Modern Technologies in the Process of Determining the Professional Suitability of Freshmen Students of a Teacher Training College

Natalya Koroleva, Marina Achaeva, Nadezda Pospelova


One of the main problems in determining the professional suitability of freshmen in educational institutions is the shortage of signifi-cant social and professional experience among them. The actuality of the topic is caused by the problem of determination of professional suitability of students in teaching profession and planning their future career, as well as the functioning of the modern labor market and meeting the needs of the state in the labour force. The purpose of the article is to analyze the state of professional self-determination of college students, to identify the most suit-able future specialists, to conduct a study of their motivational sphere and enterprising attitude to their activities. The leading method in the research is the method of the socio-psychological attitudes of the individual diagnosis in the need- motivational sphere created by O. F. Potyomkina, also the method of the individual diagnosis on the motivation for the success by T. Ehlers, al-lowing to reveal professional suitability to the teaching career of a of college freshmen. As a result of the study the practical significance which lies in de-termining the students' readiness for the responsible choice of a profession by means of modern technologies, and allows to be a demanded employee in the labor market and develop them professionally and personally was re-vealed.


career choice, vocational guidance, professional determination, professional suitability, teaching profession, motivation for success

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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