Practical Recommendations on the Organization of Pedagogical Monitoring in Institutions of Vocational Education
Ruslan A. Kutuev, Nikolay A. Mashkin, Olga G. Yevgrafova, Alexander V. Morozov, Anna N. Zakharova, Viktor T. Parkhaev
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The relevance of the study is conditioned by the need to adapt vocational training to the needs of a modern economy. The purpose of the paper is to develop practical guidance on the pedagogical monitoring in vocational education institutions. The leading approach to the study is the process-information approach, which allows considering monitoring as a specially organized continuous process of search and comprehensive analysis of indicators in order to promptly diagnose and forecast the state of the educational system, taking into account the goals. The study involves 500 teachers, 500 students who have defined the criteria for effective implementation of the regional component of vocational education. The main results of the study are to identify the objects and the main directions of pedagogical monitoring in vocational education institutions. The significance of the results obtained is that the revealed pedagogical monitoring facilities allow to track the results of vocational training on the planned, implemented and achieved stages, provide teachers, heads of vocational training institutions with objective and timely information necessary for making decisions on managing and making adjustments to the trust, organizational, informational, regulatory parameters of the organization of vocational training. Elucidated pedagogical monitoring trends cause systemic-structural integrity and content-methodical continuity at all stages of vocational education.

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Article Type: Research Article

INT ELECT J MATH ED, 2017, Volume 12, Issue 1, 3-13

https://doi.org/10.29333/iejme/593

Publication date: 21 Dec 2016

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