Year 2023, Issue 

Date published

20.7.2023

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  • Elitsa Petrova
    PEDAGOGICAL MASTERY IN THE WORLD OF ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
    Summary: s, when the world seems to be moving faster and faster along the path of its evolution, transformations in the education system can be defined as dynamic, diverse and non-linear. Globalization and the easy access to huge amounts of information from anywhere in the world and at any time challenge teachers to always be well-inform ... ... Nowadays, when the world seems to be moving faster and faster along the path of its evolution, transformations in the education system can be defined as dynamic, diverse and non-linear. Globalization and the easy access to huge amounts of information from anywhere in the world and at any time challenge teachers to always be well-informed about achievements and innovations in the sciences they teach. The penetration of digitalization into every area of peoples lives poses additional challenges and new problems to the learning process. Lecturers are no longer the people who go out in front of the students to deliver yet another lecture. They have to be modern, informed and innovative and use the achievements of information technology in order to ensure a continuous and close exchange of information with their learners. However, what should the format and organization of an academic course be so that it can increase students' interest in economics and management, and at the same time serve as an effective stimulus for learning motivation? An answer to this question is sought in this monograph. TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE 7 CHAPTER ONE. An Introduction to the World of Economics, Governance and Human Security 12 1. Economics as a social and behavioral science 12 2. An overview of management science and practice 36 3. The dream of human security 82 SUMMARY 103 CHAPTER TWO. Studying the Process of Transferring Socially Valuable and Personally Meaningful Experience 105 1. Evolution of the science of upbringing, training and education 105 2. Learning nature, content and specificity 126 3. Training unity of teaching and learning 140 3.1. Learning process and learning methodology 140 3.2. Passive learning as part of traditional learning 147 3.3. Active learning and a dynamic learning environment 152 SUMMARY 168 CHAPTER THREE. Education in the 21st Century 170 1. Contemporary education and digital pedagogy 170 2.Developing pedagogical mastery in teaching Economics and Management 184 3. Examples of practices in Economics and Management training 194 3.1. Examples of practices in Economics training 194 3.2. Examples of practices in Fundamentals of Management training 207 3.3. Examples of practices in Organizational Development training 220 3.4. Examples of practices in Human Resource Management training 231 3.5. Examples of practices in Conflict and Crisis Management training 237 3.6. Examples of practices in Strategic Management training 248 3.7. Examples of practices in Corporate Social Responsibility training 261 3.8. Examples of practices in Security Systems Management training 270 SUMMARY 278 CONCLUSION 279 REFERENCES 283 THE AUTHOR 311