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Formation process of basic natural science competences for coming-to-be “innovative person”: example of training students in the humanities

A.R. Kamaleeva
80,00 Р


the candidate of pedagogical sciences,
the senior lecturer of Kazan (Privolzhsky) Federal university,
the professor of Russian Academy of Natural sciences
Use of specific technology of stage-by-stage formation of intellectual actions of students in the humanities for the purpose of training in them basic natural science competences for successful socialization in modern hi-tech society is proved in the article.
Key words: competence approach, key qualifications, base skills, key skills, self-educational skills, basic natural science competences, didactic chain.
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