UDC: 
37.0
Grass Tatiana Petrovna
Доктор педагогических наук, Dr. Sci. (Pedag.), Assoc. Prof., Prof. of the Department № 17 «Economics», St. Petersburg University of Civil Aviation, tpgrass@mail.ru, St. Petersburg
Petrishchev Vladimir Innokentievich
Доктор педагогических наук, Dr. Sci. (Pedag.), Prof., Prof. of the Department № 7 «Language training», St. Petersburg University of Civil Aviation, vpetrichtchev@hotmail.com, St. Petersburg
Kolesnikova Yulia Nikolaevna
Postgradute Student of the chair of Pedagogic, Krasnoyarsk state pedagogical university named after V.P. Astafiev, Kolessnikova@mail.ru, Krasnoyarsk

General and peculiar approaches to the enterprising formation in contemporary schools in the USA, Germany and China

Abstract: 
The article aims to analyze approaches to the formation of enterprising in schools in three economically developed countries: the USA, Germany and China which provide the development of a school student personality and the transfer the knowledge and competencies to promote his successful employment and to be self-employed. In the course of work on the article the authors relied on the comparative method which allows to obtain the reasonable scientific and practical results. Special attention was paid to the practical aspect of the enterprising formation which is realized in the special programs of three countries under study. On the basis of the approaches' analyze to the formation of enterprising in three countries, their effectiveness and practical application, the authors come to conclusion that despite of huge differences in economic, social and cultural conditions when enterprising formation takes place in the USA, Germany and China, it turns out that the enterprising formation in these countries is based on the American model along with the consideration of the specific character of these countries.
Keywords: 
enterprising, school, programs and projects, personal initiative, American model, cooperation.
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