Vituhnovskaya A. A. Development of teacher's professional competence in the context of building ICT skills at primary school. LIFELONG EDUCATION: The 21st Century.
2013. № 4.
2013. № 4.
Lifelong learning in the modern world: the research and design methodology
Development of teacher's professional competence in the context of building ICT skills at primary school
|Vituhnovskaya A A|
PhD, associate professor at the Department of Theory and Methodology of Teaching Mathematics and ICT Technology in Education at the Faculty of Mathematics (Petrozavodsk State University).
ICT competence (ICT skills)
Federal State Educational Standard for Primary-level General Education
Abstract: One of the directions of education informational support is forming students’ information and communication competence (ICT-competence). The first step of this ongoing task-oriented process supervised by the teacher is primary school level. Basic requirements for primary school graduates’ ICT-competence are displayed in the Federal State Educational Standard for Primary-level General Education (FSES PGE). The development of ICT competence is based on students' skills and knowledge analysis. This paper focuses on developing the framework of teacher's professional competence. The research involved content- analysis of «Tentative Basic Curriculum of an Educational Institution (for Primary School)» as well as the analysis of students' skills and knowledge according to the sub-curriculum «ICT Competence Development».
The framework of teacher's professional competence is developed on the basis of skill analysis: special subject competence (in computer science), special didactic competence (in computer science), special subject competencies (in the subjects of primary school), special ICT competence. Mastering these competencies allows a teacher to build students' ICT skills, as evidenced by the practices of primary school teachers of computer science training at the Department of Primary Education at Karelian State Pedagogical Institute.
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