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Title: Experience in use of project method during technology lessons in secondary schools of the USA
Authors: Sheludko, I.
Keywords: education system;technology;teaching experience;educational process;project method;creative project
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Khmelnytskyi National University
Citation: Sheludko I. Experience in use of project method during technology lessons in secondary schools of the USA / I. Sheludko // Comparative Professional Pedagogy. – 2015. – Vol. 5, Iss. 3. – P. 70-74.
Abstract: The article examines the opportunities and prospects for the use of experience of project method during “technology lessons” in US secondary schools, since the value of project technology implementation experience into the educational process in the USA for ensuring holistic development of children, preparing them for adult life, in which they will be able to realize themselves and benefit society, seems undeniable to improve the quality of Ukrainian education. Its structure and content accorded with national traditions and European standards have made possible the success of educational components of American secondary school. This encourages national scientists and teachers to identify and scientifically justify the ways how to use scientific achievements of American educational system. Given the above, we have defined the following objectives: to summarize progressive trends and innovative approaches to the quality training of students in national secondary schools; to formulate guidelines that will improve the efficiency of training Ukrainian students during technology lessons and as a result, will provide the successful integration of the national education system into the European educational space.
Content type: Стаття
Appears in Collections:ППП - 2015 рік

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