THE UNIVERSITY’S EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AS A FACTOR OF FORMING THE CULTURE OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES OF FUTURE MANAGERS

  • L. V. Honchar Donbas State Pedagogical University
Keywords: educational environment, future managers, professional culture, university

Abstract

In the study disclosed the essence of the concepts “educational environment of the university”, “culture”, “professional culture”, and “professional culture of the future manager”. The importance of the influence of the educational environment of the university on the formation of the culture of professional activity of future managers is determined. Effective conditions of the process of forming the culture of professional activity of future managers are outlined. Factors of influence on formation of culture of professional activity of future managers are characterized. The general purpose of forming the culture of professional activity of future managers has been determined. The forms of active activity of student youth in forming the culture of professional activity of future managers are analyzed. The list of educational disciplines contributing to the effective formation of the culture of professional activity of future managers is given. Forms, methods, means of forming the culture of professional activity of future managers are revealed. The information on pedagogical tools as a factor of effective formation of the culture of professional activity of future managers is presented. Among them: lectures, seminars, discussions, observation of the work of professional managers, independent work with non-fiction, writing mini-works, preparing reports, watching videos of managers, professionals, excursions to the best enterprises in the tourism industry, cognitive training, training writing miniworks, self- and self-evaluations, discussions, round tables with the participation of practitioners, immersion in professional situations, modeling of professional situations, business and role-playing games, role-playing trainings, drawing up life and professional plans and perspectives, strategies for professional development, professional workshops, quests, flash mobs, business games, brain-rings, cases, psychological trainings, individual consultations, control work, situational methods, workshops, webinars, workshops, clubs, clubs, sections, scientific conferences, business games, SWOT analysis and more. The newest tools and methods that contribute to the formation of professional culture of future managers are outlined, such as: business, psycho-economic, intellectual training, business games, coaching, brainstorming, team-building games, modeling non-standard, conflict and so on.

References

1. Вахрушева Т. Теоретичні аспекти активних методів. Педагогіка, психологія та медико-біологічні проблеми фізичного виховання і спорту. 2008. № 3. С. 46–49.
2. Великий тлумачний словник сучасної української мови (з дод. і допов.) / уклад. і голов. ред. В. Бусел. Київ ; Ірпінь : ВТФ «Перун», 2005. 1728 с.
3. Горбунова Н. Информационно-образовательная среда вуза как средство формирования информационной компетентности студентов. Вестник Ишимского государственного педагогического института им. П.П. Ершова. 2012. № 6. С. 50–54.
4. Зязюн И. Профессиональное развитие личности в контексте культурных цінностей. Проблемы постсекундарного профессионального образования. Киев : Высшая школа, 1998. 236 с.
5. Романовський О. Шляхи впровадження інновацій, підприємництва та підприємницької освіти в системі національної освіти України : монографія. Вінниця : Нова книга, 2010. 416 с.
6. Скибицкий Э. О соотношении понятий «информационно-образовательное пространство» и «информационно-образовательная среда». Сибирский педагогический журнал. 2007. № 14. С. 186–196.
7. Сластенин В. Формирование профессиональной культуры учителя : учебное пособие. Москва : МПГУ, 1993. 175 с.
Published
2021-02-09
How to Cite
Honchar, L. V. (2021). THE UNIVERSITY’S EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AS A FACTOR OF FORMING THE CULTURE OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES OF FUTURE MANAGERS. Pedagogical Sciences: Theory and Practice , (2), 227-231. https://doi.org/10.26661/2522-4360-2020-2-35