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«European Journal of Contemporary Education»
(Европейский журнал современного образования) – международный двуязычный научный журнал.

E-ISSN 2305-6746
Периодичность – 1 раз в 3 месяца.
Издается с 2012 года.

Number 1. (in 1 part) September 23, 2014

1. Patient Guedenon, Bertille Akigbe Dehoumon, Yves S. M. da Conceiçao
Contribution to the Improvement of Class Teaching of Life and Earth Sciences Through the use of Audio-Visual Materials at Pylone High School (Benin)

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 140-148.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.9.140CrossRef

This study showed that documents used for learning at high school are made up texts and images and those documents in contrast to audio-video materials did not stimulate the students.

URL: http://ejournal1.com/journals_n/1411972292.pdf
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2. Lejla Kargić, Mersid Poturak
Factors That Influence State or Private University Selection

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 149-159.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.9.149CrossRef

Selection of the university is one of the most important life decisions among young people. With a continually rising assortment of educational options, future students look for institutions that will provide them a distinctive educational knowledge that they will keep in their minds for a lifetime. Also, students usually seek an educational program that will prepare them for a successful profession and that will provide them profitable employment. A lot of different factors heavily impact the decision whether to choose state university or a private one. This paper is focused on examining those factors, such as curriculum, quality and number of the staff, facilities, equipment, language of instruction, payments and fees and many others. Data for this study were collected though surveys of 303 examinees attending both private and state universities. The topic is important since the reasons why students choose one or the other option reveals a lot on their motives as well, which is, most often, extremely important for their development, quality and success, which is both a good indicator of the present quality and can influence the future representation of the university itself and, more important, heavily affects the quality of the society in general. The results of the survey can also help these institutions understand their strengths and weaknesses develop better marketing strategies, provide better conditions to their students and develop a constructive competition between these two types of institutions.

URL: http://ejournal1.com/journals_n/1411972379.pdf
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3. Elena N. Katysheva
Overcoming Deformations of the Legal Consciousness of Teenagers through the Medium of Teaching Humanities Subjects

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 160-167.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.9.160CrossRef

This article proposes a model for teaching humanities subjects, which is oriented towards overcoming deformations of the legal consciousness of teenagers. The author provides a description of the model’s aims, content, stages, and procedural characteristics. The author views the learning process as the opportunity to forestall illicit behavior by the underage.

URL: http://ejournal1.com/journals_n/1411972434.pdf
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4. Valentina V. Krylova
The Value and Purport of Pedagogical Deeds: the Dialectics of Fusion

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 168-174.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.9.168CrossRef

This article examines the term “deed” within various areas of science, which provides a productive opportunity for analysis in determining the essential attributes of pedagogical deeds and determining their phase structure. The author comes to the conclusion that pedagogical deeds are a key element of the entire educational process and have their own ideology, methodology, and technology.

URL: http://ejournal1.com/journals_n/1411972488.pdf
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5. Elena Semenikhina, Marina Drushlyak
Computer Mathematical Tools: Practical Experience of Learning to use them

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 175-183.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.9.175CrossRef

The article contains general information about the use of specialized mathematics software in the preparation of math teachers. The authors indicate the reasons to study the mathematics software. In particular, they analyze the possibility of presenting basic mathematical courses using mathematical computer tools from both a teacher and a student, argue in favour of using software instead of traditional paper-and-board style. The special course of the study of mathematics software (main tasks of the course are disclosed; knowledge and skills that students should possess on completion of their studies are dedicated; content of computer workshop is detailed) is briefly described. Also the authors give a detailed solution and its methodic basis of typical problem with the use of the SCM Maple. The typical errors which made by students in the use of specialized mathematics packages are characterized. Author’s own experience of teaching computer workshop of the study of mathematical computer tools by the students of Sumy State Pedagogical Makarenko University is presented and analyzed.

URL: http://ejournal1.com/journals_n/1411972565.pdf
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6. Tat'yana V. Ukolova
Assessing Teachers’ Readiness for Culturological Interpretation in Teaching Senior High-School Students Humanities Subjects

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 184-192.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.9.184CrossRef

This article addresses the importance and necessity of cultivating in teachers a readiness to use the instrumentarium of culturological interpretation in the practice of teaching humanities subjects to senior high-school students. Culturological interpretation is viewed as a crucial technological element in the practice of teaching humanities subjects at school.

URL: http://ejournal1.com/journals_n/1411972618.pdf
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7. Nataliya V. Zelenko, Grigory N. Zelenko
The Taxonomic Approach in Projecting the Results of Learning

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 193-200.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.9.193CrossRef

This article brings to light the essence of the taxonomic approach and the possibility of using it in projecting the results of learning. The authors propose a structural model for the results of teaching agrotechnology, which hierarchically orders the major academic elements. The authors come to the conclusion that developing and substantiating the taxonomic model for projecting and assessing results (through the example of the “Agrotechnology” section) helps boost the effectiveness of mastering the domain area of “Technology”.

URL: http://ejournal1.com/journals_n/1411972681.pdf
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