Conditions of Conflict Competence Formation of Teachers in Pre-School Educational Institution


The article presents the results of the study of conflict competence formation among teachers of pre-school educational institutions. The results of the empirical study were obtained on the basis of preschool educational institution in Saratov, using following diagnostic tools: K. N. Thomas «Conflict Mode Instrument», express-method for assessing the psychological climate among staff (A. Mikhailyuk, L. Yu. Sharyto), a test to assess the level of conflict intensity of an individual, «Assessment of psychological climate among teaching staff» method, a method of determining the team-work and compatibility levels (N. N. Obraztsov). In a course of a research the following was determined: the models of behavior of educators in a conflict situation, the relationship between the conflict intensity, work record and age, the index of favorable psychological climate in the team. The applied aspect of the issue studied can be implemented in psychological and educational practice of pre-school educational institutions. 


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