PEDAGOGICAL MODEL OF PREPARATION OF FUTURE ENGINEERS IN SPECIALTY "ELECTRIC POWER, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND ELECTRICAL MECHANICS" WITH USE OF MASSIVE ONLINE COURSES
The article presents an experimental model of training future engineers in specialty“Electric Power Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics”in conditions of massive open online courses (MOOC). The article reveals the concepts of modeling, designing and validity in pedagogy. The stages of construction of the pedagogical model are presented. Four blocks of the model of training the students in specialty”Electric Power Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics”for educational and scientific activities in the conditions of MOOC are presented: motivational, content and procedural, technological and productive. The motivational block is characterized by the definition of the main goals of the introduction of pedagogical technology: the preparation of a highly qualified specialist. The content and procedural block is based on the implementation of pedagogical conditions of educational and scientific training. The technological block consists of three stages: motivational, cognitive-procedural and control-evaluation. The productive block provides monitoring of educational and scientific training of students in the specialty "Electrical power, electrical engineering and electromechanics".It is determined that there is feedback between all blocks of the model, which allows to make changes in the content, forms and methods of teaching. The principles of construction and the main structural elements of each of the blocks are analyzed. The general principles for the training of future engineers in specialty ‘Electric Power Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics” are determined in conditions of MOOC; forms, methods and means of instruction are described. It is considered that educational and scientific training is implemented through such forms of teaching as lectures, video lectures, webinars, workshops, video conferences, discussion in forums, participation in scientific conferences and seminars. It is determined that the result of the developed model is readiness of the students majoring in ‘Electric Power Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics” for research and study.
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