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ERIC Number: EJ1124759
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016-Jun
Pages: 7
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: EISSN-2353-9518
Experience of Future Economists' Self-Study Organization in Foreign Higher Education Institutions
Aliyev, Oktay
Comparative Professional Pedagogy, v6 n2 p81-87 Jun 2016
The article consolidates information sources on the issues of future economists' self-study organization at foreign universities. There has been carried out the study of approaches to the interpretation of the term "self-study process" in the contemporary scientific thought abroad. There have been specified the productive ideas of foreign experience which are to be understood and implemented into practice of domestic higher education institutions in terms of professional training of future specialists in the field of social and behavioural sciences majoring in Economics, including the following: 1) student self-study is supposed to be a mandatory part of the educational process, with the amount of time dedicated to being less than 65 percent. At the same time a student-personalized approach to each student should be implemented and the course of study, specifics of the subject being learnt should be taken into account; the teachers are expected to offer verbal consulting and ICT support (including university web resources) of student self-study; 2) while organizing the educational process (syllabi, curricula for students of different educational levels) it should be taken into account that there is a link between self-education of future economists with his/her practical activities along with development prospects of the sector; 3) organization of future economists' self-study should be based on the student's conscious attitude to learning, recognition of its role in meeting the challenges and solving the urgent problems of economic education (motivational component); on knowledge forming the basis for the individual's self-study and determining his/her readiness for self-education in their future careers (cognitive component); on combination of skills and abilities of the individual, determining his/her functional readiness for professional self-education on challenging issues of economic sphere (operational and pragmatist component).
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Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
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