E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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|Published online||04 December 2020|
Relationship of representations about the object of activity and time perspectives for teachers of different ages
1 Southern Federal University, Russia, Rostov-on-don
2 Don State Тechnical University, Russia, Rostov-on-don
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The article analyzes the problem of professionalization of the individual in pedagogical activity. The results of an empirical study of the ideas of teachers of different ages about the object of their professional activity are presented. It is shown that at each stage of professionalization, with an increase in the length of teaching experience, the assessment of the attitude to time changes, and through this – the assessment of the individual's attitude to the surrounding reality in General, as well as to himself, his experience and future prospects. Significant relationships between indicators of teachers ' perceptions of the object of professional activity and indicators of the time perspective of teachers of different ages are shown. The study involved 148 College teachers. Work experience varies from 1 year to 40 years. Age limits from 20 to 63 years. To confirm the research hypothesis that there may be significant relationships between professional ideas and time perspectives among teachers of different ages, we used a set of methods, including: "Questionnaire aimed at the study of ideas about the object of activity (E. I. Rogova)," F. Zimbardo's time perspective Questionnaire (ZTPI)". Methods of mathematical and statistical processing, presentation of the obtained data: descriptive statistics, determination of the reliability of differences: according to the Kruskal-Wallace criterion. Empirically, it is established that there are significant relationships between the assessment of attitudes to time and ideas about the object of activity in teachers of different ages.
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