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Volume 99, 2021International Scientific Conference “Delivering Impact in Higher Education Learning and Teaching: Enhancing Cross-Boarder Collaborations” (DIHELT 2021)
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|Published online||08 March 2021|
Diagnosing the formation of an environment-oriented component of competencies in higher education
1 A.V. Khrulev Penza Branch of the Military Academy of Logistics, Department of Humanities and Socioeconomic Disciplines, 440005, Penza, Russia
2 Penza State University, Department of General Biology and Biochemistry, 440026, 40 Krasnaya Street, Penza, Russia
3 A.V. Khrulev Penza Branch of the Military Academy of Logistics, 440005, Penza, Russia
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The article examines the diagnostic tools for evaluating the formation of an environment-oriented component of competencies in students within the system of higher education. The authors present the set of diagnostic tools following their long-term work on identifying the experience of emotional and values-based attitude to nature as the most difficult element of the environment-oriented component of competencies to assess. The article substantiates the selection of diagnostic tools taking into account available environmental knowledge, skills, abilities and behavioural stereotypes of students. It focuses on determining the level of adapted social experience combining the experience of environment-oriented cognitive activity, environment-oriented work methods, environment-oriented creative activity, emotional and values-based attitude. The use of diagnostic tools is illustrated by experimental work within the educational process at A.V. Khrulev Penza Branch of the Military Academy of Logistics and Penza State University.
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