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Professional Representations of Students in Context of the Development of Digital Technologies

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In this paper, the authors reveal the peculiarities of the ideas of students of pedagogical specializations about the profession in the context of the development of digital technologies. The purpose of the research is to study the peculiarities of the ideas of students of pedagogical specializations about the profession in the context of the development of digital technologies. The paper analyzes the main theoretical approaches to the study of the peculiarities of the formation of ideas about the profession of teaching personnel. The specific features of professional pedagogical activity are considered. The possibilities of vocational education in the context of the development of digital technologies are analyzed. The study involved 122 respondents—students of pedagogical specializations of the Southern Federal University. The research methods were psychodiagnostic techniques and methods of mathematical statistics. The data obtained as a result of the study will allow identifying areas in the context of the development of digital technologies, which will determine effective methods of personal self-realization in the context of the profession being acquired, optimize the motivational component, and allow adjusting the programs, content and forms of training for future professionals.


  • Representation
  • Students
  • Profession
  • Teachers
  • Digitalization

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Zholudeva, S., Ulybysheva, I., Ivanova, L. (2022). Professional Representations of Students in Context of the Development of Digital Technologies. In: Beskopylny, A., Shamtsyan, M. (eds) XIV International Scientific Conference “INTERAGROMASH 2021”. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 247. Springer, Cham.

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