Panarina Svetlana Sergeevna
Postgraduate student, Department Humanities and psychology, Astrakhan State Technical University, svetamilyaeva@gmail.com, Astrakhan

Pedagogical model of maintaining collaborative learning for adults in supplemenatry vocational training

The article describes pedagogical model that fosters collaborative adult learning activities in the system of additional professional education. The author of the article suggests activity, contextual, situational and contextual and personally oriented approaches as a methodological basis for the organization of the educational process. The author also sets forth a number of original principles that serve as requirements for maintenance of collaborative learning activities for adult listeners of additional professional programs. The conclusion is made that design, implementation and reflection of educational professionally-oriented situations of collaborative activity are integral to the organization of this type of learning. Taking into account the specifics of adult learning and the structure of joint educational activities, the author has designed a pedagogical model for organizing collaborative activities of adults in the system of additional professional education.
pedagogical model, supplementary vocational training program, adult learner, experience, collaborative learning activities, educational professionally-oriented situations of collaborative activity, pedagogical prerequisites

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