Heading: PROBLEMS OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATION
Pages: 32-39
Codes: DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2022-14-1-32-39 ΣΔΚ 378.147.88 ΑΑΚ 74.202.76
Title: INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING ASTRONO-MY IN PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION ORGANIZATIONS
Authors: T.B. Sokolova, G.N. Migacheva
Abstract: The article is aimed at substantiating the content of practices in the preparation of Bachelors of Vocational Training in the context of practice-oriented, competence and process approaches, taking into account the requirements of educational and professional standards and the need to use digital learning technologies at all stages of training, including conducting practices. A model of organizational and pedagogical conditions for conducting practices is proposed. In the model, the target component, organizational conditions, pedagogical conditions and the effective component are identified as interrelated and interdependent blocks. Each block is disclosed in terms of the tools necessary and sufficient for the practice. As tools for implementing the model, an algorithm was developed, organizational charts made in the ideology of the process approach and digital tools in the form of a theoretical and practical course on the electronic platform of the university.
Keywords: Bachelor of Vocational Training, educational standard, professional standard, information technology training, process approach, practice
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