Formation of Professional Competence of Future Primary School Teachers Against the Background of Large-Scale Military Aggression (a response to the challenges of the times)

Natalia Androsova, Nataliia Tsukanova, Yulia Demchenko, Tetiana Prybora, Olga Tkachenko


In contemporary European literature, the problem of shaping future educators against the backdrop of crisis (military) transformations has not been explored. Ukrainian teachers demonstrate valuable experience in the teaching under warfare conditions, which should be the subject of a separate study. In addition, the problem of the professional formation of future teachers is also relevant, given the numerous terminological debates between scientists. The article aims to analyze the formation of professional competence of future elementary school teachers against the background of large-scale military aggression. The work is formed on the use of theoretical pedagogical research methods. Noticeable attention is paid to the methods of generalization, abstraction, analysis, synthesis. Among the empirical methods, the methods of experiment and SWOT-analysis were used. With the help of the latter, the strengths and weaknesses of the formation of professional competence in the system of distance learning of future elementary school teachers against the background of military aggression are reflected. The results considered terminological discussions regarding the concept of “professional competence”, highlighted the main features of professionalism of modern teachers, analyzed the use of game techniques and their impact on the formation of important skills for future teachers, developed a training model to ensure maximum exposure to professional competence in future teachers. In the conclusion, it was noted that the appeal to game techniques allows to deepen the assimilation of professional competence, moreover, conducting games during the war has an additional psychological effect. The best training model for future teachers is to conduct distance learning sessions according to the established program, which provides an increase in the amount of practice and actualization of the experience of independent work.

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