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ERIC Number: EJ1123909
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2015-Mar
Pages: 6
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ISSN: EISSN-2353-9518
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Peculiarities of Design Competence Formation in Future Clothing Engineering Educators in Ukraine and Foreign Countries
Bilyk, Victoria
Comparative Professional Pedagogy, v5 n1 p127-132 Mar 2015
The importance of engineering pedagogical education for the global labour market has been characterized. The peculiarities of modern engineering pedagogical education formation in foreign countries consisting in economy globalization, transition to a high quality education and international cooperation enhancing have been presented. The essence of clothing engineering educators' design competence being the professional's ability to provide educational process with didactic design and productive one with technical documentation for the garment manufacture in accordance with the production norms and standards has been revealed. On the basis of regulations and national and foreign experience (the USA, Australia, South Africa, European countries etc.) in clothing engineering educators' training the peculiarities of future professionals' design competence formation as a constituent of professional competence has been clarified. Training of future professionals in "Professional Education" specialisation is the first stage in obtaining the engineer-educator qualification (Eastern European countries). The second stage means gaining pedagogical qualification in vocational pedagogical educational establishments on the basis of obtained engineering qualification. The third stage consists in obtaining engineering and pedagogical qualification based on technical training according to the learning outcomes in International Society for Engineering Pedagogy that documents teachers' qualification and competence and registers them in the international register of engineering educators.
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Identifiers - Location: Ukraine; Europe
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