DOI: 10.24411/2470-1262-2019-10034


The paper outlines that the legal practice is interested in the highly skilled staff delivered by information technology education. And without development of the jurisprudence supported by practical morality check, such specialists to prepare it are impossible. Practice acts as the important criterion of quality check of preparation of technology teachers, checks the validity, value and an efficiency of scientific research on the basis of which formation is educated. 

The paper emphasizes that the technology teachers, for realization it is state-imperious functions in law-enforcement and judicial bodies prepare basically in the state industrial and business enterprise. Preparation of specialists for sphere of private law, workers of legal services of the commercial organizations is carried out in the state and private establishments. Estab­lish­ments of education of some the institutes prepare for professionals for specific sphere of public service. Such educational establishments are called as departmental ones.  

The scientific paper discusses that the role of is professional school culture of the lawyer finds expression in all interconnected elements of legal culture of a society:  In a level of sense of justice – the attitude of a society, the state, the person to the right; In a level of development of lawmaking activity and quality of the legislation, a degree of the balanced reflection in it of interests of a society, social groups and persons; In a condition of legal practice, first of all, activity judicial and law enforcement bodies; Skill professionally to protect human rights and the citizen. The Level of legal organizational culture of professional group of lawyers is defined by a degree of development of school culture of its each member, its legal erudition and a skill level.

The paper underlines, that success of any kind of entrepreneur law-enforcement activity in many respects depends on a degree of its maintenance corresponding is long the saved up and systematized information technologies on the crimes accomplished in the past, entrepreneur  persons involved in them, means and ways of their fulfillment, various traces of crimes and the objects connected with business events, and also from an opportunity and skill of the inspector to use the similar information in the entrepreneurial activity, for revealing, search and an identi­fi­ca­tion of their interesting educational phenomena and school direct objects.

Keywords: School Culture, Ethical Principles, Ethical Dilemma, Morality Check, Technology Teachers, Technology Education, Educational Establishment


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Information about the authors: Ibraim Didmanidze (Batumi, Georgia) – Doctor of Information Technology, Associate Professor of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia, Batumi, Ninoshvili Street 35, 6010), Mobile Phone: (+995) 599 276 600,  E-mail:  

Irma Bagrationi (Batumi, Georgia) – Doctor of Philosophy, Assistant Professor (in Philosophy) of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia, Batumi, Ninoshvili Street 35, 6010), Mobile Phone: (+995) 599 947 668,  E-mail:

For citation: Ibrahim Didmanidze, Irma Bagrationi, (2019). The Ethical Issues of Preparation of Technology Teachers in the Legal Educational Establishments. Cross-Cultural Studies: Education and Science. Vol.4, Issue 1 (2019), pp.70-78(in USA)

Manuscript received: 02/13/ 2018

Accepted for publication: 03/17/2019

The authors have read and approved the final manuscript.

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