The Formation of Self-Organizational Skills of Student’s Academic Activity on the Basis of ‘Time Management’ Technology

Yelena Agranovich, Amina Amirova, Larissa Ageyeva, Larissa Lebedeva, Sholpan Aldibekova, Elmira Uaidullakyzy

Abstract


This article is devoted to the study of self-organisational academic activity of future teachers of primary schools. The purpose of this study is to provide a theoretical basis and methodological support for the self-organisation of the educational activities of a future teacher of primary education based on the time management technology. The study describes theoretical and practical principles of self-organisation academic activity of bachelor students, examines the different approaches of scientists to the concept of ‘self-organisational academic activity’, given the characteristics of this phenomenon from the point of view of pedagogical science, including functions, components of this phenomenon; considered the pedagogical possibilities of technology ‘Time management’ in self-organisation of educational activity of future teachers. The ‘Time management’ technology is presented as the organisation of bachelor student’s life aimed for the most rational planning of the learning process and professional development. The theoretical studies are confirmed by experimental research related to the diagnostic and improvement skills of future elementary school teachers’ self-organisation. On the basis of theoretical, empirical research methods, as well as methods of statistical processing of research results, the results of a search study of students’ self-organisation are presented. The presented experimental results show the feasibility of using a variety of time-management technology tools in training sessions in the process of preparing specialists.

Keywords


self-organisation, educational activities, time management, educational pro-cess, University, teacher training, budget, technology

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