STIMULATING THE INTEREST IN THE TEACHING PROFESSION THROUGH THE PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE TRAINING PUBLISHED

Codruţa GAVRILĂ, Cristina TULBURE gavrila_codruta@yahoo.com
The psychopedagogical formation for obtaining the certification for teaching includes theoretical as well as practical aspects. Through the pedagogical practice, the students consolidate their theoretical knowledge and acquire abilities that they will apply in accordance with the specializations they are training in. Pedagogical practice is the activity students carry out in the established schools, where the student practitioner benefits from the support of both a university professor (didactician) and a teacher in the school (mentor). In conformity with the legislation in force, the duration of the Level One stage of pedagogical practice is two semesters, while Level Two lasts a single semester. Given the importance of this dimension which refers to the training and its practical applicability, the pedagogical training was assigned the greatest number of hours (42/semester) of the educational plan of the program for psychopedagogical formation.
: teaching profession; pedagogical training stage; student practitioner; mentor
Social Sciences
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