Technologies of organization of educational process in preschool institutions (012 Preschool education, educational degree “master”)
Department: preschool and primary education
|Semester||Amount of hours||Lecturer||Group(s)|
|9||32||Professor Halian Оlena|
|Semester||Amount of hours||Group||Teacher(s)|
|9||16||Professor Halian Оlena|
1. Requirements of the educational program
The study of the academic discipline involves the mastery of the acquirers:
a) general competence: the ability to abstract thinking, analysis and synthesis;
b) professional competences: the ability to organize the educational process in preschool education institutions using modern means, methods, techniques, technologies; the ability to provide methodical support for the educational activities of the preschool education institution; the ability to psychologically and pedagogically guide the personal development of children of early and preschool age, in particular, children with special educational needs; the ability to create and put into practice scientific developments aimed at improving the quality of educational activities and the educational environment in the system of preschool, in particular, inclusive education; the ability to carry out educational activities in order to increase the psychological and pedagogical competence of educators, parents, and the public.
2. Expected results
After studying the academic discipline, the applicants will:
– to know trends in the development of preschool education in the field of implementing innovative ideas and ensuring the quality of preschool education; to analyze the content and process aspects of the implementation of pedagogical technologies and progressive pedagogical experience in the organization of the educational process in educational institutions; identify and compare the results of the influence of different types of pedagogical technologies on the individual development of a preschool child;
– be able to design the implementation of pedagogical technologies and generate new ideas in the organization of the educational process of preschool education institutions of various types; to analyze, forecast, plan the educational process in SEN, taking into account the principles of child-centeredness, health care, inclusion, developmental education, person-oriented approach, subject-subject interaction; model the psychological and pedagogical guidance of the individual development of the child’s personality based on the use of productive pedagogical technologies; organize educational activities among the public, colleagues and parents regarding the introduction of pedagogical technologies.
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