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Volume 75, 2020The International Conference on History, Theory and Methodology of Learning (ICHTML 2020)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||History of Education, Learning and Training|
|Published online||26 March 2020|
Implementation of the competence idea into the primary education in Ukraine – the reflective analysis based on the European Union benchmarks
1 Institute of Pedagogy of the NAES of Ukraine, Primary Education Department, Kyiv, 04053,, Ukraine
2 Institute of Pedagogy of the NAES of Ukraine, Comparative Education Department, Kyiv 04053,, Ukraine
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The generation of the competence education idea in Ukraine based on the EU benchmarks is studied. It is underlined that the transformation of the national education into the competence base is a component of the European integration of Ukraine. The authors made conclusion that the Ukrainian education has gone from proclaiming the idea of the competence education, its conceptual justification to implementation. The research results evidence that the support of the competence idea at the level of educational policy is the most successful in Ukraine. At the same time, at the implementation level the competence idea meets a number of challenges due to the novelty of a clear correlation between strategic, didactic and methodological levels. The authors conclude that the problem of the formation of key competences, firstly of transversal or cross-curricular ones, remains underdeveloped; the aspects of crosscurricular links and integration of the education content requires further development; the level of assessing younger students in competencies is even more underdeveloped. On the other hand, the authors generalise that common globalization challenges, powerful integration processes in Europe, Europeanization affecting the European countries outside the EU borders contribute greatly to the synchronization of the education in Ukraine with EU standards.
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