A transdisciplinary approach to teaching and building a higher education system
Palabras clave:transdisciplinarity, higher education system, transdisciplinary competence, specialists’ competencies.
Transdisciplinarity in higher education involves the formation of competence that enables the practical use of acquired knowledge, skills, and abilities from various disciplines in order to solve applied problems. The purpose of the academic paper lies in highlighting the features of using the transdisciplinary approach in the modern system of higher education. The present research is based on the transdisciplinarity concept as a way of solving complex social problems due to the properties and competencies of the individual to use knowledge, skills and abilities for solving complex problems. Results. Transdisciplinarity (TD) in the system of higher education is manifested as a form of education that ensures the formation of competence in specialists for solving complex problems based on a holistic approach and knowledge that is on the border of different disciplines. It has been revealed that TD is a new form of problem solving due to the specialist’s transdisciplinary knowledge and his competence to apply it to the existing problem in the subject area. Thus, transdisciplinarity in higher education is the formation of knowledge, skills and abilities in order to find a way for solving complex social problems. Higher educational institutions form transdisciplinary competence as a personal quality.
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