labour training

darbinis mokymas statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Techninio darbo mokymo procesas mokykloje, mokymo kombinatuose, gamyklose, mokyklų mokomuosiuose bandymų sklypuose ir kitur. Darbinis mokymas siejamas su įvairiais bendrojo lavinimo dalykais: fizika, matematika, chemija, biologija, braižyba. Jo tikslas – ugdyti asmenybę, galinčią naudotis pagrindiniais darbo įrankiais ir mašinomis, apdoroti įvairias medžiagas, kurti materialines vertybes, dirbti įvairų praktinį darbą, kad vėliau būtų lengviau įgyti specializuoto darbo mokėjimus bei įgūdžius. Šiuolaikinėje bendrojo lavinimo mokykloje specializuotas darbinis mokymas įgyja pirminio profesinio mokymo pobūdį. atitikmenys: angl. labour training vok. Arbeitsunterricht rus. трудовое обучение

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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