E3S Web Conf.
Volume 159, 2020The 1st International Conference on Business Technology for a Sustainable Environmental System (BTSES-2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Chapter 9: Quality Education|
|Published online||24 March 2020|
Model of Scientific and Methodological Support for Training of Mentors for Vocational Education System in the Conditions of Digitalization
Kazan Federal University, Elabuga Institute of KFU, Elabuga, Russia
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Under the influence of digitalization, pedagogical activity in the system of modern vocational education is complicated and requires the mastering and improvement of competences in the field of design and the creation of a practical-oriented environment for training. Mentoring in such a system is becoming a key element in the training of competitive personnel. In this regard, it is fair to speak of the relevance of teacher training on the basis of the principles of variability and modularity, with the possibility of providing different entry paths, taking into account the availability or lack of experience in pedagogical activities, as well as basic profession and individual needs. The study is based on the use of methods of theoretical analysis, systematization, generalization of scientific and pedagogical literature on the topic of research, modeling. In the course of the study, the significance of the mentor’s psychological and pedagogical competence for vocational education system was shown, the content of its motivational-value, cognitive, process-activity, and reflective-analytical components that determine the effectiveness of the implementation of productive mentoring in the context of digitalization. A structural model of scientific and methodological support for the training of mentors for vocational education system in the context of digitalization is proposed.
Key words: digitalization / professional education / mentor / scientific and methodological support / model
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