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INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS OF UNIVERSITY TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Corresponding Author(s) : Lyutsia A. Shibankova
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 7 No. 4 (2019): July
Purpose of the study: Conditions of qualifications’ dynamic development, rapid obsolescence of existing competencies actualize the need to create a system of continuous professional growth of teachers on staff training. The purpose of the article is to develop organizational mechanisms that contribute to the professional growth of the teacher inflexible response conditions of education to socio-economic changes.
Methodology: The research methodology relies on the lifelong education concept, defining the design principles of a teacher professional growth system: consistency, continuity, self-development, participative nature, pedagogical reflexing
Results: The system of the teacher’s professional growth in the educational institution possessing properties of hierarchy, flexibility, and dynamism is developed. The principles and organizational mechanisms for this system’s implementation are revealed: corporatism as a way to create targeted educational platform based on digital technology; tutoring as the insurance of the teacher’s and the educational organization’s interests through the accompany of career advancement; branding as a result of the teacher’s and the educational organization’s competitiveness in the market of educational services; road maps for planning, monitoring and support of the teacher’s career development.
Applications of this study: The article is intended for teachers, managers, employees of personnel services of educational organizations.
Novelty/Originality of this study: For the first time the self - learning system of the teacher professional growth is offered which is capable to exist and productively function in modern dynamic conditions at the expense of adaptive organizational mechanisms of reaction to social and economic changes.
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