Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2016, Volume: 9, Issue: 21, Pages: 1-8
Lidia Gennadievna Shestakova, Yekaterina Anatolievna Kharitonova and Tatiana Vasilievna Rikhter*
Perm State National Research University, Solikamsk State Pedagogical Institute, [email protected]
*Author For Correspondence
Tatiana Vasilievna Rikhter
Perm State National Research University
Background/Objective: The article is aimed at analyzing the effect of assessing activity of pedagogical college students on increasing study activation. Methods: The findings are based on the analysis of the scholarly academic studies. A questionnaire survey was applied to identify the impact of the assessing activity of students on the improvement of their study activation level. Findings: Assessing skills of future teachers within the Federal State College Educational Standard have been identified; various points of view to determine the concept of activation have been considered, students’ assessing activity as an effective activation means and its aspects, subject matter and stages have been reviewed. Based on the analysis of the results of theoretical and experimental work the main assessing management tools have been distinguished, such as: self-assessment and peer assessment, forms of educational work have been correlated with students’ assessment activities. Carried out experimental work has enabled to identify the conditions under which the use of self-assessment and peer assessment will be effective for activating an educational process. Types of training activity have been related to student’s activity. A role of assessing activity of pedagogical college students has been defined. An analysis to determine the effect of assessing activity of students on increasing activation has been performed. Applications/Improvement: The scientific novelty of the research lies in identification of assessing skills of the future teachers within the FSCES, determination of the main assessing management tools as a means of enhancing the educational process in high school, correlation of forms of educational work with the students’ assessing activities.
Keywords: Activation, Self-Assessment, Students’ Assessing Activity
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