Social And Informational Approach In High Education In The Blended Learning Format

Abstract

The article discusses the specifics of an ignored approach to teaching students of a specialized university in the context of blended learning. The basic principles of the approach are based on the formation of general cultural competencies by means of fundamental disciplines, in particular physics. The concept of such an approach lies in the priority of the formation of social competence as a guarantor of the further successful career of a university graduate, and the ability to work with various sources of information within a certain subject area is an indicator of a student's ability to solve social problems by means of professional knowledge and skills. The most productive way to implement the competence-based approach in the blended learning format, the article declares the principle of "inverted learning". Sociology assumes the opportunity to form the so-called soft skills, and fundamental science ensures that students master the necessary professional skills, hard skills. The main source of information in the process of mastering both flexible and professional skills is a person. Students become the main initiators of the search for possible ways to integrate sociology with fundamental disciplines, and the problem-information approach is considered in the article as a set of educational strategies and tactics necessary for the realization of both personal and professional goals.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.138

Online ISSN

2357-1330