2015 | 9(53) | 201-208
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Some innovative technologies of teaching students in higher school
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The article is focused on the study of the innovative personal oriented technologies as effective student training method. The effectiveness of training manifests personal oriented education. The traditional methods are considered not to suffice while modern technologies provide the alternative model of connection between teaching and learning. This approach may facilitate modern teaching techniques provoking students’ keenness. As the research proves the students are more involved into the subject-matter, more motivated and achieve proficiency, mastering knowledge of the subject, cooperation and partnership skills. Effective learning is the mainstream of the current educational reforms. Personal oriented education positions a student as the main object of the process that starts from the comprehension of the educational contexts. The teacher estimates the student’s progress in accordance with the aim of education. This approach is supposed to be individual, flexible, competent, various in technics and not restricted by time or place. Therefore, this technology makes up the strategy of education, which places the student’s academic progress in the focus of the process and decision-making policy at all levels. The process succeeds due to the determined aim and direct involvement of the students into the activity inducing the comprehension of the contents through the achievement of proficiency and acquisition of necessary practical skills. To train self-motivated students who are able to continue their further education is of primary importance too. Working out of the result is regarded to be the objective of the creative lesson. Conducting varied activities results into some educational outcome. Consequently creative lessons may be specified into several types regarding their purposefulness cognitive, creative, administrative, etc. Problem-solving, developing, learner-centered, productive, multi-staged and heuristic educational models are dwelled upon in the article. A model of personal oriented technologies depends upon the way the teacher is viewed: as a facilitator or as a traditional source of knowledge. The new technologies of education are claimed to meet the student’s personality. It also makes students responsible.
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