The development of goal setting and planning skills in comprehensive school teachers

Abstract

The relevance of the study: The problem addressed is highly relevant since diagnostic and methodological tools for the assessment of professional skills (goal setting and planning) in comprehensive school teachers that they need to effectively organize and manage the development of students’ personality are insufficiently developed. The aim of the study: The purpose of the article is to study the features of goal setting and planning actions as they develop in teachers of general education school within the framework of a competence-based approach to education. Methods: The questionnaire “Goal Setting and Life Planning”; author’s questionnaire “Goal setting and planning in the educational process” were used as empirical research methods. Results: The article demonstrates the effectiveness of the system of formative activities aimed at optimizing the level of goal setting and planning skills in secondary school teachers. Practical significance: The study proves the need for a set of activities that are tailored for development of professional skills of goal setting and planning in teachers in the context of modern school.

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