ISSN 2409-7616

A. Shilkina, I. Filippova, V. Karpushkin



Alvina T. Shilkina – PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Department of Quality Management, National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Irina V. Filippova – PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Department of Quality Management, National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Vladimir V. Karpushkin – Master student of the Department of Quality Management National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Abstract. The article discusses the issues related to the scientific foundations of methodological recommendations for organizing the planning process and the development of educational curricula. The authors believe that curriculum design is the focused organization of the curriculum as part of the course. When teachers design their curriculum, they determine what will be done, who and when, and what the purpose of each course is. It is important that the curriculum contains knowledge and skills that a student must master in order to move to the next level. In developing the curriculum, teachers guarantee the fulfillment of the necessary requirements of all interested parties, while they use various approaches and teaching methods that help them achieve their goals. As a result of the study, the key aspects of the sustainable development goals in the context of the quality of education, formulated in the framework of the UN Conference “Agenda for Sustainable Development until 2030”, which are the basis for an effective process of planning and development of educational programs, are identified; substantiated the importance of the design and development of curriculum-oriented students, based on a problem-oriented approach; The key advantages of the modular step-by-step structure of the curriculum are revealed, which allow you to select the appropriate level of task complexity and not overload the classes. The results of the study can be used by the teaching staff in the process of creating curricula in various humanitarian and engineering fields of preparation, for the development of special courses and joint educational projects.

Keywords: curriculum, cycle of the curriculum, module, lesson, problem-oriented design, principles for developing training courses for projects.



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Shilkina A.T., Filippova I.V., Karpushkin V.V. Scientific basis for the development of methodological recommendations to organizing the planning and development process educational programs. CITISE, 2020, no. 3, pp.27-37. DOI: