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PEDAGOGY

ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ПИ № ФС 77 - 51217, 16+

ORGANIZATION OF OUTDOOR TRAINING FOR STUDENTS – BOXERS DURING RESTRICTIVE MEASURES DUE TO THE PANDEMIC

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The purpose is to develop the content of outdoor training for boxing students during the period of restrictive measures due to the pandemic.

Methods. The following research methods were used in the work: analysis and synthesis of scientific, methodological and specialized literature on outdoor boxing, the regulatory framework according to the rules for sporting events during the period of restrictive measures.

Results. There are several options for organizing outdoor training for boxing students during the period of restrictive measures in connection with the pandemic, which can be carried out both individually with the trainer and in small groups, distributing the exercises so that the athletes do not intersect and maintain a social distance.

Conclusion. The presented exercise complexes, taking into account restrictive measures, on the one hand, are aimed at restoring physical fitness and strengthening the immunity of a student boxer after being on self-isolation, on the other hand, at preventing the spread of the virus.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AS INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The given article deals with the problem of using Information Technologies as Innovative Methods in Foreign Language Teaching. Now as never before computers (and the Internet) have played such an important role in our life and education as well. They have an advantage of greatly enhancing the participation of individuals in particular in foreign language learning to find quickly reference materials and test programs, nothing to say about writing e-mails in English, etc. All these activities have become extremely motivating due to the use of computers in education. The author presents the most commonly used IT applications in English Language Teaching.

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EVOLVING POTENTIAL OF READING IN THE CONTEXT OF ONLINE LEARNING

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article analyzes the basic approaches to online learning research, reveals the substance and arrangement forms of online learning, describes its positive and negative manifestations; offers a method for coping with online-learning problems through the organization of students’ reading activities. Reading is defined as the axiological interpretation of educational information in the process of online learning, as a general cultural practice aimed at self-evolution and self-actualization.

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THE USAGE OF VISUAL AND PRACTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION WHEN LEARNING THE UNIT “ANIMALS” IN THE 7TH GRADE

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The problem of activating the cognitive activity of students during the biology lessons and increasing motivation to study biology has recently become topical. The article contains a theoretical justification of the problem of applying visual and practical techniques to the knowledge acquisition quality when studying the unit “Animals”. The paper demonstrates the influence of project-based learning on knowledge acquisition quality. The purpose of the research is to determine the influence of visual and practical teaching techniques in modern schools when studying the unit “Animals” on knowledge acquisition quality. Practical significance: biology teachers can use the results of the study.

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SCIENCE EDUCATION OF SCHOOLCHILDREN: FROM THEORY INTO PRACTICE

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

Nowadays, many countries perfect and renew the viewpoint on the role and significance of science education in preparing students for successful socialization in the new world of rapid technological progress and approaches to their implementation. Today, science education is considered as the foundation of a values-based attitude to the world and the basis of scientific views. The amount of scientific knowledge in the modern world is growing very fast, and that does not allow us to cast doubt on the possibility of mastering all the basic knowledge of each of the science disciplines at school. The study of these disciplines should contribute to the development of students’ knowledge, skills, and abilities required both for continuing education and for choosing their professional path, as well as determining their worldview. The approach related to the study of individual sections of different natural sciences at school is no longer applicable. Modern person increasingly has to use investigative behaviour, which is a source of creativity, disclosure and development of its potential. This task, the solution of which will lead to the need for world cognition, and it will make research the basis of the lifestyle.

One of the most promising and easily implemented areas of educational organizations working is attracting the students to various multidisciplinary clubs, sections, associations [1].

The answer to the question “How to ensure the possibility of independent research activities of schoolchildren in the field of modern areas of Hydrobiology and Biophysics of complex systems?” is the crucial notion of the article.

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MOTIVATION DYNAMICS AT FITNESS WORKOUTS OF THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES FEMALE STUDENTS

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article looks into the peculiarities of fitness-classes motivation changing among the female students of a technical university in the period from the third to the fifth semester. The author presents the data obtained as a result of a long-term survey of female students engaged in the fitness section as part of the educational process on the subject “Elective courses in physical training”. Criteria are developed to evaluating fitness-classes motivation, according to which it is possible to determine the levels of motivation: progressive, pragmatic and inefficient. The analysis is carried out on the dynamics of female students’ motivation as they progress through the course. The positive dynamics is found out among the female students progressing through the course. It indicates the efficiency of the teaching methods used.

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INSTRUMENTAL HYPOXIC TRAINING OF THE ACCOMPLISHED FROGMAN FOR RUSSIAN CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The purpose: this article describes the strategy of supplying for the main sports event of the season through instrumental interval hypoxic training.

Methods: daily records of the amount and intensity of training load in water, on land, and of the hypoxic interval training. To determine intensity control, heart rate monitoring and blood oxygenation monitoring methods were used.

The results: experimental subjects for four weeks trained on the Monarch Ergonomic Testing Bicycle (USA) veloergometer at the level of anaerobic metabolism threshold (70-80% of the predicted Maximum Heart Rate) using a device for creating conditions for normobaric hypoxia Hypoxico Everest II (USA), simulating an altitude of 6000m above sea level. The training stopped 20 days before the championship. On the day 21, 5 out of 6 contesters qualified for the Russian Underwater Sport Championship final at a distance of 400m finswimming and three contesters stood on pedestal. In all, the participants’ results noticed an increase in 3.08 ± 0.29% when compared to the personal best.

Discussion: usage of instrumental interval hypoxic training in the period of direct training for a sports event is quite common in endurance-related sports, as well as in extreme sports, where hypoxia is the limiting factor of athletes ‘ performance (mountaineering) — preparation in this experiment was based on the previously described recommendations: use the load at the level of the lactate threshold and simulate the height of 6000m above sea level for 2-4 weeks, then wait for the peak of performance, resulting on the 21-28 days after the end of exposure to hypoxia. This strategy contributed to the considerable increase in the competitive result of accomplished athletes.

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ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-ESTEEM IN SENIOR PRESCHOOLERS HAVING VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN THE GAME

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

This article presents research on self-esteem development in senior preschool children having visual impairment through games. Due to the specific characteristics of self-esteem in this category of children associated with visual impairment; it is necessary to form self-esteem, which is advisable to conduct during the game, because it develops the children’s self-image, their abilities and capabilities, motivating them to manifest through this type of activity. The most important factor in the theoretical significance and practical value of the study can be considered the possibility of using games as a means of self-esteem development.

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YOUTH GRANT PROJECT OF SPIRITUAL ORIENTATION AS A TOOL FOR THE FORMATION OF STUDENTS’ GENERAL CULTURAL COMPETENCIES

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article presents the experience of the project of spiritual orientation “The Road to the Temple: the revival of the traditions of Orthodox nutrition” in a technical university as well as the analysis of the possibilities provided through its implementation. Relying on competency-based approach, the authors analyze possibilities of involvement of students within the framework of the Orthodox project (out of religious propaganda) in different types of extracurricular activities – scientific, creative, applied ones. This contributes to the educational mission of the university, on the one hand, and works on solving such problems of higher education as formation of a number of general cultural competencies of students, on the other. The correlation of project activities and emerging general cultural competencies is considered. The results of the questionnaire of participating students before and after the project activities are presented. The complex of possibilities of pedagogical, educational and enlightening nature provided for the higher education institution through implementation of the project of spiritual orientation is analyzed. It includes the expansion of the scope of students’ social practice, their intellectual stimulation, improvement of their practical, applied and professional skills, overcoming of existing stereotypes about the traditions of Orthodox culture, church representatives, the activities of the Russian Orthodox Church in modern conditions. It also implies gaining tolerant communication skills, experience in harmonizing the interests of different youth groups, and in general, familiarizing students during the project activities with the Russian traditional spiritual values, forming their sense of national identity. Since modern realities are marked by a tendency to erode Russia’s traditional value system, this work seems to the authors to be particularly relevant. Involvement of student youth in project activities of spiritual orientation, among other things, helps to reduce this negative trend.

