Innovative processes in higher education through the globalization of educational environment: international experience.
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Innovative processes in higher education through the globalization of educational environment: international experience
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
The article deals with the innovative processes in higher education in the context of educational environment globalisation on the basis of the experience of Ukraine, the USA, Sweden, and China. Modern educational environment is getting supranational, multicultural, and socio-oriented on the person’s development. As the result global life-long learning educational concept makes the level of students’ academician mobility and their competitiveness on the international labour market higher. Today, it requires the development of educational system that would form not a passive observer but an active creator of vital values. The modern approach implies more vivid, independent cognitive activity of each student, taking into account his/her peculiarities and abilities. The training of a modern specialist should be based on the ideas of competency-oriented training. Thus, it is possible to distinguish the main tendencies and innovative processes taking place in the world educational environment: internationalization of education in accordance with the global processes of globalization; changing the paradigm of education from traditional to innovative one; developing of the concept of life-long learning; shifting priorities from direct learning to individualized learning; activating the process of using interactive and digital technologies; developing the distance learning.
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Keywords: tendencies of education development, higher education system, competence approach, student-centered approach, life-long learning
Citation: Borysova, O. (2020). Innovative processes in higher education through the globalization of educational environment: international experience. Journal of Pedagogy and Educational Management 4, pp. 131-150