Formation of Correctional Competence of Teachers on the Basis of Neuropedagogy
Keywords:indicators of correctional competence, neuropedagogy, lateral profile, neurosocial context, professional competence, neurophysiological features
Since any psychological and pedagogical correction involves the modification or creation of neural connections for a new model of thinking and behavior, such activities of the teacher is impossible without taking into account the data of neuropsychology and neuropedagogy. The purpose of the study is to develop and theoretically substantiate the method of formation of correctional and pedagogical competence of primary school teachers in the process of professional retraining on the basis of a neuropedagogical approach. The study involved 142 respondents - primary school teachers (70 testing group and 72 experimental group). For effective formation of correctional and pedagogical competence of teachers on the basis of neuropedagogy in the process of professional retraining used technologies of contextual learning A. Verbytsky (2006), which allowed to form a holistic structure of professional activity of teachers by optimal combination of reproductive and active methods and reproduction of neurosocial context of pedagogical activity. The number of teachers with a high level of formation of the cognitive component increased by 53.7%, motivational - 52%, reflective - 50.7%, operational - 49.2%. The necessity of applying contextual teaching technology has been proved, which allows creating an integrated structure of professional activity of primary school teachers by using the optimal combination of reproductive and active teaching methods and reproducing the neurosocial context of professional activity using the content potential of pedagogical disciplines for positive motivation for the implementation of inclusive education.
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