Ekonominės krizės įtaka studijų kokybei

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Ekonominės krizės įtaka studijų kokybei
Alternative Title:
Impact of economic recession on the quality of studies
In the Journal:
Mokslas ir edukaciniai procesai [Science and process of education]. 2010, Nr. 2 (12), p. 109-123
Globalizacija; Interaktyvios; Interaktyvios studijos; Kompetentingumas; Kompetetingumas; Krizė; Profesionalizacija; Studijos.
Competence; Comppetence; Economic recession; Globalization; Interactive; Interactive studies; Professionalism; Studies.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojami globalizacijos padariniai mokslui, studijoms. Taip pat akcentuojamas ekonominės krizės vaidmuo studijoms, ieškoma galimų sprendimo būdų. Straipsnyje aptariamos sąsajos tarp verslo, mokslo, pristatomos interaktyvios studijos, kurios ir būtų kompetentingumo ir profesionalumo išraiška. Pateikiamas trečio tūkstantmečio studento įvaizdis. [Iš leidinio]

ENCurrent processes determine development of modern knowledge, which results in the development of science and technology. Science based practical application of knowledge allows developing new global processes. The competition between businesses and the speed of introduction of innovations is related to the development of modern knowledge, which becomes outdated more rapidly. This makes businesses look for more advanced knowledge and technologies in terms of commerce, and the current processes make universities 'move' more effectively as the producers and disseminators of science. The discussions concerning encouraging universities to adapt to the societal demands arise constantly. However, not all organizational processes may be adapted at the same pace. It is believed, that speeding up application of modern knowledge may be achieved via more intense staff training, which allows more rapid introduction of innovations, rather than speeding up research processes. There are ongoing discussions concerning the interaction between academic community and business, the modernity of study programmes and the nature of the studies developing professionalism. Research aims to analyze the impact of economic recession on the quality of education. Research focuses on the interrelation between the quality of education and the economy of the country. Research objectives are: to analyze the EU requirements for higher education; to discuss systemic changes in higher education; to present methodological analysis in case of economic recession; to present the concept of the studies developing professionalism. Research methods include scientific literature analysis and comparative analysis. Higher education should be based on the principle of sustainable development and should comply with the international regulations of cross-border higher education quality assurance. The EU aims of higher education are set in the EU documents.How the EU member states' higher education should be integrated into the common EU space so that "fresh" alumni could create highly added value by using acquired skills and competences. The system of higher education in Lithuania is under change. Firstly, the Lithuanian higher education becomes more democratic and massive. Secondly, economic sciences developed significantly in Lithuanian universities and universities promote scientific - economic progress. They both educate intellectual labor force and develop scientific economy, and employ the major part of that labor force, starting from laboratories to libraries, and computer networks. Third, globalization and disappearing distances radically transform the academic community as well as business. Fourth, competition forcing traditional universities to compete for students and research funding; private enterprises also try to replace this sector. Interactive study model combines both university studies and acquisition of in-service knowledge; there are no common final goals, but contacts are sought alternatively via collaboration and search for common interests so that science and business jointly develop professionals, who are able to focus the knowledge and skills they It is possible to strengthen professional identity and assess the progress of professionalism under alternative applied studies, applying means of critical thinking. That is the evaluation of the students' results. The effectiveness of the study process depends on the academic staff skills and their expertise in the development of students' professionalism. The effectiveness of the study programme depends on collaboration between the process participants. Implementation/completion of the study process may be achieved under team work, ensuring appropriate conditions to collaborate science and business. [From the publication]

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