Educational Policy In The Modern World: Challenges And Prospects

Abstract

The development priority of modern education is its optimization and the introduction of information technologies. More and more attention is paid to the spiritual and moral development of the personality of students, education of citizens in the interests of social progress in Russia on the basis of the principles of individuality and subjectivity of the educational process, and its program-targeted organization. The changes taking place in the economic sphere put forward new priorities for the educational sphere - the training of professional personnel who, in the new changing conditions, could carry out professional activities with a value reorientation towards initiative, creativity, and enterprise. Such personal qualities have a positive effect on the professionally important qualities of a highly qualified specialist - professionalism and competence. There are many scientific studies indicating the widespread use in the educational process in universities of the so-called blended learning, which combines traditional teaching technologies and the use of electronic resources. Various methods of transferring knowledge to students are considered and proposed, various pedagogical technologies are used, in which more and more importance is given to an individual and personality-oriented approach to students. It is too early to talk about the old, traditional forms of classroom training as outdated, with no further prospects of use. Many authors note the need for a differentiated approach to teaching various disciplines using training programs that simultaneously include traditional forms of classroom studies and innovative educational technologies.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.147

Online ISSN

2357-1330