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The Influence of Leadership Awareness of Future Teachers on the Development of Their Managerial Competencies

  • Kadisha Kadyrovna Shalgynbayeva
  • Alimbekova Anar Aimoldanovna
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Complexity book series (SPCOM)

Abstract

This study examines the influe nce of leadership awareness of future teachers as a condition for development of their managerial competencies. It describes the concept of “leadership”; it also determines the importance of leadership awareness on the part of future teachers in the development of management competencies. The theoretical and methodological foundations of the research are systemic, student-centered, and competence-based approaches. In the study the notion of “management” is regarded as a subject of philosophical, psychological, and pedagogical analysis. It highlights the distinctive features of management of the educational process and the requirements for effective management. The concept of “managerial competence of the teacher” and its main components are introduced. The stages of development of leadership within students are equally presented.

Keywords

Leader Leadership Leading position Competence Competency Management Managerial competence 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Eurasia National University named after Gumilev L.N.AstanaRepublic of Kazakhstan

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