Innovation Technologies in Student’s Independent Activity and Creativity Development: The Case of Medical Education

Nurila Maltabarova, Alexey Kokoshko, Aigul Abduldayeva, Nasrulla Shanazarov, Galiya Smailova

Abstract


Adaptive learning technologies, applied with supportive symbols and signals allow developing the subject and communicative competencies, as well as shaping the creative abilities of students. This article provides the assessment criteria for preliminary, formative, midpoint and summative assessments. This article substantiates the hypothesis on improving the Emergency Medical Service student’s independent performance at the stage of supportive notes introduction. Methodology is original as it contains the following method: students are the one to write notes as an effective means of independent activity organization. Besides, this method can be useful as an alternative recording technique. Accordingly, innovation-driven education (in our case, independent learning and skills developing for quality outcomes) is one of the main components of the teaching and learning process. The statistics have revealed that students gain better subject knowledge through this learning technology.

Keywords


innovation education; creative abilities; supportive symbol; supportive note; pre-course activity

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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