Informational and digital competence of the future primary school teacher: forming factors

  • Olena Samborskaya
Keywords: competence, pedagogical competence, information and digital competence, primary school teachers, college, ICT, technologies

Abstract

In the article, the main factors of forming the informational and digital competence of the future primary school teacher have been specified. It has been concluded that the informational and digital competence of the primary school teacher should be considered in three aspects.

It has been generalized that universal personal competence is formed throughout person’s life on all stages of education. The tasks of pedagogical education in colleges consist in providing the consistency of its development; studying the condition of competence of the student; correction and development of the student's competence; stimulation and orientation of the graduate to improve it. Formation and evolution of this type of competence relates to the tasks of each discipline that is studied within the curriculum of pedagogical education at colleges. Therefore, it has been summarized that the informational and educational environment of the college «works» for the development of universal personal competence for a future teacher.

It has been figured out that pedagogical ICT competence is based on the universal component of this competence, in particular, on such components as valuable, communicative and technological, and all the general competences, which are set out in the educational standard of a new generation. The task of preparing primary school teacher within the pedagogical education in colleges is about the rigorous formation of the aspect of competence throughout the whole learning process by studying both special informational disciplines and disciplines of vocational training. The pedagogical ICT competence of the primary school teacher, while preserving the common characteristics of any other pedagogical specialty, has essential peculiarities. It has been summarized that these peculiarities are characterized by the versatility of the refraction of the researched competence in the multidisciplinary training of the primary school teacher. It has been stated that methodical ICT competence is predetermined by the specifics of educational activity of the primary school teacher and is based on such components as valuable, communicative, technological, motivational, and reflexive.

Based on the results of the conducted research the author offers the ways of effective development of informational and digital competence of students.

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2019-10-21
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Samborskaya, O. (2019). Informational and digital competence of the future primary school teacher: forming factors. International Scientific Journal of Universities and Leadership, (1(7), 114-125. https://doi.org/10.31874/2520-6702-2019-7-1-114-125