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Volume 121, 2021International Scientific Conference “Eurasian Educational Space: Traditions, Reality and Perspectives” 2021
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Current Issues in Contemporary Educational Space|
|Published online||07 September 2021|
The influence of Worldskills technologies on the formation of professional competence of college students
Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, Department of Chemistry, Institute of Natural and Socio-Economic Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia
1 Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The international experience shows that the mechanism of the WorldSkills competitive movement contributes to the development of the vocational education system. The study aimed to consider the Russian competition movement Worldskills Russia (WSR), as part of the international movement in terms of research problems: what is the pedagogical potential of WSR technologies and how effectively it provides the formation of the necessary professional and general competencies of students of secondary vocational institutions in blended learning (for example, medical college). The subject of the analysis was Russian and foreign research related to the formation of the competition movement; special attention was paid on materials that reveal the use of WSR technologies in educational institutions of the secondary vocational education system. The questionnaire was used to get students’ vision of WSR, their motivation for participating in the WSR. It was determined that the development processes of WSR included: the formation of the legislative framework; the allocation and use of significant state budget funds for professional training of teachers with the receipt of certificates of WSR Experts; significant costs for conducting exams according to the WSR standard, aimed at increasing the competitiveness of specialists for the innovative economy of the Russian Federation. A survey of medical college students shows that the involvement of the student audience in professional competitions is not ubiquitous; only 24.6% of first-year students of the first-year vocational education system are informed about the WSR movement. Only 16.9% of students were motivated to participate in Worldskills competitions. The integration of Worldskills technologies into the educational process in the blended learning model, along with project activities, ensures the formation of the necessary professional and general competencies of students of secondary vocational institutions. Methodological guidelines for the practice of vocational education in preparation for Worldskills require the solution of a set of related pedagogical and didactic problems. The research results can be used in the educational process of the secondary vocational education system.
Key words: Worldskills / blended learning / chemistry / secondary vocational education system
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