Online ISSN: 1989-9572

Main Subjects : Education


Impact and features of Chinese realism in painting with focus on tradition and modernity

Yang pingping

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 165-172
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.022

The relevance of the research topic lies in the fact that Western trends dominate in contemporary the Chinese realistic art, while interest in traditional painting techniques in a realistic direction has practically disappeared. To preserve the national cultural heritage, it is necessary to study more carefully the possibilities of applying traditional ideas in modern realistic painting. The purpose of the study is to identify the features of the traditional foundations of Chinese painting and their applied value for teaching students of modern painting. The objectives of the research are to analyze the scientific literature on the topic, conduct a survey among students to assess the traditions of Chinese re-artistic painting, as well as summarize the results of empirical research. The research methodology includes the methods of the general scientific group (analysis, synthesis, induction, deduction), as well as methods of art history analysis: historical and logical; analogy method; method of formal comparison. In an empirical study, the method of statistical analysis was used, applied using the program Neural Designer, a tool for advanced statistical analysis. The research materials were the results of a survey of 3rd year students (bachelor’s degree). Three groups of students were interviewed, each of which included 25 people: two experimental groups and one control group. The author of the study came to the conclusion that the combination of traditional and modern techniques in realistic painting in the classroom can increase the motivation for learning, develop new technical skills among students studying in the specialty «painting and graphics».

On the development of the socio-psychological (forensic) portrait of the "Quarantine" criminal

Kaliuga K.V.; Pokataev P.S; Lukashevych V.G; Hryshyna T.A; Pavlenko I.O

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 82-88
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.011

The announced problems did not arise today from scratch. It seemed that in modern society, with its developed system of hygiene, medicine, sanitary and epidemiological measures for the prevention of diseases (prevention, vaccination, etc.), the mass and uncontrolled spread of dangerous infectious diseases that covered not only local areas, but and entire countries, remained only in the memories of the distant past.
But! As it turned out, the existing means of control were not enough, and now a new coronavirus with the code name - COVID-19 is rapidly spreading around the world and the spread of which is determined by the WHO pandemic.
One of the measures to combat the spread of the virus was the isolation of citizens and, accordingly, a decrease of their activity. But the activity of criminals has not decreased - on the contrary, new circumstances give them the opportunity to more effectively carry out their actions. Therefore, the development of a typical psychological (criminalistic) portrait of a criminal with a conditional name - “quarantine”, seems relevant and promising.
Against the backdrop of outbreaks of coronavirus, more and more people do not part with medical masks, respirators. Although the mask provides some protection against infection, it significantly complicates the process of biometric authentication, which complicates the work of even artificial intelligence technologies.
 

Arab Studies and Arab-Islamic Languages and Research in Imperial Russian Universities: Kazan and St. Petersburg Universities (1804 –1855)

R.M. Valeev; R.Z. Valeeva; D.R. Khayrutdinov

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 94-103
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.013

The authors of this article focus on issues related to history, factors, and trends in the development of Arab-Islamic studies in the Russian Empire. The article presents an overview and systematization of the main events, names, as well as some features of the formation of educational traditions of teaching Arab-Islamic languages, as well as key focus areas and results of historical and cultural studies of Muslim peoples of the Near and Middle East and the Russian Muslim East at Kazan and St. Petersburg Universities in the first half of the 19th century.
Complex academic and university courses and subjects Arab studies, Iranian studies and Turkology – in the Russian Empire in the first half of the 19th century became important components of the disciplinary and institutional development of modern Oriental studies and are presented as a certain historical, scientific, social and cultural phenomenon of humanitarian research of personas and societies of the Islamic East. These Orientalist fields of research contributed to the knowledge of the national history of Russian state and society, particularly the territories, peoples and cultures of the Empire that were organically connected with the Islamic world.

