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Title: Vocational training in sport and recreation micro-enterprises as an education project
Authors: Komleva, S. V.
Andryukhina, T. V.
Ketrish, E. V.
Tretyakova, N. V.
Korotkikh, I. P.
Okrimenk, T. S.
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Science Publishing Corporation
Abstract: This study appears urgent due to the need to create new jobs in the sport and recreation sector and to update the existing approach to vocational training in a micro-enterprise. This paper proposes an education project as a form of vocational training in such conditions. The authors aim to comprehend the current issues of pedagogical design for the transfer of experience within a micro-enterprise of the sport and recreation sector and to determine the conditions for effective educational interaction of micro-enterprise employees. This problem is addressed with a combination of the systematic approach and activity-based learning. This makes it possible to present the process of pedagogical design of vocational training in the conditions of a micro-enterprise as systematic activity of individuals in developing the professional competencies of a sport and recreation worker. The authors used theoretical and empirical methods. The theoretical methods were analysis of the psychological, pedagogical, sociological, scientific-methodological and specialized literature on the studied problem; the systematic approach to the definition of the problem and the formation of the research terminology; and analysis of the legal acts. The empirical methods were pedagogical observation; study and generalization of pedagogical experience; pedagogical design; questioning; conversation; interview; performance analysis; and expert evaluation method and integration of expert opinions. © 2018 Authors.
ISSN: 2227-524X
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.13.11593
SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-85045387846
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