Models Of Practical Training

The circle of contemporary reform tendencies covers the entire education system, especially the sphere of higher education. In the wake of the great innovations that have covered the higher education system on the European continent, based on a new quality of education oriented towards exploring the future, fostering competitiveness, diversity, decentralization, flexibility and mobility of all participants, there is a real, unique opportunity opening up to eliminate and reject all the misconceptions and confusions that have made the existing higher education system ineffective, inefficient and uneconomical. Higher education institutions strive to organize their work in accordance with the newly created principles, which not only implies new roles of a lecturer and a student, but also includes a new, different approach to the organization and realization of the teaching process.

It is a significant issue for students to develop the ability to integrate theoretical knowledge and to transform and apply it in a practical context. It is the reflexive practice that should develop students’ abilities to observe, decide, continually explore, collaborate, and communicate with others independently.

New approaches to study through attractive, innovative, interdisciplinary and unique program, through synergy of professional and entrepreneurial spirit, strive to respond to the needs of a dynamic labour market, contribute to strengthening the educational sector that must support the development of a modern democratic knowledge society and educate professional, independent, responsible and highly motivated professionals who will contribute to the development of science and participate in the further development of higher education.

The purpose of professional practice is to monitor tasks and workload, solve problems, assist workers in dealing with work situations and moral and ethical dilemmas, and promote staff development

•the importance of the professional practice of students in the immediate present, the new technologies they carry, innovation and the speed of change;

•implementation of modern technologies in the field of professional practice, as well as building a sustainable connection and better understanding of students’ needs;

•discovering new educational opportunities through the use of innovations and technology through practical work

•new trends brought about by digitization in the process of acquiring practical knowledge and skills;

•the role of practical training to develop expertise through innovations;

In this book, the authors explored the beliefs of expert results about the use of technology through technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge. The practical results of the scientific, technological, engineering and mathematical (STEM) programs indicate the stimulating results of students’ practical achievements. The findings revealed that internal and external barriers were present and influenced how teachers positioned their pedagogy in terms of technological integration.