E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Published online||04 December 2020|
Model of advanced training of physics teachers at the present stage
Moscow State Region University, 10A, st. Radio, 105005, Moscow, Russia
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This article discusses a model for training future physics teachers. The conceptual model of training future physics teachers shows the complete structure of training, methodological features of training for professional activity, future physics teachers at different stages of training: bachelor's, master's, postgraduate and professional retraining. The methodological features of the training consist in the examples of introduction of physical concepts. The article presents the evidence base for the effectiveness of the methodological system of training future physics teachers for secondary schools, lyceums and gymnasiums in the Moscow region. The article presents an approbation of the results of objective assessment of the quality of training of physics teachers, based on the results of research activities of students, achievements in all-Russian educational competitions and participation in the International competition "WorldSkills". Interaction of the Department and faculty is carried out with secondary schools, lyceums, gymnasiums, higher educational institutions in the framework of scientific and practical, scientific and methodological conferences for schoolchildren, students, teachers and teaching staff. The article highlights the factors that affect the success of training physics teachers, examples of which are: fruitful interaction with the external environment, both directly with the personal participation of representatives of educational institutions, and through networking; continuous monitoring to assess the success of teaching activities by graduates of this field of training; improving the quality of student recruitment, through the annual holding of physics Olympiads for students of secondary schools in the Moscow region.
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