PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE: TYPES, STRUCTURE AND MODERN APPROACHES
Keywords:competencies, cognitive component, competency-based approach, professional competence, professional thinking, creative-activity component, cognitive-acmeological competence
The theoretical study of domestic and foreign psychological and pedagogical literature presented in this article allows us to conclude that cognitive-acmeological competencies play a fundamentally important role in professional activity.
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