HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL APPROACH TO THE PROCESS OF STUDYING OF GENERAL PEDAGOGICAL DISCIPLINES
The article analyzes the historical and cultural approach to the implementation of the principle of historicism to resolve the educational and breeding problems. It defined the components, which forms the methodological culture taking into account the innovative ideas and values from the past periods of educational thought development in Ukraine. It proved the necessity of connection between the history of pedagogical science and the real problems of theory and practice of pedagogy nowadays.
Modern pedagogical university should propose a scheme for not only the assimilation and use of knowledge already in the process of learning and teaching practices, their understanding of the unity of disciplines. The need for integrating forms of knowledge, its use and problem are caused by the restructuring of higher education. The idea of dismantling the higher education standards in the global market for the college can be realized through the idea of pedagogical universities. This idea foresaw the changes to increase the array of general knowledge along with professional. Integrating knowledge will facilitate distribution of creative material for individual schemes modeled not for his/her learning, but in order to the use of variant.
A current teacher has a high level of not only professional, but also general training. General education does not mean "omniscience", and the whole thinking capability that covers the relationship of individual branches of knowledge. A teacher in the process of integrating practical actions in their various fields of scientific knowledge works to understand himself and to teach students to solve economic and social problems.
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