Maksimova Elena Aleksandrovna
Кандидат педагогических наук, Foreign languages department, assistant professor, Saratov Socio-Economic Institute of Plekhanov University of Economics, maksimolena@yandex.ru, Saratov


Problem and aim. The article shows a paradox of the modern condition of the system of professional education. It is aimed at the socially anticipated competence-coded result, while essentially it is a socio-cultural form of the individual development of a person. The purpose of the article is to provide a brief review of the theoretical research of anthropological understanding of the competence basis of modern education. Methodology. The research is carried out on the basis of the combination of the anthropological approach to the content of education and competence approach to its results. The role of the teacher on the process of the students’ becoming a professional is underlined. The essence of the anthropological approach is revealed. It is the orientation of the system of professional education on the meeting of the individual needs through discovering multifactorial sources of personal development. Anthropological understanding of project work is shown as the reveal of the resources for personal development. It is shown that hierarchy of pedagogical values is changed due to the accent on the whole educational process rather than goal achievement. Changes in the understanding of pedagogical professionalism are marked. The conclusion is drawn that it is possible to combine orientation of the professional training on the result with its orientation on the individual personal development when competence-oriented professional education is supplemented with the anthropological component.
anthropological approach in the professional education, competence-oriented activity, anthropic technologies, result of the education

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