The study of the influence of contemporary transformations in the professional development of teachers Yakutia

Lead Author Galina, Solomonova
Theme Theme 4: Building Long-term Human Capacity
Session Name 4.1 Lifelong Professional Education in the Present Context of Transformation and Their Impact on the Quality of Life
Datetime Wed, Sep 14, 2016 11:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Presentation Type Oral
Abstract text Nowadays it has become one of the most urgent problem of global urbanization - an objective process that affects all peoples, nations and cultural types, causes profound changes in all the aspects of human life and society as a whole.
Among teachers Yakutia conducted an opinion poll. Received the first results of the survey at this time is data processing and preparation of materials for the analytical interpretation.
The answers to specific questions show a picture of the general perception of life teachers.
It appreciated the quality of life of 10.9% in relation to the assessment of low 7.6%, and the degree of satisfaction with its quality varies by 1.1%. As a large proportion, evaluation of quality of life as the average: 46.7%. Overall, 29.3% are satisfied with life, to a great degree - 15.2%. Given that quality of life is inextricably linked to health, assessed his condition high 8.7%, relative to healthy 19.6% consider themselves. Average health - more than half - 55.4%.
In this worldview influence the fullness of his life meaning feeling the majority of respondents, respectively, average - 49, or 53.3%, relatively much - 18, or 19.6%, very strong - 10, or 10.9%, but the question "To what extent do you feel that your life has meaning?" 35.9% of respondents answered "Average" 1 respondent indicated that his life has no meaning. Value assessment "relatively weak" and "very much" is expressed as 5:13.
Sociological research among teachers Saha and representatives of indigenous peoples of the North will allow to study the effect of additional vocational training (in the context of life-long education) teachers on the attitude of Yakutia, the Arctic regions to the need for self-development and continuing education; psychological and pedagogical features of training Yakut teachers; features continuous professional education of teachers in the context of the general trends of development of education, as well as the formation of professional and ekstrafunktsionalnyh (social) competences of teachers.
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