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Formation of professional competence of future teachers in the context of organizing project activities at the stage of practical preparation

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  • Godlevskaya Elena Anatolyevna
  • Kryukova Tatyana Anatolyevna


The authors emphasize the need to update approaches to the theoretical and practical training of future teachers at the level of secondary vocational education in the context of the organization of the educational process. The purpose of the article is to translate the experience of training future primary school teachers at the level of secondary vocational education by developing educational projects in the natural sciences and local history in the programs of primary general education. Methodology and methods. The methodological basis of the article is the works of I. A. Kolesnikova, M. P Gorchakova-Sibirskaya, I. S. Kazakova, A. S. Sidenko, V. V Shiriaeva. Theoretical analysis, isolation and synthesis of the main components, observation, description, comparison, systematization, modeling. The main results of the study. During the project, a research algorithm was proposed that makes it possible to comprehensively analyze key indicators and identify the most optimal forms of product presentation — the «Four Seasons» album and a virtual tour. Scientific novelty. A detailed algorithm for the formation of ideas about the seasons has been developed, containing interrelated areas for studying seasonality in nature and creating virtual excursions, which can be used to specify the essence of the content characteristics of the formation of professional competencies of a young specialist in the context of the formation of personal and professional readiness for organizing the educational process for younger children of school age in terms of studying the environment and culture of the native land. Practical significance. The presented approach to designing the «Seasons» album and virtual excursions as a condition for the professional development of future teachers in the course of organizing theoretical and practical training at the level of secondary vocational education served as the basis for organizing similar work with younger students in an educational organization that contributes to the expansion of natural science and historical knowledge and implementation of individual projects.

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Godlevskaya, E. A. & Kryukova, T. A. (2023). Formation of professional competence of future teachers in the context of organizing project activities at the stage of practical preparation Bulletin of the Moscow City Pedagogical University. Series "Pedagogy and Psychology", 2023, №3 (7), 14. https://doi.org/10.25688/2782-6597.2023.7.3.2
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