Strategic Tasks of Contemporary Education: Formal, Nonformal, Informal
Keywords:Modernization of education, lifelong learning, improvement of the quality and effectiveness of the educational process, advanced training, integration platforms
The importance of the topic of this article is due to the fact that during the reform of the educational process innovations are needed in the self-training of teachers, so it is important to explore the strategic objectives of contemporary education: formal, nonformal, informal. The purpose of the article is to study and justify the importance of teacher activity in the pedagogical process, highlighting the strategic objectives of formal, nonformal, informal education for self-improvement in the postmodern society. The article gives a theoretical justification for the concepts of formal, nonformal and informal education, considers the innovative perspectives of these concepts in the research of foreign scientists; determined effective conditions for the implementation of nonformal education through the integration platform tools; the specifics of integration of formal, nonformal and integrated education are presented. Nowadays, the change of these forms of education is associated not only with the independent development of each of them, but also with the tendency to combine their prospects. Moreover, it has become clear that formal education, although systemic but inertial, is not able to efficiently respond to students’ demands. As a result, it cannot provide the real continuity necessary for the personal and professional development of a contemporary individual, doomed to a lifelong learning in the conditions of high dynamic changes in the world around.
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