Veikla meno kolektyve - mokytojų kompetencijos augimo prielaida

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Veikla meno kolektyve - mokytojų kompetencijos augimo prielaida
Alternative Title:
Artistic activities in amateur groups, as a presupposition of raising educators' competence
In the Journal:
Pedagogika. 2001, 49, p. 113-123
Kvalifikacinė kategorija; Mokytojo kompetencijos; Profesinė karjera; Meninė veikla; Meno kolektyvas.
Professional career; Professional competence; Educator; Artistic activities; Artistic groups.
Summary / Abstract:

LTTirta, ar Pedagoginio universiteto studentų meninė veikla saviveiklos kolektyve susijusi su profesine kompetencija ir karjera ateityje. Pateikiant anketas buvo apklausti VPU absolventai - buvę dainų ir šokių ansamblio dalyviai. Duomenys palyginti apklausus trijų Vilniaus vidurinių mokyklų mokytojus. Nustatyta, kad buvusių ansambliečių kompetencija yra didesnė, be to, tarp jų yra daugiau vadovų. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe educator's professional competence is constituted of two components: pedagogical value of the educator's personality and quality of his or her professional competence. Apart from knowledge, skills and abilities of the subject taught, the educator's profession also requires general pedagogical and psychological knowledge, philosophical literacy, communicative experience and all-round erudition in the fields of the subject taught, psychology, philosophy, natural sciences etc. as well as general cultural level. The educator's professional competence is only manifested under authentic conditions of independent educational activities. Nevertheless, it is acquired and developed not only in the classes of higher education institutions and not only during academic studies. Educators can only have a significant impact on their personalities when they are given conditions of spiritual development, learning to communicate and self-realisation, not only as consumers, but also as future disseminators and conveyers of the said values. Artistic groups of higher education institutions are just the right agents that could consider peculiarities of the educator's profession by way of performing purposeful development and orientation of artistic activities and developing qualities that are necessary for an educator and help him or her to act competitively at school. It is very important to know that the said directedness conforms to the artistic objectives of the group's activities. In order to find out whether artistic activities held by way of membership in amateur groups while studying at the university have impact on the educators' profession, their social status and professional qualification, some research has been performed. Questionnaires were given to educators, former students of Vilnius Pedagogical University who participated in the University song and dance group "Šviesa" during their studies in 1954-1999.Presently, they work in educational as well as non-educational spheres. The control group of the responders consisted of educators having higher education degrees and working at three secondary schools of Vilnius. The educators' professional qualification was assessed according to their qualification categories recognised in Lithuania, and their social status - according to the positions they take. The research showed that the number of educators having higher educational qualifications was higher among former members of the song and dance gruop (59%), and 50% of them take leading positions in their jobs. The proportion of highly qualified education professionals and leaders working at the schools belonging to the control group was 18% and 5% respectively. More than half (69%) of lower-qualification educators (having the teacher's and senior teacher's professional qualifications) who work at the schools researched did not participate in artistic groups during their university studies. More than half (i.e. 58%) of highly qualified teachers took part in artistic groups and activities during their studies. The majority (86%) of the leaders who participated in the research are former members of amateur artistic groups. The figures presented above lead to the conclusion that artistic activities performed in the period of the responders' studies have significant relations with educators' professional competence and their career. [From the publication]

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