International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education

Nature and Principles of the Phenomenon of Higher Education Integration: Mechanisms of Implementation, Pros and Cons, the Effectiveness and the Management
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2016 - Volume 11 Issue 6, pp. 1697-1712
  • Published Online: 31 Aug 2016
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Reference: Nurutdinova AR, Dmitrieva EV, Gazizulina LR, Tarasova NM, Galiullina EI. Nature and Principles of the Phenomenon of Higher Education Integration: Mechanisms of Implementation, Pros and Cons, the Effectiveness and the Management. Int Elect J Math Ed. 2016;11(6), 1697-1712.
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Reference: Nurutdinova, A. R., Dmitrieva, E. V., Gazizulina, L. R., Tarasova, N. M., & Galiullina, E. I. (2016). Nature and Principles of the Phenomenon of Higher Education Integration: Mechanisms of Implementation, Pros and Cons, the Effectiveness and the Management. International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 11(6), 1697-1712.
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Reference: Nurutdinova, Aida R., Elena V. Dmitrieva, Liliya R. Gazizulina, Natalya M. Tarasova, and Elvira I. Galiullina. "Nature and Principles of the Phenomenon of Higher Education Integration: Mechanisms of Implementation, Pros and Cons, the Effectiveness and the Management". International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education 2016 11 no. 6 (2016): 1697-1712.
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Reference: Nurutdinova, A. R., Dmitrieva, E. V., Gazizulina, L. R., Tarasova, N. M., and Galiullina, E. I. (2016). Nature and Principles of the Phenomenon of Higher Education Integration: Mechanisms of Implementation, Pros and Cons, the Effectiveness and the Management. International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 11(6), pp. 1697-1712.
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Reference: Nurutdinova, Aida R. et al. "Nature and Principles of the Phenomenon of Higher Education Integration: Mechanisms of Implementation, Pros and Cons, the Effectiveness and the Management". International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, vol. 11, no. 6, 2016, pp. 1697-1712.
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Reference: Nurutdinova AR, Dmitrieva EV, Gazizulina LR, Tarasova NM, Galiullina EI. Nature and Principles of the Phenomenon of Higher Education Integration: Mechanisms of Implementation, Pros and Cons, the Effectiveness and the Management. Int Elect J Math Ed. 2016;11(6):1697-12.

Abstract

This article is focused on the nature and basic principles of the phenomenon of higher education integration: its mechanisms of implementation, its pros and cons, its effectiveness, and management. The leading methods in the study of this problem are the observations, conversations, and pedagogical experiment, allowing checking of the effectiveness of the proposed organizational and pedagogical conditions of higher education integration. The article deals with (from the standpoint of the unity of nature development, human society) views on idea of integration and the idea of education identified the need for this study, brief results, the conclusions of which are listed below, can be the basis for the formation of the goals of the integration processes in modern education and mechanisms their implementation. The paper submissions are of a definite value for the organization in the system of higher education.

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