Ontological Approach as Basic Educational Methodology in the System of Higher Professional Pedagogical Education

Galustov Ambarcum Robertovich, Andrienko Nadejda Konstantinovna, Lukash Sergey Nikolaevich, Tupichkina Elena Alexandrovna, Hadizhat Zaynulabidovna Sharbuzova


The modernization of the Russian education determines the directives in the education of the younger generation of basic national values in the socio-historical, cultural and family traditions of Russian multinational people. New aims of Russian education also determine the change of the methodological foundations of education, in which priority should be given to ontological methodological approach associated with the change in perception of the essentials of human. The ontological approach considers the human not only as a physical being and conscious, but, above all, spiritual. The article analyzes the possibility of the ontological approach as a core methodology in the system of higher professional teacher’s education based on training of teachers in the educational sphere of the Cossack pedagogy. The realization of ideas of Cossack pedagogy in terms of higher professional pedagogical education is considered. The use of such pedagogical approaches, arising from the methodological basis, involves student-centered, anticipating approach, pedagogical support, socio-cultural animation, openness and cooperation, creative approach.

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Pedagogical education, Ontological approach, Basic educational, Russian multinational people.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7596/taksad.v6i4.1181


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