Organizational Effectiveness of Training Prospective Specialists in Student Extracurricular Activitiesat the University Level
This article examines theorganizational effectivenessoftraining prospective specialists in student extracurricular activitiesat the university level by first evaluating the competence of penultimate-year students and then comparing theirinitial competence level to the moral and volitional perspectives of prospective specialists in extracurricular activities.After the summarized data was compared with the survey results, the findings indicate that when utilizing student competence as the main criteria, it effectively presented an ideal model of a specialist in extracurricular activities at the university level.
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)
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