Philosophical Problems Of Regional Study Of Higher Education Quality
The problems of the quality of higher education in regional interaction of universities, industry and management structures are investigated. Two problematic aspects of the development of the university education are highlighted: the student's orientation towards an independent way of solving complex issues of the studied courses and the disclosure of the subjective basis of the integral interaction between the university and its industry environment. The methods used in the study of the indicated problem are based on the theory of the post-nonclassical stage of the development of science. It is noted that the new principles in the process of training of university specialists demand from researchers a significant increase in the theoretical level of the implementation of developments. A conclusion was formulated about the modern methodological status of the concept of "education quality. It is argued that with the rise of the role of practical skills that a graduate of a university should have, the importance of the psychological aspect of a student's professional training increases. The concretization of the psychological aspect of the study of subjective relations is expressed in the projection of the category of “self-fulfillment” onto the student's image. In this regard, in the course of the study of the educational process, methodological innovations are required from university teachers not only in relation to the cognitive, but also in relation to the socio-psychological aspects of students' proficiency in their profession.
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