Post-revolution oriental studies in the ussr: correspondence between v. V. Bartold and a. Y. Krymsky in the 1920s

R.M. Valeev; R.Z. Valeeva; O.D. Vasylyuk; D.R. Khayrutdinov; S.A. Kirillina

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 104-116
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.014

The primary reason for writing this article is a very special date – the 150th anniversary of the birth of academician and Orientalist V. V. Bartold, an event celebrated in Russia in 2019. At the turn of the twentieth century the scholar and humanist wrote: "Under the influence of the Golden East, Wonderland works written by European orientalists, the East of One Thousand and One Nights gradually retreats into the realm of legends; instead, the picture of the actual life of the Eastern peoples unfolds before us, and we find out the reasons that determined the course of their history and their role in the history of humankind.1 " Famous intellectuals and thinkers V. V. Bartold (1869-1930) and A.Y. Krymsky (1871-1942) and their legacy vividly showcase the earthly fate, scientific achievements and spiritual experience of the history of classical Oriental studies in Russia and Europe.
The collections of the Institute of Manuscripts of the V.I. Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine hold 10 letters written by V.V. Bartold addressed to A.Y. Krymsky, while the St. Petersburg Archive of the Russian Academy of Sciences keeps seven response letters from A.Y. Krymsky. Although the extant correspondence covers a period of twenty years, from 1908 to 1928, this article will focus on the significance of letters dating from the 1920s. The legacy of A.Y. Krymsky and V. V. Bartold has great historical, scientific and cultural weight in the history of Russian, Ukrainian, and European Oriental studies.
The article analyzes the unpublished correspondence between V.V. Bartold and A.Y. Krymsky between 1922 and 1928. It contains valuable data which helps reconstruct the main trends of contemporary academic life and improve understanding of existing problems in the field of Oriental studies in Russia in the 1920s. The correspondence of these distinguished scholars showcases their common professional interest in both the state of Oriental studies and the educational system.

Project for the development of Oriental studies in Kazan in the early 19th century: On opening vocational schools for Oriental languages in the Kazan school district

Ramil Valeev; Roza Valeeva; Dinar Khayrutdinov

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 117-122
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.015

Today Russian academic centers, including Kazan Federal University, are unique comprehensive research and education institutions that conduct research on both classical and modern subjects and implement original professional educational programs. In the history and culture of the peoples of Russia and the historical and cultural area of Volga-Urals in particular, Kazan University and its schools of sciences have played an exceptional role. The period from the late 18th to the early 20th centuries was marked by successful development of Asian and African research in Russia and Europe. A cohort of outstanding Russian orientalists, who represented many various ethnic groups of Russia, have provided globally relevant complex philological, historical, archaeological and ethnographic studies in academic and university centers of our country. Oriental studies became an important educational and scientific discipline and area of focus starting from the earliest days of the university community of Kazan. Lecturers and professors of Kazan Imperial University introduced the society to the history and culture of the peoples of both overseas East and the Eastern part of the Russian Empire, as well as expanded the understanding of the cultural legacy of both ancient and modern Asia. The article presents an analysis of the official project developed by the Board of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Empire and devoted to the formation of Oriental studies (including the research of Asian and African languages) in Kazan in the early 19th century.

Vandalism in castles, Tentors and the enhanced core of the historical Russian city

Natalia Nikolaevna Shelshakova

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 123-131
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.016

The article describes the results of the work of the analytical department of an independent security system. The history of the creation of a criminal community at the state and regional levels is presented. The forms and types of work of the members of the criminal community are described. The article is based on an analysis of documents, anonymous sources, conversations with witnesses, self-reflection, etc. After the Second World War, people who, during the war, committed a number of war crimes against civilians by order of military commanders (redistribution of lands, redistribution of money resources, sexual crimes). This task was set thanks to the establishment of contacts with foreign agents who tortured concentration camp prisoners. The criminals released them on the condition of conducting terrorist actions against the Soviet people after the war (economy, social sphere, world order, etc.).

