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Journal: International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology(IJMET) (Vol.10, No. 2)

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Page : 731-742

Keywords : open science; civic science; educational trajectory; STEM-education; STEM disciplines; online courses in STEM education; scientific and technological development.;

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The article defines the relevance of the topic of ecosystem creation, contributing to the transfer of advanced experience to gifted children and the development of innovative thinking in them; attracting students (students, graduate students, doctoral students) to courses and specialties related to solving scientific problems, first involving these subjects in research and development, increasing the flexibility of educational trajectories that allow talents to develop at the speed of their abilities. The article is devoted to the consideration of such an urgent problem as the improvement of the system of engineering education, namely, a new direction – STEM-education. The purpose of the study is to analyze the nature and content of STEM-education, to identify the main problems and contradictions, to identify the main approaches to its development. The article discusses the achievement of ensuring the maximum geographical approximation of vocational education to the real production and practice-oriented educational programs, by using the possibilities of online education. Given the complexity of engineering education, the article proposes algorithm of educational analytics for analyzing of implemented online collections.

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