Mokymo(si) metodų ir stilių dermė aukštojoje mokykloje

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Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Mokymo(si) metodų ir stilių dermė aukštojoje mokykloje
Alternative Title:
Coherence of teaching/learning methods and styles in higher school
In the Journal:
Studijos šiuolaikinėje visuomenėje . 2012, Nr. 3(1), p. 38-45
Keywords:
LT
Aukštoji mokykla; Mokymo metodai; Mokymosi stiliai; Mokymosi stilius
EN
Higher school; Hitger school; Learning styles; Teaching methods
Summary / Abstract:

LTSiekiant nustatyti, kokiu būdu kiekvienam iš besimokančiųjų tikslingiausia mokytis, būtina suvokti savo galimybes, įpročius ir ypatybes. Mokymo(si) metodų ir stilių nagrinėjimas padeda suvokti sunkumus, grėsmes, su kuriais susiduriama mokymosi procese, ir išryškinti stiprybes ir galimybes, kurias būtina plėtoti siekiant asmeninių tikslų – žinių ir gerų vertinimų. Kiekvienam besimokančiajam ypač svarbu taip organizuoti mokymosi procesą, kad būtų pasiekti norimi tikslai, todėl svarbu suvokti, koks mokymosi būdas atskiram individui yra geriausias. [Iš leidinio]

EN[...] The analysis of learning styles helps to understand the challenges, threats encountered in the learning process and to highlight the strengths and opportunities that need to be developed for private purposes. It is important to determine why the process of learning faces difficulties and what measures should be taken to avoid mistakes such as: be crossed out from the list of students for academic failure, fail an exam or other interim payment, a better understanding of the analyzed elements, to gain solid skills and training to get better scores. Nowadays in the period of global economic development, all countries in the developed world, for example, U.S. and European Union member countries', including Lithuania, focuses on the importance of education and scholarship. Currently one of the most important documents is the European Union European Commission Strategy "Europe 2020. A European Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth", which today provides the main aims of the Union, where one of the most important aim is: to reduce school drop-out rates to 10% and achieve at least 40% younger generation to higher education (2020. European Strategy, 2010). These ambitious EU Member States wish to encourage the research and find out why young people have completed training in schools, why students interrupt their studies in higher education, it encourages learners to find out their preferred learning style and how to increase the students' motivation to learn. For each student it is crucially important to organize the learning process in order to achieve the desired objectives, it is important to understand what type of learning is the best for each student.Problem: the student's motivation to learn is decreasing, so it is important to know what learning styles is most often preferred by students in order to better organize and motivate the study process in higher schools achievement and improve the performance and reduce drop-outs in higher schools. Aim: to netermine the dominant learning style among KTU Faculty of Economics and Management (EVF) I and II year students and to deliver results. In order to answer the aim, the following tasks were formulated: to describe the concept of learning styles and types; to interview KTU and EVF I and II courses students and compare their approaches to learning styles and summarize the results. Research methods: scientific literature analysis, quantitative research, questionnaire-based data analysis. A key research finding is that the balance of study and subject-specific programs do not require to be changed to be consistent and match the different learning styles, because the learning style easily adapts to the program requirements and is a continuous self-improvement method. On the other hand, different learning styles can provide similar or different results, since they depend on the person's intelligence, which also varies over time. Teaching strategies are consistent with the learning methods. For this purpose a questionnaire that helps to determine the way in which each is best to learn, because learning style reflects a reasonable and proper way of learning a priority was made. [From the publication]

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2029-431X
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2020-12-15 16:28:34
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