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Olga V. Stukalova
Valery O. Malaschenko
Gennadii A. Cornilov
Anna V. Sychenkova
Elena B. Kozlova
Alexey I. Prokopyev


Professional deformation, prevention, destructive influence, deontological code, self-certification, teacher, professional burnout


Purpose: The purpose of the article is to substantiate the modern directions to overcome the influence of the professional deformation of General education teachers.

Methodology: The article describes the results of experimental work in the framework of the project aimed at the study of modern approaches to assessing the quality of education and its relationship with the overall educational results. Example of the training course module for teachers’ additional professional education, the purpose of which is the development of modern directions to prevent professional deformation.

Result: The possibilities for supporting the positive psycho-emotional state of the teacher, teaching the practices to overcome subjectivity in making evaluation decisions - the interiorization of the teacher deontological code are revealed.

Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.

Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of the Modern Directions for Prevention of Destructive Influence of Teacher Professional Deformation is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.


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