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Content analysis of European and Russian physicists training models

M.M. Dunsky
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https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.06-17.076

 

M.M. Dunsky is Senior lecturer at Kostanay State University n.a. A. Baitursynov, Republic of Kazakhstan e-mail: Astronom1986@mail.ru

 

Examined is the content of higher education in the specialty “Physics” in a number of countries, i.e. Republic of Kazakhstan, Russian Federation, the Netherlands and former Soviet Union. Examined are based on official documents regulating educational process (state standards, university curriculums) timing of theoretical training at various cycles of disciplines in preparation of specialists in the field of physics, i.e. mathematical disciplines, physical (professional) disciplines, disciplines of choice component and other disciplines (humanities and general education, not directly related to professional activity). The author points out on imbalance in the content of physical education in the direction of its humanization in the countries of post-Soviet space.

Key words: higher education, content of education, problem of content of education, Russian education, Kazakhstan education, physical education, physics, comparative analysis.

 

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