2018 Volume 5 Issue 4

Possibilities Of Using Turkish Thinkers’ Heritage In Formation Of Future Teachers’ Professional Identity


Atemova K, Mendikulova Zh, Takibayev M, Issabekova G.
Abstract

Before declaring independence by the Republic of Kazakhstan, the educational system had been adhering to common traditions of upbringing. In the system of specialists’ training, common ideas and sources of knowledge had also been using.

Today, considering the fact of obtaining the independence by this country, using the national values and admonitions of great educators in generations’ upbringing has been regarded necessary. Therefore, in line with supporting the opinions of the Soviet teachers related to the specialists’ training, there is a need to complete and update the contents by the national education. As the heritage of Turkish enlighteners such as Al-Farabi, M.Kashkari, Zh. Balasagun and others, valuable opinions on human personality and professional qualities of teachers have been met frequently. The viewpoints of these thinkers on the personality entity of teachers have been fully corresponded to the requirements of the nowadays’ competitive specialist training, and the social demand has also been greatened.

This article has proven that along with the application of global processes in nowadays training of specialists, the national ideas must be taken into account in accordance with today’s requirements, and for this issue the heritage of Turkish thinkers would be useful. Methods and various forms of the usage of Turkish scientists’ heritage in the course of the pedagogical direction for training the specialists at Universities have been described.

In addition to this, the effectiveness of future teachers training at Universities using national qualities and considering the heritage of Turkish thinkers has been proven on the basis of experimental works, and the results have been provided.


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