publication . Article . 2008

Modulinis mokymas profesinio rengimo sistemoje : samprata ir principai

Navikienė, Živilė;
Open Access Lithuanian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2008 Journal: Profesinis rengimas: tyrimai ir realijos, volume 2,008, issue 16, pages 70-79 (issn: 1392-6241, Copyright policy)
Abstract
Many documents reflect the concern how to make VET system not only more attractive but also more available. Modular training is considered to be among the prerequisites for more flexible VET system. Modular training provides opportunities to students and teachers for creativity development as well as promotes independent continuous self-improvement. VET modularisation can help persons not only to acquire lacking competencies but also return to education system and at the same time to become more competitive in labour-market. Modularisation system establishes conditions under which more easy options are provided to pass from one educational level to another. Modu...
Subjects
free text keywords: Lithuania ; Modular training ; Module ; Principles of modular training
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