Scientist and Teacher – two Facets of Being a Lecturer of High School in a Postmodern World
Keywords:educatedness, teaching, educational activities, students’ view, scientific research
The article is devoted to the problem of the dualistic unity of the values of being a teacher who is both a research scientist and an educator. The specifics of the professional combination of scientific research and practice of live teaching are considered.
The paper comprehends the extraordinary phenomenon of education in the context of the scientific and ideological paradigm of understanding, which is a professional basis for both teaching and research activities. Education is represented as a person’s spiritual face, which is formed under the influence of moral and spiritual values, which is the property of its cultural circle. The examples of stereotyped education are proposed, which leads to the idea that an indicator of human educatedness is undoubtedly the worldview and methodological layer of acquired philosophical knowledge, which embodies the spiritual world.
The reality and illusory nature of the fact of the “research point” in the activity of the scientist are reflected and the reflection of the determinants of the problem of “different personalities of scientists” is offered. The issue of teaching authors is singled out as a discourse of style, manners, creativity, content, interpretations, etc.
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