PARAMETERS OF THE CONFLICTING COMPETENCY OF THE STUDENTS – FUTURE TEACHERS IN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The development of social competencies is of huge importance for young people of the 21st century. The contemporary, dynamic world requires skills for effective communication and dialogic behavior, quick adaptation, decision – making and high conflict avoidance culture.
The object of the research are the possibilities of forming social competencies, in particular, the ability of conflict avoidance in the development of educational technological processes. The goal is to study the parameters of conflict culture in future teachers in technological education. In the context of the current research, the social competence is studied as a means of problem solving, conflict avoidance, empathy display, assertiveness, the willingness of being constructive, and socially responsible dialogic behavior. The results of the implemented empiric study of the social competency “conflict avoidance“ are displayed as well.
In the conducted empirical study with pedagogics students, the development dynamics of the social competency “conflict avoidance” is followed, using the TKI: Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument. The conclusions made refer to the pedagogical effectiveness of the project based method for the formation of conflict-avoidance culture.
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