DOI: https://doi.org/10.31499/2306-5532.1.2020.211316

METHODOLOGY ASPECTS OF SCIENCE TEACHERS' ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT: EUROPEAN AND UKRAINIAN PERSPECTIVE

Natalia Kurysh

Abstract


The methodical aspects of the formation of entrepreneurial competence of teachers of Science teachers in the institutions of in-service teacher education are defined in the article. The analysis of theoretical views of Ukrainian and European scientists to the definition of critical concepts are held: “teaching methods”, “traditional methods”, “interactive methods”, “blended learning”, “project method”.

Based on the conducted diagnostic the level of awareness of Science teachers related to the development of the entrepreneurship key competency is identified, and educational process of the institutions of in-service teacher education is updated by disseminating the European experience.

Methodological bases of teacher training in European educational environ-ment are revealed, and national perspectives, which are based on the principles of variability and interrelation of traditional and interactive methods, which provide the formation of entrepreneurship competency of Science teachers in the system of in-service teacher education are justified.

The practical orientation of the use of interactive methods in the professional training of teachers is substantiated, which contributes to the positive dynamics of the formation of entrepreneurial competence of Science teachers.


Keywords


teaching methods; traditional methods; interactive methods; blended learning; project method.

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