Economic Consciousness and the System of Values of Latvian University Graduates
The article analyses the attitude of a Latvian university’s graduates to wealth and means of its acquisition, as well as their assessment of their own economic status and preferred moves in case of unemployment. The author estimates the university graduates’ personal capabilities; their interests, skills and ...
Poor academic performance at university from the perspective of graduates
... institutions as a didactic phenomenon. The authors address the need to prevent poor academic performance and structure the training process so that the potential of each student is fully developed. The article analyses the data of surveys of radio engineering graduates of Kaliningrad Border Service Institute of the Federal Security Service of Russia, which put emphasis on the problems of academic performance and correction of knowledge obtained.
1. Бабанский Ю. К. Избранные педагогические ...
The problem of demand for university graduates and ways to overcome it
This article focuses on the issues of employment of university graduates. The author considers the factors of competitiveness of young specialists, as well as corresponding requirements. The article offers measures to minimize unemployment risks.
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Cooperation between a university and employers as a condi-tion for high-quality training of specialists in physical education and sports
... it must be assessed based not only on the mastery of educational programs, but also on the successful implementation of and demand for the professional knowledge obtained. The region’s geopolitical position makes it necessary to provide university graduates with competitive competences. Therefore, active cooperation between a university and employers makes it possible to modernise the process of training specialists in physical education and sports
1. Кудрявцева А. Г. Современные ...
Innovative education for the Baltic region: the experience of the Finnish-Russian Cross-border University
The article defines the innovative features of teaching international relations in the Baltic Sea Region at the graduate level, taking as an example the double degree program in international relations of the Finnish-Russian Cross-Border University, set up by the St. Petersburg State University and the University of Tampere the article also evaluates specific features ...
Universality of foreign language and culture specialists in relation to a new resultative quality of professional education of linguists
... resultative quality of their professional education and professional development. The purpose of revealing the interrelation is to prove the importance of professional universality for promoting a better competitiveness and professional development of future graduates in general.
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On the essence of forensic identification
... is a mature and developed element of forensic science, some authors grossly misinterpret its essence and incorrectly classify its objects. When embedded in research publications and textbooks, these misconceptions translate into university graduates and specialists having a distorted idea of this phenomenon. In this connection, we give a more complete definition of forensic identification and demonstrate its essence and significance.
1. Колдин В. Я. Идентификация ...
The dynamics of formation of teachers’ preparedness for improving relations between pre-schoolers
... future specialist’s preparedness for improving relationships between children of pre-school age. The author presents the results of an experiment demonstrating the positive dynamics of preparedness development and its components in undergraduate and graduate students of a pedagogical university. The article describes levels of preparedness formation: minimum, stable, and maximum. The effectiveness of the author’s model is demonstrated.
1. Краковская М. С. Ориентация профессиональной ...
Research on the features of personnel training for service enterprises in the framework of cross-border cooperation
... system of staff training for service industry in view of the implemented cross-border cooperation programs, emphasizes the need for a broader use of the practical approach in training students at institutes and colleges, and identifies key competences of graduates required by employers.
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On the competence approach to the development of “Psychology of health” master’s programme at IKBFU
This article is explains the need to develop a new master’s programme — “Psychology of health — as well as to identify the competences of its graduates in the sphere of formation, preservation, and recovery of health. The new master’s programme is being developed in the framework of the Programme for the Development of IKBFU.
1. Ибрагимов Г. И. Компетентностный ...
Universal professional activity functions of foreign language and culture specialists
... resultative quality of their professional education and professional development. The purpose of revealing the functions is to prove the importance of professional universality for promoting a better competitiveness and professional development of future graduates in general.
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Comparative analysis of students’ collective consciousness in the Russia-EU and Russia-China border regions: mathematical modelling
... logistic regression models reflecting the main characteristics of regional consciousness have been built. The article aims to confirm the multiplicity of types of regional consciousness and to demonstrate that in the socially homogeneous group, Russian graduate students, there are still regional differences even in the generally similar assessments of the ongoing social processes.
Simonyan R. H., Slutskin L. N.
regional studies, regional consciousness, border regions, active social groups, sociological ...
A study into the structure of academic and professional abilities of students of the life safety field of study
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psychodiagnostics, formation of abilities, cognitive-intellectual and cognitive-motor abilities,
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Training of Students of Nautical Directions in the Field of Information Security
The article analyzes the system of training students of Maritime University in the field of information security. Determination of the content of competence of graduates of the Maritime University in the field of protection of information flows on the ship-to preserve and ensure the integrity and confidentiality of information. Formulation of tasks, the solution of which is aimed at achieving the goal.
The content of practicum for bachelors and masters of education
Today’s graduates of pedagogical faculties often exhibit little interest in a career in education and unwillingness to work at school. An effective solution to this problem is the formation of successful pedagogical experience in future teachers at university,...
Features of the development of an individual educational trajectory in the framework of cluster approach
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On the 20th anniversary of the Department of criminal procedure, criminology and legal Informatics of the I. Kant Baltic Federal University
... colleagues from the universities of Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Germany, England, USA; cooperating with practical departments of the region; managing the Criminalistics Situology research group under the leadership of T. S. Volchetskaya; undergraduate research activity; keeping traditions of the academic department. The article concludes that the modern academic department should be the center of training for researchers, academic and pedagogical staff. It is the head of the department who ...
The optimisation of athletes’ training process through controlling individual immune-regenerative and biochemical blood parameters
This article considers a number of cell indicators of the organism that can be potentially used for the individual monitoring of selecting graduated exercises, which contributes to an increase in the efficiency of athlete’s training. A number of the most reactive indicators (hematologic and biochemical indicators, subpopulation structure), which alter to a degree in comparison to the reference ...
The Masonic Word: Types and Functions
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Translation and Discourse Analysis
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Corpus-based studies in conference interpreting
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Early Kantianism in Russia: J.W. L. Mellmann and J. G. Buhle
The early reception of Kantianism in Russia took place at Moscow University at the turn of the 18th century and was connected with the endeavours of two graduates of Göttingen University. J. W. L. Mellmann was the first adherent of Kant's critical philosophy in Russia and thus provoked a philosophical-theologicaladministrative conflict, which led to his untimely death. J. G. Buhle taught one of the first ...
Der frühe Kantianismus in Russland: I. W. L. Melmаn und I. G. Bule
The early reception of Kantianism in Russia at the turn of the 18th century took place at Moscow University and was connected with the endeavours of two graduates of Göttingen University. J. W. L. Mellmann was the first adherent of Kant's critical philosophy in Russia and thus provoked a philosophical-theological-administrative conflict, which led to his untimely death. J. G. Buhle taught one of the ...