AZƏRBAYCAN MİLLİ ELMLƏR AKADEMİYASI
SƏNAYE 4.0 RƏQƏMSAL TƏHSİL TEXNOLOGİYALARI (TEXNİKİ-TƏLİMAT PROQRAMI)
Krişnan Umaçandran

Standart metodlar əsasında transformasiya edilmiş təhsil tədris olunan texnoloji modullar hesabına rahat və əlçatan olmuşdur. Rəqəmsal öyrənmə vasitələri ilə təkmilləşdirilmiş tədris prosesləri bir sıra üstünlüklərə malikdir. Texnologiyalara əsaslanan rəqəmsal təhsil tələbələrə yeni öyrənmə üsullarını təklif edir. İnkişaf etməkdə olan texnologiyalardan istifadə etməklə təhsildə baş verən transformasiyalar tələbələrə yeni yanaşma və mobil texnologiyalar vasitəsilə ömür boyu təhsil imkanı yaradır. Təqdim edilmiş məqalədə potensial işçilərin təkamül prosesində olan 4-cü sənaye inqilabının mümkün senarilərinə hazırlıqlı olmalarına dair Bacarıq və Təhsil 4.0-ın inkişaf meylləri son on ildə aparılmış tədqiqatlar əsasında təhlil edilmişdir (səh.22-30).

Açar sözlər:İnkişaf etməkdə olan texnologiyalar, Sənaye 4.0, Rəqəmsal öyrənmə, Maşın bacarıqları, Öz-özünü idarə edən bacarıqlar, Transformasiya edilmiş təhsil
DOI : 10.25045/jpis.v13.i1.03
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