Heading: PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
Pages: 75-84
Codes: DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2018-10-3-75-84 ÓÄŹ 37
Title: GLOBAL SCENARIOS OF EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT IN THE 21st CENTURY
Authors: E.V. Shvachko, I.D. Tuzovsky
Abstract: National system of education is viewed as an important factor of forming the state “soft power”. On the basis of a number of prognostic assumptions such as hyperbolic acceleration of scientific and technical progress and beginning of technological singularity, weaker role of states in the sphere, mass migrations and global changes in the labor market as well as a number of others the researchers anticipate three scenarios of national education system development. The first one is conservative protecting and implies enforced preservation of the leading role of the state institutions in the development of the science and education system. The second one is competitive disperse. It is based on the assumption that contemporary type educational organizations can be replaced by network structures integrating the best pedagogical and research staff of different universities. The third one the authors designate as humanist interactive which assumes mutually beneficial joint efforts of the states, private corporations and public organizations and movements to build a system integrating all levels of education and allowing a possibility to choose a particular education and professional path at different points of all the education process.
Keywords: social prognostication, prognostication of education, future of education, mass on-line courses, global university, soft power, information society, knowledge society.
List of references:
1. Borokh O., Lomanov A. From “soft power” to “cultural power” // Rossia v globalnoi politike. – 2012. – Vol. 10. – No. 4. P. 54-67. [in Russian]
2. At State Duma it was proposed to give a year to school leavers to make their minds about the profession [Electronic resource] // «Russia today». – Available at: https://ria.ru/ society/20180919/1528868267.html
3. Zviagina D.A. «Soft power»: structural analysis // Initsiativy 21 veka. – 2012. – No. 3. Š. 135-137. [in Russian]
4. Leonova O. Interpretation of «soft power» concept in science // Oborsrevatel. – 2015. – No. 2. Š. 80-89. [in Russian]
5. Lomakina I.S. Establishment and development of common educational space of the European Union. Diss… doct.ped.sci. – St. Petrsburg, 2016. – 452 p. [in Russian]
6. Flier A.Ya., Kostina A.V. Where history is dragging culture”? // Vestnik Chelyabinskoi gosudarstvennoi akademii kultury i iskusstv. – 2009. – No. 4 (20). P. 27-37. [in Russian]
7. Flier A.Ya., Kostina A.V. Where history is dragging culture”? From the “society of concentrating” to the “society of private tutoring”. (end) // Vestnik Chelyabinskoi gosudarstvennoi akademii kultury i iskusstv. – 2009. – No. 1 (21). P. 46-59. [in Russian]
8. Hoking warned the mankind about the outcomes of artificial intellect development [Electronic resource] // Novaya Gazeta. – Available at: https://www.novayagazeta.ru/ news/2017/11/03/136685-hoking-predupredil-chelovechestvo-o-posledstviyah-razvitiyaiskusstvennogo- intellekta [in Russian]
9. Mankind is in danger: Ilon Mask appealed to control artificial intellect [Electronic resource] // Forbes.ru. – Available at: http://www.forbes.ru/tehnologii/347945-chelovechestvo- v-opasnosti-ilon-mask-prizval-regulirovat-iskusstvennyy-intellekt.
10. Kodak was hiding a nuclear reactor in the cellar for 30 years [ Electronic resource] // RBC. – Available at: https://www.rbc.ru/society/17/05/2012/5703f7a99a7947ac81a68096
11. Nye J.S. Soft Power: The Means To Success In World Politics PublicAffairs. – 2005. – 209 p.
12. Nye J.S. The Future of Power [Electronic resource] // Google.Books. – Available at: https://books.google.ru/books?id=gp84DgAAQBAJ&hl=ru.
13. The Soft Power 3.0. A Global Ranking of Soft Power 2017 [Electronic resource] // Softpower30.com. – Available at: https://softpower30.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/ The-Soft-Power-30-Report-2017-Web-1.pdf.
: