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Methodological foundations of project training in the system of continuing professional education

V.G. Lizunkov, E.V. Politsinskaya
80,00 ₽

UDC 37.09                


V.G. Lizunkov is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), doc. at Yurga Technological Institute (branch) of National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University e-mail:; and E.V. Politsinskaya is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), doc. at National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University e-mail:

Researched is the problem of acceleration of scientific technical progress, when accumulated knowledge become old, and volume of new knowledge demonstrates steady growth. Under such conditions, the role of additional professional education (DPO) goes in steady growth. In the article, examined are methodological principles, enabling solvation of the problem of organization of project training, using in the system of DPO on the basis of higher school as to reckoning needs of modern society under conditions of forming of territory of outstripping social economic development (TOSER). The authors present architecture of integrated model of traditional and project education in the system DPO, and also proposed practical recommendations as to organization and incorporation of project activity during training of personnel in demand by TOSER.

Key words: TOSER, additional professional education, training, re-training, architecture of integrated model of traditional and project education, personnel in demand.


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