PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY MANAGEMENT OF IT PROFESSIONALS TO INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS BASED ON COGNITIVE CARDS
AbstractThe article analyzes and summarizes competences of the IT professions defined by the European Competence Framework and competencies declared by higher IT education standards. The authors carried out a comparative analysis of competencies identified by modern educational IT standards in order to determine the commonalities and differences in the content of IT specialists training in Ukraine with international standards. With the help of cognitive cards, a simulation of the development of professional IT competencies was carried out within the framework of the cognitive modeling methodology. As designations of concepts at the vertices of the cognitive graph, the notions of competences defined in the notation of the European competence framework are taken. Building cognitive cards to manage the competencies of IT professionals and imitation on their basis of managerial influences allow exploring the subject area and developing strategies close to optimal for organizing the learning process in order to improve the quality of training specialists for the IT industry.
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