Integral Requirements for Development of Professional Position in the Field of Sociocultural Service and Tourism
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The concept of developing professional successfulness in students with health problems in physical training classes
This article presents the author’s position describing the fundamentals of professional successfulness development in students with health problems. The author identifies the patterns and organizational and educational conditions of the process examined and describes on this basis their fundamental principles.
Ways to improve soft skills model for teaching topographic anatomy and operative surgery
... professional and discipline-specific competencies. This, however, is not sufficient for day-to-day medical practice. To develop as professionals, students need so-called universal competencies.
Before constructing a new model of studying a discipline, it was ... ... methods neither improve academic performance nor contribute to «knowledge longevity». Using digital anatomical maps, however, is positively associated with better knowledge of the discipline. Teamwork on clinical anatomy cases while employing interactive ...
The content of practicum for bachelors and masters of education
... developing practica for other university programmes. As a methodological framework for organising pedagogical practica, the study uses the praxeological approach, which ensures the openness, integrity, and high efficiency of the practicum as well as positive motivation for teaching. It also facilitates the development of a creative type of professional behaviour. Special attention to the content and technology of organising practica results in successful teaching experience of university students.
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Readiness for mediation among the students with the degree in Humanities: a structural-functional model
... readiness for activity as well as in the requirements for training mediators in Russia, the United Kingdom and the USA. The researcher states the need for a humanist outlook and the ability to conduct social and humanitarian practices, crucial for the professional position of a mediator. According to the author, bachelors in Humanities have a certain advantage in the development of readiness for mediation. The author works out the model of readiness for mediation as a universal competence. The structure of this ...
Cooperation between a university and employers as a condi-tion for high-quality training of specialists in physical education and sports
The problem of education quality is of particular importance in modern conditions; 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
Problems of interpreting legal norms in the court of justice
... the law. The interpretation of the law is often conducted alongside the interpretation of the statute, which requires serious professional and academic training, especially, if it involves the use of constitutional norms, analogy of law, and the principles ... ... their powers with the exception of the Constitutional Court, which has consistently emphasized over the years that the legal positions contained in its decisions are not only normative, but also have legal force equal to that of the Constitution.
The issues of the post-war demobilization of military officers (1945—1948)
... and more than 1.3 million officers were dismissed. The original idea was to retain the officers special for their moral and professional qualities, who have no restrictions on health and age. All demobilized were given remuneration, the necessary documents,... ... desired future. It is shown that in terms of employment, returning officers had clear advantages being appointed to leadership positions in various institutions, young officers could return to universities and technical schools. The article emphasizes ...
The concepts of enclave and exclave and their use in the political and geographical characteristic of the Kaliningrad region
... sciences, fields of knowledge, and everyday speech. The author examines the circumstances of their emergence in the reference and professional literature in the Russian language. Special attention is paid to the typology of the world’s enclave territories ... ... shows the evolution of the use of concepts of enclave and exclave for describing the fe atures of the Kaliningrad region’s positions from the perspective of the mother and surrounding states. The article introduces the concept of dividing states and ...
The theoretical framework a teacher’s cross-cultural compe-tence: International practice
... approaches of Russian and international educationists, it is shown that cross-cultural competence is an integral part of the professional educational activity. Further, the author emphasises the need to consider cross-cultural competences with the help ... ... Exploring the nexus // International Journal of Intercultural Relations. 1995. № 19. P. 143—153.
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Human Resource Efficiency as a Development Factor for the Kaliningrad Economy
... value-added standard and has to be consistent with local natural, human, and innovation resources) and through improvement of the professional training system.
1. Voloshenko, К.Yu., Kuznetsova, А. L. 2014, Balansovaja model' upravlenija regional'nym razvitiem: ... ... svobodnoj jekonomicheskoj zone v Kaliningradskoj oblasti (SJeZ «Jantar'»). Postanovlenie Sovmina RSFSR ot 25.09.91 №497 [The position of the free economic zone in the Kaliningrad region (SEZ "Yantar"). Resolution of the Council of Ministers ...
Ambiguity matters in linguistics and translation
... the types of ambiguity, its typology, production and effect and propose an algorithm for tackling ambiguity in translation. I posit that the choice of a translation strategy and the need for disambiguation in general depend on the type of ambiguity, its ... ... the ambiguity or make wrong inferences since each recipient bears a different combination of cognitive, axiological, social, professional and gender attributes.
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In search of a theoretical framework for factors influencing work and life balance
... Areas of Worklife: A Structured Approach to Organizational Predictors of Job Burnout, Emotional and Physiological Processes and Positive Intervention Strategies, no. 3, p. 91—134.
4. Greenhaus, J. H., Collins, K. M., Shaw, J. D. 2003, The relation between ... ... Medicine, no. 8, p. 1—8.
14. Satyajit, D., Sujit, K. 2017, Impact of Occupational Stress on the Work Life Balance of Teaching Professionals in Higher Education with Special Reference to Bhubaneswar City, Odisha, Krishi Sanskriti Publications, Advances ...
Monotowns: A New Take on the Old Problem
... own approach. They identify key reasons behind monotown vulnerability and systematize stakeholders’ risks. The authors then posit that a study of monotown- related issues would be incomplete without accounting for stakeholders’ interests and relations.... ... political stability (for example, Volsk Saratov region)], Vlast [Power], no. 4, p. 11—12.
5. Verdikt professionalov [Verdict of professionals], 2009, Terra Sapiens [Terra Sapiens. Scientific Newsletter of the Union of Russian science cities], no. 1 (8), ...
Impact of remigration on the worksphere under Covid-19: the case of Lithuania
... Central and Eastern European Migration Review, vol. 5, no. 2, p. 167—188.
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