As informative and cognitive paradigm of modern higher education in Ukraine does not perform its constructive social mission, it must give up the place to the socio-cultural paradigm, which implies harmony of the components of national and cultural experiences: science, religion, art and culture. Humanitarization of pedagogical education should provide us with the creation of conditions for self-realization and self-determination of a future teacher in the space of contemporary culture on the background of disclosure of each student’s creative potential, the formation of not narrow, but global (noospheric) thinking. Thus, an important feature of humanitarization of the pedagogical education is the integrativity as a formation of an integral (holistic) view about the outside world and man’s place in it, as well as determination of the education direction on the priority of the creative identity, based on common values.
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