DOI: https://doi.org/10.20998/%x

Сутнісні характеристики сучасного стану розвитку теорії адаптивного управління в освітніх системах

Oleksandr Romanovskyi, Mykola Chebotarov

Анотація


Показано необхідність адаптивного управління в сучасних умовах пошуку відкритих і демократичних моделей управління, які можуть забезпечити гнучкість системи управління у нестабільній ситуації, коли відбуваються швидкоплинні зміни і впроваджуються інноваційні технології відповідно до вимог суспільства.

У статті розглянуто розвиток теорії адаптивного управління в освітніх системах, зокрема в системі вищого навчального закладу. Розкрито сутність адаптивного управління та вихідні теоретичні положення, які лежать в її основі. Виділено сутнісні характеристики адаптивного управління: закономірності, ключові принципи, структура, функції і технології, а також спеціальний інструментарій у вигляді факторно-критеріальних моделей діяльності учасників освітнього процесу та освітнього закладу в цілому, які розробляються для організації та здійснення адаптивного управління.

 

The article devotes to semantic analysis of terms for "transnational higher education" determining due to the peculiarities of their usage in scientific research works in the social fields (sociology, philosophy, political science, economics, cultural studies), documents of international organizations, governmental and non-governmental educational institutions of different countries involved in the process of international integration in education, in order to identify the nature of the phenomenon under investigation. Usually the term "transnational" is used in research on higher education to emphasize the importance of "between" or "on" territorial boundaries, so the emphasis is on what is happening in the "transnational space" rather than at the level of formal cooperation between nations. It is founded that the term "transnational higher education" is usually used to refer to real or virtual movement of students, faculty, and academic programs from one country to another. The study of semantic meaning of key term “transnational higher education” shows that it is often used with respect to educational and scientific initiatives and partnerships at the institutional level, rather than at the level of individual mobility of teachers and students. Development of transnational higher education as an active and effective international cooperation for the purpose of cross-fertilization and exchange of experience in education becomes an important part of education policy in developed countries, including Great Britain, Australia, Canada and USA. After all its indisputable advantages include increased availability of higher education universalization of knowledge, the development of international standards for quality and innovation, increase higher education participation by students and teachers in the international exchange of knowledge, expansion and strengthening of international cooperation in education and research sector, diversification and growth of financial flows by attracting foreign students to pay learning, expanding international network of higher education institutions for the effective use of their resources.



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система освіти; адаптивне управління; теорія; принципи; зміст; структура; технології; освітній процес; самоврядування

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