Social Importance Of Scientific And Educational Projects In The Modern Youth Environment

Abstract

The article describes the new approach to designing educational projects of additional education in the modern youth environment. The most important result of the project is the creation of unique copyright materials aimed at early career guidance of schoolchildren, the development of youth scientific and technical creativity and the involvement of adolescents in research activities, the construction of a continuous chain of high-quality professional education in the interests of high-tech industrial enterprises of the country. The project made it possible to increase the prestige of engineering specialties, arouse the desire for creative activity among young people, and form the participants' interest in such important industries as astronautics and the rocket and space industry. A single team created during the project, which united schoolchildren, students of technical colleges, students of technical universities, cosmonauts, workers and veterans of the rocket and space industry to transfer experience and knowledge, made it possible to create a continuous system of additional professional education in the field of astronautics, to attract young people to research activities, to solve the problem of involving and retaining personnel for high-tech enterprises of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.1

Online ISSN

2357-1330