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The Development of Student Psychological Readiness for Teaching Tool

Student: Andrei Samoderzhenkov

Supervisor: Elena Kardanova

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Measurements in Psychology and Education (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The work is devoted to the development of a theoretical model of the student’s psychological readiness for pedagogical activity. During the work, the most modern concepts in the problem area were considered. A proprietary model has been developed in which theoretical relationships are established between the concepts of the residency of a person, teachers, and the student’s psychological readiness for teaching. A number of original techniques have been selected for the diagnostic components of the student’s psychological readiness for pedagogical activity. A translation and adaptation of a number of techniques into Russian was made. A full adaptation cycle was made in the Kazakh language using two independent translations and a final reconciliation translation (translation with the participation of persons who speak both languages). A test set of techniques was prepared and implemented by respondents from Russia and Kazakhstan. The psychometric characteristics of the selected methods are analyzed using the methods of classical test theory and IRT. The scaling of the results and methods of calculating a single indicator (index) reflecting the psychological readiness of the student for independent pedagogical activity was carried out. The criterion validity of the student’s psychological readiness index for pedagogical activity was verified.

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