Integrative space of a pedagogical university as a qualitative resource for successful self- actualization of future teachers in a city context

Aleksandr Makhinin (Russia), Tamara Kozlova (Russia), Irina Nesterova (Russia), Liliya Shamanina (Russia)

In the context of the unstable development of contemporary civilization, attempts to consolidate efforts among the pedagogical community to ensure the proper quality of education in the 21st century are becoming more and more relevant. It seems that the solution to such an urgent problem is feasible by developing an additive integrated model of pedagogical management based on the implementation of the integrative educational space of a pedagogical university (hereinafter – IESPU). According to the authors, the emergence and constant reproduction of relationships between the administration and employees of educational organizations of higher education to achieve the strategic goals of the university should become the main goal of developing such a pedagogical university management model. The methodological basis for the development and implementation of an additively integrated model of pedagogical management is the integrative and spatial approaches that determine the feasibility of designing IESPU and allowing providing access to the formation of teachers' subjectivity in their own professional activities in the context of continuous personal and professional self- development. The authors consider it appropriate to offer a certain set of areas, essential in their opinion, for planning and developing an additive model of pedagogical management in the context of designing and implementing IESPU, taking into account its qualitative, spatial-temporal, socially-determined, and scientifically-grounded parameters, as well as the urban environment in which pedagogical universities are located.