Turkological and Ottomanic legacy of A.Y. Krymsky and Oriental studies in Russia (1896 – 1941)

Ramil M.Valeev; Roza Z.Valeeva; Dinar R. Khayrutdinov; Oksana D.Vasylyuk

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 132-142
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.017

Research of the Turkic (including Asia Minor), social-political, cultural and ethnolinguistic space of Eurasia is a significant and long-standing tradition of practical and academic research centers of Russia and Europe, including Ukraine. The Turkic (including Ottoman) political and cultural legacy played an especially important role in the history and culture of the peoples of Russia, Ukraine and modern Turkic states. Famous states and societies of the Turkic world (Turkish Khaganates, Volga Bulgaria, the Ulus of Jochi, the Ottoman Empire and other states of the Middle Ages and the modern period), the geographical and historical-cultural areas that were traditionally occupied by Turkic peoples of the Russian and Ottoman empires and Eurasia in general became a subject of academic research done by Russian and European orientalists (experts on Turkic and Ottoman history and culture) of the 19th early 20th centuries.
A. Y. Krymsky made an enormous contribution into the research of the history and culture of Turkic peoples of Eurasia, and any further studies of his rich academic legacy in Turkology and Ottoman studies during the main periods of his work in Moscow and Kiev remain of great relevance.

Questions of Scientific Research on Violence and Inequality Applied to Women

Mikhail F.Kostyuk; Elena V.Kunts

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 143-146
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.018

In the last decade of the 21st century, research on discrimination and violence against women has increased rapidly. Such close attention of the world community to the inequality of women and violence against them contributes to a large-scale international recognition of the need and timely development of scientific approaches that take into account gender issues on a fairly stable basis. However, the problem of the legal status of women in connection with their increasing activity in public life has not received much attention from the point of view of scientific research. As a result, there are no comparative data in this area. Research work with a gender perspective is needed to assess the role and scope of this phenomenon and to draw scientific conclusions, regulations and recommendations for reforms in the adoption of draft laws, social policies and solutions.

The phenomenon of a future teacher’s scientific-research culture under the new socio-cultural conditions

Viktoriya Tusheva

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 147-153
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.019

The article reveals the essence of a future teacher’s scientific-research culture on the basis of polyparadigmal approach. It enabled to outline the features of functioning and development of this personal phenomenon in a multidimensional socio-cultural scientific and educational environment cohesively and systematically basing it on multidisciplinary strategies. It is concluded that the formation of a future teacher’s scientific-research culture will ensure rapid reaction to the conditions and requirements of pedagogical science, the high level of “metaknowledge” and “metaskills”, the achievement of which takes place in the process of mastering various scientific methods, the rapid adaptation under the conditions of frequent changes in scientific paradigms, finding fundamentally new ways of solving scientific problems. This can be achieved owing to mastering professional personal qualities (theoretical thinking, scientific style of thinking, methodological consciousness, self-awareness) and technological mechanism of scientific-research activity on the integrative basis.

The substantiation of the essence of a future teacher’s professional culture as a personal phenomenon from the standpoint of the culturological approach

Viktoriya Tusheva

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 154-160
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.020

The article covers various definitions of the concept of “culture”, which expand and fill the concept of “a teacher’s professional culture” with a new meaning and content. The specified personal phenomenon is viewed on the basis of the culturological approach and it manifests itself in the permanent process of professional and personal development and self-development, identifying humanistic orientation, self-actualization, and, in this regard, the ability to carry out purposeful activities, find the new meanings of the professional life, professional “self”, professional functions, find the ways of one’s “essential forces” realization. The definition of the problem field allowed us to identify the tasks of the possible directions of the formative process in relation to a future teacher’s professional culture. The task should be focused around future teachers’ culturological and worldview preparation.

Education and a philosophical approach to teaching inelementary school around the world

Ji Xiuqin

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 161-164
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.021

This article attempts to analyze modern education systems in relation to the philosophy of education.
The paper presents comparative data of educational systems of different countries of the world, that
have interesting and significant differences, taking into account national, religious, economic and
political characteristics


Culturological approach as a conceptual basis for renewing modern higher pedagogical education

Viktoriya Tusheva; Anatoly Guba; Kateryna Kalina; Olha Temchenko

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 1-7
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.001

