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|Title:||Building of projecting competence among future teachers in the conditions of introduction of inclusive education|
|Authors:||Ketrish, E. V.|
Dorozhkin, E. M.
Permyakov, O. M.
Tretyakova, N. V.
Andryukhina, T. V.
Mantulenko, V. V.
Дорожкин, Е. М.
|Abstract:||The relevance of the researched problem is caused by the need of consideration of teachers’ readiness for work in the conditions of inclusive education, and change of process of their professional training (on the example of specialists in the sphere of physical education). The purpose of publication consists in the development of pedagogical model of the projecting competence building which will provide effective forecasting, modeling and planning of educational process. The leading approach to the research of a problem is the system-based approach which allows us to analyze the process of building of projecting competence as pedagogical system, and on the basis of it to determine its structural and functional characteristics. The results of the research on identification of the relation of future physical education (PE) teachers to a possibility of work in the conditions of inclusive education are provided; the pedagogical model of projecting competence building among teachers including target, substantial, organizational and estimative-productive components is offered. Materials of the publication can be useful to the scientists while studying questions of implementation of an inclusive education in the Russian education system, to the specialists who are engaged in the organization of training of future teachers, to the teachers working in the educational organizations of various types, to students of pedagogical higher education institutions. © 2016 Ketrish et al.|
|Keywords:||CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS OR DISABILITIES|
PROJECTING COMPETENCE OF A TEACHER
READINESS OF THE TEACHER
|Appears in Collections:||Научные публикации, проиндексированные в SCOPUS и WoS|
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