Pedagogical reflection and the ways of its development among the students of pedagogical professions
This article is dedicated to the development of pedagogical reflection among students of professions related to teaching. Based on the works of S.Yu. Stepanov, I.N. Semenov, A.A. Bodalev, Yu.M. Orlov, N.I. Gutkin and other Russian researchers. The authors of the article clarified the types of pedagogical reflection, the corresponding skills and the related types of learning tasks that can be used in the training of future teachers. The article also presents the complex of authors of pedagogical conditions that guarantee the development of pedagogical reflection among students. The complex includes the following components: the creation of a favorable emotional environment during the lessons with the students; the use of the didactic technique system designed to take students to a reflective position; the application of reflective pedagogical technologies in the educational process of the university, promoting the development of pedagogical reflection among future teachers and improving the quality of their education. The article also describes the results of the experimental work, which confirmed the effectiveness of the developed complex of conditions that guarantee the development of reflection among students of pedagogical professions.
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