Сurrent Personal Identity Of Russian Preservice Elementary School Teachers

A. K. Lukina
2020 unpublished
This article discusses two questions: what are the features of the Russian pre-service primary teachers' identity and how to activate it in teacher training. The conditions for activating future teachers' identity is based on: 1) informal introduction to the specialty; 2) early and distributed teaching practice; 3) modular project training; 4) the requirement of constant reflexive pedagogical reporting;. We asked 50 pre-service primary teachers about their perceptions of teacher activity
more » ... her activity (semi-structured questionnaire) and studied their values at the beginning/end of training. The results show the relevance of pre-service teachers' perceptions and values. In order to clarify the results, "Aspirations Index" applied to three groups of young people: -pre-service primary teachers, -in-service teachers, and -young people not working in the educational field. The results show similar aspirations among pre-and in-service teachers and different aspirations among "pedagogical" and "non-pedagogical" young people. The intrinsic aspirations prevail among pre-and in-service teachers. Low attractiveness of fame was found for all respondents, as an artifact, which challenges the question of the current norm of fame in the Internet networks era. In total, the results of studying the pre-service teachers' identity show the relevance of the chosen teacher training model.
doi:10.15405/epsbs.2020.08.02.31 fatcat:zljdhyzppzbevloxhvslvdeboy