Theorie und Praxis - Theoretical and Practical Dimensions
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Formation of Student Teachers’ Pedagogical Competence during Teaching Practice 313
Emilija Rodzeviit Formation of Student Teachers’ Pedagogical Competence during Teaching Practice Abstract: Pedagogical competence of a contemporary teacher and its continuous improvement is the key factor determining teacher’s professional development and high quality professional activity. The article focuses on formation of stu- dent teachers’ professional competence during teaching practice, analyses atti- tudes of students – future teachers to educator professional competence as well as discusses development of their pedagogical competence during teaching prac- tice. Keywords: student teacher, pedagogical competence, competences. Topicality: Modern society is characterised by political, social, economic and organisational changes, development of information technologies as well as globalisation. This inevitably conditions emergent innovations in various fields including that of education. The key EU documents (White Paper on Education and Training. Teaching and Learning. Towards the Learning Society, 1995; A Memorandum on Lifelong Learning, 2000; Green Paper on Teacher Education in Europe. High Quality Teacher Education for High Quality Education and Training, 2000; European Trends in Anticipation of Teacher Training Needs, 2000; Towards a knowledge- based Europe. The European Union and the information society, 2002; Educa- tion & Training 2010. The Success of the Lisbon Strategy Hinges on Urgent Re- forms, 2004; Key Competences for Lifelong Learning – A European Reference Framework, 2004; Common European Principles for Teacher Compe-tences and Qualifications, 2005) regulating education underline development of information society, lifelong learning paradigm, an ability to orientate in the context of changes, development of distant education, dissemination of latest research re- sults, knowledge and others. Developing technologies, changes in working meth- ods and...
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