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Engineering and Educational Technologies. Quarterly theoretical and practical journal [Online journal].
– Kremenchuk: KrNU, 2017. – № 1 (17). – 66 p.
– Available at: http://eetecs.kdu.edu.ua

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Development and Application of Pedagogical Science Achievements at Educational Practice

FEASIBILITY OF THE USE OF INTEGRATED MONITORING FUNCTIONALITY OF STUDENTS INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION  
Samokysh I.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Based on the analysis of scientific and methodical literature, it was found that in the educational process of physical education in higher education as a student monitoring features are mainly used for testing of physical fitness. Also there is a use in the evaluation of the functionality of functional tests and tests using the metered dose of physical activity in order to determine physical performance. In the light of the published data is visible controversial opinions in determining the functionality with teaching (physical fitness) and biological (functional tests) tests through certain inaccuracies in the results obtained. In our opinion, using the methodology for determining the functionality of using physical activity to power change in a closed cycle and specific tests for physical fitness, you can give a comprehensive, more accurate and versatile evaluation of the level of functional capabilities of students.

Key words: physical fitness, physical performance, functionality, dosed physical load, functional test.

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THE SYSTEM OF RELATIONS BETWEEN TEACHERS AND STUDENTS AS THE FACTOR OF FORMATION OF THE FUTURE EXPERT  
Babaryka M.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

The article presents the analysis of the experimental part of the study to verify the effectiveness of the developed pedagogical system of formation of professional competence in the system of interaction of teachers and students as the factor of formation of future specialists. Disclosed is the course of pedagogical experiment on ascertaining, forming and control stages. The experiment was made on the whole system with such structural components: the subject and the object of pedagogical influence, their shared activities, learning objectives and means of pedagogical communication. The level of efficiency of educational activity of future electricians determined the main provisions of the student-oriented pedagogy in relation to the objectives of the entity, the principles and technologies of the educational process, representation of the psychological structure of activity and factors of effective student learning.

In the article parameters and levels (very low, low, medium, high and very high) of professional-personal qualities of future specialists. Describes the methods and presents the results of research of professional-personal qualities of future specialists.

Key words: interaction, system, the subject and the object of pedagogical influence, personal and professional qualities of pedagogical communication.

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4. Luzik, E. (2006), "Creativity as a Quality Criterion in the System of Training Specialists in Higher Educational Institutions of Ukraine", Higher education of Ukraine, no. 3, pp. 76-82. [in Ukrainian]

THE RESEARCH OF FORMATION THE PROFESSIONAL AND ETHICAL FEATURES OF FUTURE ENGINEERS  
Rykova O.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

The criteria (cognitive-semantic, motivational and activity and communicative personality), indexes and levels (low, medium and high) of professional and ethical features of future engineers are described in the article. The methods and the results of research professional and ethical features of future specialists are present in the article. The analysis of the survey results made it possible conclusion about the prevalence middle level of formation of professional and ethical features for all criteria among students. The results of the research indicate a lower level of activity-motivational criteria of professional and ethical features of the future engineer than cognitive-semantic level. The highest rates are in the development of communicative and personal criteria of professional and ethical features of the future engineer.

Key words: professional and ethical features, cognitive-semantic criteria, motivation and activity criteria, communicative personality criteria.

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2. Mihnenko, G.E. (2016), "Formation intellectual mobility of future engineers in the conditions of the educational environment Technical University", Avtoref. dys. ... kand. ped. nauk ... Starobilsk. [in Ukrainian]

3. Fedortsova, O.G. (2016), "Formation of cultural competence of Energy Engineers in the study of humanities", Avtoref. dys. ... kand. ped. nauk, spec. 13.00.04 – Teoriya ta metodyka profesiynoi osvity, Zhytomyr. [in Ukrainian]

MORAL IMPERATIVES FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION  
Potapiuk L., Potapiuk I.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

The article deals with theoretical aspects of the problem of moral imperatives for the improvement of higher education. Particular attention is drawn to the purpose of higher education institutions. The main tasks of the academic community (the promotion of ethical and moral values in society, the proliferation of academic honesty and the struggle for its implementation in the everyday life of the University) are allocated. The effectiveness of education and quality of research work depends on the main values of healthy academic environment. The need for the development and implementation at the university national codes of ethics and rules, developed infrastructure of international and national organizations, access to the leading global digital library in the field of ethics, respect for reasoned opinions, solidarity for fair treatment of international partners, the open dissemination of information.

Keywords: academic virtue, higher education, academic community, moral imperative, moral values.

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Information and Communication Technologies at Education

INFORMATION AND ANALYTICAL SKILLS FORMATION OF PROSPECTIVE PRIMARY FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS IN THE CONTEXT OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AT THE UNIVERSITY: PRINCIPLES  
Karpenko Ye.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

This article deals with the principles of formation of information and analytical skills in the context of prospective primary foreign language teachers’ training, according to innovative educational trends. The basis of the reform of the system of prospective primary foreign language teachers’ training are target priorities: a focus on the process of search for information and incorporating it into their own system of professional knowledge and skills. Therefore, the ability to work effectively with information, processing and use it in educational and vocational activities is an actual. The author analyzes the concept of information and analytical skills of prospective primary foreign language teachers and offers the principles for their formation in the context of their professional training.

Key words: information and analytical skills, principles formation of information and analytical skills.

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Engineering Information Technologies and Systems

APPLICATION OF DYNAMIC MODELING FOR OPTIMIZATION BLANKING VIBRATION STRUCTURES AND FACILITIES  
Lepihov O., Khrypko S.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

The problem of sustainability of structures and facilities is one of the urgent problems of modern art. Indeed, the operation of vehicles, lifting equipment, as well as a second object dictates the need for improving the design of lifting equipment, which would be resistant to shock loads.

This article focuses on the approach to the assessment of the dynamic stability of many constructions: cranes, farms, bridges, vehicles, which makes it possible to analyze the results of practical calculations and measurements.

Under the positive results of the evaluation of stability here we mean the exclusion of machinery accident, structures and parts thereof, with the exception of occurrence of plastic deformation in the bearing (calculated) structural elements, which could lead it inoperable.

Therefore there is a need for mathematical modeling for the graphical representation of the dynamics of the behavior of structures as the bodies of the system. Mathematical modeling of motion of the system bodies to determine their rational from the point of view of stability, reliability and safety critical design elements.

In this paper we developed a program for simulation of dynamic friction cushioning fluctuations in two-mass systems. To develop the package MATLAB Simulink was chosen. It has a wide available for programming, MATLAB Simulink at the same time has a preference for the speed in modeling of dynamic processes in the construction and engineering industry, which certainly makes it one of the best for the development of structures and mechanisms simulation programs. Created program allows you to display and select the best data on the movement, change of speed and acceleration of the masses in the application of the forces of internal friction for the amortization of the negative vibrations in the structure.

Keywords: mathematical modeling, structural dynamics, vibration damping, MATLAB.

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