JSS  Vol.2 No.10 , October 2014
Innovative Component of Modern Higher Education in the Republic of Kazakhstan
ABSTRACT
The paper considers modern conditions of education development in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Modern higher education in Kazakhstan is based mainly on the results of innovations as a science of innovations. The bases of the work of higher education institutions in Republic of Kazakhstan lie in the following strategic acts: Program of Enforced Industrial and Innovative Development of Kazakhstan, State Program of Education Development in Kazakhstan for 2011-2020. High schools have to form the whole system of universal knowledge, habits and skills, also self-activities and personal responsibilities of students that are key competencies, determining modern quality of education. It is necessary to introduce structural, institutional, organizational and economic changes in the system of higher education and as a result make new content of education, and design it in accordance with requirements of time and with the tasks of developing country. That is why today the realization of competence approach needs the support on international experience, by the necessary adaptation to traditions and demands of Kazakhstan.

Cite this paper
Stamgaliyeva, N. and Feoktistova, Y. (2014) Innovative Component of Modern Higher Education in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 46-51. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.210006.
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