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PEDAGOGY

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

THE ROLE OF TEACHER AT SECONDARY SCHOOL

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

In this article considered one of the spheres of teacher’s activity in school – advanced pupil. On example progress on Physics, Languages and Technology show the aim and direction of psychological works of teacher.

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SOME METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF TEACHING «THE HISTORY OF ANIMATION» AS PART OF A MULTIMEDIA PRODUCERS TRAINING SYSTEM

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

The article analyses the main goals and objectives of teaching «The History of Animation», the place and role of this subject in the system of training multimedia producers, as well as some methodological aspects.

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CASE STUDY IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

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

The article considers applying case method in teaching foreign languages for professional purposes. The article describes sources of cases and stages of working on a case study.

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AUTOMATION RESEARCH WITH STUDENTS TO ASSESS THE PERFORMANCE PROFESSORIAL TEACHING STAFF UNIVERSITY

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

The article discusses the relevance of automation research work with students, which is an integral part of a teacher’s rating and affects the efficiency and performance of teachers in the university.

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A NEW SYSTEM OF ASSISTANCE TO FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS

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

In article – social role of the teacher in individual preventive work with families with children in the social protection system in Moscow.

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THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND HARDWARE OF COMPUTER EQUIPMENT IN WORKING WITH TALENTED CHILDREN AT THE STATION OF YOUNG TECHNICIANS

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

The article deals with the author’s program of work with talented children, which aims to teach children the basics of programming, the interest education and affection for the activity to which they are involved. The process of learning information technology considered in this approach as a means of developing the intellectual level of the children. It is considered both traditional and modern pedagogical strategies.

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CLIL FOR NON-LANGUAGE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

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

The article deals with some ideas of applying CLIL method at non-language faculties. In our case a partial CLIL is under discussion that provides students with the efficient professional study and potentially professional results.

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DETERMINACY PROBLEMS OF EDUCATION WITH USING GITLAB AND REDMINE FOR MODERNIZATION LEARNING PROCESS

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

The article considered the reasons for the introduction of preconditions and version control systems and setting tasks for improving the quality of the spectra of services in the learning process, thereby ensuring the economic development of the institution through the effective use of time, optimization of the teachers labor and the students labor.

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TECHNOLOGIZATION OF LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER’S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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

The article looks at the problem of foreign language teacher’s professional development in the light of new educational technologies. In recent years great emphasis in foreign language teaching has been placed on innovative humanistic technologies, which allow students to communicate easily and naturally and teachers to grow professionally. The article shows how to choose the appropriate technology in keeping with the teacher’s preferred teaching style.

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INDEPENDENT WORK IN INTERACTIVE LEARNING

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

The article describes the interactive learning technology, based on advanced independent work of students.

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TO THE QUESTION OF ANALYTICAL WORK AT THE INITIAL STAGE OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF A MUSICIAN (METHODICAL ASPECT)

Posted in 2019, Issue № 10(88) October 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The analytical work of a musician is the most important sense-making basis for further interpretation of musical works. The methodical basis for the productivity of analytical work is the use of the stylistic approach to the analysis of works. The description and scientific justification of typical errors allows us to determine that at the initial stage of professional training of a musician, the meaning of the concept of the “analysis of a work” in the traditional sense is reduced to the analysis of the whole work by means of studying its specific sides, properties, and components. The presented abstract example contributes to the practical implementation of the main theoretical theses.

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INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO BACHELORS TRAINING IN THE DIRECTION 44.03.05 OF PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION

Posted in 2019, Issue № 10(88) October 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

An integrative approach can be used for the preparation and implementation of an educational program. The article analyses the bibliography on the integrated approach identifying areas of integration. Integration at the training stage is used for the articulation of professional competencies and indicators, for the creation of a curriculum, and selection of the content of subjects. At the implementation stage of the program, integration is carried out through the establishment of cross-curriculum links between training courses and through the transfer of knowledge and skills from one subject to another.

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QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN COMMUNICATIVE TRAINING OF BACHELORS

Posted in 2019, Issue № 10(88) October 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The relevance of the study of quality management in communicative training of bachelors is determined by the demand of the professional community for highly qualified specialists. A graduate of a higher educational institution should be prepared to solve professional problems and have a fairly wide range of competencies. Increased attention of the professional community to the result of the preparation of graduates determines the requirements for the communicative training of a future specialist, which is provided throughout the educational process at a higher educational institution.

This article presents preliminary results of the work carried out as part of the thesis research, the goal of which is to develop a quality assurance system for communicative training of humanitarian bachelors.

