Communicative Competency as Teacher's Integrative Ability for Musical Communication

By Kobozeva, Inna Sergeevna; Mironova, Marina Petrovna et al. | Asian Social Science, April 2015 | Go to article overview

Communicative Competency as Teacher's Integrative Ability for Musical Communication


Kobozeva, Inna Sergeevna, Mironova, Marina Petrovna, Chinyakova, Nadezhda Ivanovna, Asian Social Science


Abstract

Article is devoted to finding of ways of development of communicative competence of students of pedagogical higher education institution. Authors analyzed the main tendencies of researches in this problem area. Authors see development of communicative competence of the teacher as the solution of a question which allows to carry out communication of the teacher with pupils means of music. As a result of research personal signs of communicative competence were revealed and its professional importance is defined. In work diagnostics of level of formation of musical and communicative culture at students of pedagogical higher education institutions is described. These researches were conducted in Federal public budgetary educational institution of higher education "The Mordovian state teacher training college of M. E. Evsevyev" and in Federal public budgetary educational institution of higher education "The Yaroslavl state pedagogical university of K. D. Ushinsky". As a result of research characteristics of communicative competence were found out and the educational and concert component of training of the teacher-musician which opens author's approach to development of communicative competence as to integrative ability of musical communication of the teacher is allocated.

Keywords: communication, competence, integration, communication, music education, teacher, educational concert

1. Introduction

1.1 Introduce the Problem

The modern approach to higher musical pedagogical education focuses attention on training completely new specialists possessing common cultural and vocational competences, knowing innovative technologies and able to solve professional problems in the sociocultural sphere. Achievement of this objective will make it possible to train socially appreciated teaching musicians good at creative interaction between the musical culture of the society and personality; will help to train teachers oriented towards ideas of developing a person as a subject of musical culture.

1.2. Explore Importance of the Problem

As evidenced by the foregoing, the content of teachers' training musical education is to undergo serious changes. This owes to the fact that traditional education practice having subject-disciplinary basis does not correspond to the nature of specialist's future professional activities, especially in the field of musical activities where pedagogical and musical components appear in unity. The negative consequences of this education model are defined by accentuating the formal technical aspect of education to the detriment of the notional practice-oriented load of a discipline. As a result, it "leads" a graduate to "locking" oneself to the limits of certain specific character of the field.

1.3 State Hypothesis and Their Correspondence to Research Design

This is exactly the reason why the question arises as to the innovative system of training specialists implemented through bachelor's and master's education programs the fundamental properties of which are variability and individual oriented way of acquiring competencies. The underlying conditions of this process are practice-oriented direction and integration of pedagogy and musical arts. Running through all the spheres of human activities, forming today's real circumstances, integrity greatly defines the peculiarities of modern thinking style and is itself appointed one of the main principles of developing content of continuing pedagogical education. So the problem is important because of the requirements not articulated before to graduates of teachers' training institutions of higher education, including for the field of musical education.

2. Method

The modern labour market, which is mainly characterized by flexibility, changeability, high innovative dynamics, demands much of graduates of teachers' training institutions of higher education. Among them are readiness for continuing self-education and modernization of vocational qualification, business communication, cooperation (collaboration), ability to take crucial decisions, critical thinking, independent controlling behaviour and activities, skills of working with different sources of information, etc. …

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