Микола Єршов
2019 Науковий вісник Інституту професійно-технічної освіти НАПН України. Професійна педагогіка  
The national professional (vocational) and pre-high tertiary education are represented based on the analisys national legislation, the materials of Ukrainian and foreign mass-media, scientific articles on reforming education system issues, statistic data of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, State Statistics Service of Ukraine, State Employment Service, the Internet-sources (HeadHanter, UNESCO Database, Approved Event (UFI), Eurostat Educational Statistics), VET schools and colleges
more » ... hools and colleges web-sites, analytical materials the Institute of vocational education of the National academy of educational sciences of Ukraine (NAES), Institute of information technologies and learning tools of the NAES of Ukraine. Common problems of professional (vocational) and pre-high tertiary education digitalisationare the following: education development lagging (content, training forms and methods, technical equipment) in comparison with digital technologies development pace: outdated occupations; education program content and labour market requirements disbalance; conservative training methods and forms for future specialists training and the teaching staff upskilling, VET schools outdated material and technical basis; low digital competence level of most VET schools managers and teaching employees; poor communication of business, IT companies and education establishments. The professional (vocational) and pre-high tertiary education digitalisation prospects are identified in the context of digital society building and digital economy development: public-private partnership strengthening; dual form of education introduction; distance and mixed learning (blended learning) organization; inclusive education introduction; competence-based approach in the educational process; scientific and educational on-line platforms creation; individual education pathways building at educational institutions for employment in "digital workplaces"...
doi:10.32835/2223-5752.2019.18.67-74 fatcat:o7hrxdroofdc7k5jaw363y643q