The Development of Digital Competence of Future Teachers in the Process of Distance Learning
Keywords:digital competence,, information technologies,, future teachers,, professional training,, distance learning
The article digital competence is considered, on the one hand, as a component of professional competence, and on the other – as a level of personal digital culture. The structure of the studied phenomenon defines the motivational component (motivation to use digital technologies in professional activities, focus on collective interaction, the desire to succeed through the possession of information technology); cognitive component (level of knowledge on the application of digital technologies in professional activities); activity component (skills and abilities to use digital technologies for the organization of educational activities and solving professional problems); personal component (ability to self-study, professional self-development in a digital society).
The pedagogical conditions for the development of digital competence of future teachers are substantiated: creation and maintenance of the digital environment of a higher education institution; activation of independent educational and cognitive activity of students by means of information and communication technologies; actualization of innovative directions and technologies of development of digital competence of future teachers in distance learning. The research was conducted with the students of the first (bachelor's) level of higher pedagogical education. The results of diagnostic sections have been generalized, statistical analysis of which testifies to the effectiveness of the developed system of development of digital competence of future teachers.
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