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Atyrau, Kazakhstan

Kulmagambetova S.S.,West Kazakhstan State University | Iskindirova S.K.,Aktobe Regional State University | Kazhiakparova Z.S.,West Kazakhstan Innovative Technological University | Bainiyeva K.T.,Atyrau State University | Pandya C.,Divine Culture University
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The present rapid technological progress and the post-crisis period determine the increasing demand for revision of existing concepts and strategies aimed at maintaining global development. This article describes pedagogical technologies, indicates the need to reform the outdated education systems or to reject them completely in order to improve productivity of students. The authors provided a comparative analysis of pedagogical technologies used in higher educational institutions, their strengths, weaknesses and development prospects. The study considered the approaches suggested by domestic and foreign researchers, clarified definitions, classification, typology, as well as specific features and setbacks of pedagogical technologies. The authors developed a training system, which implies direct involvement of each student into the learning process. The study specified the purpose of learning, which implied development of student creative abilities to get new experience. The authors proposed substitution of "authoritarian" relations between the student and the teacher for "partnerships" that could improve their relationship, mutual understanding and general efficiency. Comparison of pedagogical technologies provides their detailed description, the ability to select the most appropriate methods and approaches based on the requirements of relevant disciplines that will meet the highest quality standards for students and teachers. © Kulmagambetova et al.

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Tashkeyeva G.,Al-Farabi Kazakh National University | Abykanova B.,Atyrau State University | Idrissov S.,Atyrau State University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

The process of intensification of creative activity can rightfully be considered as a means of engaging students into intense creative activity, presenting purpose-modeled training cases and tasks by performing which trainees can increase the level of their creativity. Educational environment aimed at intensification of students' creative activity and based on interactive educational forms, methods, means and techniques, encourage students to improve their knowledge and skills to work with sources of information, wisely arrange communication with participants of pedagogical process and form an ability to solve various problems.

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