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|Title:||Computer-Based Testing Complex «Profvybir»: Occupational Guidance Diagnostics|
|Authors:||Міщенко, Марина Сергіївна|
Кравченко, Оксана Олексіївна
Шеленкова, Наталія Леонідівна
Бойчевська, Ілона Борисівна
|Keywords:||career guidance work|
high school students
computer complex "Profvibir"
|Citation:||Kravchenko O., Shelenkova N., Mishchenko M., Boichevska I. Computer-Based Testing Complex «Profvybir»: Occupational Guidance Diagnostics. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Vol. 1828. 2021.|
|Abstract:||The importance of occupational guidance for individuals has been highlighted in the article. Modern tasks and challenges of occupational guidance have been presented and conditions of a personality’s successful self-realization have also been analysed. The article deals with the application of modern methods and forms of occupational guidance for students. The authors present the results of approbation of the computer-based testing complex “Profvybir”, performed during 2015-2019 for the diagnostics of occupational interests and inclinations. It is used as a separate information service for students of 8-11 grades. The complex was created in Centre of Psychological Diagnostics and Training Technologies “Insight” of Pavlo Tychyna Uman State Pedagogical University. During the mentioned period 780 students took part in occupational diagnostics. The following algorithm of work with the computer-based testing complex consisting of three blocks is presented. The article defines that the method of occupational guidance can be used to implement the policy of the Ministry of Education and Science in the development of occupational guidance, can be applied by a career advisor at school, while the computer-based testing complex may be an additional component of the occupational training program.|
|Appears in Collections:||Факультет соціальної та психологічної освіти|
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