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MOBILE APPLICATIONS FOR INDEPENDENT PHYSICAL TRAINING, AS A FORM OF INFORMATIONAL SUPPORT FOR THE STUDENTS OF THE RUSSIAN MINISTRY OF EMERGENCY SITUATIONS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

This article considers the problem of finding new ways to maintain and develop the physical condition of the students of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations educational institutions through the existing mobile applications. We analysed mobile applications for independent physical training, as a form of informational support for the students of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations educational institutions and their usage in off-duty time to improve and increase physical fitness.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT FOR THE REMOTE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCY

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

World events offer new opportunities to prepare modern specialists for their future professional life, which is undoubtedly related to the reform of the traditional approaches to the entire educational process. Developing the communicative competency is particularly noteworthy; it is an important element of becoming a competent employee. The paper presents a remote format of working with students in the lack of in-class activities and information technology support for the communicative competency development. The article also demonstrates an attempt to distinguish the concepts of online and remote learning, where the first necessarily includes the presence of a teacher in real-time using internet technologies, while the second one does not presuppose the teacher participating, and interaction is supposed to occur through interactive web resources.

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SELF-EDUCATION OF A PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY TEACHER AS THEIR HUMAN POTENTIAL

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article looks into the significance of self-education for a pedagogical university teacher as based on their human potential. On the importance and necessity of investigating the process of self-education of the teacher of pedagogical University indicate the trends of development of higher pedagogical education and, as a result, changing requirements for teacher of modern pedagogical University, which are formed under the influence of the innovation economy of the country.The author concludes that putting a teacher’s personal potential to use contributes to their professional, personal, and creative development; it also affects the changes in the educational environment of a pedagogical university.

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DEVELOPING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The paper considers the possibilities of extracurricular activities in the formation of the environmental consciousness of elementary school students. The article describes the structure of the environmental consciousness as an interaction of cognitive-emotional, operational-procedural, and reflexive-evaluative components. It is established that extracurricular activities provide opportunities for the formation of the environmental consciousness of elementary school students under pedagogical conditions. These conditions include creating a positive motivation for elementary school students to solve environmental problems, organizing step-by-step activities of elementary school students, ranging from the acquisition of moral and environmental knowledge and positive emotional attitudes to environmental conservation activities up to the experience of independent, active action; including elementary school students into the solution of project tasks updating environmental issues.

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THE WORK SYSTEM AT THE DEPARTMENT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

Modern society places high demands on the education system, particularly on the foreign language teacher. To meet the requirements, a foreign language teacher should continuously improve their professional skills, i.e. adjust and perfect competencies that epitomize the teaching profession in a modern school. Unfortunately, the competencies that were in demand a few years ago no longer fully meet the requirements for the profession of a foreign language teacher. It raises the issue of improving the necessary competencies of a modern foreign language teacher. Competencies that were considered necessary and sufficient a few years ago are now outdated and do not meet the needs of modern education in the field of foreign languages, and therefore, they require development.

The article presents the work system at the Department of Linguistic and Literary Education of the Chelyabinsk Institute Personnel Development and Continuing Education.

