The methodology of the creation of a flowchart of teacher professional development programme in functional literacy aspect
The study has been directed to the teacher professional development perfection problem in functional literacy aspect as an integral part of holistic educational process to increase student efficiency, in compliance with the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment. The purpose is to research the historical content of the functional literacy phenomenon and approaches to a programme flowchart for teacher professional development education. A flowchart of the programme of teacher professional development has been elaborated to create an e-platform to enable teachers to master a competence-based model for further teaching and projecting educational process to form relevant functional literacy of students.
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