Omelchenko Elizaveta Aleksandrovna
Кандидат педагогических наук, Sci. (Pedag.), Prof. of the Theory and Methodology of Preschool Education, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, eliam@mail.ru, Novosibirsk


The article is devoted to consideration of the promotion of a culture of self-expression of future teachers. Describes the significant characteristics of this phenomenon emanating from the essence of self-organized and educational activities. Revealing the cultural peculiarities of expression of the teacher, the author shows which of them it is necessary to Orient the educational process in higher educational institutions, most assisting the formation of the considered culture. The article is listed on the six relevant conditions: isolation in the classroom through meaningful lines associated with the cultural expression of the teacher; the introduction into curricula of relevant subjects; organization of activity of students with a focus on the formation of their culture of self-expression; a high level of culture of self-expression teachers; in a certain way-organized educational environment of the University.
self expression, culture expression of the teacher, the students, the educational process of the University, a culture of self-expression.

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