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SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP IN THE SYSTEM OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING AS ONE OF INNOVATIVE APPROACHES AIMED AT IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF SPECIALISTS TRAINING

Posted in 2019, Issue № 10(88) October 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

This article is devoted to the improvement of the quality of vocational education and training and increasing the competitiveness of graduates at the labour market. It discusses the trends in the development of vocational education and training, shows the possibilities of social partnership under modern conditions, provides the main criteria for its effeceincy and analyzes the obstacles to further development of the institution of social partnership, as well as phrases the main measures necessary to increase the interest of employers and the business sector in such partnerships.

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FEATURES OF VOLUNTEER ACTIVITY AT MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

Posted in 2019, Issue № 9(87) September 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article discusses the specifics of the volunteer activities of students studying medical specialties. The author proves that one of the peculiarities of volunteering is its pronounced professional orientation. This is due to the very essence of the medical profession, the demand for such qualities as humanity, mercy, and responsiveness. The paper shows that the participation of medical students in the volunteer movement creates a unique social capital for their social and professional maturity and psychological and pedagogical competence. In connection with this understanding of the role of volunteering in the medical profession, the need for increasing the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of voluntary practices in medical schools is becoming more relevant.

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USE OF HUMOUR IN COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TEACHER AND STUDENTS AS A WAY OF SHOWING PEDAGOGICAL LEADERSHIP

Posted in 2019, Issue № 9(87) September 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

This article discusses the use of humour, which can be used in communication between teachers and students in order to build rapport, smooth things over and show pedagogical leadership. Communication between a teacher and students carries a huge potential for developing respectful relationship, for establishing successful communication process and resolving personal conflicts, whereas the use of comic elements as well as the direct use of humour helps to establish communication between participants of the educational process.

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DISCRETIZATION OF THE TIME FACTOR IN SPORTS CLIMBING

Posted in 2019, Issue № 9(87) September 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The results of the study of the temporal characteristics of passing a competitive track in the discipline of climbing over difficulty for men are presented. The performances of high-class climbers at international competitions (n = 1160) were studied. A high degree of dependence between the operating time on the track and the result of the performance R = 0,73, р ≪ 0,01was established. Studies show that the total time factor has heterogeneous properties and includes four components: time of active actions, time of rest, time of erroneous actions and useful time of work.

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CLIP THINKING AND TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN NON-LINGUISTIC HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL ASPECTS

Posted in 2019, Issue № 9(87) September 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article discusses thinking patterns of the modern young generation of students who have grown up in the atmosphere of widespread digital technologies, and who are fluent in IT. By this, students’ thinking acquires new characteristics and develops with these new realities. This is a new type of thinking called clip thinking. This kind of thinking differs from the previously existing one by several features that are indicated by the authors in the article. Given this, it is necessary to change the technology of teaching, in particular, foreign languages, to make it more appropriate for the environment familiar for modern students, i.e., to use methods and means familiar to the new generation.

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CAREER GUIDANCE FOR STUDENTS AT EXTRACURRICULAR LESSONS OF TECHNOLOGICAL DIRECTION

Posted in 2019, Issue № 9(87) September 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

This article is devoted to the issue of career guidance and pre-field-specific training of students at extracurricular courses of technological direction. The author considers the goals and objectives of teachers within the framework of effective career guidance for adolescents, shows that various extracurricular activities based on interests conducted by subject teachers or additional education teachers are important in career guidance. In the process of conducting such classes, it is possible to engage students in activities that are close to professional, to cultivate diligence, curiosity, creative attitude to the matter, to develop skills for resolving contradictions and experimental activities, the ability to find necessary information independently and use it to solve specific practical problems.

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APPLICATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AS A MEANS OF MOTIVATION IN EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY OF YOUNGER SCHOOLCHILDREN

Posted in 2019, Issue № 9(87) September 2019, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

At the present stage of development, it is impossible to imagine any human profession without progress; educational process is no exception. Nowadays, it is necessary for children to be able to organize educational activities independently. The teacher is no longer the main “source” of information, according to the educational standards of the second generation; the teacher needs to create conditions for a child to acquire knowledge independently in the process of cognitive, design and research activities while working on tasks related to real-life problems.

Whereas seven years ago, it was enough for a teacher to integrate basic computer technologies into the educational process, and this increased interest in learning, today, children are used to gadgets. Multimedia presentations are no longer as interesting as before. Anyway, modern generation requires innovation in learning. Not any novelty can be regarded as innovation, only the one that seriously enhances the efficiency of the current system.

Any child is curious, they want to learn things, to try them, but they are willing to do it on their own. It is also more interesting for a student to unravel the “secrets” of the world by themselves rather than listen to a teacher. However, it is impossible to help a child do this without having anything at hand.

Therefore, at the primary stage, it is vital to introduce new principles of education and development of the younger generation, as well as new equipment, laboratories, and digital innovation.

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