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The article introduces some data on the shortage of teachers in the Trans-Baikal Territory (Russia). The diagnostics was based on the professional standard for teachers and a self-assessment map, which included three blocks: upbringing, education, and developmental work. The obtained results provided a description of professional activities, for which teachers consider themselves more or less competent. The respondents gave themselves high scores for organizational skills, knowledge assessment, and developing children’s cognitive abilities and independence. However, they considered it difficult to introduce students to new information and communication technologies, develop their motivation for learning, implement novel interactive methods, provide a safe and psychologically comfortable environment, work with parents, etc. In general, the teachers assessed their professional activities in the digital environment as rather low and admit that they need appropriate assistance.

professional shortage, labor activities, digital environment
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