Author: Liudmyla Khoruzha
Institution: Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
Author: Mariia Bratko
Institution: Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
Author: Olha Kotenko
Institution: Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
Author: Olha Melnychenko
Institution: Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
Author: Volodymyr Proshkin
Institution: Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
Year of publication: 2019
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Pages: 233-245
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PDF: tner/201901/tner5519.pdf

The article presents the diagnostic and analytical results of the research on higher school teachers’ competence at Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University (Ukraine). Theoretical and methodological analysis is carried out and the content of three competence profiles of lecturers in higher education is defined: professional and pedagogical, social and personal, academic, reflecting the main areas of the lecturer’s activity. Diagnostic tools of qualitative assessment of teachers’ competence components in each of the profiles are developed. The study allowed for revealing the development of certain lecturer competences according to the identified profiles: innovative, digital, management (professional and pedagogical profile), leadership, civic (social and personal profile), research, international cooperation, and scientific PR (academic profile). The results of the diagnosis are the basis for the development and implementation of a system of measures for increasing the quality and standardization activities of higher education lecturers at the institutional, national and European levels. The article provides appropriate recommendations.


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