E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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Models of teachers' trusty relations and peculiarities of interactions in educational space: empirical research
1 Institute of Psychology L.S. Vygotsky
2 Russian State University for the humanities, Moscow, Russia
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The theoretical analysis of home and foreign research shows that teacher's ability to set up trusting atmosphere in educational space is the most important factor of professional success and the guarantee of occupational health. The given research is based on the author`s concept that human trust in others is inseparable from self-trust, and the ratio of the level of expression of these two oppositely directed attitudes creates the features of trusting relations between a teacher and his (her) students. The mentioned trusting attitudes are included by the author into the teacher's communicative competence structure. A study of self-trust and trust in others among teachers revealed six different models of expression of trusting relations among teachers a model with high self-trust and trust in others; a model with high level of trust in others and medium self-trust; a model with high level of trust in others and low self-trust; a model with low level of trust in others and high self-trust; a model with low level of trust in others and medium self-trust; a model with low self-trust and low level of trust in others. An analysis of the relationships of trusting relations indicators in each of the identified models was then carried out with such qualities of communicative competence as strategies of behaviour in conflict, communicative tolerance, self-control in communication and empathy. The results showed that each empirical model of trusting relationships inherent to different teachers had different relationships with other indicators of communicative teacher`s competence included in the study. The results of the study enabled to obtain six different models of teacher-student interaction.
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