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The article is based on the idea of conjugation between social and personal factors in the preparation of a teacher of Physical Education (PE). It creates the conditions for building a harmonious relationship with the surrounding world, finding one’s place in society, vocational orientation, formation of readiness for adaptability and mobility in the future vocational activity.
The conditions, ensuring the formation and development of vocational mobility of the future teacher of PE in the socio-cultural educational space of high school, are dialogization, taking part of the future experts in project activities at various levels.
We have considered the process of formation and development of vocational mobility of the future expert in the social and cultural educational space of high school within the framework of the continuing education system.
The concept of continuing education involves the inclusion of dialogue relationship, which contributes to the formation and development of vocational mobility of the future teacher of PE at all levels: knowledge, skills, creativity, experience in value and emotional orientation.
The transition from one level of formation of vocational mobility to the other one in the socio-cultural educational space of high school is provided by the realization of the complex of strategic conditions and pedagogical tactics (pedagogical support, educational accompaniment, enhance social and vocational values), which contribute to the development of the readiness of the future teachers of PE to changes, innovations in the process of vocational activity.
Keywords: vocational mobility, educational space, continuing education, strategies and tactics of vocational mobility.
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