Experimental Study Of The Formation Of General Pedagogical Culture Of Future Officers In The Process Of Professional Training

Main Article Content

Volodimir Vasishhev , Viktoriia Prylypko , Anzhelina Shyshko , Ivan Bukhun , Oleksandr Polonskiy , Ihor Atamanenko


The article presents the results of experimental study of the formation of general pedagogical culture of future officers in the process of professional training. It has been proved that general pedagogical culture of an officer is a set of intellectual skills and abilities, formed and developed on the basis of psychological and pedagogical knowledge, feelings and motives, acquired both in the process of practical activities and through the purposeful self-training and self-education. Having analyzed a complex of literary sources it was proved that knowledge, skills and abilities, motives and feelings operate in the general pedagogical culture of military officers not abstractedly but in the functional relationship as an integral basis of each purposeful action of the officer on training and education of servicemen and personal self-development. The specifics of direct influence methods (persuasion, example, practice, encouragement, compulsion); self-education (self-commitment, self-persuasion, self-report, etc.); individual work (study and analysis of documents, observation, introductory conversation, generalization of independent characteristics, testing, etc.) in the process of future officers training at higher military educational institutions was deepened. The content and methods of gradual development of general pedagogical culture of future officers in the process of their professional training at the military higher educational institutions as commanders (chiefs), educators, teachers, servicemen mentors, humanitarian education organizers were tested experimentally. The efficiency of the proposed model in qualitative changes in the indicators of development levels of the future EG officers, whose increase was + 27,6 %, while in the CG under traditional training conditions, it was only + 5,7 %, was determined. It was established that these changes occurred due to the renewal of information training, ideological training and individual work.

Article Details