SOCIAL PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN A MODERN EDUCATION SYSTEM
Larisa Starovoytova – doctor of historical sciences, professor of Russian State Social University, (Russia, Moscow), e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract. This work is devoted to the analysis of a place and role of professional social education in modern system of professional education, sources of social education in national history, improvement of training of students taking into account compliance to requirements of modern labor market. The general development strategy of the country today is determined by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, where Russia is defined as a legal and social state. This definition can only be implemented by an appropriate mechanism, defined structures and professional staff, whose main goal is the formation of an integral system of knowledge about society and social relations, social interaction and human contacts, social rights and responsibilities, social norms and social dialogue rules.
Key words: professional education, social education, competence-based approach, staffing of subjects of labor market, model of vocational training of the expert, innovative educational methodologies, graduate’s model, general, private, patrimonial meaning of social education, socio-historical practice.
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