Romanchenko Mikhail Konstantinovich
Кандидат технических наук, Director, Novosibirsk College of Food Industry and Processing, rmk2010@mail.ru, Novosibirsk

System Design as a Factor in the Development of Modern Professional Education..

The article discusses the possibilities of the formation of system design and organization of educational activities in educational institutions of the system of secondary vocational education. The substantiation of a systematic approach to the design activity of a pedagogical worker is proposed, a procedural scheme for the system design of the educational process in the context of modern changes in production requirements is proposed. The conducted studies allow us to conclude that it is necessary to divide the design process into three stages, which differ in priority determining goals. The structure of the system design of educational and methodological activities in the system of secondary vocational education is given. The purpose of the article is to identification and formation of the theory of system design, which is the need for the formation of teachers’ understanding of the essence of system design educational and methodological activities, its features, development prospects in the context of the renewing system of secondary vocational education. Methodology. The research is carried out on the basis of practical methodology, focuses on solving practical problems and purposefully solving the issues of organizing educational activities in professional educational institutions of the region. The article discusses the issue of the formation of the theory of system design and the organization of educational and methodological activities, in the conditions of timely, advanced updating and changes in curricula, which guarantee the training of a specialist with the necessary set of competencies. Results The results are in the significance of theoretical research: identifying the links between the educational activities of students with the stages of educational and methodological activities of pedagogical workers; the introduction of an educationally developed system of principles for system design of educational and methodological activities; formation of the system design structure; determining the level of readiness of open source software for the implementation of system design of educational and methodological activities to achieve goals to improve the quality of education. The drawbacks of the existing theory and practice of systemic pedagogical design are revealed in relation to the developed theory of systemic design of educational and methodological activities in the system of secondary vocational education, the elimination of which will ensure an increase in the effectiveness of the educational process. In conclusion, the demand for system design is noted as a necessary element of the activity of a pedagogical worker, who, within the framework of this project, should act as a creator of everything necessary to ensure the educational process aimed at achieving a predictable and predictable result. The work is an analysis of the potential for improving the quality of training students of secondary vocational education, as a priority task of modern society.
professional systems approach, system design, design technology, educational process, professional education.

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