Innovative Components in the Educational Strategy of Training the Modern Graduates
Svetlana V. Barabanova, Rozalina V. Shagieva, Svetlana S. Gorokhova, Olga V. Popova, Artemiy A. Rozhnov, Anna V. Popova
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This article is devoted to formation of multicultural knowledge during the training of a modern engineer. New courses and innovative educational programs of Russian higher schools allow us to solve new problems of graduate adaptation to living in the multilingual community.The problem under study is important today because there is a need for bilingual teaching and learning and for forming multicultural knowledge within training the modern highly-qualified professionals, and also because of the lack of previous investigation in the aspects of pedagogical, institutional, and even personal nature that would allow solving the new tasks of adapting the graduates to the learning and working conditions in a multilingual society. This article is aimed at substantiating a theoretical model of a system of various methods to adapt foreign students to the educational environment of a Russian university and to promote the Russian students’ opportunities to be educated abroad. The leading method of approaching to this problem is the method of social and pedagogical experiment that allows us to consider this problem as a process of the students’ focused and conscious mastering the skills of energetically acting as a public space agent, when in the country of stay. This article presents a system of various methods to adapt foreign students to the educational environment of a Russian university and to promote the Russian students’ opportunities to be educated abroad, which system consists of the interrelated elements of pedagogical, institutional, and even personal nature, their special features having been shown, and the algorithm of implementing such methods having been developed. The theoretical model presented is aimed, first of all, at promoting the Russian students’ opportunities to be educated abroad, and it is focused on adapting the graduates to the learning and working conditions in a multilingual society.

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Article Type: Research Article

INT ELECT J MATH ED, 2016, Volume 11, Issue 9, 3329-3338

Publication date: 11 Nov 2016

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