The article substantiates the prospects and productivity of the culturological approach, in the context
of which culture is considered to be a source of content of higher pedagogical education and as a
method of its research and design. Theoretical deduction of the concept of “culture” allows us to
focus on the definitions that expand understanding of the essence of culture. The relationship
between education and culture, a person and culture is revealed. The application of culturological
approach in modern pedagogy is asserted, which provides a view of pedagogical phenomena and
processes as cultural phenomena, requires certain ways of their cultural description, interpretation
and construction, and focuses on a broad approach to culture and education in the context of general
philosophical understanding. Probable changes in the content of pedagogical education in the context
of the culturological approach, which cause adjustment of educational technologies, are outlined. At
the normative level, it is manifested in the requirements to the content-related component as
“containing culture” and “creating culture”, of the procedural side, which differs in the integrity,
integrative unity of all the components; management of educational and pedagogical activities on the
principles of dialogue and mutual respect; educational space as a culturally appropriate, multicultural
environment; learning technologies as human-dimensional, innovative, value-oriented.


Bilingual education as a prospective form of tertiary education in higher education institutions

Poddubnaya Yana Nikolaevna; Kotov Konstantin Sergeevich; Slukina Anastasia Alekseevna; Aleksandrova Larisa Gennadevna; Martynova Anastasia Sergeevna

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 15-21
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.002

The purpose of this study is to analyse the experience of bilingual education in higher educational
institutions in Europe and consider its merits in terms of the goals of educational programs
implemented in language universities.
Scientific novelty is presented in systematizing the experience of foreign teachers training students in
the methodology of bilingual education; and the merits of bilingual education over common language
education.
The result of the study is the creation of didactic recommendations aimed at minimizing the negative
results of bilingual education, which contribute to more effective progress of students in achieving a
form of bilingual thinking.


Modeling of psychological support of persons with disabilities at the University

Karpushkina N.V.; Kisova V.V.; Koneva I.A.; Kochneva E.M.; Kudryavtsev V.A.; Rossova Y.I.; Fedoseeva N.V.

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 8-14
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.003

The article is devoted to the description of modern approaches to modeling of psychological and
pedagogical support of persons with disabilities and disabilities in higher education. The article
presents a model of psychological and pedagogical support of students with disabilities at the main
stages of higher education, describes in detail the structural components of complex support.
The aim of the study was to develop a model of psychological and pedagogical support for persons
with disabilities and disabilities in the University. The targets, main directions and content of students
' support in the conditions of an inclusive University are defined.
The main directions of psychological and pedagogical support of persons with disabilities and
disabilities in the University are: education, diagnosis, counseling, prevention, correctional and
developmental work, research (methodological) activities, etc. The article describes in detail the content
of these areas for students with disabilities and disabilities. These directions are realized both in work
with students, and their parents, teachers of the higher school.
The modeling of psychological and pedagogical support of inclusive higher education is based on the
following principles: the principle of expansion and formation of tolerant "barrier-free" space, the
principle of subjectivity and socialization, the principle of motivation and activity, the principle of
diabolicality, the principle of variability


Investigation of articles on leadership and school management in turkey

Aycem Birand; Dr.Cemre Günsel Haskasap; Dr.Meryem Bastas

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 22-36
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.004

The aim of this qualitative study is to analyse the content of randomly selected articles on leadership
and school management published in scientific journals in Turkey, and to determine the descriptive
characteristics, main and sub-dimensions, and general trends of those articles. For this purpose, the
“leadership” and “school management” directories were scanned in Google Academy. The samples
comprised randomly selected 30 articles that were published between the years of 2015-2021. The
content analysis of these 30 articles was based on main and sub-themes. The results revealed that when
the main themes of articles about leadership were examined, the subject of pedagogical leadership,
effective leadership and rotational leadership were discussed more than other articles. In addition, in
the articles related to school management, it was observed that organizational silence and favouritism
emerged. These main themes created some negative sub-themes, such as fear, anxiety, anxiety, and lack
of confidence and alienation of staff. In that case, it was observed that teachers were also influenced by
their self-sufficiency perceptions.


