List of publications on a keyword: «methodological complex»
Integration of Pedagogical Approaches and Their Use in the Educational ProcessPublication date: 26.03.2020Education and science: current trends
- Natalia A. Kuzina
- Work direction:
- Глава III. Проектное обучение в системе образования
- The paper considers the process of applying pedagogical approaches in education, their integration; provides an example of formation of students' educational and cognitive competencies and their thinking in the process of studying, based on the integration of competence, technological and activity approaches, which allow to increase the level of development and effectiveness of university education.
Criteria of Curriculum Digestion Efficiency in Online Education EnvironmentPublication date: 08.06.2021Psychological and Pedagogical Issues of Modern Education
- Elena V. Shchedrina
- Work direction:
- Chatper 10
- The paper considers the methodology of individualization of training based on adaptive testing of network electronic educational and methodological complexes in two closely interrelated levels – the methodology of designing, developing adaptive tools and the methodology of their application in teaching university students. The design of an adaptive network electronic educational and methodological complex – a universal educational resource that is able to support the learning process at all its stages-contains three consecutive stages (levels) – didactic, logical and physical, each of which has a content component of the developer's activity that determines the requirements for the structure and content of the created course. The methodological approaches to the use of an adaptive network course in the educational process are different for teachers and students. As criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of learning content assimilation in the information and communication educational environment of the university, the following are defined: transient process time response, which a student spends for learning of fixed stream of input information until prepared for the testing (E.A. Solodova's adaptive learning mathematical model); the level of assimilation of the information received, defined in tests and evaluated in a 100-point scale (as the condition of completeness of the educational process, according to V.P. Bespalko).