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Kulakhmet M, Hajrullina A, Oleksiuk N, Tvrdon M, Protas O, Ragozina V. Professional Training of Managers in the Information and Educational Environment of Universities. johepal 2022; 3 (2) :53-70
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The study aims to develop and experimentally test the professional training system for future managers in the information and educational environment. The study used the following methods: the methods of scenario; "focus groups"; theoretical formalizations of the educational process of training future managers; empirical methods for monitoring the description of pedagogical methodology and experiment; the methods of statistical and mathematical processing of the results of pedagogical experiment, quantitative and qualitative analysis of the obtained experimental data. A total of 698 students from six Ukrainian universities took part in the experimental study. According to the study, the formative and monitoring stage demonstrate positive changes in the development levels of knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies of the experimental group students, which were the same as those of the control group at the beginning of the experiment. The control and system stages of the pedagogical experiment confirmed the reliability of the developed system of professional training of future managers verified by the Pearson criterion. The study's results made it possible to substantiate proposals for the prospects of professional training of future managers in higher education institutions.
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Received: 2022/04/8 | Accepted: 2022/06/18 | Published: 2022/06/30

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