Influence of special learning technology on the effectiveness of pedagogical ethics formation in future teachers

Bissembayeva Nagima

NJSC Pavlodar Pedagogical University, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan.

Nurgaliyeva Saniya

Ataturk University, Erzurum, Republic of Turkey.

Yespolova Gulden

Sarsen Amanzholov East Kazakhstan University, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan.

Zeinolla Saule

Branch of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Almaty, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Satynskaya Aisulu

NJSC Pavlodar Pedagogical University, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan.

Makhmetova Nazigul

NJSC Pavlodar Pedagogical University, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan.


Keywords: Influence, Formation pedagogical ethics, Learning technology, Future teachers, Pedagogical process, High school.


This study aims to identify the effectiveness of special training technology in the formation of the pedagogical ethics of future teachers, the problem of a regional university in the formation of pedagogical ethics among students and how the entire formation pedagogical ethics process takes place. The study included 102 students (aged 18–22) with pedagogical profiles who were all present. Expert assessment method, a scaling method for studying the level of formedness of the future teacher’s professional ethics, a survey of students and teachers (questions with attached assessment characteristics), questioning, including the ranking of value orientations and observation of the process of pedagogical ethics formation among future teachers were used. The revealed results have shown that the propensity and willingness of students for future pedagogical activity, their desire for continuous self-education and self-improvement as well as a creative and responsible attitude towards their profession have not been formed. It was necessary to involve future teachers in a specially designed programme aimed at developing pedagogical ethics as a method of self-regulation in the educational process and within the framework of the organisation of students’ extracurricular activities.


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