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The didactic unit is an autonomous part of the content of the academic discipline, expressed in the names of topics, sections or modules.
Credit unit (credit) is a measure of the quantitative measurement of the student’s academic workload for mastering a subject, including class hours and extracurricular independent work, including preparation and passing the exam.
The quality of higher education is the correspondence of higher education (as a result, as a process, as a social system) to the needs, interests of the individual, society, and the state.
Qualification characteristic of a specialist is a generalized norm of the quality of training for a certain specialty (specialization) with the appropriate qualifications, including areas, objects, types and tasks of professional activity, as well as the composition of competencies necessary to fulfill functional duties in a socially regulated market.
Qualification - knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for a particular profession in the labor markets, confirmed by a document (STB 22.0.1).
Competence - expressed ability to apply their knowledge and skill (STB ISO 9000).
The competence of knowledge, skills and experience necessary to solve theoretical and practical problems.
Quality assurance - a coordinated organization management and management activity aimed at creating confidence that quality requirements will be met (STB ISO 9000).
An educational program is a system of goals, objectives and content of education, determined by educational standards and curricula and curricula developed on their basis.
Preparation is a process of training and education aimed at mastering by future specialists competencies that allow solving social, professional and personal problems.
Specialty - a type of professional activity that requires certain knowledge, skills and competencies acquired through training and practical experience (OKRB011).
A typical curriculum is an integral part of the educational program that regulates the structure and content of specialist training, types of training and forms of knowledge control, which takes into account the state, social and personal needs of students, determines the degree of independence of the university.
The standard curriculum of the discipline is an educational and methodical document that defines the goals, objectives and content of the theoretical and practical training of a university graduate in academic discipline, which is developed on the basis of the educational standard in the specialty and approved in the prescribed manner by the Ministry of Education.
The curriculum of the specialty is the educational and methodological document of the university, developed on the basis of the educational standard for the specialty, containing the schedule of the educational process, the forms, types and dates of training sessions, final and phased control, the list and volume of cycles of disciplines taking into account regional and industry characteristics of the university.
The curriculum of the discipline is the educational and methodological document of the university, developed on the basis of a standard curriculum and defining the goals and content of theoretical and practical training of a specialist in the academic discipline included in the curriculum of the specialty, revealing the main methodological approaches to teaching the discipline.
Psychology is the science of psychic, including psychophysiological and socio-psychological, phenomena, their nature, patterns of development and mechanisms of the functioning of the psyche as a special form of human life, as well as the principles and methods of their scientific research.
Psychologist - the professional qualification of a specialist with a university degree in psychology;
Psychology teacher is an additional professional qualification of a specialist with a university degree in psychology.
A specialist in psychology is a person who has received fundamental training in the humanities and special training in the field of psychological sciences, has mastered scientific knowledge and experience, has accumulated creative potential, is able to become a subject of creative, professional, scientific and practical activities, ready to provide psychological assistance and other types psychological services based on the norms and principles enshrined in the professional code of psychologist;
A specialist with a higher psychological education is a person who has the professional qualification of "psychologist."
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Key Terms and Definitions
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