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Communicative Competence Management Approaches in Higher Education

By Natalia Aleksandrovna Lukianova, Yuri Viktorovich Daneykin (Daneikin) and Natalia Viktorovna Daneykina (Daneikina)

Abstract

In the context of lifelong learning it is necessary to train a person who will be able to get oriented appropriately in all spheres of social life and actively influence them, without which it is impossible to proceed to the educational community with a high level of spiritual, legal and professional culture. Not only the expertise but also the general communication skills in the professional activity of a specialist become important. Communicative component is now represented fragmentarily in the content of Russian higher education, while the necessity in its expansion and the constitution is growing as communicative education is becoming an important means of the formation of professionalism and if to look more broadly, a way to transform our social realities. Search for the mechanisms to manage communicative competence of students is an important task in the development of higher education. The solution to this problem will increase the efficiency of training of future specialists in the period of active development of new communication technologies and create the conditions for successful professional and personal fulfillment. The research presented in the paper is based on the hypothesis that the formation of communicative competence of university students is determined by the interconnectedness of competencies which make up the structure of communicative competence through the sequencing of the stages of development of communicative competence and determination of the algorithm of formation of communicative competence in higher education

Topics: коммуникативная компетентность, коммуникативные навыки, высшее образование
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.11.761
OAI identifier: oai:earchive.tpu.ru:11683/36131

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