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ICT competence
fashion industry

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O. V. Yezhova, K. L. Pashkevich, and D. V. Gryn, “DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION STUDENTS’ ICT COMPETENCE WHILE TEACHING COMPUTER-AIDED FASHION DESIGN”, ITLT, vol. 73, no. 5, pp. 15–27, Oct. 2019, doi: 10.33407/itlt.v73i5.2547.


The present paper deals with the problem of CAD (computer-aided design) competence formation of would-be teachers of technology and vocational school teachers. It is noted that for fashion industry to develop, it is necessary that its professionals should have both the knowledge of basic communication technologies and foundations of using CAD. ICT competence is necessary for trainee teachers of technology and vocational education specialists both for their educational activity and for successful creation of outfit models using computer techniques. The aim of the research lies in grounding the list of software equipment to be used by trainee teachers of technology and vocational school teachers to provide effective learning of CAD in professional sphere. The introduction to professional-oriented software is realized in higher education institutions of Ukraine during the course of “Basics of computer aided design”, after a preparatory course “Information Technologies” Information technologies are used in fashion industry for creating new models, equipment management, and for maintaining the life cycle of outfits. Hereby presented is a systemized list of computer software tools for professional purposes to be used in automated workstation of the designer: software tools for correct and safe system component management; software for file creation and information sharing; CAD-subsystems. The content of the course “Basics of computer aided design” have been described. Practical approbation has proved effectiveness of the developed syllabus along with the methodological support of the course “Basics of computer-aided design”. The results of the investigation are important for grounding the content of study for trainee teachers of technology and specialists of vocational education, as well as for professionals in fashion industry.

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