https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/issue/feed Educational Dimension 2020-07-05T11:27:06+03:00 Vita Hamaniuk vitana65@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p><span id="result_box" class="" lang="en" tabindex="-1">The scientific journal contains materials devoted to the coverage of theoretical and practical problems of pedagogy of higher and secondary schools, the formation and development of an educational paradigm, the integration of psychological and pedagogical factors in the organization of the educational process.</span></p> https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3847 Title page 2020-07-03T21:27:13+03:00 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3848 Summary 2020-07-04T12:41:28+03:00 <p>The issue of "Educational Dimension" contains materials devoted to the coverage of theoretical and practical problems of higher and secondary school pedagogy, the formation and development of the educational paradigm, the integration of psychological and pedagogical factors in educational process.</p> <p>The issue contains articles on the results of the international project of the Research Center "German in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe" (FZ DiMOS) of the University of Regensburg, as well as materials of the International Conference "History, Theory and Methodology of Teaching" (Kryvyi Rih, 2020) .</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3849 Contents 2020-07-03T22:31:46+03:00 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3851 Types of tasks in the didactization of materials to trace the German in the history of Kiev 2020-07-05T08:41:09+03:00 Svitlana M. Amelina svetlanaamelina@ukr.net <p>The article is devoted to the problem of didactization of linguistic&nbsp;and historical materials about the activities of German immigrants in the&nbsp;territory of Kyiv. The main focus is on the choice and justification of&nbsp;the types of tasks for using these materials during German classes. It is&nbsp;determined that semi-open and open types of tasks are optimal in the process&nbsp;of didactization of these materials. A number of tasks have been developed&nbsp;on the basis of materials on the contribution of German architects to the&nbsp;design and construction of recognized architectural monuments of Kyiv. It&nbsp;has been found that the proposed assignments are appropriate to use for&nbsp;students at B1 + level in accordance with the Common European Guidelines&nbsp;for Language Education. The developed tasks are based on the following&nbsp;principles: communicative orientation, activity orientation, intercultural&nbsp;sensitization, and scaffolding.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3852 Didacticization of the press texts of the Galician Germans in DaF-lessons 2020-07-05T08:37:36+03:00 Nataliya B. Vyrsta vyrsta@tnpu.edu.ua <p>This paper deals with the authentic press texts of the Galician&nbsp;Germans from the “Deutsches Volksblatt f¨ur Galizien”, which was published&nbsp;in Lviv in the period between 1907–1918. A total of 240 newspaper editions&nbsp;were examined and 20 texts were written out of them. The article focuses on&nbsp;the didactization and use of historical press texts in foreign language teaching&nbsp;in higher education. It deals with the tasks and exercises that probably can&nbsp;be created from the historical press texts and also be used in German lessons&nbsp;at different learning levels. By applying the texts on the subject “History of&nbsp;Germans in Ukraine” new linguistic and cultural skills will be acquired by&nbsp;learners.<br>The historical press texts fulfill an informative function and thus contribute&nbsp;to conveying the important historical events of the country to the learners.&nbsp;Working with the authentic press texts in foreign language lessons enables the&nbsp;expansion of intercultural competence, promotes critical thinking and focuses&nbsp;on expanding language skills.<br>In choosing the historical press texts following would be considered: the texts&nbsp;should be information-based, contain something new and be of interest to&nbsp;the students; the texts should pursue an achievable goal; the texts should be&nbsp;suitable for the student’s level of learning.&nbsp;<br>In this paper information-based, not long texts from the fields of society,&nbsp;science or world politics were chosen. A total of 15 texts were didactized.&nbsp;At least 10 tasks were worked out for each text. They are right/wrong —&nbsp;exercises, multiple choice exercises, search exercises, fill-in-the-blanks-exercises,&nbsp;reproductive exercises, chain exercises, role playing, etc.<br>The press texts of the Galician Germans proved to be a rich source of&nbsp;information about the life of the Germans in the region and can also be used in&nbsp;German lessons in addition to the main textbook. In this way, the Ukrainian&nbsp;learners learn about the history of Germans from the primary sources and thus acquire intercultural and regional study skills</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3853 German traces in Ukraine in German lessons: illustrative, interactive, communicative 2020-07-05T08:53:59+03:00 Vita A. Hamaniuk vitana65@gmail.com <p>The article deals with the problem of the development of&nbsp;intercultural competence, which is one of the key competences in foreign&nbsp;language education. The focus lies on examining the opportunities available&nbsp;to use the topic of German Trails in Ukraine as a material for developing&nbsp;intercultural competence. The theoretical foundations on which the research&nbsp;was conducted are analyzed: the essence of intercultural communication, the&nbsp;conditions of its smooth flow; the essence of&nbsp; intercultural competence, its&nbsp;constituents and the relations between them; the role of country studies (both&nbsp;the country of the target language and its own history) in the acquisition of&nbsp;background knowledge, the ability to compare cultures, to tolerate differences&nbsp;between them, and furthermore.