Pages: 117-123
Codes: DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2018-10-2-117-123 378.14 74.484.4
Authors: I.I. Zatsarinskaia
Abstract: It is noted that the student personality at a higher school of culture and arts develops via acquisition of theoretical bases of theatrical performance direction that combine the works of researchers in the area and practical experiences of direction masters. Formal presentation of craft, contradictions between high theoretical and low practical (techno- logical and functional) levels of teachers professional competence, focus of the higher schools of culture and arts on the niche training of specialists in a particular area of social, cultural, artistic and performance activities, neglect of social and economic changes in the country in the educational process are mentioned as problems in training future directors of theatrical performances. It is concluded that the above problems can be solved by introduc- ing an innovative training model that integrates both traditional and innovative technologies.
Keywords: professional training of directors, competence approach, problems of profes- sional training at higher school, innovative model of training, integration of traditional and innovative technologies.
List of references:
1. Andreichuk N.V., Gavrilina L.M. Problem of self-identification in intensive cross- cultural interaction // Vestnik Baltiiskogo fderalnogo universiteta im. I. Kanta. Seria: Gumanitarnyie i obshchestvennyie nauki. 2005. No 3. P. 20-27. [in Russian]
2. Belaia N.S. Forming professional competences of future directors of theatrical performances at higher schools of culture and arts by means of transformation model. Authors transcript. Diss.... Cand. Sci. (Education). Moscow, 2016. 24 p. [in Russian]
3. Bondarevskaia E.V., Kulnevich S.V. Paradigm approach // Pedagogika. No10. . 23-31. [in Russian]
4. Gavrilina L.M. Interactivity as a fundamental principle of the contemporary education paradigm. Optimization of educational process at a modern university / Edit. A.G. Kazako- va. M.: MGUKI, 2014. P. 89-95. [in Russian]
5. Gorelov N.A., Melnikov O.N. Change of educational paradigms as a condition of student personality creative development and professional competences forming // Kreativnaia ekonomika. 2013. No 3 (75). P. 15-23. [in Russian]
6. State educational standard of higher professional education in the sphere of culture and arts. Speciality: Direction of theatrical performances and festivals. M.: 2003. [in Russian]
7. Evsin S.O. Traditional and innovative methods of teaching the future directors of theatrical performances and festivals // Contemporary Higher Education: Innovative Aspects. 2017. Vol. 9. No 1. P. 145-151.[in Russian]
8. Zemsh M.B. Business training game at a humanitarian higher school: theory and practice. M.: Akademia estestvoznania, 2012. 69 p. [in Russian]
9. Kuznetsova E.I. On the problem od dialogue in a modern media culture // Vestnik Nizhegorodskogo universiteta im. N.I. Lobachevskogo. 2009. No 6-1. P. 270-275. [in Russian]
10. Nalitkina O.V. Competence approach as a basis for a new educational paradigm // Izvestia Rossiiskogo gosudarstvennogo pedagogicheskogo universiteta im. A.I. Gertsena. 2009. No 94. P. 170-174. [in Russian]
11. Order of the Ministry of Education and science of the Russian Federation of 12 March 2015 No 205 On approving the federal state educational standard of higher education in training program 51.03.05 Direction of theatrical performances and frstivals (Bachelor level). [Electronic resource] Available at // SPS Garant. Informatsionno- pravovoie obespechenie. [in Russian]
12. Ragozina G.A., Koniakhina I.V. Significance of competence paradigm in education // Privolzhskii nauchnyi vestnik. 2014. No 2 (30). P. 159-166. [in Russian]
13. Slastenin V.A., Isaev I.F., Shianov E.N. Pedagogy. M.: Akademia, 2002. 576 p. [in Russian]