Growth of professional skills of teachers in the context of V. O. Sukhomlynskyi pedagogical heritage in terms of the New Ukrainian school

  • Valentyna Derkach
Keywords: V. Sukhomlynskyi, young teachers, outstanding teacher, work plans, pedagogical staff, pedagogical skills, a lesson, a pedagogical council, psychological seminars

Abstract

In the article the author, on the basis of archival materials and memories of contemporary outstanding teacher, reveals the main areas of work of V.O. Sukhomlynskyi with young teachers. Analyzing the protocols of meetings of pedagogical councils and psychological seminars of Pavlish high school 1948-1970 s. Emphasizes the importance of the prominent teacher attending and analyzing lessons and studying the work of young teachers. It is noted that the experience of the cordier of the pedagogical science on the given problem has been deeply studied by the teachers and scientists of the citizens Republic of China in recent years, discussed at the international conferences in Ukraine, Poland, China and Russia. For example, it shows what kind of work is being done with young teachers, aimed at increasing their professional skills in the conditions of the New Ukrainian school. The creative heritage of the outstanding teacher V.A. Sukhomlinskyi, who enriched the theory and practice of pedagogical interaction with new approaches. The creativity of the teacher is analyzed, where bright pages on the pedagogical skills of teachers and school principals can be traced, in the conditions of democratization of the management of the educational process of the New Ukrainian School becomes especially relevant.

Author Biography

Valentyna Derkach

Derkach Valentyna – Director of VVS «Pavlyska Secondary School of I-III Degrees V. O. Sukhomlynskyi Lyceum»

Published
2018-07-03
How to Cite
Derkach, V. (2018). Growth of professional skills of teachers in the context of V. O. Sukhomlynskyi pedagogical heritage in terms of the New Ukrainian school. HUMANITARIUM, 41(2), 23-31. Retrieved from http://humanitarium.online/index.php/hum/article/view/224
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