Raisa Vdovychenko, Kateryna Shapochka. Competence Approach To Student Youth Education


Social Sciences / Education / Theory

Submitted on: May 21, 2019, 22:22:29

Description: The article highlights the urgency of the educational paradigm problem concerning the practical formation of the competences of contemporary student youth in the educational space of the university, the content of the concepts of "competence", "competence approach" as the necessary condition for the education of a highly culturally competent personality is outlined. The newest philosophy of education in the context of the Concept of the New Ukrainian School directs the educational process towards the formation of the individual, the affirmation of universal values, the development of potential opportunities and talents of student youth, and ensuring optimal conditions for their self-realization. This allows us to express the assumption that under current conditions a pressing issue of the educational paradigm is the formation of competences of student youth based on value-orientations, which will contribute to the formation of creative, active, gifted, intellectually and spiritually developed citizens of Ukraine capable of providing a new system of social relations and values. The essence and content of the competent approach determine values, since the formation of value orientations is the main goal and objectives of education of the individual in the educational space of the university. All this will allow university to conduct the educational process qualitatively.Key words: student youth, competence, competence approach.

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