Comparative Analysis of Evaluation the Teachers' Pedagogical Competence at the Institutions of Higher Learning in Ukraine and the USA

Zvarych, Iryna Mykolaivna
July 2013
World Applied Sciences Journal;2013, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p1304
Academic Journal
Education is a basis of the state development, which always represents interests of society and performs its social order on the put tasks, forms public demands on knowledge and prospects. This article is focused on the theoretical foundations of evaluation the USA teachers' pedagogical competence; methodological foundations of its diagnosis which are found out; the determinations of theoretical and methodological foundations the teachers' pedagogical competence are formulated; the comparative analysis table of evaluation the teachers' pedagogical competence in Ukraine and USA is presented. There is a requirement of reforming the higher education, modernization the Institutions of Higher Learning, improvement the quality of educational services in connection with society development and that is a matter of studying the foreign experience, for introduction the advanced newest technologies in education process and a successful development of education. It's concerning especially those transformations of innovation branches which add weightiness to the Ukrainian diplomas of specialists to the world standards requirement in general.


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