Meno kolektyvo reikšmė ugdant pedagogą

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Meno kolektyvo reikšmė ugdant pedagogą
Alternative Title:
Importance of a student amateur art group in teacher training
In the Journal:
Tiltai [Bridges] [Brücken]. 2003, Nr. 1 (22), p. 77-82
Vilnius. Vilniaus kraštas (Vilnius region); Lietuva (Lithuania); Mokytojų ugdymas / Teacher education.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjamos mokytojų rengimo studentų meno kolektyve ypatybės. Atliktas tyrimas leidžia teigti, kad dalyvavimas meno kolektyve studijų metu palankiai veikia pedagogo asmenybės vertybines orientacijas bei profesinę brandą. Dalyvavimas meno kolektyve gali būti vertinamas kaip reikšmingas pedagoginės kompetencijos sociokultūrinių apraiškų ugdymo būdas. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Meninė veikla; Meno kolektyvas; Mokytojo asmenybė; Mokytojų rengimas; Profesinė kompetencija; Sociokultūrinė kompetencija; Amateur group; Artistic activities; Professional competence; Teacher personality; Teacher training.

ENThe author was involved in research carried out in order to cast some light on the importance of activities in amateur artistic groups for processes of teacher education and their impact on future teachers' professional success. After questioning a representative group of teachers it was observed that the ones who had participated in an amateur art group during the years of their studies were making their careers more successfully. A questionnaire was used to survey VPU students learning different specialties who are presently members of an amateur song and dance group. The results obtained during the survey were compared with those acquired by earlier research related to former song and dance group members having educational and other jobs at present. The same questions were given to representatives of the control group, i. e., to teachers working at secondary schools of Vilnius. The research results indicate that future teachers find professional use in amateur artistic groups' activities, yet their arguments for professional use of artistic activities are not so strong as those of in-service teachers who have already graduated. Former song and dance group members who presently have non-educational jobs feel less impact of amateur artistic activities on their professional qualities. Nevertheless, they appreciate their experience in amateur artistic groups from the hedonistic standpoint. All the responded think that an amateur student artistic group is a considerable factor of personality development whose importance is significant not only in the cultural and social aspects, but also as a supplementary means of teachers' professional education.The research which has been conducted reveals that the participation in an amateur art group during the years of one's studies not only has a positive effect on a future teacher's personality and the quality of professional readiness but is useful when studying and working at school as well. Future teachers of all specialties perceive that an amateur art group is of great importance to their personal and professional maturity. The students of the specialties which syllabuses include musical subjects consider an amateur art group to have о significant influence on their subject studies. Whereas the students of other specialties emphasize the influence of an amateur art group without relating it to their professional readiness. It is possible to offer the future educators to participate in artistic groups more actively regarding this kind of activities as a significant extracurricular aid in developing pedagogical competence. [Text from author]

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