</p> <p>Considering that the development of intercultural competence at a level that&nbsp;would ensure the effective implementation of intercultural communication&nbsp;is primarily due to the presence, in addition to language acquisition, of&nbsp;intercultural knowledge, perceptions of the rules of communicative behavior&nbsp;and the positive disposition of learners, an important element is the&nbsp;approaching of the target culture, the removal of prejudices about the „alien“.&nbsp;This can be achieved through the inclusion in the educational process of&nbsp;materials from the immediate environment of learners. For exemple, the theme&nbsp;„Traces of the Germans in Ukraine“ is used, in which work, on the one hand,&nbsp;reveals facts of the history of the Germans and Germany in the European&nbsp;format, and on the other, the facts of the history of their own country, the&nbsp;history of their immediate surroundings, at the expense of which the story of&nbsp;„alien“ is transferred to the personal sphere.</p> <p>Among the possible forms of work on the topic focuses on three: work with&nbsp;texts containing information, the history of the Germans as a motivation&nbsp;for communication, the implementation of an interdisciplinary approach to<br>training of project activities.&nbsp;</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3854 Development of the socio-cultural competence of student teachers on the basis of the findings on the topic “German traces in Ukraine” 2020-07-05T09:30:34+03:00 Yuliya M. Kazhan y.kazhan@mdu.in.ua <p>The article is devoted to the formation of socio-cultural competence of students, which is one of the components of linguistic-socio-cultural competence and is an integral part of foreign language communicative competence. There are considered different approaches to the formation of socio-cultural competence (cognitive, communicative, intercultural) and the possibility of developing materials on the basis of the topic “German traces in Ukraine”. Within the article exercises developed by using mobile applications and WEB 2.0 tools, the material for which were lexical units and texts on the topic, may be found. In the conclusion it is mentioned that the topic “German traces in Ukraine” has great potential for the formation of socio-cultural competence of students and contributes the motivation to learn German.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3855 Development of regional and communicative skills when learning German in Kryvyi Rih 2020-07-05T09:35:41+03:00 Valentyna A. Karpiuk karpiukval2017@gmail.com <p>The article considers the problem of the local lore competence development of foreign language faculties’ students as an integral component of communicative competence with usage of local lore information and facts about the country of the language being studied, ways of its solution and corresponding methods for their use are proposed. The relevance of using facts about German traces in Kryvyi Rih in the process of learning German in educational institutions is substantiated. The theoretical foundations and results of the research are described. It has been found that increasing the volume of national competence contributes to increased motivation, leads to a more conscious learning of the German language. During the exercises aimed at development the competence, it is important to focus on the differences in the compared concepts’ interpretation of the cultures being compared, on the ability to identify the connection between the lexical background and the general content of the text, on the development of thinking in stereotypes, fullfledged communication and the subconscious sense of a language. It is not the content of the local lore material itself that gets particular importance, but the fact that such content develops and improves attitudes and competencies, and enables students to discover their abilities. It is stated that the most effective forms of work in the development of local lore and communication competencies can be: search and research work, project, work in tandem, group games using the latest information technologies and internet resources; user search skills on the internet; joint activities with other participants through online resources; using online resources for publications and sharing their professional achievements. That allows and promotes remote working and constant analysis of a language occurance, lay of the land being learned, association relationships are used in a way of comparison with the native language. The study results have been summarized and the contemplations of further studies are defined.