Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 14 (11): 1445-1451, 2013 ISSN 1990-9233
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Acmeological Aspects In Teaching
Scientific and Pedagogical Staff
Bakhytzhamal Zhorabekovna Bekzhanova, Aigul Igenovna Ahmetova, Turagaldy Abilakimovna Aldibayeva, Rabiga Tasbergenovna Igenbaeva Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abay, Almaty, Kazakhstan Abstract: This paper reveals the topicality of the study of acmeological aspects in training scientific and teaching staff in modern conditions of Kazakhstan development and the importance of acmeology development as a new interdisciplinary field of knowledge in human sciences. A historical overview of acmeology development as a science has been given. On the basis of this review, acmeology is considered as a science that studies the personal achievements and high level of skills achieved in the professional pedagogical activity; stages of its formation and classification as a scientific field have been identified. Theoretical and methodological bases of scientific and pedagogical staff training in the magistrates are substantiated. In this regard, the methodological approaches and principles to the study of acmeological training of future scientific and pedagogical staff have been identified; the problems of creating acmeologically oriented system for training future teachers have been considered, fundamental categories of training future professionals with a strong creative potential have been studied; acmeological factors (objective, subjective- objective and subjective) that influence the development of professional competence of masters have been identified that served as the basis for the formulation of the author's definition of "acmeology"; and the essence of pedagogical acmeology has been revealed. In conclusion, there are the conclusions of the theoretical study of the problem. Key words: Pedagogical acmeology
competence Professional development Acmeological factors
Methodological principles Creativity
In modern conditions of Kazakhstan development the
problems of professionalism improvement focuses on the
intellectual, moral and cultural development, professional
growth and creative independence of the future specialist.
This determines the search for and implementation of new
approaches to professional training, first of all oriented to the formation of personality, ready to act effectively in
ever-changing socio-economic conditions, the creative
mobile and capable
of continuous professional self-development and
self-improvement. In the implementation of the tasks a key
role is played by the new interdisciplinary field of
knowledge in the system of human sciences - acmeology.
The subject of this science is the laws of development
and self-development of a mature man and his creative
readiness for future professional activities.
The above conditions a high degree of urgency of
creating the acmeologically oriented system of future
teachers training and predetermines the choice of the
subject of our investigation: "Acmeological aspects of
pedagogical staff training at the stage of post-graduate
education." The purpose of the study is theoretical and
methodological substantiation of acmeological training of
the teaching staff.
Briefly analyze the stages of acmeology formation
as a science in a historical aspect. Acmeological
ideas about personality development were expressed
by many philosophers of antiquity. In the works of
ancient philosophers, the philosophical background
of acme was especially complete and consistent,
which is characterized by the peak achievements of
human thought. S.D. Pozharsky identifies the following
three stages in acmeology development in ancient
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