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2022 ◽  
Vol 21 (1) ◽  
David I. Hanauer ◽  
Mark J. Graham ◽  
Rachel J. Arnold ◽  
Mary A. Ayuk ◽  
Mitchell F. Balish ◽  

A report on research that explicates three models of pedagogical practice that underpin and characterize inquiry instruction in a course-based research experience.

2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 212-218
A. Batyraliev

Research relevance: the issues of organizing and conducting teaching practice at Osh State University are relevant in connection with the increase and improvement of teachers and students educational activities in general. Research objectives: to reveal the goals, objectives, content and criteria for assessing adaptation, vocational-base and vocational-profile practice. Research materials and methods: the article construction based on analysis of educational standards on pedagogical practice, on the main goals and objectives definition in adaptational-pedagogical practice. Research results: experience of organizing and conducting pedagogical practice can be theoretically and practically useful for several pedagogical universities. Conclusions: based on specialties specifics, methodological departments of pedagogical faculties have developed educational methodological complexes and syllabuses for each type of pedagogical practice.

Guy Ginciene ◽  
Camila Amato ◽  
Eduardo Rodrigues de Oliveira ◽  
Ivan Oliveira dos Santos ◽  
Eduardo Dell Osbel ◽  

The aim of the current study is to understand the pedagogical practice of coaches of youth futsal players based on the TGfU approach. Action Research (AR) approach, developed according to the planning, teaching, observing and reflecting spiral steps, was applied for the teaching of futsal for 12 children aged 9–11 years. An eight-member research group (five student coaches, one research coach and two university professors) was subjected to the same practice. Information was collected from class planning meetings, diagnostic assessment and field diaries of participant and non-participant observers. Based on results, changes in the pedagogical practice were aimed at helping players understanding and using actions to support futsal improvements. AR application also highlighted the emerging understanding about student-coach practices, the influence of coaches who adopt reflective practices or not; and the relevance of using critical player observation at the time of reflecting on how to develop supportive pedagogical practices. Results have shown that the pedagogical practice of coaches has changed over time. The researcher-coach practice and the assistant coach (student-coach 1) was influenced by the perceptions of student-coaches and reflections made in meetings.

2022 ◽  
Vol 30 (12) ◽  
pp. 59-74
L. V. Bondareva ◽  
T. V. Potemkina ◽  
G. S. Saulembekova

The research focuses on “integrating” technological universities’ graduates in the current labor market. In pedagogical practice, it is widely known that university graduates with welldeveloped “soft” skills feel more confident about their future, and they can more easily cope with job search. In order to identify the effect of “soft” skills on the readiness of future engineers to job search, a survey was conducted among 106 students, including programmers, business analysts, IT designers, materials scientists, and nanotechnologists.The authors used the statistical methods to identify the relationship between students’ self-evaluation of “soft” skills and their readiness for job-seeking. We have found that 71.7% of all respondents who determined a high level of proficiency in “soft” skills, only 29.6% are confident that job search should not cause difficulties, 28.8% can see a clear connection between their studies and future profession, and 37% believe that they have motivation for professional fulfillment.The results of the survey based on self-evaluation showed that in spite of having a high score in evaluating their “soft” skills, the respondents express extreme uncertainty that they will be competitive enough outside the university and that will be prepared to apply the skills which are crucial for successful employment.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 (142) ◽  
pp. 142-151
Sarah Jones

Abstract This article outlines how an in-depth engagement with visual archives has transformed the author’s pedagogical practice. It argues that working with visual sources like photographs and illustrations offers students important opportunities to develop key academic skills, and to think critically about archives and sources. It details how working with such rich materials makes space for personal reflection and discovery, especially for students engaging with histories of sex and sexuality for the first time. Outlining the strengths of this approach, it explores some of the tensions and obstacles inherent in doing this kind of work—discussing, for example, the ethical dilemmas faced when reproducing and disseminating sexualized images in the classroom, the complexities of handling student reactions, and the activities students and the instructor have created to negotiate these issues.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2163 (1) ◽  
pp. 012010
C A Hernández-Suarez ◽  
L S Paz-Montes ◽  
W R Avendaño Castro

Abstract The teaching of science, and specifically physics, has been associated with the acquisition of knowledge with a particular emphasis on problem solving, as an activity that brings students closer to the methodology and meaningful learning of science. However, problem solving is perhaps one of the sources of failure in physics teaching, which requires a careful analysis of this didactic activity. Therefore, the aim of this work is to analyze the development of students’ problem-solving skills in a physics course. An analysis is presented using the quasi-experimental method through the application of a pre-test – post-test, for which a methodological intervention was used based on the problem-solving competence, which focused on identifying errors and difficulties by the students themselves and thus favoring the learning and development of this competence, which allowed the academic progress of the students to be analyzed. It is concluded that the intervention supported by problem solving improves students’ performance, in addition to the positive assessment they make of the process, as well as its influence on the change in pedagogical practice.

2022 ◽  
pp. 422-448
Isaak Papadopoulos

The research was developed and implemented to investigate the attitudes and views of both Greek and immigrant students with regard to performing translanguaging and its role in their communication, as well as in enhancing their intercultural awareness and sensitivity, in an attempt to explore whether translanguaging can lead to a successful inclusion of students with different linguistic and cultural backgrounds at school. To clarify it more, the research focused on investigating whether translanguaging improved and enhanced 1) students' interaction and 2) collaboration on joint projects/tasks within and outside the school context. The researcher made use of 1) semi-structured interviews with students, while 2) special observation protocols were used by the researcher to record authentic interaction and communication of students and teachers in practice and to explore trends towards raising intercultural awareness and sensitivity in environments that encourage translanguaging.

