Emotional Competence and Individual Style of Action of Future Teachers of Higher Education in the System of Education for Sustainable Development

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The article presents the results of a study of emotional competence and individual style of action of students – future teachers of higher education in the system of education for sustainable development (EDS). The theoretical analysis of the application possibilities of the system (ideas) of EDS is performed. The study highlights a number of competences that are consistent with the components of emotional competence and individual style of action. The study involves 20 students of pedagogical specialties from Almaty, Kazakh-stan. The components of emotional competence and individual style of action are investigated using self-assessment questionnaires. The article presents the answer to the question of whether there are stable links between the components of emotional competence and individual style of action as well as draws conclusions on the importance of developing emotional competence in the EDS system.

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