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3871 Exercise types for reading comprehension in foreign language classes 2020-07-05T11:27:06+03:00 Iryna V. Piankovska i.piankovska@ukr.net <p>The paper deals with the problem of selecting the types of&nbsp;reading comprehension exercises in a foreign language lesson. It&nbsp; dentifies&nbsp;the role of reading as a receptive skill and one of the main competences in&nbsp;learning a foreign language. Distinctive differences between an exercise and&nbsp;a task as didactic forms of teaching and their importance in the formation&nbsp;of speech competences have been established. Modern approaches to the&nbsp;typology of exercises have been analyzed depending on the learning goals and&nbsp;receptive or productive types of speaking activity. The main types of exercises&nbsp;aimed at developing communicative language competences include receptive,&nbsp;reproductive, reproductive-productive, productive, closed- and open-type&nbsp;exercises, content- and form-oriented exercises.</p> <p>The scientific paper argues that textual competence is a component of&nbsp;language competence in modern didactics, and reading is defined not only as&nbsp;a receptive process, but also as an interactive and constructive process, since&nbsp; the information obtained from the text is related to one’s own knowledge&nbsp;and experience, on the basis of which new knowledge is acquired. It is also&nbsp;emphasized that the process of working with a text consists of three main&nbsp;stages: pre-text, text, and post-text stages, each providing the corresponding&nbsp;types of exercises or tasks.</p> <p>The scientific paper argues that textual competence is a component of&nbsp;language competence in modern didactics, and reading is defined not only as&nbsp;a receptive process, but also as an interactive and constructive process, since&nbsp;the information obtained from the text is related to one’s own knowledge&nbsp;and experience, on the basis of which new knowledge is acquired. It is also&nbsp;emphasized that the process of working with a text consists of three main&nbsp;stages: pre-text, text, and post-text stages, each providing the&nbsp; corresponding&nbsp;types of exercises or tasks.</p> <p>The scientific paper argues that textual competence is a component of&nbsp;language competence in modern didactics, and reading is defined not only as&nbsp;a receptive process, but also as an interactive and constructive process, since&nbsp;the information obtained from the text is related to one’s own knowledge&nbsp;and experience, on the basis of which new knowledge is acquired. It is also&nbsp;emphasized that the process of working with a text consists of three main&nbsp;stages: pre-text, text, and post-text stages, each providing the corresponding&nbsp;types of exercises or tasks.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3859 Professional soft competencies of future software engineers: key concepts 2020-07-05T09:55:24+03:00 Tetiana A. Vakaliuk tetianavakaliuk@gmail.com Valerii V. Kontsedailo valerakontsedailo@gmail.com Iryna S. Mintii irina.mintiy@kdpu.edu.ua <p>The conceptual apparatus was analyzed in the article and the interpretation of the basic concepts of different authors was considered. The analysis of scientific sources allowed to generalize the concept of “professional soft competencies” as follows: it is a set of non-specialized competencies that in one way or another relate to problem solving, interaction between people and are responsible for successful participation in the work process, high productivity and , in contrast to specialized competencies, not related to a specific area, equipment control and technical skills. They cover the following aspects of behavior: situational awareness, decision making, error management, interpersonal communication, and so on. In general, these competencies are important for software developers, as software development projects are organized on the basis of teams or groups, where software engineers make up the majority of the team.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3860 Automation of mind maps 2020-07-05T10:16:13+03:00 Olexyi H. Dubinsky dubinsky@ukr.net <p>The mind maps that students compile are subject to verification. To compare graphs, you need to develop an application that connects to the control system training on the server. To reduce the complexity of application development, you need to limit the choice of texts added by students to the knowledge map, the choice of terms from the thesaurus subject area. Automatic assessment of the quality of intelligence maps created by students when mastering the topics of the course can be performed in this way. The restrictions imposed to solve this problem are the prohibition of entering texts from the keyboard. Signatures to card nodes must be selected from a list prepared in advance — from terminological dictionary of the subject area. The need to limit text input requires abandoning the use of common programs and online services for building smart maps. In fact, it is necessary develop new software or modify one of the existing software packages available under an open source license. Perhaps, for the first iterations it is necessary to be limited only to text representation of a card in the outline mode as it is implemented in text2mindmap service.