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Pedagogical preconditions of professional development system formation of university teachers in Great Britain

E.V. Kozlova
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E. V. Kozlova
Post-graduate student of the Pedagogy and Psychology of
 the Higher School Department of Penza State Technological Academy.
An assistant of the Foreign Languages Department of
Penza State Pedagogical University named after V. G. Belinsky,
Discussed are pedagogical preconditions of professional development system formation of academic staff in universities of Great Britain in the years of 1960-s, as well as government measures to ensure higher education’ quality today.
Key words: pedagogical preconditions, quality of teaching, academic staff, academic staff development.
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