Engineering and Educational Technologies. Kremenchuk : KrNU, 2018. Vol. 6. No. 4. 81 p.
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Formation of teachers' readiness to project activities in the conditions of scientific-methodic work general learning educational institutions  
Zhile L. (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The article defines the main directions of forming the readiness of teachers-philologists for the project activity. There are various ways to solve this problem, but first and foremost, through the effective organization of scientific and methodological work of a comprehensive educational institution. The main purpose of using the method of projects in teaching foreign languages is the effective formation of communicative competence among students with different levels of training and the speed of perception of information. And also the formation of information competence, which manifests itself in the ability to independently work with the reference literature and find the right information from various fields of knowledge. Another important area of project activity is the socialization of the individual in the lessons of a foreign language, which takes place through involvement in the culture of other peoples, communication in a foreign environment in the process of project implementation. During the academic year, a library of works was presented that were presented at the "Festival of Projects" during the English Week. In order for students to be fully involved in the project activity, our school has become an active participant in the international eTwinning Plus curriculum. Therefore, the readiness for the project activity is determined by a number of factors, the most important of which is the system of methods and objectives of the project activity, the availability of professional knowledge and skills, the direct inclusion of the individual in the project activity. The development and implementation of the model for forming the readiness of teachers for the project activity in the conditions of scientific and methodological work of a comprehensive educational institution will improve the process of preparation itself, making it organized and structured, will provide an increase in the professional competence of teachers.

Key words: project activity, scientific methodical work, general educational institution.

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Qualification evaluation of the results of teachers` professional development which work in the professional (vocational) education institutions  
Sysko N.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The author of this article considers the problem of qualification evaluation of the results of teachers` professional development which work in the professional (vocational) education institutions. It was analyzed that the procedure of attestation of pedagogical workers is normalized. It was established that in 1993 and in 2010, by the orders of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the Model Regulations for the certification of pedagogical workers were approved. Comparison of qualification requirements for dynamics teachers, which are specified in the Model Regulations. The algorithm of attestation procedure is presented. It was established that with the change of socio-economic conditions qualification requirements for teachers of professional (vocational) education institutions were changed in our country. It is revealed that the certification criteria apply to teachers of all types of educational institutions: pre-school, school, vocational and higher education institutions of the I-II level of accreditation. It was emphasized that at this stage of education reform in Ukraine a new form of independent external evaluation of professional competence of teachers is emerging - certification. It was emphasized that it is important to study the positive international experience regarding the certification of teachers and their consideration when developing the Regulations on the certification of Ukrainian pedagogical staff. It has been established that at the transitional stage, the certification procedure will be voluntary. The comprehensive assessment of the teachers` professional competence at the national level is planned to be carried out by the Ukrainian Center for Education Quality Assessment through external independent evaluation (testing) and at the regional level by studying the experience gained. It is emphasized that vocational education is a more complex educational system, because it is directly related to production, the teacher of the professional (vocational) education institutions should have full knowledge of the psychological and pedagogical component of professional activity, and have a high level of technological and production skills. It is emphasized that qualification assessment is a separate important component of the system of continuous professional development. It has been established that the qualification of teachers of the professional (vocational) education institutions requires the development of a special tool that would correspond to the profile of the teacher's professional and pedagogical activity, which is determined by the prospect of further exploration.

Key words: professional development, qualification assessment, attestation, certification, teacher, institution of professional (vocational) education.

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Methods of the competence card application  
Bychkovskyi V., Reutska Yu. (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The methodology, which provides for the integrated use of the competency map and evaluation of personnel based on quality indicators is considered in this work. The expedient sequence of using competency maps of general and vocational directions is given. The features of the use of the competency map and its analogue in the form of a performance assessment chart have been analyzed. The need to use standardized indicators to ensure quantitative analysis is established. The procedure of multi-stage use of the competency map with the ranking of individual competencies and with additional verification of the obtained results is shown. The expertise methodology at each of the comparison stages of the ideal and real competency cards is reviewed. A comparative analysis of the ideal and realistic competence maps is considered. The method of estimating the value of the development area, which involves the use of relative quantities, is proposed. The quota system, which is based on ranking of results, distribution of assessments and the ratio between quotas and relative values of human development areas, has been formulated. In the process of conducting experimental studies identified the best, worst and average relative values of the areas of development. A procedure for the final determination of the relative values of the development area, based on additional verification of the results with the greatest deviations, is shown. On the basis of experimental data typical ranges of relative values of areas of development are defined. The comparative analysis of the results obtained at the various stages of the assessment of the personnel has been completed. The prediction model of transition from lower to higher level of competence is proposed. The regularity of the change in the relative error is determined depending on the initial condition, the potentially possible minimum value of the error, the individual personality characteristics and the studying time. The time required to go from the lowest competence level to the highest competence level is established. The relationship between the personal characteristics of the individual, the studying time and the studying effectiveness is determined.

Key words: evaluation of personnel, competency map, quantitative characteristics, self-examination, development forecasting.

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Modern trends for higher education in Ukraine  
Voloshinov S., Osadchyi V., Osadcha K.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The current global trends are analyzed on paper in education with order to identify the main trends of higher education in Ukraine. There are known that fast-changing information society one of its main features is uncertainty today's. There are taking into account the current trends in the educational development and information technologies in planning the work of higher education institutions will determine the development directions of higher education in Ukraine. The analysis of foreign scientific articles and studies allowed to highlight the key trends in the higher education development, which should lead to transformations in Ukraine: the impact of information and communication technology leads to further improvement of material and technical, and educational, and methodological provision of HEI and transformation of approaches for teaching and learning; attention to the quality of education prompts to the search for certification mechanisms and the integration of national quality assurance schemes at the international level; coordinating the universities role as institutions of culture and the commercialization needs of higher education requires coordinating local needs and priorities, taking into account standards, practices and expectations at the national and international levels; the era of the information society and increasing the role of relevant data lead to a constant analysis of the work to the law enforcement in conditions of uncertainty and rapid change in order to make managerial and strategic decisions;  necessary to increase human resource capacities urges the introduction of policies to encourage and promote an interdisciplinary approach in higher education, mainly in the area of research, training and implementation of educational programs; it is important to pay attention for accelerating the implementation of educational technologies in higher education, in particular new solutions for mixed learning, a culture of innovation, study spaces redevelopment, immersed teaching methods, a collective approach for learning, open educational resources, cooperation between institutions of higher education; international practice of the educational services concept encourages the implementation and the diversification for educational programs to formal and informal education.

