Nikitin Mikhail Valentinovich
Доктор педагогических наук, Leading Researcher, Dr. Sci. (Pedag.), Prof. of the Laboratory of Professional Education, Institute of Education Development Strategy, RAO Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, niki5.53@mail.ru, Moscow

Formation of a Polysubject Network Partnership Spo: Pilot Practices and Mechanisms

Emerging from the pandemic, the Russian labor market is actively restoring network polysubject partnership with organizations of secondary vocational education (SPO). The demanded directions of network activity of large regional colleges-educational complexes and network subjects-customers of personnel were determined. The subject of their network partnership is the modules of the network poly-subject educational program and the network communities of SPE graduates. Practice-oriented results of an interdisciplinary scientific study were obtained in the Laboratory of professional Education of the Institute of Educational Development Strategy of the Russian Academy of Education under the state task “Scientific and methodological foundations for creating an industry strategy for the development of education (secondary vocational education) and mechanisms for its implementation”, project no. 073-00086-1901 for the planned period 2020–2021. Introduction. Statement of the problem. In line with the methodology of the international scientific school of academicians of RAO S. Ya. Batyshev – A. M. Novikov, the theoretical foundations of the formation of network professional education/training/upbringing were developed, which is provided by the pragmatism of network connections and relations. The network approach has become an actual theoretical and methodological basis for designing schemes of network polysubject partnership of large vocational colleges and partners-customers of personnel. You must uncover the essential, the distinctive characteristics of the network of vocational education from the traditional level of understanding of secondary professional education, implementing educational standards fgos SPO. The following were determined: a) directions of network activity of large colleges of SPE; b) subjects of network partnership; c) modules of the network program; d) classification of network partnerships of SPE graduates. Purpose of the article. To develop a practice-oriented scheme of polysubject network partnership of SPO with the participation of network subjects – customers of personnel. To determine the current conceptual framework, to gain new knowledge about the specifics of network program modules and mechanisms of formation of network partnerships of SPE graduates. Methodology and methods of research. The network approach, as a regulator of the interface of virtual and physical realities in human life, allows us to design different formats of network partnerships, united by solving the problems of building professional qualifications for each student. Such partnerships become the core of the “competence network”, because qualifications have long been formed and evaluated not in colleges, but in network professional communities. The research methods are theoretical (development and critical analysis of schemes of poly-subject network partnership, clarification of the conceptual apparatus, formalization of classification features in the design of partnerships); empirical (observations and critical analysis of the pilot practice of network partnership of regional colleges). The results of the study, discussion. The article presents an interdisciplinary understanding of the phenomenon of polysubject network partnership of large regional colleges of vocational education and training subjects. The current conceptual framework based on the network approach is defined. A basic scheme of network partnership has been developed. The article presents the specifics of the modules of network educational programs for increasing professional qualifications of students of vocational schools (including citizens with disabilities), on the basis of which network professional communities are formed. Conclusion. Conclusions. Based on the purpose of the study, a large regional college –educational complex should be considered as the core of polysubject network partnerships, which are focused on building professional qualifications for different age groups of students and their implementation in the structure of a multi-layered Russian economy. The subjects of further discussion should be: the development of scientific, methodological and personnel support for the quality of the network educational process and the quality of the result of building professional qualifications by the subjects of network professional partnerships.
network approach, polysubject network partnership, module of the SPO network educational program, network educational and professional community

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