Spiritual-moral values and methodological aspects of the Turkic thinkers of the epoch of the great Silk Road
A.Y. Baltabayeva – G. Rizakhojayeva
The field of education has always acted as a system-forming factor in the life of any state, all over the world, it is an outpost of the future, dominant in the process of national modernization, the main condition for an economic and social breakthrough in the coming century.
The education system of the Republic of Kazakhstan is focused on entering the world educational space. Therefore the quality of education is considered in the context of compliance of the level of educational services received with international standards and norms. Today, the priority is to achieve the quality of training that will enable them to compete in the international labor market. In the conditions of market relations and increasingly complex requirements for the content of education, ways of organizing the educational process, it is necessary to search for new reserves for improving the quality and effectiveness of professional training of future specialists in the field of tourism based on national values.
The aspiration of the Republic of Kazakhstan to equal and competitive existence in the international, economic and educational space, caused by the processes of globalization, has led to a change in the social order of society. Modern education is an essential element of our society and culture, capable of preserving the sociocultural specificity of a country, promoting youth development and its integration into traditional culture, and helping young people to choose a way of life that is adequate to the values of our people. The article deals with one of the urgent problems of professional training of future specialists in the field of tourism based on national values, whose origins go back to the legacy of Turkic scholars. The article also provides some methods, methods, and forms of using the heritage of Turkic scholars of the Great Silk Road epoch in the process of professional training of tourism specialists in higher educational institutions of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Key words: Silk Road, Turkic thinkers, translation, moral values, tourism
Pages: 93 - 105