«European Journal of Contemporary Education» – international scientific Journal.

E-ISSN 2305-6746

Publication frequency – once in 3 months.
Issued from 2012.

Number 1. (in 1 part) March 15, 2014

1. Igor V. Mayev, Olga B. Dautova, Diana T. Dicheva, Dmitry N. Andreyev, Aleksandra Yu. Goncharenko, Yury A. Kucheryavy, Kseniya O. Aleksandrova
Stages in the Making of the Competence Approach and Its Significance to Teaching Medical Disciplines at Institutions of Higher Medical Learning

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(7), № 1, pp. 4-10.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.7.4CrossRef

This article examines the preconditions and origins of the competence approach and various approaches to apprehending the essence of competencies: personal, functional, and cognitive. The authors cover the major stages in the making of the competence approach at institutions of higher medical learning.

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2. Maiya K. Moisya
The Potential of Collegiate Relations between Instructors and Students in the Professional Making of Future Teachers

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(7), № 1, pp. 11-17.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.7.11CrossRef

This article examines collegiate relations between instructors and students at pedagogical colleges as an important condition for the professional making of future teachers. The author defines the essence of collegiate relations by bringing to light the structural components, attributes, and system of functions and provides a characterization of the principles of and stages in building this kind of relations.

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3. Elena N. Rozhnova
Assessing the Degree to which the Professional Qualities of a Midlevel Manager have been Formed

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(7), № 1, pp. 18-35.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.7.18CrossRef

This article brings forward a model for assessing the preparedness of mid-level specialists for managerial activity. The model has been developed in line with the professional standard for the “Manager of a Commercial (Non-Commercial) Organization” type of economic activity. The article provides an analysis of data obtained in the course of the experimental testing of the model.

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4. Vladimir I. Shapovalov
A Semantic Analysis of the Notion of Competitiveness of the Personality of a School Child

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(7), № 1, pp. 36-45.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.7.36CrossRef

To practically conceive the term “competitiveness” in pedagogical science, we need more than just its traditional definition – we need some kind of an explication, established at a general level, of the interrelationship between this notion and its components and other categories of the domain area. Based on a practice-oriented approach and inclusive of the concept of competitiveness of the personality of a student, the author develops a model for the psychological system of learning activity as a complex of various abilities, which by virtue of being determined by the internal potential of an individual and external needs of society acquires a new systemic quality – competitiveness.

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5. Ömer Faruk Sözcü, İsmail İpek
Rapid E-learning Development Strategies and a Multimedia Project Design Model

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(7), № 1, pp. 46-53.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.7.46CrossRef

The purpose of the study is to discuss e-learning design strategies which can be used for multimedia projects as a design model. Recent advances in instructional technologies have been found to be very important in the design of training courses by using rapid instructional design (ID) approaches. The approaches were developed to use in training and developing e-learning projects as well as multimedia design tools. For this reason, this paper will clarify the basic e-learning development techniques, such as ID processes, and the present innovative multimedia design models in addition to traditional instruction design models. In this approach, rapid course development techniques were presented and considered as other ways of e-learning design techniques, such as job training, rapid synchronous e-learning, rapid asynchronous e-learning and online learning with multimedia design models. In the literature, developments in and considerations of multimedia learning are scrutinized. To design effective, efficient and engaging multimedia learning environments, instructional and meaningful e-learning models, which can be defined as integrated e-learning and multimedia projects design models, were developed and discussed. In this paper, firstly, rapid e-learning training development strategies and their characteristics are defined. Secondly, ID systems’ stages are presented as a generic model that includes several phases, such as analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. In this process, these ID phases were adapted into e-learning and multimedia learning design by using ID models and approaches. As a result, the paper is based on research findings and resources in the field of instructional technologies and e-learning design tools for multimedia learning in order to indicate rapid instructional development strategies more effectively.

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6. N.V. Tarasova, N.I. P'yankova
The Scientific-Methodological Basics of Designing the Procedure for Public Accreditation in Educational Institutions

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(7), № 1, pp. 56-62.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.7.56CrossRef

This article looks into the scientific-methodological basics of designing the procedure for public accreditation in educational institutions. The author describes the designing of a model for the procedure of public accreditation in educational institutions in present-day conditions.

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7. Yurii S. Tyunnikov
Preparation of Future Pedagogues for Innovation Activity: the Present State and Unresolved Issues

European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2014, Vol.(7), № 1, pp. 63-80.
DOI: 10.13187/ejced.2014.7.63CrossRef

This article presents the actual state of the system of professional preparation of future pedagogues for innovation activity in the sphere of education. Based on the results of two interrelated examinations – individual expert assessments and subsequent expert discussions in special groups – the author defines the key issues in the streamlining of the system under study and puts forward specific suggestions on resolving them.

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