Development of creative abilities of non-teaching baccalaureates as means of professional training of computer science lecturerAuthor(s): A.G. Klepikova, candidate of Sciences, Belgorod National Research University, Belgorod, Russia, email@example.com
O.S. Reznichenko, Belgorod National Research University, Belgorod, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
T.A. Reznichenko, candidate of Sciences, associate Professor, Belgorod State National Research University, Belgorod, Russia
Issue: Volume 38, № 1
Annotation: Abstract The article presents the results of research on the development of creative abilities of non-pedagogical bachelors in progress of professional training of computer science lecturers. This research is based on the fact that in Russia some of these graduates become teaching assistants and begin to conduct practical lesson under the guidance of leading teachers (PhD), and, later finishing postgraduate school, they become lecturers and developers of university training courses. At the theoretical stage of research, the creative activity of the lecturer is described through the concept of "creativity". Diagnostic tools to measure the level of readiness of future computer science lecturers for creative activity and their professional training were developed which based on criteria and indicators. Methods of development of creative abilities of computer science lecturers in future are considered and, as the main method, the design method as the most suitable for the solution of the majority of problems in the computer science training is offered. It was concluded that this method will allow bachelors to expand the study of their disciplines, combine his old experience with new knowledge and maximize their creative abilities.
Keywords: information technologies, computer science, creative activity, development of creative abilities, criteria and indicators of the level of readiness for creative activity, methods of development of creative thinking, training of future teachers of computer science.
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