Development of Additional Professional Competencies of Future Teachers in Terms of Social Partnership

Original article

DOI: 10.15293/1812-9463.2304.02


Victoria A. Novitskaya

Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Lyudmila Yu. Savinova

Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia


AbstractThe article reveals conceptual approaches to the creation of model for developing advanced competencies of future teachers on the example of social partnership project with the “Panorama TVˮ regional publishing house, part of the “Media Pressˮ joint stock company. It describes the mechanics of the implementation of joint student project related to the release of the children’s periodical “Umnyashkiˮ, dedicated to introducing young citizens of Saint Petersburg to the history of urban areas through entertaining tasks and game exercises by the student community of the Institute of Childhood of Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia. The text of the article describes the key stages of the student project communityʼs work on the issues of the journal, provides examples and types of tasks, reveals the ways of the project team interaction. Conclusions are drawn about the importance of involving the Universityʼs social partners in the process of training future teachers in order to develop and build additional competencies that allow taking into account the needs of the regionʼs education system, the challenges of the teaching profession, advancing demands to improve the effectiveness of professional activity of specialist in the field of modern childhood.

Keywordschildrenʼs periodicals, advanced competencies, social partnership, publishing competencies of a modern teacher.

For Citation: Novitskaya V. A., Savinova L. Yu. Development of Additional Professional Competencies of Future Teachers in Terms of Social Partnership. Journal of Pedagogical Innovations, 2023, no. 4 (72), pp. 26–37. (In Russ.) DOI:



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Information about the Authors

Victoria A. Novitskaya – Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Preschool Pedagogy Department, Director of the Institute of Childhood, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia,,

Lyudmila Yu. Savinova – Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Head of the Department of Pedagogy of Primary Education and Childʼs Artistic Development, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia,,


Authorsʼ contribution: Authors have all made an equivalent contribution to preparing the article for publication.

The authors declare no conflict of interest.

Received: 28.08.2023; approved after peer review: 20.10.2023; accepted for publication: 02.11.2023.