pp. 3469-3475 | Article Number: iejme.2016.286
Published Online: November 25, 2016
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The present paper substantiates that the implementation of the educational process of the Bachelor’s program students should ensure achievement of new educational results, formulated on the basis of synthesis of competences and activities. Here we reveal the objective of estimating the educational results of Bachelor’s program students. We also characterize the forms and kinds of estimation of the students’ educational results considering the requirements of activity approach. We lay special emphasis on their didactical capabilities and suggest the estimation criteria. To substantiate the choice of forms and kinds of the students’ educational results estimation. The work is methodologically based on the activity approach. We suggested and analytically substantiated the forms and kinds of educational results of Bachelor’s program students. The conclusions and experience of implementation of the estimate means may be used in the institutions applying Bachelor’s programme.
Keywords: Bachelor’s programme; competency-based approach; educational results; competences; professional competence; estimate means; collection of estimate means
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