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CHALLANGES FOR TOMORROW TOURISM EDUCATION – THE CASE OF SLOVENIA

Marija Ovsenik ; Alma Mater Europeae, European Centre Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia


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str. 99-110

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The goal of our study was to analyse the impact of Slovenian educations institution culture on the self-assessed tourism relevant skills and competencies. Our study shows that to cope with the rapid changes in the field of tourism new educational approaches for next decades should be developed. Contemporary process is according to our findings strongly result oriented. Organizational culture on the level of the college tourism program does not stimulate the development of relevant skills and competencies expected and needed by tourism industry. To be more future oriented, tourism industry needs educational institutions that are able to develop more learning process oriented education programs. Development of the new learning culture should result in IT supported, with tourism industry coordinated and constantly tourism trend reconceptualized programs. Author suggests that the learning culture change is based on the change of the teacher’s role that must support open learning and development of skills and competencies that enable autonomous and active problem solving in the concrete tourism environment.

Ključne riječi

learning culture, tourism education, teaching style, distance learning, IT

Hrčak ID:

106429

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/106429

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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