Kateryna Zhytnukhina


The article gives characteristics of pedagogical conditions of responsible attitude towards students’ future profession formation in pedagogical universities based on the analysis of scientific sources and empirical material:
1) purposeful motivation, awareness of the need for the formation of the specified quality as the future teacher’s spiritual value (motivational-value component of a responsible attitude to the future profession formation);
2) improvement of students’ educational and non-auditing activities content in pedagogical universities (cognitive component);
3) organization of student activity on the implementation of responsible organizational and teaching assignments (operational and activity component).
It is substantiated that the second pedagogical condition is realized by deepening the future teachers’ educational professional training disciplines content (classroom educational activity) as educational material of the given direction in order to master professional duty requirements; students’ non-auditing educational activities through the circle “Pedagogical Volunteering” functioning. It is indicated that the third pedagogical condition is realized by the way of: student self-government, aimed at organizing various educational activities for the purpose of multi-role execution of responsible orders by the students, modern methods of using future teachers’ self-education on a reflection basis; application of interactive forms and methods in extra-curriculum educational work; organization of managerial interaction between the practice organizers at different levels and educational institutions in order to monitor the formation of a responsible attitude towards students’ future profession.However, only the harmonization of the general pedagogical conditions will be a prerequisite for the effective formation of a responsible attitude towards the students’ future profession in pedagogical universities.


pedagogical conditions; future teachers; responsible attitude towards future profession; students’ education in pedagogical universities

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