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Supply and Demand in the Training of Pedagogical Personnel
[Спрос И Предложения В Системе Повышения Квалификации Педагогических Кадров]

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  • Lenskаyа, Е. (Ленская, Елена)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

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The situation in the Russian education in recent decades has changed dramatically - there is a new electronic environment; changed enrollment (migrants, inclusion of children with HIA), new educational standards, built on the competent approach and new forms of educational measurement. International surveys (PISA, TALIS, PIRLS, McKinsey research fund) indicate that the quality of modern education is directly dependent on the quality of teacher training. However, the form and content of the training and professional development of teachers not take sufficient account of these changes. These studies suggest that Russian teachers do not get a lot of services that they demand, or the quality of these services does not suit them. Building Skills in fact no one is accountable and responsible for their performance. Interest in professional development of teachers in falls. The main objective: To evaluate the needs of teachers in Russia in the content, forms and methods of training and the degree of satisfaction of the system training, to compare them with those of the countries that demonstrate high educational results and make recommendations to optimize system performance.

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  • Lenskаyа, Е. (Ленская, Елена), 2015. "Supply and Demand in the Training of Pedagogical Personnel
    [Спрос И Предложения В Системе Повышения Квалификации Педагогических Кадров]
    ," Published Papers mak17, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:ppaper:mak17
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    training of pedagogical personnel; pedagogics; education; Russia;

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