Features of formation of pedagogical competence of a university teacher in the leading countries of the world
The main purpose of the article is to study the main aspects of the formation of the pedagogical competence of a university teacher in leading countries. The idea of forming a unified educational space as an integrative system in an information society has caused a change in the cognitive situation in science, which begins to acquire excessive subject diversity associated with an immense number of information flows and with the fact that knowledge acquires a new meaning in a post-industrial society. Modern information and telecommunication technologies have led to the emergence of new methods of cognition and communication, have significantly updated the research arsenal aimed at studying nature, culture, and society. In these conditions, the issue of professional development of scientific and pedagogical workers becomes especially acute. Taking this into account, an urgent need arose in universities to create conditions for professional competence, increase the requirements for the responsibility of teachers for the results of professional activities and improve the procedures for assessing the level of professional competence of scientific and pedagogical workers. As a result of the research, the most successful foreign experience of the process of forming the pedagogical competence of a university teacher was analyzed.
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