Inovatyvių metodų taikymas kintančioje teisės ir policijos veiklos bakalauro studijų programoje

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Inovatyvių metodų taikymas kintančioje teisės ir policijos veiklos bakalauro studijų programoje
Alternative Title:
Innovative approaches towards changing law and police activities in the bachelor's degree program
In the Journal:
Dėstytojas; Inovatyvūs studijų metodai; Policijos pareigūnas; Policininkas; Studijų procesas; Teisininkas; Teisės ir policijos bakalauro studijų programa; Teisės studijos; Teisės ir policijos veiklos bakalauro studijų programa.
Bachelor degree study programme of Law and Police Activity; Innovative teaching methods; Law and police bachelor study program; Lawyer; Police officer; Study process; Teacher.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojama Mykolo Romerio universiteto Viešojo saugumo fakulteto Teisės krypties (01S) Teisės ir policijos veiklos bakalauro studijų programa. Programa skirta rengti plačios kvalifikacijos teises srities specialistus. Programa atnaujinta siekiant rengti aukštos kvalifikacijos teisininkus, gebančius dirbti įvairiuose policijos padaliniuose, ikiteisminio tyrimo įstaigose ir kitose teisėsaugos institucijose, A ir B lygio pareigybėse. Aptariami septynių lygių studijų metodai šioje bakalauro studijų programoje. Atliekamas tyrimas, kokius ir kaip dažnai studijų metodus taikė dėstytojai iki šios programos atnaujinimo praktikoje. Keliama problema, ar, kintant šiai programai, kinta ir dėstytojų taikomi metodai. Kokie inovatyvūs metodai taikomi dažniausiai, atnaujinus programą. Nustatyta, kad įvairių dalykų dėstytojai taiko tokius naujus inovatyvius metodus, kaip atvejo studija, probleminis mokymas, praktiniu turiniu grįstas mokymas, seminarinis darbas grupėse, E.mokymosi aplinkoje organizuojamas darbas ir On-line, metodus. [Iš leidinio]

ENArticle examines Mykolas Romeris University, Faculty of Public Security (hereinafter referred to as the MRU VSF) Law direction (01S) Law and police activities in the changing bachelor study program. Training of police officers is an important issue because much of the discussion is taking place not only in the US, but also in many European countries regarding the shortest time to effectively develop a professional police officer, what methods to incorporate in the study process. The European Union's legislation strictly does not provide legal grounds for police training. Each of the countries, involved in the police officers, choose a training system adequate to their domestic opportunities, traditions and needs of police officers in training, but there have been a general trend felt – prepare a higher level officials, provide more knowledge, more practical skills and training and finishing the process by completion of the Bachelor degree of qualification (Bogdanski, 2009). MRU VSF developed Law and police activities in the bachelor study program, essentially is the same as programs adopted in other countries. We may find that the content of our study program its nature, evolution of the process and the training principles are consistent with the principles discussed in CEPOL (European Police College) Seminary police training provisions, and equalized by EU police officers Bachelors regulations. Using the method of analysis of the scientific literature regarding the EU experience in the preparation of similar programs was analyzed. The analysis of the programs issues was carried out at national and EU legislation levels. Content analysis was done in law and police activities used in the updated MRU VSF program. For such purposes method of surveys in writing was applied, which Was done by the 34 respondents – faculty magistral staff, working in the updated MRU VSF Law and police program.They expressed their opinion on the application of innovative techniques before and after updating the program. Analysis carried out in MRU VSF in the regularly updated law and police bachelor study program activities, shows that this subject applies innovative teaching and learning methods qualifies by the European qualifications framework (EKS - VI level) declared knowledge, skills, and competencies. It can be said that the programme content, the applied methods and the results achieved in line fits with the European qualifications framework, and with the Lithuanian. Updated Law and police activities in the Bachelor program methods fits Ramsden (2000), Jucevičienės (1989, 2007) and Jucevičienės and Simonaiticnės (2008, p. 22, 35-69) in a hierarchical structure of the seven methods levels of study (from simple -1 to the hardest - VII) and the European qualifications framework level VI description. It is found that the renewed Law and police activities in the Bachelor curriculum identify these innovative methods: a case study of problem-based learning, training based on practical content, work in seminars by groups, organized Electronic learning teachings environments and On-line. [From the publication]

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