THE PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS OF EFFECTIVE LEARNING ACTIVITY OF THE APPLICANTS FOR THE SECOND (MASTER’S) LEVEL OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Keywords:condition, pedagogical condition, activity, learning activity, applicant for higher education, effectiveness of learning activity
The article analyzes the basic concepts of "condition", "pedagogical condition", "condition-reason", "condition-circumstance", "condition-factor", "efficiency", "pedagogical conditions", "activity", "educational activity", "higher education seeker (applicant for higher education)" and the relationship and interdependence of these concepts.
The main pedagogical conditions that affect the educational activities of applicants for higher education of the second (master's) level are identified and characterized.
The results of theoretical and empirical research of each pedagogical condition are presented (positive motivation to study; rapid adaptation in higher education environment; availability of pedagogical abilities; propensity for future professional activity (to the chosen profession); level of preparation for higher education; efficiency, purposefulness, availability of individual and creative opportunities, social activity, interaction with the team and others.
Different points of view of scientists are considered in order to determine the pedagogical conditions: the first one identifies pedagogical conditions as a set of any measures of pedagogical influence and opportunities of the material and spatial environment; as a set of activities, content, methods and organizational forms of teaching and education; the second position is occupied by researchers who link pedagogical conditions with the construction of a pedagogical system that reflects a set of internal (which ensure the personal development of educational subjects) and external (contributing to the procedural aspect of the system) elements that ensure its effective functioning and further development.
Methods of research of pedagogical conditions are characterized and results of research, their quantitative and qualitative analysis are given.
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