Fayzullaeva Elena Dmitrievna
Кандидат психологических наук, Cand. Sci. (Psychol.), Assoc. Prof. at the Department of Preschool Education of the Faculty of Preschool and Primary Education at the Institute of Psychology and Pedagogy, Tomsk State Pedagogical University, elenfaiz@mail.ru, Tomsk

Technology of supervision in the training of bachelors at the pedagogical university as a realization of mentoring

The article presents the technology of supervision as the implementation of mentoring in the preparation of future teachers of preschool education in the context of implementing a practice-oriented approach. Supervision is looked at as a means of complicating a person in the process of professionalization, which acts as an "element" of the combined psychological system "Teacher (teacher-supervisor, mentor) – Student (student)". With the successful mastery of the stages of supervision (the preliminary stage, the stage of professional trials, the initial stage of quasi-professional activity, the main stage of quasi-professional activity, the following stages of professionalization) all the "elements" of this system-the student, the teacher, their relationships, the practice, and the professional activity are developed.
supervisory, mentoring, professionalization, practice-oriented approach, preparation of bachelors, mentor.

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