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id: 19614
Title: Theory of project preparation of agroengineers on tne basis of scientific work on the development of agricultural machinery
Authors: Pryshliak V.
Keywords: project, trainingproject, activitytotal, amount of knowledge, future agricultural engineer, theory, agricultural machinery
Date of publication: 2019-02-25 11:15:32
Last changes: 2019-02-25 11:15:32
Year of publication: 2018
Summary: The conducted scientific researches on the theory of project preparation of agroengineers are based on scientific research on agricultural engineering which were based on regulatory documents, including the Law of Ukraine “On Higher Education”, which states that the educational process is an intellectual, educational and scientific activity, which is being carried out in institutions of higher education through a system of scientific and methodological and pedagogical activities. The study of the influence of cross-cutting, scientifically substantiated sequencing and step-by-step pedagogical technology of training on the formation of readiness for future activities of future specialists in agroengineering was conducted. In a scientifically substantiated system of cross-cutting design of technical means of mechanization, the key stage is the implementation of a professionally relevant for agroengineer coursework on agricultural machines, which students perform at the 3rd year of study at the university. In these scientific studies, the readiness of a future specialist in agroengineering to design and research activities was assessed by motivational-value, cognitive-educational and activity-practical criteria.
Publication type: Статті у зарубіжних наукових фахових виданнях (Copernicus та інші)
Publication: International scientific journal "Science. Business. Society". - 2018. - № 3, Issue 4. - P. 145-149.
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