The Methodology of Complex Continuous Training of the Students of Technical Universities to Innovative Activities

Izabella D. Belonovskaya, Aleksander E. Shukhman, Marina A. Studyannikova, Natalia M. Minyaeva, Elena M. Ezerskaya, Olga F. Piralova, Dilyara F. Barsukova

Abstract


The urgency of preparing students for innovative activities is connected with the increasing requirements of the modern economy for the specialists’ competencies. The paper presents a methodology for the integrated continuous training of the students of technical universities to innovative activity. The methodological basis of the study is backed with the systemic, competence-based and resource-based approaches. The methodology presents the system of competencies of innovation activities including five levels and four components at each level. The training is carried out within the three stages: the guidance stage, the formative stage and prospective stage. For every stage we have determined the objectives, mechanisms, approaches, teaching tools and planned results. The experimental testing of the methods has allowed to identify the main factors of successive teaching. The results of the study may be useful for researchers and practitioners studying the problems of innovative engineering education.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2s3p36


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