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Formation of Academic Mobility of Future Foreign Language Teachers by Means of Media Education Technologies
 
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Department of Foreign Language Teaching, College of Humanity, Wenzhou University, Wenzhou, CHINA
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Humanities and Pedagogics Academy (branch) of The Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education "V.I.Vernadsky Crimean Federal University", Simferopol, RUSSIA
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Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, RUSSIA
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Comenius University, SLOVAKIA
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Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, RUSSIA
Online publish date: 2017-12-11
Publish date: 2017-12-11
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2018;14(3):959–976
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The purpose of this research is to identify efficient forms and means of academic mobility of future foreign language teachers. The leading research method that tests hypothesis is pedagogical experiment (ascertaining, forming and control stages of experiment) and also the method of processing of quantitative results of the research. 270 future foreign language teachers took part in the experimental research where 138 respondents belonged to an experimental group and 132 future teachers belonged to a control group. the model of formation of academic mobility of future foreign language teachers was designed and scientifically grounded. Formation of academic mobility is implemented by means of media-education technologies, methodological principles which include systemic, competency-based, synergetic, student-oriented approach and the following principles such as humanization, viability, self-education, succession, continuity, dialogism. The proposed model was realized in three stages (motivational-cognitive, organizational- action-based, professional-communicative) and provided for gradual acquisition by future educators the motivation for academic migration and their ability to master their foreign language communicative competence. The purpose of the above mentioned model is to develop such personal qualities which will contribute to students’ readiness to get education in foreign educational environment. The result of the realization of the model is the formation of the academic mobility of foreign language teachers on a creative level.
 
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