DEVELOPMENT OF UNIVERSITY TEACHER’S INNOVATIVE CULTURE

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Sergeeva MG
Serebrennikova AV
Nikolaeva MV
Suslennikova EE
Bondarenko NG
Shumeyko AA

Keywords

Humanitarian Subjects, Innovative, Culture, Pedagogical Environment, Moral Values

Abstract

Purpose: The aim of research is to analyze the development of university teacher’s innovative culture.


Methodology: This is an analytical-descriptive research that obtained data from questionnaires and interviews. Content analysis and model structure have been used to analyze the data.


Main Findings: Results showed that the formed teacher’s innovative space brings a future specialist to the understanding that the quality of life depends on the laborious work on one’s own spirituality, morality and worldview. The future specialist gets experience of professional activity on the basis of universal humane values, which is the main result of the modeled innovative culture in the pedagogical space.


Applications: This research can be used by teachers, the education system and graduate students.


Novelty/Originality: For the first time, modelling the innovation process of teachers has been studied.

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