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Developing pedagogical technologies
Kirnarskaya D.K. - Three sources and three key components of the Russian education reform: the experience of musical art pp. 1-16


Abstract: This article discusses the necessary reforms that are due in the system of national music education. The essence of crisis consists in the fact that the syllabus has outdated, because until the present stage is focused on the solo performances, while the job market suggests the positions of other type associated with the communication skills, management and diversification of musical styles of a graduate. The second aspect of crisis lies in the excessive overload of the students with the class exercises that do not leave space for self-education, work and leisure that are extremely need for a young individual. Overload as a generic feature of the Russian education system also concerns professors and educators that are deprived of career growth opportunity alongside the full-fledged academic activity. In addition, the article offers not to interlink the salary of educators with the teaching load, as well as pare it down due to the decrease of academic hours, which manifests as a crucial moment in the proposed reform. The third aspect of crisis is the outdated format of presenting the material based on lecture, while the psychology of modern students inclines towards the other formats, which certainly include interactivity and creativity. The international experts acknowledge all of the indicated flaws in music education as in need of the reforms. Their opinions and propositions are also considered in the article, which views the reform of music education leaning on the three key components – syllabus, organization, and format of education, which will increase demand for the graduates and their success on the job market.
Krishtofik I.S. - Organization of the process of mastering the basis of pedagogical communication by future educators pp. 10-18


Abstract: The subject of this research is the approach towards development of a learning program aimed at formation of the communicative competence of the future pedagogues. The object of this research is the problem of establishment within the educational process of a complex of professional competencies of the future pedagogues, which ensure the efficient work targeted at students’ development. The author examines various aspects of the notion of “pedagogical communication”. Special attention is given to the question regarding the structuring of educational-pedagogical discourse based on the analysis of specifically selected texts that reflect the peculiarities of communicative situations in pedagogical activity, which require manifestation of the communicative competence. The main conclusion of the conducted research lies in the principles that define the specificities of pedagogical technique of formation of the communicative competence of a future educator. Author’s special contribution consists in formulation of content of the notion of “educational-pedagogical discourse”. The scientific novelty lies in substantiation of pedagogical technique that ensure the “submersion” of students into the problem of communication in education that is presented from different perspectives, reflecting the conceptual and functional aspects of the very notion of “pedagogical communication”.
Sanina S.P. - The role of problem-solving technology in the development of students’ competences (on the example of geography course) pp. 28-35


Abstract: The subject of this study is the development of competencies of students in the primary school in the context of a problem-solving organization of educational activities in geography classes. The author carefully considers the problem-solving technology as a form for comprehension of the curriculum by students. The article presents a model of the problem-solving organization of education in a schematic-graphic form. The author demonstrates the differences between a problem, task and methods. On the example of a single educational topic (geography), the work presents implementation of problem-solving technology. Examples of three tasks on geography topic "Scale" of the 6th grade are given. The author used various research methods, including content analysis, a method of modeling and forming experiment. To determine the level of development of students' competencies, the author used the methodology by E. V. Chudinova "Express diagnostics of the main educational results in primary and secondary schools". The main conclusions of the study are the use of problem-solving technology in teaching contributes to changing the content of education; it becomes active. In conditions of the problem-solving organization of educational activity, students to better understand the basic concepts of the course, and competences are developed. The described model of training can find application in the activity of teachers on the implementation of the activity approach in the educational process.
Sotnikova O. - Priority in the selection of pedagogical techniques of oil and gas education during the study of theoretical material pp. 45-67


Abstract: The subject of this research is the activity of students of the oil and gas industry and preparation for studying the educational material. The article examines the issue of selection of pedagogical techniques in oil and gas education in study of professional disciplines. Based on the analysis of the special aspects of the oil and gas industry the author determines the composition of controversial components of professional competencies. Substantiation is made of the conclusion on the priority of organization of student activity on execution of logical-technological analysis of the educational material. The complex of the aforementioned actions is determined only in a general form and requires further concretization in organization of education of each separate discipline (module). The main conclusion of this research is the justification of the priority of education on logical-technological analysis of the educational material. Author’s contribution to the pedagogical science is the description of the composition of the logical-technological analysis of the educational material studied in the professional disciplines of oil and gas education.  
Gavrishina O.N., Pevneva I.V. - Challenges and requirements to the efficient implementation of inclusive education in the higher school pp. 112-117


Abstract: The subject of this research is the modern status of inclusive education for students with physical disabilities in the higher school. The authors examine the key problems associated with the integrative approach to education, among which are prejudices, physical limitations to access to the educational facility, structure of the curriculum, psychological unpreparedness of pedagogues, socioeconomic factors, and lack of sponsorship. The article reviews the currently existing opportunities of application of the techniques used in educational process for the special needs students, as well as recommendations for the efficient realization of the approach to students with physical disabilities. The conclusion is made based on the example of Kemerovo State University that the development of technological and multimedia means of education alongside the remote education contribute into the advancement of inclusive system. The major problems lies in the insufficient development of specialized literature, physical and psychological peculiarities of the students, lack of preparation of the pedagogues to work within the framework of inclusive education.
Savvina O.V., ., ., ., . - Interdisciplinary IT Projects as the Technology of Preparing Polylingual Monitoring and Measuring Materials for the 'Bioethics' Discipline pp. 127-138


Abstract: The 'Bioethics' Discipline taught to Russian and foreign medical students include interdisciplinary knowledge in the field of philosophy, medicine and law. This creates some difficulties for students when learning study materials as well as for teachers when carrying out the control over students' success. In the article the control method of knowledge of students (testing), and also possibility of training on basic concepts of the course "Bioethics" by means of information technologies with use of interdisciplinary approach is described. Creation of a set of tools for testing preparation at the rate "Bioethics" in the tables Microsoft Excel for students of a bachelor degree in the direction 060101 "Medical business"; the translation of tests for English for the purpose of training of the Russian and foreign students at all course, and also for the purpose of control of knowledge of students. The program set was tested on occupations in educational groups, tested by teachers. During trial operation errors of programming and separate mistakes in formulations of questions were noticed and corrected. Also the system of questions was more strictly organized. They were grouped in a certain order. Results of tests showed that the set can be used for increase of efficiency of independent occupations and carrying out the rubezhnykh and total certifications of foreign students at medical faculty of university.
Faskhutdinova Y.F. - Motivation and Development of Schoolers' Cognitive Abilities pp. 140-154


Abstract: The author of the article studies efficiency of psychological training of cognitive abilities. The author uses a training program offered by T. Berezina. It has been assumed that all the factors influencing the efficiency of training programs should be divided into two groups. The first group of factors include the fact of participation in a training, teaching a shooler all necessary methods of control over their memory and attention. The second group includes motivational factors. High school students with a high level motivation demonstrated success in training their cognitive abilities. In the course of training their attentional capacity and short-term verbal and numerical memory. High motivation was determined if a schooler particpated in the training on his own will and believed the training would be useful for them. Low level of motivation was determined if a schooler was forced to participate in the training and did not demonstrate much efford during the training. It has been concluded that motivation plays a very important role in the process of education. School psychologists and teachers should not only organize academic activities and develop children's cognitive abilities, but also stimulate their motivation and desire to learn.
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