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Teachers and students in modern professional education: rethinking roles

V.P. Solovyov, T.A. Pereskokova
80,00 Р

UDC 378             


V.P. Soloviev is Cand. Sci (Technic), Prof. at NUST MISIS, e-mail: ; and T.A. Pereskokova is Cand. Sci. (Pedagogy), Ass. Prof. at Institute — Brunch of RGGRU (MGRI) in Stary Oskol

This study examined the problem of the relationship between teachers and students, which has become a key to success in the educational process. Shown is the importance of using the results of a survey of students about their satisfaction with the organization and implementation of the educational process, the level of professional and pedagogical skills and personal qualities of teachers.

The transition to a classroom interactive learning system is recommended, which facilitates the use of innovative educational technologies such as problem-based learning, modular learning, blended learning. Recommendations are made for some systemic changes in vocational education to produce people who are well prepared for modern life.

Key words: teachers, students, competencies, questionnaire, teacher’s class, student-centered principle, education.


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