Nagymzhanova, K.M.
November 2013
In the World of Scientific Discoveries / V Mire Nauchnykh Otkryt;2013, Issue 47.1, p77
Academic Journal
Modern trends in a society determines the necessity of correspondence between quality of training of university graduates and requirements of knowledge economy which determine posession by a teacher not only a set of necessary expertise but capability to create them in future, ability to orientate oneself in difficult pedagogical situations. The authors emphasize importance of development of creative thinking of future teachers in higher education institute environment; different approaches to the problem of creative thinking, its formation in educational environment of an university are considered. The results of study of creative thinking of future teachers are given, pedagogical technologies for development of students' creative thinking are described.


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