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Title: Master’s training as a part of young researcher’s professional development: British and Ukrainian experience
Authors: Bidyuk, Natalya
Keywords: master’s degree;research activities;young researchers;professional development;research program;theoretical and practical experience;UK;Ukraine;scientific training;research-led teaching;research skills
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Хмельницький національний університет
Citation: Bidyuk N. Master’s training as a part of young researcher’s professional development: British and Ukrainian experience / N. Bidyuk // Comparative Professional Pedagogy. – 2014. – № 4 (3). – P. 19-25.
Abstract: The problem of the professional development of young researchers in terms of Master’s training has been analyzed. The analysis of the literature references, documental and other sources gave grounds to state that the basic principle of Master’s professional training is a research-oriented paradigm. The necessity of using the innovative ideas of foreign experience for improving the quality of Master's education due to European approaches has been proved. It has been stressed that the main task of Master’s programs is the preparation of young researchers for the next stage of their career both in research activities and success achievement in various fields of employment, assistance and creation of opportunities as well as optimal conditions for their contribution to the research of a particular scientific field or discipline. An important source for defining strategic priorities of solving the problems of Master’s professional training is studying and analyzing theoretical and practical experience of leading countries (USA, Australia and UK). The features of Masters’ research training in the British experience and the ways of supporting and developing the research activities and fostering Master's professional development in UK and Ukraine have been studied. It has been considered that Master’s training should be realized on the basis of such theories as social, human, intellectual and cultural capital, career orientation, constructive and cognitive concepts, continuing education and adult education, learner-centered education, comparative studies.
URI: http://elar.khnu.km.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/2591
metadata.dc.type: Стаття
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