READINESS OF THE TEACHER TO THE CHALLENGES OF THE INFORMATION SOCIETY IN THE SPACE OF SELF-EDUCATION
Introduction. The problems of continuing education are inseparable from the problems associated with the activities of the teacher. Among them, the teacher's readiness for the challenges of the information society in the space of self-educational activity is topical. In turn, the personal, general, professional, self-educational culture of the teacher should develop at a faster pace than the level of the social environment. It is known that the higher an individuality development level is, the more it feels need for self-realization and self-education, and only under the condition of constant self-education a person can meet the requirement of the time.
Purpose. Disclosure of the new self-educational tasks solving principle that the society puts forward in the conditions of global changes is inseparably linked with the moral image of the modern music teacher.
In the context of the scientific and technological progress intensification, the space of the teacher's influence on the individual expands and in these conditions the functional role of the teacher is strengthened. A teacher as a professional forms faith in what he teaches, and following these principles determines the moral and humanistic nature of the relationship in the pedagogical process.
Results. In the system of a personality-oriented education professional demands, which the information society makes to the teacher, are analyzed. In the system of personality-oriented education, the teacher has special requirements.
The concept of a personality-oriented education of a culturological type (E. Bondarevskaya, N. Krylova and other) rethinks a development of traditional pedagogical thought, lays down the principles of a new education paradigm, the features of which are as follows: the general view on education and self-education is changing in the direction of a deeper understanding of them as a cultural process; the notion of individuality changes, which, apart from social qualities, is endowed with various subjective properties that characterize its autonomy, independence, ability to choice, reflection, self-regulation.
Originality. In modern conditions it is necessary to consider self-education not only as a principle of continuous education but also as a form of advanced training, a way of realizing modern requirements to the individuality of the teacher.
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