Methodological Support of Professional Activity of Pedagogues upon Preschool Children Remote Studying
Keywords:remote studying, pedagogical activity, methodological support of pedagogues
This article is about finding special features of professional pedagogical activity in the process of preschool children remote studying within the new contexts. For that purpose, modern trends of remote education in the system of general education have been studied based on the analysis of scientific psychological and pedagogical literature. The content of methodological support of professional activity of pedagogues upon preschool children remote studying and check of its efficiency in overcoming occurring professional difficulties of pedagogues is definite and grounded. With that purpose, practices of methodological support of pedagogues upon preschool children remote studying were analyzed; reasonability of organization of methodological support of professional activity of pedagogues was grounded as a roadmap for overcoming professional difficulties occurring upon preschool children remote studying, its content has been determined; algorithm for construction of individual programs of methodological support of pedagogues within the scope of informational-methodological environment of remote studies was developed and described; efficiency of methodological support of professional activity of pedagogues in cooperation upon overcoming professional difficulties occurring within the process of preschool children remote studying was proved.
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