Approach to education in frames of the digital economy challenges (on example of teaching for the project-based activities)

Our world is about to enter the new technological revolution with cyber-physical systems in its technological basement. The question about searching and development of new approaches to the education of highly demanded specialists that are able to deal with the modern infrastructure is extremely acute nowadays. There are a number of trends specific to the training of the modern specialists such as interdisciplinary competences, long-life learning, involvement of industries to the educational process and its digitalization. The main goal of this paper is to show an approach to the development of courses and their implementation to the educational process with the help of the Basics in project-based activities course’ example

Keywords: project-based activities, distance learning, digital learning, long-life learning, modern competences, interdisciplinarity, digital economics


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