Approaches to Educational Programs Modeling, Design and Implementation for Continuous Training of Various Experts

Alexander E. Shukhman, Izabella D. Belonovskaya, Sergey A. Gerasimenko, Valery A. Anischenko, Olga F. Piralova, Vladimir I. Kravtsov, Pavel V. Belonovsky


This article describes an approach to model, construct and implement multilevel system of continuous educational programs. The training content is determined by the system of generalized professional competencies. The educational levels correspond to the competency levels. The multilevel system includes five educational levels: primary professional training programs (perhaps at high school), secondary vocational programs (which are transformed into applied bachelor programs), bachelor programs, master programs, and postgraduate programs. This multi-level educational system may be implemented effectively using the fractal model of regional educational structures. The fractal model is based on self-similarity, self-organization and self-development. This implemented educational system makes possible to use individual learning tracks both in one educational program and during the transition between educational levels.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2s3p149

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