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Title: Students’ Self-guided Work as a Keystone to their Academic Success
Authors: Попова, Олександра Володимирівна
Popova, Oleksandra Volodymyrivna
Попова, Александра Владимировна
Корольова, Тетяна Михайлівна
Korolova, Tetiana Mykhailivna
Королева, Татьяна Михайловна
Keywords: self-guided work
higher education
independent work
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Харбінський інженерний університет
Citation: Popova O. Students’ Self-guided Work as a Keystone to their Academic Success / Oleksandra Popova, Tetiana Korolova // Актуальні проблеми філології і професійної підготовки фахівців у полікультурному просторі: Міжнародний журнал. – Випуск 3. – Харбін : Харбінський інженерний університет, 2020 ‒ С. 159-161.
Abstract: Nowadays, person’s independence and individual style prove to be a keystone to his / her successful performance of professional duties. Modern educated people are to be able to independently define and achieve goals, make decisions, obtain further education in accordance with their professional needs, interests and skills. The leading condition for the development of future professionals’ autonomy is created by a higher education institution through the promotion of academic freedom of higher education seekers, that is, “self-dependence and independence of educational process participants during implementation of pedagogical, academic, scientific and/or innovative activities which is performed based on the principles of the freedom of speech, thought and creativity, dissemination of knowledge and information, free disclosure and use of scientific research results taking into consideration restrictions established by laws of Ukraine”[4]. Therefore, while training students, special attention in higher school is to be given to the organization of students’ independent work and its content.
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