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Title: Peculiarities of preparation of a vocational teacher for use of application software taking into account the requirements of the federal state education standard
Authors: Neupokoeva, E. E.
Chapaev, N. K.
Chubarkova, E. V.
Tolstova, N. S.
Fedulova, K. A.
Tokar, A. V.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: ISER Publications
Abstract: The significance of the issue under study is due to the fact that nowadays there is a necessity of rethinking of conception of training future vocational teachers to use application software taking into account a competency-based approach. The article is aimed at studying the contradictions underscored while analyzing the conditions of the process of preparation of future vocational teachers for using application software within the educational process and also the ways of their solving realized with the help of the competency-based approach. The competency-based approach allows forming a system of requirements for the practical part of the research based on technology of project education. In the given research work the authors' viewing of principles of formation of conditions of preparation of the vocational teachers for using the application software within the education process is presented. The analysis of groups of conditions is made with regard to the discipline "Information Technologies in Education." With the use of traditional vision ("to know, to be able, to have") and vision from the point of view of Dublin descriptors. The contents of the article could be of interest for teachers who are engaged into training the Bachelors of Vocational Education (branch-wise) and also retraining in the sphere of use of the application software in the education process. © Authors.
Keywords: COMPETENCY-BASED APPROACH
DUBLIN DESCRIPTOR
TEACHING THE BACHELORS OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
ARTICLE
CONCEPTION
HUMAN
HUMAN EXPERIMENT
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
SOFTWARE
TEACHER
TEACHING
VISION
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
ISSN: 1306-3057
DOI: 10.12973/ejac.2017.00265a
SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-85048652878
WoS: 000419197000036
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