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Заглавие: Иновативни подходи и методи за изграждане на умения и компетентности в контекста на проект е-Менторинг
Други Заглавия: Innovative approaches and methods for development of skills and competencies in the context of the e-Mentoring project
Автори: Monova-Zheleva, Mariya
Kurteva, Galina
Zhelev, Yanislav
Ключови Думи: Менторинг
Интегриран е-Менторинг модел
Виртуална среда за менторство
Issue Date: 2012
Издател: Бургаски свободен университет, 8000 Бургас, бул. "Сан Стефано" №62
Серия/Отчет но.: TOM XXVII;str-33
Резюме: In this paper are described approaches and methods used in the framework of the international project e-Mentoring1. Successful participation in the fast changing labour market requires the alignment of employment-related skills and competencies. Thus, it is very important for the last year students at universities and vocational education and training (VET) institutions, as well as for adult learners to prepare themselves to re-/enter the labour market and get employed or to start own business. During the last years mentoring provided by employers and/or employees in the role of mentors is becoming a more and more common method worldwide as an effective learning process. The project aims at transferring mentoring experiences of all three educational sectors into a common e-Mentoring model providing in the same time innovative tools and methodology for its implementation.
Описание: Годишник на БСУ 2012 том XXVII
URI: http://research.bfu.bg:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/358
ISSN: 1311-221-X
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