Schools as Learning Organizations: Impact of Age & Experience of Preschool Teachers understanding about Disciplines of Learning Organization in Peter Senge’s Model

Dr.Sumaira Noreen; Sadia Shahbaz

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 37-47
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.005

This survey research was designed to notice the impact of age and teaching experience of preschool teachers on their perceptions of Peter Senge’s learning organization concept of five disciplines. The questionnaire was based on Gravin’s tool kit (2008) that was originally being designed for assessing the working of any learning organization. Out of 350 respondents from 10 branches of a private school in Lahore, 300 pre-school teachers had responded back. When analyzed individually, the effect of age and experience about awareness of five disciplines showed a varied response in results but an understanding about Senge’s five disciplines was there in the responses of sample teachers. Data findings revealed that while a comprehensive understanding about all the five disciplines of Peter Senge’s model was not up to the mark, some evidence about their understanding was still commendable because the concept is still emerging in context of Pakistan.

Professional Communication Strategies in the Design Process of an Open Education Tutor

Zolotykhin Sergey Alexandrovich; Mashkina Natalya Pavlovna; Sinkevich Konstantin Mikhailovich; Laktionov Viktor Viktorovich

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 48-56
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.006

The article describes the professional communication strategies in the design activities of an open education tutor and the process of mastering these strategies. This process is based on the close relationship between the tutor's professional-oriented goals and his/her design levels in open education. Communication strategies allow the tutor to implement successfully professional activities in open education. Nowadays the problem of tutors’ mastering the professional communication strategies is very relevant due to the increasing opportunities of open education.
The article presents the progress and results of the experimental work on the testing of the effectiveness of the proposed model of mastering the professional communication strategies by open education tutors. This model is aimed at developing communication skills in the process of their professional activity. In particular, the model is thought to achieve the necessary level of motivation for mastering the professional communication strategies in open education.
The article presents the results of experimental work processed by methods of mathematical statistics. The results presented in the paper confirm the proposed provisions.

Change of students’ strength indicators as a result of training in the gym

Ivashko Natalia Vasilievna; Ryzhenko Oksana Vladimirovna

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 57-60
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.008

Today, due to the ineffective physical education among university students, there is a need in the process of revising the content of PE lessons in order to adapt them to the students’ needs. It is important to update interests and motives in order to replenish the theoretical competence of students about the most productive means and methods of physical education, in order to increase the effectiveness of the performed physical exercises as a way to reach qualitatively different levels of training physical qualities. The article discusses the possibilities of developing students' strength indicators as a result of training in the gym.

The formation of research skills of the master's degree students of choreographic art field of study within the framework of the study of "philosophy of dance" program

Tatiana Vasilievna Portnova

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 61-66
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.009

The objective of the article is the systematic presentation of philosophical approaches to the understanding of dance through the course "Philosophy of Dance", studied at the master's degree level in the "Choreographic Art" field of study.  The mastering of theoretical and practical skills of sensemaking by means of choreographic art in the system of individual and social self-knowledge have been considered. Studying dance from the philosophical point of view, gives an opportunity to see many facts in its type structure and the history of development in general. Of particular importance is the expansion and deepening of the world outlook and research interest of master's students to modern historical, philosophical and aesthetic assessments of various aspects that take place in the art of dance, the analytical consideration of the range of philosophical interpretations of choreographic works and their inclusion in the independent process of reflection on stage practice.  With the help of competence characteristics, the importance of forming the skills of philosophical analysis of choreographic works, their evaluation using anthropological, ethical and aesthetic criteria have been shown. Mastering the culture of thinking, the ability to perceive, analyze and generalize the aesthetic image in the context of studying the philosophical paradigm of dance contribute to the formation of research interest in it.

Professional competencies as a component of professional training of a fitness trainer-teacher in higher education institutions

Oksana Kornosenko; Pavlo Khomenko; Iryna Taranenko; Valeriy Zhamardiy; Olena Shkola; Hanna Tolchieva; Volodymyr Saienko; Nataliya Batieieva; Petro Kyzim

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 72-81
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.010

The article presents professional competencies as an important component in the professional training of future trainers-teachers of fitness in higher education institutions. The purpose of the work is to substantiate professional competencies in the professional training of future trainers-teachers in fitness in higher education institutions. The effectiveness of the use of professional competencies in professional activities is ensured by a combination of medical-biological, social-humanitarian and psychological knowledge from sports and pedagogical disciplines. The learning process is based on integrative interdisciplinary links, unity and interconnection of sports and professional and pedagogical improvement of physical and mental abilities with the use of modern information and communication technologies, cooperation of teachers and fitness trainers, development of international relations and cooperation.  The use of modern educational technologies, special computer programs in combination with traditional forms of professional training provides an opportunity to increase the effectiveness of training. In the case of the use of such training in the formation of professional competencies, almost all students are involved in cognitive activities, constant exchange of knowledge. At the same time, information and communication technologies almost naturally combine methods and means of learning and data processing. In order for graduates to become highly qualified and competent professionals, they need not only to acquire a certain set of knowledge and skills, but also to gain sufficient experience in modern information technology, and most importantly, to acquire the ability to self-development, improving their professional competencies.
 

