Abstract

The relevance of the research is due to the new formats of higher education. On the one hand, modern reality requires students to have knowledge and readiness to apply it in dynamic, sometimes radical, changes in the socio-economic environment, on the other hand, in the conditions of mass introduction of remote technologies, it dictates the need to develop professional and personal planning competencies for the future, to form their own life and professional development trajectory, to independently choose individual solutions. These problems have made educational institutions need to expand the resources of mentoring activities in student training. In this regard, this study reveals the features of mentoring in the process of innovative practices interaction. The article reveals the priority areas of mentoring in the educational space of a modern University, and establishes the structure and content of innovative mentoring practices (coaching, mentoring, supervision, tutoring). Based on the results of the research, the authors of this article substantiate the model of partnership interaction of innovative mentoring practices in the development of professional and personal competencies of students. The effectiveness of the model is proved by the results of its use in the mentoring activities of the University. The materials of the article are recommended to teachers, mentors, methodologists and University students.

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