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Training of high school lecturers under condition of magistracy: synergetic and acmeologic contexts

N.G. Batechko
80,00 Р


Batechko Nina G.

Ph D “Mathematical”,

Associate professor of the department of high and applied mathematics

National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine.



Based on principal regulations of synergetic and acmeologic approaches, process of training of high school lecturers under condition of magistracy is examined. As a result of self-cognition, self-education and self-development of future high school lecturer, traced were stages of his coming into being as a professional and a personality. Proved is organic unity between future lecturer’s self-organizational level and the process of formation of his professionalism.

Key words: synergetics, acmeology, master, magistracy, high school lecturer.




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