Author (s): Lilik O., Shumeiko Z.

Work place:

Lilik O.,

Doctor of Sciences (Pedagogy), Associate Professor,

Shevchenko, Chernihiv National University, «Chernihiv Coiiegium», Chernihiv, Ukraine

Shumeiko Z. Ye.

Ph.D. in pedagogical sciences,

Docent of Department of education and the Humanities,

Academy of State Penitentiary Service, Chernihiv, Ukraine

Language: Ukrainian

Scientific Herald of Sivershchyna. Series: Education. Social and Behavioural Sciences 2019. № 2 (3): 109–120


The authors of the article identify the peculiarities of introducing a synergistic approach in the professional training of future teachers of Ukrainian language and literature. On the basis of the analysis of philosophical and pedagogical researches, they formulate the basic provisions of the synergistic paradigm in education, as well as formulate the basic methodological guidelines, on the basis of which the professional competences of future teachers of Ukrainian language and literature should be formed. First, the personality of the future philology teacher is an open system that is influenced by the environment; it constantly exchanges information, as well as constantly changing states of imbalance and calm, which stimulates its development. Secondly, the development of personality of the teacher of Ukrainian language and literature is continuous, it is unlimited in time and conditions; personality is constantly self-determining and self-improving. Third, self-development, which is based on creativity, is the basis and factor of the self-creation of the personality of the teacher of the Ukrainian language and literature. Fourth, the personality of the future teacher of Ukrainian language and literature is formed in terms of subject-subjective pedagogical interaction through soft management. Fifth, pedagogical influence should inspire them to creative decisions and creativity in accordance with their abilities, that is, an important focus on the internal needs of undergraduate philologists. Sixth, influencers should promote the personal and professional development and self-development of future teachers of Ukrainian language and literature, and encourage creativity based on spirituality. Seventh, purposeful formation of the ability of future teachers of Ukrainian language and literature to probabilistic and nonlinear analysis of non-standard professional situations; developing the ability to think non-linearly, non-standardly, with special attention to the student team, to navigate in the conditions of the information society, the changing environment. Eighth, the acquisition of synergistic analysis techniques by future teachers of the Ukrainian language and literature, formation of readiness for their use in professional activity.

Key words: synergetics, methodological approach, professional competences, institutions of higher education, future teachers of Ukrainian language and literature.


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