Formation of foreign language professionally oriented competence of future foreign language teachers with the use of electronic educational resources

Yevheniia M. Provorova; Tetiana O. Harasym; Andriana R. Zubryk; Olha V. Ladyka; Valentyna A. Shepitchak

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 1-12
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.001

The study tested electronic educational resources recommended and selected for development of language competencies in future teachers. Motivational, cognitive and communicative criteria were chosen as indicators of professional readiness. The research involved relevant methods and forms of improving language competencies and diagnostic methods. Meanwhile the level of the development of professional competencies was monitored with reasonable adjustment of students’ independent work. The choice of electronic educational resources as the main tool of independent work improves the linguistic communicative competencies of students, activates their search, learning and self-organization; motivates to create their own educational trajectory, and improves the academic performance. The use of electronic resources is not an independent technology for teachers’ training; it requires implementation in the educational process. The effectiveness of these methods of organizing the educational process is 25% of the quantitative composition of the experimental groups, so the subject of the study requires development and implementation in the educational field. The effectiveness of application of the results determines practical value of this article. The offered methods can be applied to students majoring in the Humanities, and in independent language study. This research can be used for development of programs and courses in independent, distance and differentiated learning.

The Formation of the Student's Objectivity in the University Educational Process

Kariyev A. D; Kodoeva A. C.; Fadeeva V. V.; Grigorev A. N; Akhmetov T.; Sardarova Z.; Yegenissova A. K.; Zhubangalieva G. G.

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 13-18
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.002

In this article, we highlight and consider one of the directions for improving the system of training specialists in higher education - the formation of student subjectivity in the educational process of the university. It should be emphasized that this task is interdisciplinary and requires the integration of the efforts of many specialists: teachers, psychologists, sociologists, etc. The author describes the main interactive methods used in teaching practice: the “Workshop of the Future” method, the case-study method, the “Decision tree” method, and the educational discussion. Also in the article, the author revealed the goal of interactive learning, which is to create comfortable learning conditions in which each student can feel his success and intellectual competence, which will allow him to simulate life and professional situations from pedagogical practice, to find a solution to the problem based on an analysis of the circumstances and the corresponding situation; to contribute to the formation of professional skills and abilities, to cultivate humanistic values ​​in him, help to create an atmosphere of interaction and cooperation.

Increasing Motivation of Primary School Pupils’ Studying

Viktoriia I. Prokopchuk; Iryna Revenko; Yuliya M. Demchenko; Olga B. Blaga; Vitaliia V. Tarasova

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 19-29
DOI: DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.003

The scientific investigation reveals the topic of increasing the motivation of primary school pupils’ studying, which is relevant today and requires careful study. Data from the Institute of Educational Analytics, the German Internet Portal of statistics Statista, the World Bank and the international organization World Population Review have been used in the context of solving the problem of increasing motivation of primary school pupils’ studying in in Ukraine and Germany. The processing of statistics requires the use of methods of theoretical substantiation, analysis and comparison in the study. According to the World Bank’s education quality rating, Germany was ranked as one of the best countries with a high level of education quality in 2015-2017, and Ukraine ranked the 54th and the 56th places respectively. It has been found that today both in Germany and Ukraine an improvement of pupils’ studying at school is observed, it has been found that in the period of 2016-2018 the number of elementary schools in Ukraine decreased sharply, in Germany during 2008-2018 it has been a similar situation. The results of the series of studies have shown the presence in the practice of the activities of educators, psychologists and scientists, specializing in the study of this issue, a significant number of available and potential ways for increasing motivation. It has been studied the reasons for the learning motivation decrease and the factors influencing it, as well as five levels of learning motivation in primary school. In author’s opinion, the ARCS model is relevant nowadays, because it focuses on the motivational aspects of the educational environment and includes four components of motivation. It has been proved, that it is necessary to provide the innovative teaching methods in Ukrainian school during evaluation process. IT programs, that can improve the learning process and increase motivation in primary education has been presented.

