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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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Interdisciplinary integration as a basis for forming an environment-oriented component of competencies
1 Penza State University, Department of General Biology and Biochemistry, 440026, 40 Krasnaya Street, Penza, Russia
2 A.V. Khrulev Penza Branch of the Military Academy of Logistics, Department of Humanities and Socioeconomic Disciplines, 440005, Penza, Russia
3 Penza Social Pedagogical College, Department of Primary School Education, 440052, 3 Gogol Street, Penza, Russia
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Most disciplines of the compulsory part of the curriculum and its part defined by education stakeholders in line with the corresponding study field have a significant resource for forming an environment-oriented component of competencies in students. The authors aim at identifying and showing the possibilities of interdisciplinary integration in the formation of the environment-oriented component of universal and professional competencies in the process of fulfilling the requirements of the Federal State Educational Standards. The article illustrates the practice of implementing interdisciplinary integration in higher education when forming the environment-oriented component of competencies by means of experimental work within the educational process at Penza State University and A.V. Khrulev Penza Branch of the Military Academy of Logistics. It is shown that the interdisciplinary integration implies not complementing the disciplines with additional ecological content, but creating a new system with emergent properties that are of interest of both environmental and field-specific education.
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