Technology of critical thinking development as forming tools for teacher professional competencies in pandemic
Keywords:education strategy, educational activity, educational program, global pandemic, higher education, personalization, educational process, professional education
The article was intended to determine the specifics of the problem of professionalization of the activities of a teacher of vocational training. The object is the professionalization of the teacher's activity. The subject is the problem of professionalizing the activities of a teacher of vocational training. A qualitative analysis of well-known literature sources in the field of technologies for the development of critical thinking in the formation of professional competencies of a higher school teacher in the context of a global pandemic has been carried out. The main methods used in the development of the article were: research methods were used to solve the set tasks: theoretical (study and analysis of scientific and pedagogical, psychological and pedagogical, reference, specialized literature, regulatory documentation on topic of research, additional professional advanced training programs; analysis, comparison, classification of the information received and generalization); empirical during an international pandemic. The following tasks are solved in the article: the concept and specificity of the phenomenon of professionalization of activity; the features of the professionalization of the activity of a teacher of vocational training are characterized; the possibilities of professional competence as a way to solve the problem of professionalization of the teacher's activity are determined.
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