National idea as a consolidating principle of university education
The object of research is national education of students in the university environment.
Investigated problem. As a result of a critical analysis of the works of Ukrainian scholars, the issue under investigation has been solved. The status of contemporary higher education in Ukraine, and the processes that can negatively affect it have been analyzed. The state holistic strategy of national education for young people, enshrined in the legislative documents of various ministries and departments has been investigated. The views of western scholars on the discussed problem have been regarded, as a result, the implementation of a new term has been identified.
Main scientific results. The fundamental goals and basic tasks of a national idea implementation in the general system of Ukrainian education have been determined. The complex perspectives of an up-to-date teachers’ training which can be regarded controversial in terms of new challenges in Ukrainian society have been outlined. Much attention has been paid to the issues national identity, national values and patriotism of students through the prism of global values and tolerant relationship. The idea of close cooperation necessity between ministries and educational institutions aimed at establishing peaceful and friendly relations between residents of different regions of Ukraine has been expressed. The idea of national consolidation on the basis of common cultural and historical past, national values and interests has been defined as the principal factor in the university students’ education.
Scope of practical application. The results of the research can be used in both cognitive and educational values.
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