Model for employer-sponsored education of teachers: Opportunities and challenges

Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Fedorov, Galina Aleksandrovna Paputkova, Elena Yurevna Ilaltdinova, Irina Fedorovna Filchenkova, Mikhail Yurevich Solovev

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Abstract

The problem of the employer-sponsored education of teachers is quite urgent in the environment of the modernized education system when the requirements for the teaching staff of the comprehensive schools have stepped up. Searching forthe solution to the problems of engaging and supporting the most qualified and motivated graduates in the teaching profession, of boosting the prestige of pedagogical activities and clear understanding of the demand for qualified teachers the authors of this study have been driven to develop the variable model for the employer-sponsored education of teachers within the framework of the education field of "Education and Pedagogical Sciences". The study reveals the principal components and mechanisms for the implementation of the model and describes the characteristics of organizational and pedagogical conditions for the implementation of the employer-sponsored education of teachers as an aggregate of the interrelated circumstances that are prerequisite for efficient selection and further pre-service training of the teachers given the existing demand forthe professionals in each region, given the requirements to the set of professional skills and personal qualities that would ensure successful work and career development during the professional cycle.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)101-114
Number of pages14
JournalMan in India
Volume97
Issue number11
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2017
Externally publishedYes

Scopus subject areas

  • Cultural Studies
  • History

Keywords

  • Educational process
  • Employer-sponsored education
  • Pedagogical preconditions
  • Teacher qualification requirements
  • Teachers

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