«BASIC IDENTITY» AS A SOURCE OF DESIGN COMPETENCE FORMATION OF FUTURE TEACHERS OF TECHNOLOGIES AND DRAWING

  • I. S. Kulinka SHED «Kryvyi Rih national university» Kryvyi Rih pedagogical institute
Keywords: identity; design; design competence; the course «Fundamentals of identity»; the preparation of future teachers of technology and drawing

Abstract

For the successful development of the society, it is important to complement the science, art and manufacturing technologies, especially in the preparation of future teachers of technology and drawing. The article demonstrates the possibilities of the course «Fundamentals of identity» in the formation of designer competences of future teachers of technology and drawing on a profile «Technical and computer graphics». The article reveals the possibilities of the course «Fundamentals of identity» in the training of future teachers of technology and drawing. A list of competencies for the course «Fundamentals of identity» is formulated. When formulating goals, objectives and content of the discipline «Fundamentals of identity» takes into account specificity of activity of the teacher of technology and drawing in the information society and especially identity as a scientific discipline is taken into account. The ways of implementing a competency-based approach to learning the basics of identity of students of pedagogical university are drawn, examples of creative tasks and mind games directed on formation of design competence of students are given.

Author Biography


I. S. Kulinka, SHED «Kryvyi Rih national university» Kryvyi Rih pedagogical institute

Iuliia Sergiivna Kulinka

candidate of pedagogical sciences

The position of associate Professor at the Department of pedagogy and methods of technological education

SHED «Kryvyi Rih national university» Kryvyi Rih pedagogical institute

Published
2015-12-17
How to Cite
Kulinka, I. S. (2015). «BASIC IDENTITY» AS A SOURCE OF DESIGN COMPETENCE FORMATION OF FUTURE TEACHERS OF TECHNOLOGIES AND DRAWING. Professional Education: Methodology, Theory and Technologies, (2), 125-134. Retrieved from https://education-journal.org/index.php/journal/article/view/119