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JCR. 2020; 7(13): 409-411


INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY OF A PEDAGOG IN THE MODERN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

Ivan Bakhov, Yevheniia Lyndina, Liudmyla Malimon, Tetyana Okolnycha, Diana Kochmar.

Abstract
The article considers issues related to the innovative activities of the pedagog. The stages of introduction of innovations in pedagogical activity are offered. Criteria for pedagogical innovations are defined. The reasons for the emergence of innovations and features of the innovative potential of the pedagog are considered. Methods and tasks of activity of the pedagog of innovative orientation are defined. The principles of innovative activity of the pedagog are defined.

Key words: Science Preparation, Higher Education Institution Training, Principle of Clarity, Discipline, Pedagogy, Special Disciplines.



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