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Project Activities of University Students as A Means of Achieving Learning Outcomes

N.N. Dvulichanskaya, S.L. Berezina, V.B. Piasetsky
80,00 Р

UDC 378

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.11-22.022         

 

Natalia N. Dvulichanskaya, Dr. Sc. (Education), Cand. Sc. (Tech.), Docent, Professor of the Department “Chemistry” at Bauman Moscow State Technical University (National Research Institute), e-mail: nnd@bmstu.ru

Svetlana L. Berezina, Cand. Sc. (Tech.), Associate Professor of the DepartmentChemistry” at Bauman Moscow State Technical University (National Research Institute), e-mail: sberezina@bmstu.ru

Vyacheslav B. Piasetsky Cand. Sc. (Tech.), Associate Professor of the Department “Laser and optoelectronic systems” at Bauman Moscow State Technical University (National Research Institute), e-mail: piasetsky@bmstu.ru   

 

Modern socio-economic conditions for the development of the Russian Federation have determined the requirements for the training of highly professional competitive specialists who must have not only professional knowledge and skills, but also a whole set of universal competencies that a person needs throughout his life for self-education, self-realization, change of occupation, productive professional and other activities. The article substantiates the relevance and need to organize project activities of students of a technical university as one of the innovative pedagogical technologies aimed at developing social and personal competencies, activating cognitive interests, and developing creative abilities. The authors analyze the essence of the method of project activity in education, emphasizing its problematic practice-oriented nature. Presented examples of projects completed by students of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University based as on the integration of knowledge in general subjects, so that disciplines of professional training; proposed a system of project evaluation criteria. Highlighted professional and universal competencies of students of a technical university which formed in the process of implementing practice-oriented projects of a problematic nature, and which facilitate the mobility of a university graduates in the labor market, their socialization in society.

Key words: project activities of students, technical university, motivation, practice-oriented projects, interdisciplinarity, competencies.

 

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