From the Paradigm of Learning to the Paradigm of Self-Education: Modern Technologies of Preparation of Students of University of Culture and Arts - Pages 1894-1897

Sergey I. Kurgansky, Natalia R. Turavets, Yekaterina G. Vakulenko, Vitalyi V. Kistenev and Kristina Yu. Boyko

DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-4409.2020.09.219
Published: 26 December 2020

Abstract: The paper presents the self-education paradigm that takes into account a conscious, focused and rational nature of this phenomenon, substantiates the need to manage this process in the 21st century, considers such concepts in personal development as “to learn” and “to discover”; from the perspective of the organization of the educational process at university, the article studies the correlation of “knowledge” and “education” in the context of self-study of students of universities of culture and arts; it investigates the role and importance of information and communication and time management technologies in students’ self-education.

Keywords: Paradigm, education, self-education, technology, information and communication technology, time management.


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