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3861 The use of Arduino software and hardware in a school physical experiment 2020-07-05T10:23:48+03:00 Vytaly M. Zadorozhnyi vitaliy_zadorozhniy@ukr.net <p>The article considers the use of hardware and software Arduino in order to involve students in the study of such subjects as: physics and computer science; provide an opportunity improve and&nbsp; develop their own engineering ideas. The article proves that the use of hardware and software Arduino complex in teaching and research activity is an effective tool for improvement interest in such areas of activity as computer science, engineering, physics. The study found that an integrated approach allows arousing students’ interest in the study of natural sciences and mathematics, solving modern problems engineering and electronics, and developing them creativity. Work on your own projects allows children to show abilities and present their projects in various competitions, in addition motivates young researchers. Developed by students devices can significantly increase accuracy measurements during the experiment, increase the level of theoretical preparation for laboratory work, increase the general interest to perform laboratory work by students for due to the modernization of equipment and form new ones ideas about physical phenomena and processes. The results of students’ research activities can used<br>during the teaching of physics in a specialized school, especially during school experiment.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3863 Effects on the use of theater projects in teacher training 2020-07-05T10:35:45+03:00 Michaela Kovacova michaela.kovacova@upjs.sk <p>In today’s classrooms, teachers are often under great pressure — they not only have to prove themselves professionally but also as strong personalities. In teachers-training courses at universities, subject-related and didactic skills are often built up intensively, but there is a lack of support for personal and social skills, planning and management skills, and development skills.</p> <p>Extracurricular theater projects can compensate for this shortcoming. The paper presents effects of several years of theater work on teaching students studying German as a foreign language.&nbsp; Theoretically, the contribution is firstly underpinned by the approach of the Canadian sociologist Erving Goffman (2003) about self-portrayal in everyday life, in which he points out a similarity between acting and social contact [3]. Second, it is based on the understanding of the “performative competence” by Wolfgang Hallet (2010). Both concepts are transferred to the social contact between teachers and learners.</p> <p>Extracurricular theater projects can compensate for this shortcoming. The paper presents effects of several years of theater work on teaching students studying German as a foreign language. Theoretically, the contribution is firstly underpinned by the approach of the Canadian sociologist Erving Goffman (2003) about self-portrayal in everyday life, in which he points out a similarity between acting and social contact [3]. Second, it is based on the understanding of the “performative competence” by Wolfgang Hallet (2010). Both concepts are transferred to the social contact between teachers and learners.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3865 Designing the content of the educational institution information and consulting environment 2020-07-05T10:52:38+03:00 Olena O. Lavrentieva helav68@gmail.com Oleksandr I. Kuchma vitana65@gmail.com Lyudmyla M. Skripnik vitana65@gmail.com <p>In article the definition of the educational institution information and consulting environment has been formulated.</p> <p>Based on the semantic analysis of the constituting categories, it was found the such environment is a relevant part of the information education society, within which it becomes possible to&nbsp; exchange information and consultative support of subjects of the educational process and other stakeholders by means of computer focused technologies. Such an environment is educational, informational, communicatively focused, professionally oriented, developmental, reflexive-contextual, and reflexive-active environment of innovative promotion.</p> <p>The semantic and functional content of the educational institution information and consulting environment have been specified. The components of the information and consulting&nbsp; environment, inextricably linked with the person as a subject of an educational process, have been analyzed. To list of them has been included following: social component that provides satisfaction and development the needs of subjects of educational process advisory assistance<br>of the learning and teaching; spatial-objective one which determines the environmental design; psychological and pedagogical one covering pedagogical and methodological support for the implementation of the goals of the environment. These include: computer-based pedagogical technologies and technologies that provide the appropriate level of advisory services.</p> <p>The pattern of the educational institution information and consulting environment covering organizational, technical methodical resource areas have been established. The benefits and risks of the educational institution information and consulting environment have been reviewed and analyzed. It is substantiated that if a such environment is correctly organized it be possible the implementation of information, consulting, diagnostic, interactive, coordinating, professional and developmental functions and the function of pedagogical and educational support.</p> <p>It is concluded that the organization of information and consulting environment of the educational institution will help increase the efficiency of the educational process and the quality of educational services.