Sistemas de educación profesional en Alemania y Turquía: análisis comparativo

  • Anastasia Y. Pleshakova Ural State Mining University
Palabras clave: análisis comparativo, metodología de contexto, educación profesional, sistema de educación dual.

Resumen

Los desafíos de la globalización, que afectaron los procesos geopolíticos y económicos, la transformación del mercado laboral y la internacionalización de la educación, han configurado la urgencia del problema. El propósito del artículo es comparar los sistemas de educación vocacional en Alemania y Turquía (utilizando el sistema dual como ejemplo) para identificar las posibilidades de transferir ideas y prácticas del sistema de educación dual. Un análisis comparativo es el método de investigación líder, que utiliza el contexto, la transferencia y la metodología de pronóstico. La descripción y comparación de los elementos principales del contexto permiten determinar las posibilidades y condiciones de la transferencia del sistema educativo dual. Los hallazgos brindan la oportunidad de identificar los riesgos de transferencia y predecir las consecuencias de los préstamos. La importancia de los resultados de la investigación consiste en el contexto, la transferencia y el pronóstico que se justifican como elementos de análisis comparativo y se aplica esta metodología a los procesos de educación profesional. Los resultados del estudio se recomiendan a los organizadores de la transferencia de ideas y prácticas del sistema de educación dual en Alemania.

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2019-09-30
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Anastasia Y. Pleshakova. (2019). Sistemas de educación profesional en Alemania y Turquía: análisis comparativo. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 642-647. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/657