August 2020, № 4 (227), pages 59-65doi: 10.25198/1814-6457-223-59
Yakupov G.S., Manakov N.A. RESEARCH TASKS IN PHYSICS AS A MEANS OF FORMING THE RESEARCH COMPETENCE OF A FUTURE ENGINEEROne of the most important tasks of higher education is to create conditions for training highly qualified engineering and technical personnel who are ready not only to master and improve existing technologies, but also to develop new high-tech technologies. The basic basis for training such specialists can be practical and seminar classes in the course of physics, aimed at solving research problems, in conjunction with the corresponding independent work of students. Solving research problems: contributes to a deeper understanding of the physical processes and phenomena underlying modern high-tech technologies; allows you to understand the conditionality of modern technologies by physical laws and laws; develops skills to structure information about technical objects and technological processes in a logical sequence; forms a General idea of the sequence of solving a technological problem (setting goals, formulating hypotheses, planning and conducting experiments, analyzing results and conclusions). Since physics is studied in all engineering specialties, it would be advisable to start implementing this approach as part of the physics course, especially since there is a huge stock of tasks that can be offered to future engineers for solving both in seminars and practical classes, and as homework.Key words: research activities, training of future engineers, research competencies, teaching physics at a University.
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