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3866 Didactic conditions for the formation of digital competence of students of pedagogical universities 2020-07-05T10:59:03+03:00 Mykhailo V. Moiseienko vitana65@gmail.com Natalia V. Moiseienko n.v.moiseenko@gmail.com Arnold E. Kiv kiv@bgu.ac.il <p>The article is devoted to the formation of digital competence of pedagogical university students. The scientific analysis of the essence of the “digital competence” concept is carried out, its components are defined. In the course of the research the components of digital competence of pedagogical university students are determined, namely: motivational-value (target),<br>cognitive, operational-activity and personal-reflexive components.</p> <p>The article defines and substantiates didactic conditions of digital formation competences of students of pedagogical universities: actualization of motivational value training of students of pedagogical universities; organization of interaction between students and teachers of pedagogical universities on the Internet through the creation of digital information educational environment; creation of individual educational trajectories of students.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3867 Possibilities of application of augmented reality in different branches of education 2020-07-05T11:06:08+03:00 Svitlana I. Pochtoviuk svetlanapoctovyuk@gmail.com Tetiana A. Vakaliuk tetianavakaliuk@gmail.com Andrey V. Pikilnyak pikilnyak@gmail.com <p>Augmented reality has a great impact on the student in the presentation of educational material: objects of augmented reality affect the development of facial expressions, attention, stimulate thinking, and increase the level of understanding of information. Its implementation in various spheres has indisputable advantages: realism, clarity, application in many industries, information completeness and interactivity. That is why the study presents the possibilities of using augmented reality in the study of mathematics, anatomy, physics, chemistry, architecture, as well as in other fields. The comparison of domestic and foreign proposals for augmented reality is presented. The use of augmented reality in various fields (technology, entertainment, science and<br>medicine, education, games, etc.) should be well thought out and pedagogically appropriate. That is why in the future it is planned to conduct research on the feasibility of using augmented reality and to develop elements of augmented reality accordingly.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3868 Philosophy on bilingual education: Sociocultural competence and Identity 2020-07-05T11:10:38+03:00 Aleksandra A. Sulik sulik.sasha@gmail.com <p>In this article the author views philosophy questions of language and identity on bilingual education. There are two philosophies of bilingual education: maintenance and transitional, which influence on the way of learning foreign language and, as a result, on a person’s development in society — awareness of human identity. The author describes functions and structures of a bilinguism, a sociocultural competence, a language and an identity and says that learning languages and personality formation are connected. So that way what language and how we learning it define us in society.</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3869 Monitoring of quality of higher education in Ukraine and Germany: comparative aspect 2020-07-05T11:18:24+03:00 Olga V. Chorna tschornaja7@gmail.com <p>The article describes the peculiarities of the monitoring systems of higher education quality in Ukraine and Germany at the present stage, taking into account the national traditions, historical experience and mentality of the population, also enshrined at the legislative level. The impact of public administration in the field of education and independent public organizations (agencies) on the nature and quality of monitoring procedures should be evaluated, since the involvement of society in monitoring the quality of higher education should be an integral part of a full-fledged education system.</p> <p>Given the specifics of the step-by-step system for regional monitoring of the quality of higher education in Germany, the role of the Conference of Rectors of Higher Education Institutions in this issue was demonstrated. Recent years’ statistics are used to illustrate the polarity of Ukrainian and German universities positions in world rankings (for example, The Times Higher Education World University Rankings and World University Rankings). The results of a comparative analysis of the approaches to higher education quality assurance and monitoring in Germany and Ukraine, the activities of monitoring entities in the two countries at all levels, starting from the national level and ending with the level of the educational institution, are presented in a summary table.</p> <p>The table demonstrates also the conceptual and functional components of quality monitoring: the purpose of the monitoring, the objects of monitoring, the levels and entities, the public initiative, the priority of the monitoring levels, the dominant principles, the overall orientation and monitoring of the quality of higher education. The article outlines the prospects of using elements<br>of the progressive international experience of organizing a monitoring system of higher education quality to reform the national higher school, which is a necessary step in the process of its entry into the European Higher Education Area.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2020-06-25T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journal.kdpu.edu.ua/ped/article/view/3870 Output data 2020-07-03T22:32:21+03:00 2020-06-26T00:00:00+03:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##