Model of the Early Professional Orientation for Individualization of the Educational Process
The aim of the article is to analyze peculiarities of the professional orientation taking into account such methodological peculiarities as: psycho-physiological features of the audience, structure of the proforientation methods, statistical approaches to classify survey results and ways of presenting data when developing students’ profiles. Analysis of the problem field of research shows that at the federal, regional and local level the urgent task is to develop, integrate and implement a professional orientation system, which would include complex versions of diagnostic tests, an educational cloud space and, in particular, a digital platform (Learning Management System) for storage and processing of statistical data, as well as staff modernization programs with the aim of developing tutoring support system. The novelty of the work lies in describing the experience of implementing an early professional orientation model in a private school, taking into account peculiarities of educational process organization. Research methodology and methods: in writing article methods of induction and deduction, methods of comparative analysis and synthesis of information were used, the analysis of various forms of questionnaire survey was carried out.
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