• Suzana Nikodinovska Bancotovska “Ss Cyril and Methodius” University, Faculty of Pedagogy “St Kliment Ohridski”, Skopje



Teacher, Competences, Profession, Teaching


The teaching profession is built upon the initial education on relevant pedagogical faculties, and further upgraded and improved through continuing education through various forms of professional development.
The competencies of the teacher for realization of educational activity represents the content and function of its professional obligations. Global taxonomy of teacher’s competences are consisted of pedagogical competencies and professional competencies.
The pedagogical competence of the teacher has one main characteristic - it enables the organization and realization of educational process. The professional competences of the teacher, in fact, represent the competence and commitment to implement the teaching.
The subject of research in this paper is the professional competences of the teachers. The research is focused on the identification of the professional competencies of the teacher, with the possibility of extension and deepening of the established taxonomy with new competences.
The professional qualifications of teachers are closely related to the profile and characteristics of the educational system. Partial and global changes in educational systems have led to changes in competence of the teacher. In order to establish more successful future projection of the impact of teacher’s competences on all school activities and arising results, the proposed changes will focus on: improving the quality of working conditions in primary schools - the basic requirements to equip with modern educational technology; changes in curriculum placement; greater efficiency of educational work; systematic assessment of the teacher, which will result in raising its position in society.


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How to Cite

Nikodinovska Bancotovska, S. (2015). THE ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS OF TEACHERS TO THEIR COMPETENCES. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 3(1), 99–103.

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