Event Title

The impact of globalization on vocational education and its challenge to schools

Session

Management, Business and Economics

Description

The paper presents an analysis of the situation in the field of vocational education, considering the factors that influence its development, with special attention to the necessary adaptation of schools to new changes, especially demographic, but also in the economy, the labor market, public policies, financing and legal regulation. The case study analyzes the challenges of school development opportunities, management's response to change, the use of all available resources, networking schools vertically and horizontally, that is, school collaboration with the labor market, local community, ministry, entrepreneurs and other educational institutions to prepare students for the world work, lifelong education, lifelong learning and retraining. The school's responsive response to opening up the market and adapting the transition economy to the new situation, especially the opening up of the European labor market, is a real opportunity for development opportunities to introduce new projects in response to the needs of the regional labor market, changes in vocational education, active involvement of all employees in the learning process, connecting the necessary fields of education, procurement of equipment and pedagogicalmaterial, introduction of new technologies, adaptation of existing and construction of new premises and other.

Keywords:

educational management, vocational education, responding to change.

Session Chair

Ylber Limani

Session Co-Chair

Nehat Dobratiqi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-19-2

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

26-10-2019 1:30 PM

End Date

26-10-2019 3:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2019.351

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The impact of globalization on vocational education and its challenge to schools

Pristina, Kosovo

The paper presents an analysis of the situation in the field of vocational education, considering the factors that influence its development, with special attention to the necessary adaptation of schools to new changes, especially demographic, but also in the economy, the labor market, public policies, financing and legal regulation. The case study analyzes the challenges of school development opportunities, management's response to change, the use of all available resources, networking schools vertically and horizontally, that is, school collaboration with the labor market, local community, ministry, entrepreneurs and other educational institutions to prepare students for the world work, lifelong education, lifelong learning and retraining. The school's responsive response to opening up the market and adapting the transition economy to the new situation, especially the opening up of the European labor market, is a real opportunity for development opportunities to introduce new projects in response to the needs of the regional labor market, changes in vocational education, active involvement of all employees in the learning process, connecting the necessary fields of education, procurement of equipment and pedagogicalmaterial, introduction of new technologies, adaptation of existing and construction of new premises and other.