Profession-oriented Educational Technologies in Teacher Training at Pedagogical University in Russia

Document Type: Original Article


1 Pedagogics Chair, Omsk State Pedagogical University, Omsk, Russia

2 Pedagogics Chair, Omsk State pedagogical university, Russia

3 Foreign Languages Department, Omsk State Pedagogical University


The article deals with the problems of profession-oriented training at Pedagogical University. The authors show the major perspectives on more profession-oriented training of future teachers that are opening in cooperation between Pedagogical University and educational institutions of different types within the framework of university-supervised chairs. The experience of Omsk State Pedagogical University in such cooperation is studied[1] to find out what profession-oriented educational technologies are mostly wide-spread in the work of university-supervised chairs and what their contribution to practice-oriented training is. The authors analyze the reports given by the university-supervised chairs at the end of the year, narratives and interviews with school teachers and university lecturers. The problems and perspectives of using profession-oriented educational technologies are also discussed in the article. To conclude with, innovative profession-oriented educational technologies (project seminar, clinical supervision, action research) are recommended for further work within the framework of university-supervised chairs.



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