Innovative approaches to teaching students in the modern educational information environment in the USA and Great Britain
The trend of development of priorities in education and training of students, secondary and higher schools in the USA and Great Britain in retrospect (XIX – early XXI centuries) is clarified. In particular, classical education is briefly described, which had a reproductive character and considered the student as a passive object of learning, which must be filled with knowledge in accordance with certain programs and methods. Classical education was represented by the following approaches: secular, theological, biographical, introspectionist, logical and methodological. American scientists noted that traditional types of Education (classical education and non-classical education) are based on the causal mechanism of the development of thought, the basis of their thinking is considered either the object of learning (classical education) or the subject of learning (non-classical education). Postnonclassical Education combines the positive aspects of traditional education in a single syzygy process of educational activity, which means constant interchangeability, on the one hand, of those who study and on the other – of those who teach. The implementation of postnonclassical education is characterized by the following modern approaches: competence-based, continuous professional improvement of teachers, situational, cultural, systematic, interdisciplinary, axiological, synergetic.
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