Teaching Internship in Math Teacher Education

Adilzada Sharzadin, Issatay Utebayev, Nazym Syzdykova, Bayan Shaushekova, Umitzhan Kossybayeva, Aidos Mukhatayev, Sayat Kurymbayev

Abstract


Given the current requirements for teaching internship, the issue of improving bachelor's preparation for math teachers may be considered relevant. Thus, the purpose of this research is to analyze the process of preparing bachelors majoring in math teaching within the system of higher education in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The existence of various programs and special courses on math teaching points to a high significance of specialist training for the current education system in Kazakhstan. Various advanced courses on math teaching were mainly aimed at improving the students’ results in final assessment in mathematics, as well as at developing their skills through teaching internships. A comparison we were made between modern teaching internship and the relevant experience in the 20th century. The students of Karaganda E.A. Buketov State University were offered to answer the questionnaire – the science and math test. Their answers were used as a basis for our analysis and conclusions. The share of students who have successfully completed educational programs in science and mathematics was 80%. The materials of this article can serve as a basis for further researches on the elaboration of industrial and teaching internship programs for various fields of bachelor’s preparation.

Keywords


Teaching Internship; Innovative Teacher; Methodology Improvement; Master-Class; New Technologies; Mathematics Education

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