culture teachers in the process of pedagogical practice is outlined. This phenomenon is presented as a set of specially created circumstances that take into account the peculiarities of the professional training of future physical culture teachers and are realized in the institution of higher education; provide the solution of the problem, leading to
more » ... novative improvement of higher physical education. Internal positive motivation ensures encouraging attitude of students towards the development of an individual style of professional activity in the process of pedagogical practice and the improvement of the content of professional training – its content integrity. It has been found that the use of innovative technologies and techniques in the process of practical training contributes to the disclosure of individual and personal qualities, the development of cognitive and creative activity of future physical culture teachers in acquiring professional and pedagogical knowledge, skills and methods of healthcare-saving activity, determining their personal trajectory of professional growth. The development and implementation of a complex of search-situational tasks enables the gradual formation of the individual style of professional activity of future physical culture teachers, develops their non-standard, non-stereotypical thinking and promotes self-development of their individuality in practical activity through the system of original methodical techniques of the organization of physical culture and health, sports-mass and health-development process in educational institutions.
doi:10.32835/2223-5752.2019.18.116-224 fatcat:cc3ekcs2rjfebkyxh2dhrkyepe