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open-access-imgOpen AccessESSENTIAL AND SUBSTANTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONCEPT OF "TOLERANCE" AS A PROFESSIONAL QUALITY OF A TEACHER OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
Author(s)
I. Babenko,
G.G. Kuzmenko
Publication year2021
Publication title
vitoki pedagogìčnoï majsternostì
Resource typeJournals
PublisherPoltava V.G.Korolenko National Pedagogical University
The article analyzes the essence of the concept of "tolerance", analyzes tolerance as a professional quality of a teacher of higher education, identifies its structural components. The author is of the opinion that the key constructs of personality tolerance are: tolerance as the opposite of egoism and egocentrism; tolerance as tolerance to others; tolerance as a path to goodness, truth and compassion; tolerance and norm (sense of proportion) as part of traditional culture. Based on the systematization of research on the phenomenon of tolerance in philosophical, psychological and pedagogical aspects, it was found that tolerance is a complex complex phenomenon, which is considered in various aspects and understood as acceptance of another person's personality and personality, ability to understand emotional states, desire for dialogue and cooperation in interaction, rejection of domination and violence. The structure of this psychological construct consists of personal, cognitive, emotional and behavioral components. The specifics of personal, cognitive, emotional and behavioral components of tolerance are analyzed.  The author considers the selected components as normatively necessary for the successful activity of the teacher in the modern conditions of higher education reform. All of them are closely interdependent, each subsequent one is productive only in the presence of the previous one, formed at a sufficient level. We see the prospect of further research in the further comprehensive study of ways to prepare future research and teaching staff to cultivate tolerance.
Subject(s)computer science , construct (python library) , epistemology , personality , philosophy , programming language , psychology , quality (philosophy) , social psychology
Language(s)English
ISSN2075-146X
DOI10.33989/2075-146x.2020.26.227411

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