Gamova N.A., Kulish N.V., Shepherds D.I.
INFLUENCE OF INDEPENDENT WORK ON FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES OF FUTURE BACHELORS
One of the main objectives of professional education is training of the skilled worker of appropriate level and a profile, competitive in labor market, competent, responsible, owning the profession, ready to the constant professional growth, social and professional mobility. According to FGOS of the 3rd generation the role of independent work increases in educational process of bachelors. More than a half of all school hours is allowed for her. Modern requirements to process and results of independent work on formation of professional qualities of bachelors speak about need of her special organization. Educational and nonlearning independent work of the student has been built so that to develop ability to study. Practically she was implemented by providing all students with the educational and methodical materials, such as an electronic course of lectures solved by standard options of tasks, questions for independent studying of the specified subjects, tasks which model separate stages of individual research work and tasks on work with literature in the specialty. Formation of the professional abilities allowing to apply creatively gained knowledge happened when carrying out independent work in teams, during the work on the project, with the assistance of students in the formulation and realization of the problem connected with future profession. Control of results of independent work took place in the written, oral or mixed form. The correcting of the gained knowledge was carried out after holding an interview, testing, protection of projects and the presentations as from the teacher, and the student. Independent work on formation of professional qualities has allowed to teach students to set the educational purposes, to choose optimum ways of their achievement. To work in collective. I promoted increase in motivation of training. I developed the aspiration to continuously increase the knowledge at the bachelor. I developed abilities to independent creative activity.
Key words: independent work of students, all-professional competence, stages and possibilities of independent work when studying mathematics.
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Authors: Gamova N.A., Kulish N.V., Shepherds D.I.