Training Future Teachers to Develop Conscious Self-Regulation of Voluntary Activities
T.V. Zobnina, L.P. Kislyakova, O.M. Mishagina, S.S. Sedova, A.A. Efremov
Available Online July 2019.
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- training, self-regulation, activity self-regulation, teachers-to-be.
- One of the most important psychological factors of efficient educational process is the ability of the teacher to consciously regulate their voluntary activities: for instance, their behaviour, their communication etc. In this respect, developing this kind of skill in students (teachers-to-be) during their university course appears to be of vital importance. The present paper is aimed at sharing the results obtained within the framework of the conducted experiment. The main objective of the latter was to implement the programme of training future teachers to develop their conscious self-regulation of voluntary activities. The theoretical approaches used in the research were the analysis of other psychological and educational surveys on the subject under study, induction, deduction and modelling. Observation, testing and educational experiment were used as empirical approaches to the survey. The major technique used in the research was "The Style of Behaviour Self-Regulation (SBSR)" designed by V.I. Morosanova. While processing the information concerning the results of the survey we used techniques of quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Mathematical and statistical data processing was performed by means of "SPSS Statistics 17.0" service pack.
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TY - CONF AU - T.V. Zobnina AU - L.P. Kislyakova AU - O.M. Mishagina AU - S.S. Sedova AU - A.A. Efremov PY - 2019/07 DA - 2019/07 TI - Training Future Teachers to Develop Conscious Self-Regulation of Voluntary Activities BT - Proceedings of the Internation Conference on "Humanities and Social Sciences: Novations, Problems, Prospects" (HSSNPP 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 483 EP - 489 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/hssnpp-19.2019.91 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/hssnpp-19.2019.91 ID - Zobnina2019/07 ER -