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Title: Algorithmic presentation of the independent work of the students of the vocational pedagogical university in the conditions of the synchronous pedagogical control
Authors: Dneprov, S. A.
Telepova, T. P.
Naumova, O. A.
Izmaylov, A. M.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Gokkusagi LTD. STI.
Abstract: The topicality of the investigated problem is stipulated by the demand for specialists able to develop algorithmic preparedness to perform professional activities, the level of which corresponds to modern level of technological production. The purpose of the article is to diagnose the influence of the synchronous pedagogical control on the development of preparedness for the algorithmic presentation of the independent work of the students of professional and pedagogical university. The leading approach to the study of this problem is the method of algorithmic presentation of the synchronous pedagogical control of the process of assimilation by the students of the professional knowledge and skills, enabling them to develop in algorithmic preparedness corresponding to the level of complexity of the implemented educational and professional activities. The article deals with the psychological and pedagogical approaches in the study of algorithmic preparedness to work independently as well as with the arrangements for the synchronous type of the pedagogical control in the discipline of profile preparation of students of the Russian State Vocational Pedagogical University and with the results achieved during experimental search of work indicating the effectiveness and efficiency of this type of control. The materials of the article may be useful to teachers of vocational training in the organization of practical training in the disciplines of profile preparation containing procedural knowledge and skills and, consequently, an algorithmic nature. © 2016 Dneprov et al.
ISSN: 1306-3030
SCOPUS: 84990209760
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