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PRACTICE ORIENTED TRAINING OF FUTURE TEACHERS: FOREIGN EXPERIENCE

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article considers the issues of practice-oriented training of teaching staff abroad. The problem of the research conducted is related to the inconsistency of the employers’ requirements expecting professional experience from University graduates, and the counter-expectations of young teachers expecting to get practical experience directly at the workplace. The article proves that the traditional approach to future teachers training requires fundamental changes. The author analyzed the leading ideas and theoretical approaches to modelling practice-oriented training in foreign teacher education. The varieties of practice-oriented models of the educational process are characterized: Professional Development School (PDS); Work Based Learning (WBL); Problem Based Learning (PBL); Project-Based Learning (PBL); Еxperience based learning systems (EBLS). It is determined that implementing these models into the educational process can result in an increasing level of skill and personal development of future teachers. It is concluded that implementing practice-oriented models in the Russian system of future teachers’ professional training is possible.

The article is addressed to teachers and heads of educational institutions, researchers working on perfecting professional training of teachers.

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THE PLACE AND ROLE OF CUSTOMS IN FAMILY EDUCATION (THROUGH THE EXAMPLE OF THE TUVAN FAMILY)

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article considers the place and the role of customs in family education (through the example of the Tuvan family). There are many non-written codes of conduct that many of the indigenous population of the Tyva Republic follow. Some are actively used for educational purposes. The author examines such customs as name-giving, giving a bad name, adoption, respect for older and younger people, hospitality, knowledge of the genealogy and consecration of the sacred ancestral places, for their compliance with Russian legislation in power, and with the values and postulates of the modern child-rearing model.

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ADAPTABLE SMART GAME FOR ALGORITHMIZATION TEACHING

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article covers the usage of intelligent game technology in the process of teaching programming and forming algorithmic thinking skills. From the standpoint of the methodological aspect, there is a clear need to introduce practical tasks into the educational process, reflecting the relations between the various elements of the software solution. They should also simplify the understanding of common programming paradigms through visual material and encourage the motivation to participate in the educational process.

The author notes the advantages of the game, promoting emotional inclusion and activating cognition interest. There being many levels of various complexity ensures its adaptation to particular user characteristics.

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ESTABLISHMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLECTUAL LEARNING SYSTEMS AS PEDAGOGICAL PHENOMENON (1971-1997)

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article looks into the process of Intelligent Learning Systems (ILS) gradual establishment as a pedagogical phenomenon. The article suggests chronological periods of the ILS occurrence, development, and transformation, i.e. the stages of development that are characterised by the search for possible usage of computer-aided technologies under the increasing importance of individualisation and the students self-organising. The article considers the third and fourth stages of ILS development. 1971-1981 characterise as the time of looking for new ways to learn through computer usage. That was the time of the intensive search for possible usage of computers to control the students’ cognitive activity. 1982-1997 characterise as the time of the increasing significance of the individual and students self-organising, which were supported by computers. That was the time of the first Concept of computer learning developed. As a result, automated educational technology using computer equipment became known as computer-aided educational technology. Also, that was the time of the notion “information computer technology” emerging.

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ETHNOCULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ETHNIC IDENTITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

Posted in 2020, Issue № 09(99) September 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The paper solves the problem of determining an effective way to form an ethnic identity in elementary school children. As an effective way, the author suggests ethnocultural technologies that can influence both the formation of ethnic identity and culture-universal national integration. The article clarifies the requirements for ethnocultural technologies as a means of influencing ethnic identification. The author offers classes in Folk Applied and Decorative Arts and as a technology that meets the presented requirements. The article concludes that classes in Folk Applied and Decorative Arts have a positive impact on the ethnicity formation of elementary school children.

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DESIGN-THINKING AS WAY OF FORMATION OF THE SOCIOCULTURAL URBAN ENVIRONMENT WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION OF THE PROJECT WORK WITH STUDENTS

Posted in 2014, Issue November 2014, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article discusses the results of the implemented design programs for students designers, which aimed at the formation of social responsibility to the society of the future specialist. This program is developed based on the methodology of “design thinking” that helps designers manage the creative process focused primarily on the consumer and to interact directly with the study environment in the context of this study – with the socio-cultural environment in the city of Togliatti. Also discusses the role of contemporary designer in society and the prospects offered by “design thinking” for the future specialist.

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