The theoretical framework a teacher’s cross-cultural compe-tence: International practice
... important theoretical issues of cross-cultural competence. Particular attention is paid to the UK education system as one of the oldest structures in the world. Based on an analysis of a teacher’s cross-cultural experience at Durham University and the University of Manchester, as well as different 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 of models and attempts to create a model of the development of a teacher’s cross-cultural ...
Managerial competencies required: a comparative analysis of Moscow and the Kaliningrad region
... Sought-after competencies and their indicative structures were identified for each region. The findings are not only of theoretical importance but are well adapted for practical purposes, particularly, for advanced training of managers and teaching related university disciplines.
Krivosheev, V. V., Makarov, S. N.
management, exclave region, administration, leadership, leadership management, managerial competency
The factors and pedagogical conditions for the development of general cultural competences of cadets in the current educational process at a military university
... development of cadets. The author attempts to analyse the factors facilitating and inhibiting the development of general cultural competences in cadets, as well as to identify the pedagogical conditions for the development of cadet’s general cultural competences in the current educational process of a military university based on a comprehensive analysis of these factors. To this end, structural and functional connections between the general cultural competences and reading literacy are established, the structure of the latter is identified and its basic skills ...
Social Facilitation: the Kaliningrad Region and Russian Mainland Regions
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The monitoring of university education quality in the context of competence model of training
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the features of applying competence approach in controlling the quality of education.
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methodology, methodological competence of a university teacher, higher education system, quality of education.
Competence approach to professional training of master students at technical universities
This article discusses the pedagogical system of formation of universal and professional competences in master students of technical fields of study. Special attention is paid to the development and implementation of the techniques of forming the activity component of professional competence.
The development of the professional competence axiological component in the students of technical university
This article considers the axiological components of professional competence in the students of a technical university, gives an overview of the model of its formation and presents the results of the experiments facilitating the assessment of the model’s efficiency.
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Practical classes in mathematics as a means to develop the research competence in students of technical universities
The article is devoted to the formation of research competence in technical university students in accordance with the requirements of relevant federal state educational standards. The authors focus on the preparedness of future engineers to conduct technical experiments, whose important component is the mathematical processing ...
Organisational and administrative preconditions for the development of the pedagogic competence of the agents of higher physical education
... technical improvement of
educational process, the need and motivation-related sphere of agent’s personality, and prolonged professional selection. The research is based on the data of a survey among the agents of physical training at the Belarusian State University of Physical Training.
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educational process, need and motivation-related sphere, information technologies, teaching activity, professional training.
Case-technologies as the means of managerial competence formation of bachelors of linguistics
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On the competence approach to the development of “Psychology of health” master’s programme at IKBFU
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On combining translator training with foreign language teaching
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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
... 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
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Ways to improve soft skills model for teaching topographic anatomy and operative surgery
... contemporary professional education, particularly, that in medicine, is to build 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 im-portant to know what students thought of current methods of knowledge as-sessment. Two hundred seventy students were surveyed to explore their attitudes to testing, working ...
Modern educational technologies in the development of cognitive independence of technical and humanities students
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Similarities and differences in curricula of a bachelor’s degree in oceanology at the universities in St Petersburg, Klaipeda, and Kaliningrad
... generalised quantitative indicators without analysing the content of curriculum components demonstrated certain similarities in all indicators in terms of workload, the number of disciplines (50, 56 and 45) and academic practices. The clustering of competence modules and disciplines at each university within generalised academic areas — physics and mathematics, philosophy, informatics and computers, geoecology, measurement disciplines, etc. — made a more detailed comparison possible. The results of research demonstrate considerable similarities ...
The development of inclusive preparedness of future teachers: The efficiency of the didactic model
This article presents the results of an experimental study in the development of inclusive preparedness of future university teachers. This process of preparedness development is based on a didactic model implemented using the pedagogical metasubject competence and context-based technology. The author gives an overview of this technology and the mechanisms of its imple-mentation. The efficiency of using this didactic model in developing the inclusive preparedness of future teachers is stressed.
On the features and prospects of using interactive historical maps in the educational process
... attempt to analyse the information and didactic potential of interactive historical maps in the conditions of transition to the competence educational model. The possibilities of using traditional, electronic and interactive maps in the educational process ... ... article offers a short description of the experience of creating interactive cartographic resources at the I. Kant Baltic Federal University.
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Readiness for mediation among the students with the degree in Humanities: a structural-functional model
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The implementation of the competence approach of the Federal state educational standards at a medical university
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The evolution of the competency-based and activity-based approaches to teaching languages to non-linguistics students
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Sociocultural factors of cross-cultural sensitivity in university students
... development of intercultural sensitivity. Of special importance are three aspects: the size of the city or the type of the urban environment where students are study and live; the multicultural features of the environment – both of the city and the university; the capacity of the environment to create condi-tions for diverse social experience.
Special role in the development of intercultural sensitivity is played by the academic specialization: the humanities develop not only professional competence, focused on the other person but also personal qualities that con-tribute to sensitivity to cultural differences of others.
The results of the study show that the most important factors of intercul-tural sensitivity development are the academic ...
A comparative analysis of the development of intercultural sensitivity in university students under the conditions of multicultural environment
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The psychological problems of development of professional culture of future lawyers in the context of its increasing quality
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ethical behavior, professionalism, personal and professional qualities, communicative competence, personal and professional settings, skills, personal and social
Linguodidactics as a science and a discipline within professional language training
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A study into the structure of academic and professional abilities of students of the life safety field of study
... targeted formation of the core components of these abilities in order to develop "human capital" and professional competence in students.
Человек как предмет познания. СПб., 2001. ... ... cognitive-intellectual and cognitive-motor abilities,
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Training of Students of Nautical Directions in the Field of Information Security
... 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 ... ....-правовой системы «Гарант».
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