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Nezhinskaia T.A., Glazyrina E.Y. METHODS OF FORMING PROFESSIONAL SPECIALIZED COMPETENCIES OF STUDENTS IN THE FIELD OF MUSICAL-COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIESThe dynamically developing sphere of information and communication technologies poses as one of the top priorities the issue of training relevant specialists for the education system. The use of special computer software in the work of a musician (performer, composer, sound engineer, teacher) requires the possession of professional specialized competencies. Mastering competences in the field of music and computer technologies requires the development, approbation and introduction of appropriate methods for teaching students. The conducted scientific research confirmed the effectiveness of the following methods of forming professional specialized competencies of bachelor students, mastering music and computer technologies: 1) the method of role-based observation, when a student, as a subject of a working collective based on practice, is included in the discussion and technological stages at all stages of the work of the team; 2) the method of bicontext analysis and interpretation of the future profession, when the student performs analysis and interpretation of the experience of training activities in the context of the prospective professional activity, and vice versa, performs analysis and interpretation of the professional experience of specialists in the context of the experience of training activities that he has; 3) the method of individualizing tasks in practice, when the following correspondences are taken into account: the content of tasks — the direction, profile and profiling of student training; the content of tasks — the social role, goals and objectives of the basic vocational education program; the content of tasks — the type of practice and the level of preparation of students. And also take into account: the consistent complexity of the content of tasks from the course to the course; continuity of the content of tasks with the contents of the academic disciplines, modules, cycles and sections of the curriculum; accounting for individual characteristics and abilities of students; 4) the method of the student’s creative portfolio — through the involvement of students in professional activities. The study confirmed the hypothesis of a high degree of importance of university practice as an integrator and catalyst of educational influences on the student in all types of his educational activity: educational, extracurricular, independent work.Key words: professional specialized competences, music and computer technologies, teaching methods, bachelor students, educational practice.
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Authors: Glazyrina E.Yu., Nezhinskaya T.A.