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Professional competences of pedagogues for work with gifted students

I.G. Korneva, G.F. Gali, E.A. Andreeva
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I.G. Korneva is lecturer e-mail: ; G.F. Gali is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), doc. e-mail:; and E.A. Andreeva is Cand.Sci. Philology), doc. e-mail: at Kazan (Volga region) State University


Analyzed is the problem of specifics of education of gifted students. The article is aimed on identifying of professionally significant and personal qualities of pedagogues, needed for work with gifted students. The leading approach to the study of this problem is the method of historical and logical analysis of regulatory documents of foreign governments and research papers of leading scientists, dealing with issues of education of gifted personals. The principal result of the study is in identifying of modern trends of special training of pedagogues for work with gifted students abroad. Special attention is paid to professional competences and personal qualities of pedagogues. Materials of the article are oriented on professors, teachers, students, as well as on wide range of readers, interesting in problems of gifted students’ education.

Key words: gifted students’ education, professional competence, personal qualities, training of teacher.



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