International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education

Pedagogical Research Methods of Training in Higher Educational Establishments: A Comparative Analysis
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2016 - Volume 11 Issue 9, pp. 3221-3232
  • Published Online: 03 Nov 2016
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Reference: Ponomarenko YV, Kenzhebekova RI, Yessaliyev AA, et al. Pedagogical Research Methods of Training in Higher Educational Establishments: A Comparative Analysis. Int Elect J Math Ed. 2016;11(9), 3221-3232.
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Reference: Ponomarenko, Y. V., Kenzhebekova, R. I., Yessaliyev, A. A., Moldabek, K., Larchenkova, L. A., Dairbekov, S. S., & Jumagulova, G. (2016). Pedagogical Research Methods of Training in Higher Educational Establishments: A Comparative Analysis. International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 11(9), 3221-3232.
Chicago
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Reference: Ponomarenko, Yelena V., Rabiga I. Kenzhebekova, Aidarbek A. Yessaliyev, Kulahmet Moldabek, Liudmila A. Larchenkova, Serik S. Dairbekov, and Gulnara Jumagulova. "Pedagogical Research Methods of Training in Higher Educational Establishments: A Comparative Analysis". International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education 2016 11 no. 9 (2016): 3221-3232.
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Reference: Ponomarenko, Y. V., Kenzhebekova, R. I., Yessaliyev, A. A., Moldabek, K., Larchenkova, L. A., Dairbekov, S. S., and Jumagulova, G. (2016). Pedagogical Research Methods of Training in Higher Educational Establishments: A Comparative Analysis. International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 11(9), pp. 3221-3232.
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Reference: Ponomarenko, Yelena V. et al. "Pedagogical Research Methods of Training in Higher Educational Establishments: A Comparative Analysis". International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, vol. 11, no. 9, 2016, pp. 3221-3232.
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Reference: Ponomarenko YV, Kenzhebekova RI, Yessaliyev AA, Moldabek K, Larchenkova LA, Dairbekov SS, et al. Pedagogical Research Methods of Training in Higher Educational Establishments: A Comparative Analysis. Int Elect J Math Ed. 2016;11(9):3221-32.

Abstract

Competent professionals’ preparation is a priority objective and purpose of modern education. The problem is that there is a constant change of educational paradigms in developing countries. That hinders formation of an integrated methodology system for individual subjects, which takes into account their specific features. The article analyzes the main teaching methods, shows cause-and-effect linkage. The article proves that paying attention on one particular teaching method and ignoring others creates difficulties in students’ comprehensive understanding of the subject. As a result, students can learn the material only to extent the chosen method can provide. The paper also carried professionals’ experience generalization in considered issues, conducted interviews with students, in which they gave an assessment of educational program and personal training; statistical survey data are presented in results. Thus, it is necessary to develop methodology system for each subject that will have the greatest explanatory potential to obtain a comprehensive knowledge of the subject and to form students’ competence. This article may serve as a theoretical source for future academic lesson plans’ formation for higher educational establishments.

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