Key words: higher education, trends, educational technologies, information technologies.

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Pedagogical conditions for training of future ship engineers in the process of English for specific purpose learning  
Yurzhenko A.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The article describes and analyzes the pedagogical conditions of forming the communicative competence of future ship engineers. Analysis of literary sources shows that the problem of determining the pedagogical conditions for the training of future ship engineers in the process of studying the English language for professional purpose becomes of particular importance. In our study, pedagogical conditions that most effectively influence the formation of ship engineers' readiness are identified and characterized in the article, namely: provision of positive motivation of cadets to study activities in the process of studying the English language for professional purpose; the introduction of a gamification approach (the use of game techniques in a non-gaming environment to obtain certain results, in our case - the acquisition of communicative competence) in the system of training future ship engineers by means of the information and communication pedagogical environment (platform MOODLE); development and implementation of the author's interactive electronic teaching-methodical complex of the discipline "English language for professional purpose". In order to determine the optimal pedagogical conditions for professional training of future ship engineers in the process of studying English was taken into account the specificity of learning (selection and systematization of the content of educational material, interest in teaching and professional activities, the ability of cadets to study - the features of thinking, memory, etc.). Positive motivation will encourage cadets to develop their desire to study and to find satisfaction in the learning process. The introduction of a gamification approach to learning will help to break out learning games and game techniques (tournament tables, game exercises, badges, quests, progression loops, etc.). Implementation of the author's interactive electronic teaching and learning complex of the discipline "English for professional purpose" will facilitate the formation of future English engineers’ communicative competency for performing professional tasks on board a vessel. In order to achieve the goal, we consider it expedient to use the latest technologies, including the MOODLE distance learning platform, the gamification approach, the systems of blended learning and the communicative approach.

Key words: communicative competence, gamification approach, LMS MOODLE, English for professional purpose, ship engineers.

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Quality assurance system for professional training of future programmers in the Ukrainian higher educational institutions  
Kruglik V.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The article raises the problem of ensuring the quality of theoretical and practical training of future software engineers for professional activities in the process of their training in institutions of higher education. The author has analyzed the provisions on the system of internal quality assurance of higher education, operating in selected domestic universities. This made it possible to identify the main activities that should be carried out in order to ensure the quality of higher education at the level of educational institutions. On this basis, and taking into account our own experience, areas of activity to ensure the quality of professional training of future software engineers have been proposed. For each of these areas, goals are defined; performers; quality indicators that are subject to adjustment; system of measures. The purpose of a systematic revision of educational programs is to ensure compliance between the content of educational programs, the forms used, the methods and means of education, the current state of the IT industry, the needs of the labor market, and the needs of students. The purpose of evaluating future software engineers is to obtain relevant information about the quality of educational activities within each discipline and educational program to identify problem areas and measures to eliminate them. The aim of ensuring the quality of the teaching staff is to form a team of competent, motivated professionals who provide training for highly qualified specialists. The purpose of practical training at enterprises is to form practical experience of future software engineers in the real production process of the IT industry. The purpose of measures to provide the necessary resources for the organization of the educational process is to create an educational environment for the effective training of future software engineers. The toolkit that is appropriate to use in the implementation of measures to ensure the quality of higher education of future software engineers (professional communications; reputation and social quality control, knowledge control system; autonomy and scientific freedom; evaluation; rating; quality audit; motivation; knowledge management; defect free concept, quality management instructions, etc.).

Key words: quality of education, future engineer-programmer, professional training, higher educational institution.

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University-Led Routes of Initial Teacher Training in Great Britain  
Dernova M., Perevozniuk V.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

Abstract. The paper studies the modern system of initial teacher training (ITT) in the UK, which is quite diversified due to the large number of educational programs leading to awarding the qualified teacher status (QTS). On the macro level, the authors identify three main trajectories of ITT for primary and secondary schools, in particular: university-led, school-led and school-HE-led. On the micro level, the authors explore the university-led ITT, which offers educational programs at the first and second levels of teacher training, in particular: BEd, BA and BSc programs, BA and BSc with opt-in QTS, PGCE/PGDE programmes, subject conversion PGCE and integrated Master with opt-in QTS. The paper also presents requirements for admission to the first and second level programs. The analysis of British universities' teacher training programs has also allowed to identify three types of flexible ITT programs at the second level, among them are flexible, part-time and distance programs for PGCE/PGDE. It is noted that for those people over the age of 21 years and those who apply for one of the flexible  programs, there is a system of recognition of previous learning and experience. Analysing Ukrainian and foreign studies in British ITT the authors have found that various aspects of the problem were payed attention to, but the current ITT programs, which have appeared in the last few years, were not discussed, since the British education system is constantly transforming to meet changing needs of society. The study results in refining the modern ITT university-led trajectory in the UK. Under the refinement the authors suggest newly introduced opt-in QTS programmes (BA and BSc opt-in QTS, MA opt-in QTS) to be included in ITT university-led trajectory.

Key words: ITT, QTS, university-led teacher training, integrated Master.

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