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Title: Launching into Future
Authors: Meshcheryakova, Nataliya Nikolaevna
Zeremskaya, Yuliya Aleksandrovna
Maksimova, Nataliya Gennadievna
Keywords: post-carbon society; nature-like technologies; interdisciplinarity; междисциплинарность; конвергенция; парадигмы; инновации; образовательные технологии; высшее образование
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Future Academy
Citation: Meshcheryakova N. N. Launching into Future / N. N. Meshcheryakova, Yu. A. Zeremskaya, N. G. Maksimova // The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences (EpSBS). — 2017. — Vol. 26 : Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI 2016) : International Conference, 07-10 November 2016, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [P. 654-660].
Abstract: The paper examines factors needed for science and technology convergence and tries to create new understanding and attitude to innovation with the help of modern educational tools in higher education institutes. The results of original research are described in this paper. The key task of the research was to elucidate students’ technological literacy and to get their ideas about the development of future technologies. Elements of a new education paradigm aimed at forming a single integrated picture of the world are formulated. During the study, two issues have been found out: 1) young people have no ideas about advanced technologies; 2) they do not realize their personal responsibility for the future of technological safety. Thus, educational paradigm can be based on the following principles: 1) recognition of the unity of social and natural environments; 2) taking into account characteristics of society development with high natural, technological, social and political risks; 3) admission of personal responsibility for moving to resource-efficient and nature-like technologies; 4) admission of responsibility in forming graduates’ social responsibility competence in their professional activities.
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