Student’s innovative competence as a priority direction of educational management
Introduction. The research is topical due to the need for fundamental reforms in the field of educational management. The problem of acquiring innovative competencies by the students arises against the background of the continual transformation of social relations. Future specialists who are currently students of higher educational institutions (HEIs) must meet all socio-economic challenges in the future. Methods: an adapted questionnaire was used to assess the level of skills in students of pedagogical HEIs and the method of diagnosis of the individual measure of reflexivity, the Rokeach Value Survey; methods of data collection and coordination, statistical and mathematical processing of results through Pearson’s formulas. Results: In the experimental and control groups, 7.6% of respondents have a low level, 82.6% — a medium level, and 9.8% — a high level. The experimental group (45%) showed a higher level of high reflexivity results than the control group (30%). Conclusion: Based on the processing of the obtained results, it is concluded that the development of innovative competencies in students of pedagogical HEIs after the application of pedagogical conditions increases quantitatively. Prospects: further research should be aimed at identifying key relevant innovation competencies.
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