Molokov Dmitry Sergeevich
Кандидат педагогических наук, Assoc. Prof., Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University K. D. Ushinsky, dsmolokov@mail.ru, Yaroslavl
Khodyrev Aleksandr Mikhailovich
Кандидат педагогических наук, Assoc. Prof., Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University K. D. Ushinsky, a.khodyrev@yspu.org, Yaroslavl
Danilova Larisa Nikolaevna
Доктор педагогических наук, Assoc. Prof., Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University K. D. Ushinsky, yar-da.l@mail.ru, Yaroslavl


Problem and Aim. The article is devoted to the analysis of the system of values and axiological bases of development of the Soviet system of pedagogical education. The purpose of the article is to determine the composition and content of the values of the Soviet system of training of teachers and to justify the dependence of the system of values of pedagogical education on the factors affecting it. Methodology. The main tool of the study was a systematic approach focused on the study of the properties of social systems and structures. Such consideration means a view of the system of teacher training as a whole, as an independent and unique system associated with other spheres of public life. Structural analysis allowed us to correlate the factors affecting pedagogical education in the USSR with the system of values that have developed in this historical period. Due to the fact that the study is retrospective in nature, it was applied historical-typological, comparative-historical and historical-genetic methods. Obtaining objective data contributed to the source and historiographical analysis. It should be noted that the authors systematized and patented an electronic database of sources of pedagogical education [7]; the article reflects only a small part of them, which demonstrates the manifestation of a particular value of teacher training. Factorial, classification and dialectical analysis, as well as abstraction and systematization contributed to the solution of research problems. On the basis of the analysis of historic-pedagogical sources the values and axiological bases of the system of pedagogical education of the Soviet era are defined. The composition of the values of professional training of teachers of this period is defined and structured. The dependence of the content of values on external and internal factors of development of pedagogical education in the USSR is revealed. As a result of the conducted research, it was found that the values of pedagogical education, developed in the Soviet period of history, represent a complete unique system. In conclusion, the author summarizes the values of the Soviet system of pedagogical education, the composition and content of which testifies to the uniqueness of professional training of teachers in the Soviet Union. The results indicate the need to take into account the historical system of values in the course of further modernization of continuous pedagogical education, in General, and institutions for the training of teachers, in particular.
values, system of values, content of values, teacher training, pedagogical education, Soviet era

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