Teaching Calling And Skills by Yuri Azarov

In this post, we will see the book Teaching Calling And Skills by Yuri Azarov.

About the book

Professor Yuri Azarov, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences. chairs the department of pedagogics and psychology at the Institute of Culture in Moscow. he travelled an eventful road from ordinary school teacher to well-known soviet scientist and writer. The book Teaching: Calling and Skills is not an academic study, but rather a lively and vivid account of the formation of a teaching profession and the difficult and noble work this profession entails. drawing on actual examples from the experience of soviet schools, as well as on his own personal experience. The author examines the fundamental educational prob­lems that concern teachers and parents in various countries to­day: the development of moral qualities in children during class­ room practice, games, and sports activities. Their aesthetic upbringing and their interpersonal relations. A rich collection of photo­graphs makes this book particu­larly interesting. this work is meant for a wide readership. Although it is naturally intended for teachers, both beginners and professionals, and for teacher educators.


Translated from the Russian by Inna Medow
Designed by Vadim Belkin

The book was published in 1988 by Progress Publishers.

You can get the book here.

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