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Title: Academic Discipline “History of Ukraine” in Higher Education Institutions: Problems, Judgments
Authors: Каdenyuk, О. S.
Zavadska, І. М.
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2020
Publisher: International Journal of Education and Science
Series/Report no.: Vol. 3, No. 2, 2020;
Abstract: It is advisable to apply the principles of mastering historical processes based on the variability of teaching educational material and the creation of appropriate alternative situations in a higher educational institution. In our opinion, one should pay attention to the advisability of moving in technical and agricultural and other non-humanitarian institutions of higher education to reading special courses on the history of Ukraine, due to the profile of the institution, their subject can be determined to take into account two points. Firstly, these are special courses on a general topic: “Stages of the struggle of the Ukrainian people for state independence”, “Features of the formation and development of a multi-party system in Ukraine in the XX-XXI centuries”, “The place and role of the Ukrainian intelligentsia in the history of the Ukrainian people”, “Ethnonational processes the development of civil society in modern Ukraine”, “Agrarian history of Ukraine”, “History of land relations”. Secondly, as part of the curriculum, it is possible to highlight special courses on the history of Ukraine, taking into account the profile of the institution. The level of assimilation by students of the history of Ukraine in this context also depends on the availability of textbooks, teaching aids, and relevant methodological developments
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