Intellectual Analysis For Educational Path’ Cognitive Modeling
Keywords:Values scale, social regulation, education, cognitive modelling, intellectual analysis, intelligence
Regulative models based on the human cognitive systems and the ethics are embodied in the educational processes and social institutions for training and socialization. The intellectual potential of an organization, region and country forms the general ground for the competitiveness in the context of the global knowledge economy. The intellectual analysis is directed to solving the essential uncertainties of the knowledge – anticipation for the future (basic uncertainty) and the personal character of knowledge and competence (relating the personality, individual conscience and acting capacity). The widespread interest towards the intellectual systems and intelligence for any sphere of the social life is based, first of all, on the practice of the professional and educational path, the self-realization trajectory and strategic choice of the specialists in different industries. The paper presents the longitude results obtained in 2005-2018 of the values that determine the choice of the educational trajectory on the level of the second degree of higher education – Master programs, which are not necessary for the majority of the corporate positions, that allows scholars to analyze this choice as reflecting the free interest of the potential students for their personal cognitive growth.
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