DOI: https://doi.org/10.28925/1609-8595.2019.1.7379

RESEARCH-BASED TRAINING FOR PREPARATION OF PROFESSIONALS OF THE SOCIAL SPHERE IN GERMANY

Roman Pavliuk

Abstract


The article deals with the educational systems of research-based training for preparation of specialists of social sphere in Germany. On the basis of the research of foreign scientists and previous researches of the author it was set that the system of research-based training is defined as a complex of pedagogical purposes, which are combined with the main tasks in the development of research competence of students (development of skills for setting the research task and finding ways to solve it). The system of research-based training for preparation of specialists of social sphere in two leading universities of Germany (University of Cologne (Cologne, Germany) and Humboldt University (Berlin, Germany)) has been analysed. It is established that not every Master’s program involves studying with the use of research techniques. However, it was found that the research-based training system of study in its proper application encompasses not just the student’s research activity partly detached from the educational process, but is reflected in each student’s discipline. Each discipline reveals one of the aspects / tasks / areas of student research and in parallel serves as a practical basis for the development of professionally meaningful competences. Prospects for further research we see the study of the individual research and educational trajectory of the student through the entire period of training in the research-based training system for specialists of the social sphere and the development of methodological recommendations for the use of such a trajectory and system in the Ukrainian system of higher education. 

Keywords


educational system; professional training; research-based training system; specialist of social sphere.

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