Flipped classroom and digitization: an inductive study on the learning framework for 21st century skill acquisition

Malini Mittal Bishnoi

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 30-45
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.004

While increasingly demands have been made on Higher Education Institutions for revamping curriculum designs and instructional pedagogies to adapt to the 21st century digitized learning and skill environment, the COVID-19 pandemic underscored this adaption as the singular solution to maintain the learning continuum. The inverted or flipped classroom has emerged as an enabling learning framework offering a convergence of technological advancements with active and collaborative learning. This study investigates the correlation between the flipped learning pedagogy in higher education and the acquisition of 21st century skills in the current digitized environment to meet Industry 4.0 readiness landscape. Primary data for this study was collected using a scientifically deployed mixed methods survey research and in-depth interviews from undergraduate students across universities to get their input on what they experienced and perceived as learners through the classroom flip experience. Until today, there has been lack of focus on Higher Education in the literature on an effective pedagogy for cultivating 21st century skills. This is an original research work which presents a holistic view of  what elements  are offered by ‘flipped learning’ as key to the development of 21st century skills and competences considering the demands of the fourth industrial revolution (IR 4.0) from Higher Education Institutions, for creation of a job resilient workforce.  The findings of the study showed that the flipped classroom model was experientially and perceptibly preferred by undergraduates for the acquisition of 21st century skills and competencies needed for industry 4.0 readiness amongst other reasons.  The results of this study have implications for students, faculty and higher education institutions.

Practice and innovation inclusive education in pre-school institutions

Zdanevych V. Larysa; Popovych Oksana; Tsehelnyk M. Tetianа; Novak M. Olena; Kasianenko Oksana

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 46-55
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.005

Inclusive education in pre-school education is a general policy and practice in European countries, but implementation of the policy varies from country to country depending on institutional, legal factors, funding, access to pre-school education and pedagogical concepts. The aim of the study is to analyze the practice and innovation of inclusive education in pre-school institutions in Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. Features of the practice of inclusive education for pre-school children have been determined on the basis of qualitative and quantitative methodology, content analysis and statistical analysis. The results indicate that there are differences in the inclusive education of pre-school children in these countries. Therefore, the practice of inclusive education in the Czech Republic is very different where children of pre-school age are highly involved in formal education, study in special groups to a greater extent and in completely separate educational institutions, and to a lesser extent in special pre-school institutions. Segregation in the Czech Republic is more intense, and therefore the level of inclusion is much lower. It was found that models of inclusion in pre-school education institutions in these countries can be defined as a model of full inclusion in Poland and Hungary (79.68% and 82.18%, respectively), partial inclusion in Slovakia and the Czech Republic (64.85% and 19.74% respectively). The Czech Republic differs significantly from Poland, Hungary and Slovakia in inclusive education for pre-school children.

Development of professional competence of present and future teachers under the conditions of transformational processes in education

Chernysh V. Valentyna; Zadorina Olha; Melnyk Kateryna; Khromova I. Olga; Danyliuk M. Mykola

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 56-67
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.006