А.К. Орешкина

С позиции обобщенного методологического контекста феномена научных школ раскрыты системообразующие основания методологического наследия ученых Российской академии образования в современной теории и практике профессионального образования. Автор акцентирует внимание на актуальности методологического наследия научной школы академиков РАО С.Я. Батышева и А.М. Новикова «Профессиональная педагогика. Теория непрерывного образования». На основе системного подхода, анализа результатов научной деятельности А.М. Новикова -лидера научной школы в части прогнозирования инновационных процессов в отечественном образовании обосновывается значимость внедрения в педагогическую практику инноваций. Автор представляет методологическое наследие академика А.М. Новикова с позиции его актуальности для развития последующих поколений ученых в сфере наук об образовании. From the position of generalized methodological context of the phenomenon of scientific schools, the system-forming bases of methodological heritage of scientists of the Russian Academy of Education in modern theory and practice of professional education are revealed. The author focuses on the relevance of the methodological heritage of the scientific school of academicians RAO S.Y. Batyshev and A.M. Novikov "Professional pedagogy. Theory of Continuing Education". Based on the systematic approach, analysis of the results of scientific activity of A.M. Novikov - the leader of the scientific school in terms of forecasting of innovative processes in domestic education the significance of implementation in pedagogical practice of innovation is substantiated. The author presents methodological heritage of Academician A.M. Novikov from the position of its relevance for the development of subsequent generations of scientists in the field of education sciences.

2021 ◽  
Vol 15 (58) ◽  
pp. 687-697
Marluce Iraneide Da Silva ◽  
Aurênia Pereira de França ◽  
Aurelania Maria De Carvalho Menezes

Resumo: Este estudo tem como principal objetivo compreender a relevância da contação de histórias durante o processo do ensino e aprendizagem das crianças na etapa da Educação Infantil. Como objetivos específicos procurou: identificar de que forma a contação de história na educação infantil contribui para o desenvolvimento da criança no âmbito escolar; entender que a contação de histórias pode proporcionar às crianças o desenvolvimento do seu imaginário e suas possibilidades de forma ampla e significativa, através de experiências durante toda a vida e identificar os saberes necessárias no fazer pedagógico da contação de histórias na educação infantil. A metodologia adotada foi de forma bibliográfica, descritiva de uma abordagem qualitativa, fundamentado em estudo documental. O aporte teórico foi composto por Abramovich (1997), Faria (2010), Amarilha (1997), Cavalcanti (2002), Cardoso (2016), Silva (2014) entre outros. Espera-se dessa forma contribuir para um relacionamento lúdico e prazeroso da criança com a contação de histórias que tem uma das possibilidades de formação do leitor, sendo na exploração da fantasia e da imaginação que se instiga a criatividade e se fortalece a interação entre texto e leitor, fatores significativos para os processos de ensino/aprendizagem. Palavras-Chave: Contação de histórias. Ensino/aprendizagem. Família e Escola. Prática pedagógica. ---Abstract: This study aims to understand the relevance of storytelling during the teaching and learning process of children in the Early Childhood Education stage. As specific objectives, it sought to: identify how storytelling in early childhood education contributes to the child's development in the school environment; understand that storytelling can provide children with the development of their imagination and its possibilities in a broad and meaningful way, through lifelong experiences and identify the necessary knowledge in the pedagogical practice of storytelling in early childhood education. The methodology adopted was bibliographical, descriptive of a qualitative approach, based on a documentary study. The theoretical contribution was composed by Abramovich (1997), Faria (2010), Amarilha (1997), Cavalcanti (2002), Cardoso (2016), Silva (2014) among others. It is expected in this way to contribute to a playful and pleasurable relationship for the child with storytelling, which has one of the possibilities of educating the reader, being the exploration of fantasy and imagination that instigates creativity and strengthens the interaction between text and reader, significant factors for the teaching/learning processes. Keywords: Storytelling. Teaching/learning. Family and School. Pedagogical practice. 

2021 ◽  
Vol VI (IV) ◽  
pp. 24-33
Sadia Khalid ◽  
Mumtaz Akhter

The concept of self-efficacy was developed initially by Albert Bandura and has been defined as the personal belief that one can perform appropriately and effectively to attain specific goals related to any field. Self efficacy is a self-system that controls all our activities, including appropriate professional knowledge and skills.Teachers' self-efficacy is the belief that teachers have about their abilities and skills as educators. Both on an individualized and collective scale, teachers' efficacy is one of the strongest predictors of student engagement. This study explored the effect of teachers' self-efficacy and instructional strategies on students' engagement at the secondary school level in Punjab. So, the teachers with relatively higher self-efficacy would have extraordinary ability to engage students with the material, pedagogical practice, and control of the classroom environment. The study followed the causal-comparative research design that attempted to find relationships between independent and dependent variables. The researcher developed the questionnaire by herself, consisting of 60 items in total. The questionnaire sample comprised 1250 secondary school teachers from Punjab. Quantitative data on teachers' self efficacy was determined by computing the means of the TSES items. In addition to descriptive statistics, one-way ANOVA and multiple linear regression were used. This study may be helpful in future studies and teacher educators to understand teachers' sense of efficacy beliefs, which influence the teaching behaviors of the teachers in the classroom and students' engagement.

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