THE DEVELOPMENT AND MEASUREMENT OF THE EFFICIENCY OF MODERN DIDACTICAL MODELS IN THE TECHNICAL EDUCATION

TitleTHE DEVELOPMENT AND MEASUREMENT OF THE EFFICIENCY OF MODERN DIDACTICAL MODELS IN THE TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsFiksl, M
JournalProblems of Education in the 21st Century
Volume46
Start Page43-51
Date PublishedOctober/2012
Type of ArticleOriginal article
ISSN1822-7864
Other NumbersICID: 1013114
Keywordseducational model, lesson factors, lifetime learning
Abstract

Presented research shown a sensible inclusion of intelligent didactical environments in the practical work in the education of the technical field in Primary School. The teacher with his modest repertoire of hours dedicated to technical education confronts great challenges, like how to inspire the students for the subject with the introduction of many different interesting themes. Firm example of study lesson is based on theoretical foundations of Didactical learning theory, advanced version also named The Berlin model. During the process of teaching we transform knowledge into practical work and through a concrete example, designed a new modern didactical model. In this model the competences of a lifelong learning are included: methods for encouraging the motivation, use of ICT and developing informational literacy, encouragement of flexibility and persistence at confrontation with new challenges and exercises, ability to self evaluation, developing of communication and social skills. The results of experimental group, which execute activities in form of new didactical model in comparison with control group shown, that students of experimental group had less faults at making the model and they also spend less time to finish it. Consequential students of experimental group were much more satisfied with their product, they gained knowledge and they were also motivated for further work.

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