JUSTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE OF FUTURE EDUCATORS PROFESSIONAL FORMATION REQUIRED FOR THE PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN PREPARATION FOR SCHOOL
The article deals with the problem of preparing children for school and the content of professional training of the future teacher. The indicators of child’s readiness for school are the complex of qualities and characteristics that attest to the achievements in the child’s development. These indicators should be considered as the diagnostic basis for the training, developmental and educational activities of educators. The readiness to schooling is understood by as the necessary and sufficient level of mental and social development of a child for the mastering a school academic curricula. Is is one of the most important results of the personality’s mental development in the preschool period of childhood. The fundamental nature of knowledge implies the depth and breadth of general philosophical, cultural, psychological and pedagogical, special knowledge received by a future educator. The psycho-pedagogical training provides: knowledge of the main provisions of pedagogical and psychological science; understanding the nature and regularities of the educational process, linkages between training, education and personality development at each age stage. Preparing for school involves general and special training. The first is physical, intellectual, personal and volitional readiness, and the second is the willingness to be involved in the assimilation of subject knowledge, skills and abilities. The very same readiness for learning at school is seen as an integrative result of these activities, that is the end of early childhood and contributes to the conditions and requirements of schooling.
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