Studentų adaptacija akademinėje aplinkoje

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Studentų adaptacija akademinėje aplinkoje
Alternative Title:
Students adaptation in academic environment
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Keywords:
LT
Adaptacija; Mokymas. Mokymasis. Didaktika / Teaching. Learning. Didactics; Socialinė kompetencija; Studentai / Students.
EN
Adaptacion; Adaptation; Learning environment; Social competence; Social competences; Student.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStudijų pradžioje studentams reikia prisitaikyti prie naujų institucijos bei naujos mokymosi aplinkos reikalavimų. Siekiant patenkinti nuolat kintančius studentų poreikius ir palaikyti tokią mokymosi aplinką, kuri skatintų juos studijuoti, reikėjo išsiaiškinti, su kokiais sunkumais susiduria studentai adaptacijos periode. Aiškinantis šio proceso kliūtis, atliktas dviejų dalių empirinis tyrimas: kiekybinis – anketinė apklausa, kokybinis – individualus pokalbis. Gauti rezultatai patvirtina, kad studentų adaptacijos procesui trukdo nepakankama socialinė kompetencija. [Iš leidinio]

ENSubject of the research – social competence as a prerequisite for the dynamics of students social needs satisfaction. It takes time for the first year students to overcome the deeply rooted stereotypes of their previous learning activities and to adapt to new college requirements. Therefore, not every student succeeds in overcoming the above mentioned obstacles in the adaptation process. The paper aims at determining the causes, preventing students a successful adaptation. A two-stage empirical research was conducted. It included the qualitative research, a survey and an interview. The results of the research prove that inadequate social competence is the bstacle for a successful students’ adaptation. Aim of the research: determine the obstacles in the adaptation process of the first year students at Kaunas College. [...] Based on the research findings it can be stated that low social competence and its affecting factors: inadequate skills, poor time management skills, adaptation to new environment, lack of communication and cooperation skills, low self-esteem, incapability to adapt to a new learning schedule and new teaching methods, incapability to adequately evaluate learning results, insufficient social activity, unfavourable family’s attitudes to the chosen speciality, inadequate teachers’ competence in creating a cooperative learning environment prevent the student from a successful adaptation. Conclusion: inadequate students’ social competence prevents from a successful adaptation and makes a negative impact on students and teachers’ cooperation. [From the publication]

ISSN:
1822-1068; 2335-8904
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2013-08-21 20:34:39
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