EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF FORMATION OF TRAINEE TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE WITH THE USE OF WEB TECHNOLOGIES
AbstractThe rapid pace of development of modern society, dynamism and continuous innovation processes lead to the fact that knowledge of the subject and possession of the method of teaching cannot fully characterize the current level of professional training of future teachers. The contents of the disciplines is constantly changing, new means and technologies of learning are emerging, and the flows of information that teachers should take into account in their professional activities are growing. Significant changes in the educational sector, in the first place, concern the use of Web technologies. The purpose of the article is to highlight the methodology and results of research and experimental work aimed at the verification of the effectiveness of forming the professional competence of future teachers with the use of Web technologies. In order to achieve the goal and check the tasks of the study, the selection, modification, development and testing of the theoretical and empirical complex (interviews, questionnaires and questioning of teachers and students, diagnostic methods) of research methods were carried out; qualitative and quantitative analysis of the results was carried out with the use of mathematical statistics methods. The empirical basis at the formative stage of the study included 315 students and 44 teachers of pedagogical institutes of Vinnytsia region. The research and experimental verification of the motivational-value-based, cognitive and design-technological components of the formation of professional competence confirmed that the introduction of the developed methods of forming the professional competence of trainee teachers by means of Web technologies had the greatest impact on the motivation for educational, cognitive and professional activities using Web technologies, development of professional, communicative motives, motives of prestige, awareness and development of the need for collaboration with the use of Web technologies. The result of applying the methods is the formation of the ability of teachers and students to identify the pedagogically appropriate means of Web technologies, analyze and evaluate existing ones, develop and apply them in future pedagogical activities.
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