Contemporary Higher Education: Innovative Aspects, 4, 2014

Contemporary Higher Education: Innovative Aspects,   4, 2014









CONTENTS
EXPERT OPINION

Avanesov V.S.

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Zaminova I.P. 16
Sivakov V.I., Sivakov D.V., Anufrieva M.L., Sivakova M.Yu., Sivakov V.V. 20
Morozova I.A. Competency building approach: peculiarities of realization in vocational education 27
PROBLEMS OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATION
Sizova E. R., Matyushkova T.M. About formation of professional and value system of students at the Music Department of teacher training college: statement of the problem 32
Chursina A.S. Readiness for innovative activity as an element of training a modern specialist 37
INNOVATION TECHNOLOGIES ÀT HIGHER SCHOOL
Krupnova T.G., Mashkova I.V., Kostryukova A.M. Method of case studies: practice in teaching environmental students 41
RBIM: INNOVATIVE EDUCATION
Vasilizhenko M.V. Business English in teaching future managers in Russian-British Institute of Management 46
Mirzoyan A.P., Usynina T.V. Influence of market conjuncture on personnel training for hotel and restaurant business 50
Uliakina N.A., Yarulina L.P. Experiences in business and business problem solving formed by RBIM students in projecting 54
YOUNG SCIENTISTS
Nagornyy S.A. Improving quality of knowledge management system of higher education institution by use of data mining solutions 61
Pyasetskaya I.S. Historiography of the problem of forming participatory culture of hotel service managers 69
Kazarin M.V. The competence approach as a theoretical and methodological basis in preparing students for entrepreneurship 80
Matyushkova T.M. Social and professional aspects of value system of students of Music Department of a teacher training college 84
Kolesnichenko T.I. Pedagogical conditions to form legal culture of teenagers in socio-cultural environment 88
Komarova L.V. Attained education quality as a result of projecting technologies in profile education 91
Nefedova N.A. Forming general cultural values with the tools of further music education 95



CONTENTS
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ABSTRACTS
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OUR AUTHORS
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