Artistic and Pedagogical Competences of the Fine Arts Teacher: an Adaptation to the Postmodern Society
Keywords:Professional training, higher education institutions, improvement of educational process, postmodern art, competence, creative development, interdisciplinarity
The importance of the outlined problem lies in the fact that professional training of future fine arts teachers should take into account the trends of recent general scientific, socio-cultural and moral-aesthetic processes.
Analysis of the professional training system in the context of the requirements of postmodern society gives grounds to claim that it requires significant updating. In particular, individualization and democratization of education, interdisciplinarity, departure from traditional patterns of professional training, rethinking of pedagogical ideas and postulates in the context of quality assurance, etc. are paramount.
The article defines the structure of artistic and pedagogical competence of a fine arts teacher. Its structural elements (artistic component (artistic and aesthetic education, skill)) and pedagogical component (psychological and pedagogical culture, reflection) and ways of their formation are determined.
Ways to improve professional training of future fine arts teachers taking into account the postmodern features of higher education development (ensuring continuity of creative education; updating the scope of professional training; the use of information technology in the process of professional training of future fine arts teachers; emphasis of the educational programme on personal and creative development, self-fulfilment of students of artistic specialties.
Development of pedagogical conditions for formation of artistic and pedagogical competence in future fine arts teachers and organization of a pedagogical experiment in order to determine their effectiveness seems promising.
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