Currently, the modern education system is in the process of transformation processes. One of the directions of reforming the education system in Ukraine should be directed at improving the level of professional competence of teachers, their knowledge, skills and abilities. The purpose of the academic paper is to study approaches to the formation of professional competence of present and future teachers under the conditions of transformational processes in education. The following scientific methods have been used in the academic paper, namely: methods of theoretical analysis and description – in order to reveal the theoretical and methodological aspects of the development of teachers’ professional competence in the conditions of transformational processes in education; methods of grouping, comparison and synthesis - to consider the features of the development of professional competence of teachers in Canada and Ukraine. In Canada, the development of professional competence of modern teachers involves the preparation of an exam by educators, which would certify the high level of their effectiveness. Intercultural competence-based teaching methods, introduced at higher educational institutions in Canada, have a positive effect on the formation of professional competences of future teachers. In Ukraine, the key directions for improving the level of professional competence of both present and future teachers should be professional self-improvement, which is achieved through purposeful self-educational activity. The professional activity of a teacher should include love for children, pedagogical foresight, knowledge of the subject of activity, pedagogical tact, innovative scientific and pedagogical thinking. The development of professional competence is a dynamic process of assimilation and modernization of professional experience, which leads to the development of individual professional qualities, the accumulation of professional experience, which involves continuous development and self-improvement. The professional competence of teachers allows not only applying basic knowledge and skills, but it also forms the ability to carry out practical activities in specific professional situations; it provides creative solutions to professional problems and makes it possible to easily navigate in a professional environment and possess a culture of work. The formation of teachers’ professional competence should be carried out on the basis of the general provisions of the system approach and the use of other scientifically sound approaches.

The Impact of Bybee and Synectics Models on Creativity, Creative Problem-solving, and Students’ Performance in Geometry

Zahra Kalantarnia; Ahmad Shahvarani semnani; Mohammad Hassan Behzadi; Mohsen Rostamy MalKhalifeh; Mohammad Reza Mardanbeigi

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 68-78
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.007

The present study aimed to investigate the effect of Bybee and Synectics on creativity, creative problem-solving, and performance of ninth-grade students in geometry. The research method was quasi-experimental with pre-test, post-test, and control group. From the entire population of the ninth-grade female students of public high schools in Tehran, three intact classrooms were selected by the cluster sampling method, each consisting of 30 students. Then, two classes were randomly assigned to two experimental groups and one control group. In addition, research instruments included Abedi’s creativity test, Basadur’s problem-solving creative test, and a researcher-made geometry test. In order to collect data, at first, pre-tests of performance, creativity and creative solution were performed on the subjects. After performing the patterns in the groups, post-tests of performance, creativity and creative solution were performed on the subjects. Finally, descriptive (the mean and standard deviation) and inferential ANCOVA statistics were used to analyze the data by SPSS software. The findings indicated that using the patterns of Bybee and Synectics on students’ creativity, creative problem-solving, and performance in geometry were significantly more influential compared to traditional teaching methods. The use of educational patterns appropriate to the educational content will lead to the training of creative people. 

Students’ perception of letters as specific unknown and variable: The Case of Iran

Heidari, Fatemeh Zahra; Asghary, Nasim

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 79-92
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.008

The purpose of this study was to assess student’s understanding of variable concept. In respect to the
changes of math curriculum in Iran, especially way that variable was introduced in the new textbook,
it is necessary to assess students’ understanding of variable involving these new approaches. The
present study followed an explanatory sequential mixed method design. The subjects of the study
were 7
th, 8th and 9th grade students living in different area of Tehran city. Data was collected from a
written test and semi structured interviews. Our sample was 400 students. Interviews conducted with
15out of them. By analysing data and textbook based on Kuchemann’(1981) and Sfard’s(1991)
theories, students with such training were not recognizing the role of variable in different situation
and often see it as specific unknown. They also made mistakes for simplifying of algebraic expression
and they tried to get solution by joining of numbers and letters.


Methods of developing strength abilities of students

Ryzhenko Oksana Vladimirovna; Tkacheva Tatiana Viktorovna; Faleeva Elena Alexandrovna

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 93-95
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.009

Physical culture at the university is carried out throughout the entire period of training of students and
is carried out in various forms, which are interrelated and represent a single process of physical
education of students. The learning process is organized depending on the state of health, the level of
physical development and fitness of students, as well as taking into account the conditions and nature
of the work of their future professional activity


Creativity in art teaching

Ana Lucía Frega

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2014, Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages -

Tema el del título que me ocupa hace mucho tiempo y que he podido recorrer inicialmente en
colaboración con una notable experta canadiense, la Doctora Margery M. Vaughan (Frega,
Vaughan, 1980), he transitado un proceso reflexivo y actualizado de las fuentes en mi obra Educar
en creatividad (2007/9). Pongo esas construcciones a la disposición del lector.1