ПРИЗНАНИЕ НЕФОРМАЛЬНОГО И НЕОФИЦИАЛЬНОГО ОБУЧЕНИЯ: МОДЕРНИЗАЦИЯ РОССИЙСКОГО ВЫСШЕГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ ИЛИ РЕГРЕСС?


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Аннотация

Цель исследования состоит в том, чтобы оценить уместность или, наоборот, бесполезность «валидации неформального или неофициального обучения» (VNIL) для российских университетов – методов, которые существуют с 1930 гг. и используются во всем мире, но не в России.

Методы. Проведен обзор ведущих научных исследований по заявленной проблеме, а также анализ литературы по практическому применению системы VNIL.

Результаты. Описано социологическое исследование, которое демонстрирует, как система VNIL применяется в одном из университетов Англии. Рассмотрены причины, почему представители ЮНЕСКО, ОЭСР и политические деятели ЕС полагают, что данная система должна получить широкое распространение в мире. Главный аргумент состоит в том, что она отвечает потребностям граждан и организаций в сфере глобальной экономики. Автор приходит к выводу, что система VNIL столь же важна для педагогической практики в РФ, как и в других развитых странах.

Научная новизна. Система VNIL является недостаточно изученной в России. Данная публикация – попытка восполнить этот пробел. Дано авторское определение понятий «система VNIL» и «методы VNIL».

Практическая значимость. С целью распространения данной системы VNIL излагаются главные преимущества ее применения в современной высшей школе России. 


Об авторе

Джон Тальбот

Великобритания

старший преподаватель, доцент Института профессионального обучения Честерского университета, Честер (Великобритания). 



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