ARPHA Proceedings 3: 1731-1739, doi: 10.3897/ap.2.e1731
Technologies for the Formation of Personal-Activity Thinking and Self-Organization Skills in Pedagogical Practice
expand article infoE. V. Muravyeva, Svetlana G. Dobrotvorskaya, Evgeniya A.Knyazkina
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This article is dedicated to representation and embodying of the main idea of «risk-based thinking», as well as to justify the use of integrated system and competency-based approaches in the formation of this concept as a professional competence for students studying in the field of «Technosphere Safety». For this study, we proposed the wording “risk-based thinking”. The criteria for developed risk-oriented thinking were identified.The systemic and knowledge-based approaches to the development of higher education programs in the direction of «Technosphere security» were used as a theoretical framework of the study. The organization of studying of problem included three stages. The experiment was run in KNRTU named after A.N. Tupolev.The study concludes that risk thinking is based on understanding and analyzing decision-making processes when operating complex technical methods based on risk-oriented activities. Also, it was established that risk activity is the cognitive activity of a person, which comes down to analyzing and understanding of decision-making processes in the operation of complex technical methods.
role-playing games, risk thinking, disaster risk reduction, and active methods situational risk