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Engineering and Educational Technologies. Kremenchuk : KrNU, 2021. Vol. 9. No. 4. 64 p.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW FORMS AND METHODS OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ORGANIZATION AT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION: HISTORY AND MODERN

Formation of valeological competence in non-medical students  
Shevchenko A., Shtefan L.  (download)
[in English]

Abstract. Competence approach is generally accepted in modern education. Competence is the ability to perform a variety of practical tasks in life and professional activities at a sufficient professional level, which is due to cognitive abilities and skills, social interaction, motivation and will. There are lingual, informational (digital), communicational, cultural, ecological, valeological (health saving) and other competencies should be formed in the student, regardless of the profile of his education. In Ukrainian legislation, valeological competence is referred to the category of "civic and social competences". Valeological competence in educational standards given less importance than, for example, ecological competence. We have not found a clear definition of valeological competence. In our opinion, valeological competence is the ability to lead a healthy lifestyle, practice safe behavior and provide emergency care. For its formation in students of non-medical higher educational institutions we have proposed the initial academic discipline "Health Pedagogy". The study is theoretical, based on the analysis of scientific sources and regulations of Ukraine, including national educational standards. Preliminary data on the introduction of the author's program of the discipline "Pedagogy of Health" in the educational process of the Ukrainian Engineering Pedagogics Academy for students of "011 - Educational, Pedagogical Sciences" specialty "Bachelor" and "Master" educational levels are also taken into account. Requirements for valeological competence formation in non-medical students on accordance with the level of education, the proposed components of the curriculum and components of competence (cognitive, activity, motivational-value and personal) are formulated. The author's definition of valeological competence is supplemented with a list of its components subject to qualimetric assessment. The list of competencies, necessary for the valeological competence formation, as well as those competencies that are formed or improved simultaneously with the valeological competence during the study of valeological discipline "Health Pedagogy" by non-medical students.

Key words: competence approach to education, higher education standards in Ukraine, structure of valeological competence.

 

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MODERN TRENDS OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT

Contemporary practices of foreign language preparation of future international relations specialists at universities  
Vasylyshyna N.  (download)
[in English]

Abstract. The article analyzes the changes taking place in Ukrainian education during the last five years, are compared with the processes taking place in Europe, and an attempt is made to identify the main trends in the development of domestic foreign language education in the near future, allowing us to: predict probable challenges and prepare for overcoming them; focus on the main areas; to formulate new tasks, review the content, and possibly approaches to methodological training foreign language teachers taking into account these trends. Special attention is paid to the training of specialists in the field international relations is due to the fact that the process intercultural communication is significantly complicated problems due to certain differences and differences in perception of the world around us native speakers of different languages and cultures, which often leads to misunderstanding of each other, and in some cases becomes the cause of undesirable situations. The purpose of the article is to analyze the peculiarities of the development of foreign language education in Ukraine, to investigate the tendencies of the influence of the European educational system on the development of foreign language education in our country. The article highlights the results of the study of trends in the development of foreign language education in Ukraine, them influence on the formation of methods of learning foreign languages in higher education, their effective used during foreign language training of future specialists in non-language specialties in modern times stage. Some aspects of the formation and development of foreign language education at different stages of it are analyzed formation in the context of the subject of research and their relevance in modern conditions of preparation for the future specialists in the humanities in higher educational institutions of Ukraine. The main directions are clarified development of trends in foreign language education through analysis of works and research of leading experts in the field. In the frame of the study, it was revealed that the concepts of "bilingualism", "plurilingualism", and "multilingualism" in the system of higher education in Ukraine have become  the significant components of foreign language training of future specialists in a particular field. The research concluded that, at the present stage of Ukraine's entry into the European educational space foreign language education is an element of cultural interaction, that promotes the formation of interests in another mentality, increases motivation, and expands the scope of international cooperation. We see the conclusions and prospects for further research in this area in a more in-depth approach to creative development and finding new ways to improve efficiency of the educational process of students of the faculties of international relations in the light of the latest requirements of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine for teaching foreign languages at a qualitatively new level.

Key words: modern higher education, future international relations professionals, foreign language training, trends, development of foreign language education, professional skills and capabilities, diversification in methods, information technologies.

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Study of managerial competence of future education managers in the context of using electronic educational environment  
Stetsenko N., Tkachuk H.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The article considers the question of the features of the training future education managers, their manage skills, the structure of which provides knowledge and experience in using the electronic educational environment. This problem is important, especially now, in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, when educational institutions work mainly in a distance format. Now every manager of an educational institution must be competent not only in the field of information technology and have appropriate digital competence but also knowledgeable in the implementation of the electronic educational environment of the institution, in particular, to resolve certain management issues. During literature analysis, we found that there are many studies that describe the use of ICT in the process of forming the managerial competence of future education managers. But, there are few studies that describe the features of the work of the manager in the electronic learning environment (ELE) and solve the problem of their training in this context. To obtain objective information about the level of managerial competence in future heads of higher pedagogical education, we organized a survey that found that future education managers do not have a clear idea of ELE and do not understand its potential for management. During the study, we developed levels of managerial competence of future managers, to which we added skills related to the use of ELE. The training of students lasted from 2017 to 2020 according to the methodology that took into account the structure of managerial competence knowledge and skills of using ELE. We conducted an experimental study that determined the effectiveness of the methodology for the formation of managerial competence of future heads of educational institutions in the context of ELE. This study found that such training contributes to the formation of the future manager, develops his managerial skills, allows to solve the problem of developing managerial competence in future education managers using ELE, is an effective means of implementing educational programs at the university.

Key words: managerial competence, manager of education, manager of educational institution, electronic educational environment, information and communication technologies, institution of higher education.

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INNOVATIONS IN USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AT EDUCATION

Using of digital technologies in the teaching of aviation chemistry in flight establishments of higher education  
Chornohlazova H. (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The article deals with the problem of development of cognitive interest of cadets of flight educational institutions in the process of teaching the discipline «Aviation Chemistry» through the use of digital technologies in the educational process. In the process of training cadets, taking into account the epidemiological situation, there is a need to use techniques that stimulate increased attention and interest in the classroom, in particular in the process of distance learning. Such techniques define digital technologies in the article. The concept of «digital technologies» is clarified, their composition and principles of application are substantiated. Monitoring of digital tools used in the process of student learning. The tools for setting the educational problem, summarizing the studied material, summarizing, tools for testing and consolidating knowledge, forming critical thinking, tools for organizing group work, reflection and for organizing independent work of cadets. Also, the criteria for selecting digital technologies are highlighted. Emphasis is placed on using the Google Workspace cloud service package. In particular, the use of such services as Google Classroom, Google Meet, Google Forms, Google Chat, Google Drive in the process of teaching the discipline «Aviation Chemistry». In addition, the use of digital tools is described: Learningapps - a tool that allows you to create interactive exercises; Answergarden - a concise tool for organizing instant evaluation of responses; Mindmeister is a tool for creating mental maps.

Key words: digital technologies, cadets, flying establishments of higher education, cloud services, professional training.

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