Assessment Of The Process Of Acquiring Professional Competencies By Students

Abstract

According to federal state educational standards of higher professional education, students acquire certain competencies in the learning process. Assessing the degree of their development is a rather difficult task. It should be borne in mind that competencies are acquired by students not immediately, but gradually, while mastering several disciplines. To solve this problem, modeling the learning process as a process of the system functioning will help. The modeling of such a process must be dynamic and therefore Petri nets can be used. This work is devoted to the description of the possibility of using Petri nets to solve this problem. When developing the model, a number of limitations and hypotheses were accepted. In particular, the quality of the acquired learned competencies is expressed by a dimensionless value, the actual level of acquired competences by the learner is determined by assessment tools during the passage of disciplines and practices. When creating, an attempt was made to take into account the fact that each academic discipline has the goal of mastering a certain part of the group of competencies and all disciplines are logically connected. As a result of modeling, the relative change in competencies as a result of students' training was studied.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.262

Online ISSN

2357-1330