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09:00-16:40 Session 6: ICon-MaSTEd 2021
Mobile technologies providing educational activity during classes

ABSTRACT. Modern mobile technologies have become widespread in our lives. All of us use them every day. The use of mobile phones in education is a topical issue too. This paper presents the methodological features of the use of mobile technologies in the astronomy's class. Modern methods offer a lot of techniques and innovative forms of teaching methods in order to improve students' knowledge. These innovations are aimed to increase using activity-based and person-centered approaches to learning and also, they will help to intensify students’ training activities therefore. The including mobile technology in education process will be engage and productive. We used mobile technologies for the organization of practical tasks from astronomy, as well as the possibility of individualization of education is shown. The such tasks help to increase students’ cognitive activity. It is presented in the article, as an example for astronomy studying, there is example of mobile phone using for the Moon research.

Using interactive semantic networks as an augmented reality element in autonomous learning
PRESENTER: Svitlana Amelina

ABSTRACT. This paper focuses on the using augmented reality elements in the educational process, in particular in autonomous learning. The possibility of using interactive semantic networks in learning foreign languages is considered. The technology of selection and structuring of specialised terminology on the basis of interactive semantic networks for their further use in the study of foreign languages and mastering automated translation systems has been developed and proposed. The criteria for creating and supplementing terminological databases with appropriate structuring of the domain terminology selected on the basis of interactive semantic networks have been defined, namely universality, structurability, convertibility, extensibility. The possibility of further use of terminology bases for foreign language learning using mobile applications, mastering Computer Aided Translation (CAT) systems, mastering Computer Aided Interpretation (CAI) are outlined. Based on the practical use of the developed technology in the process of autonomous training of translators, positive results have been concretised and areas for further activities in their technological training have been identified.

Construction of cubic splines for interpolating functional dependencies and processing the results of experimental studies

ABSTRACT. Algorithms for constructing cubic splines with different boundary conditions have been developed: 1. The second derivative takes arbitrary values at the ends of the spline. A special case is the "natural spline", when the second derivative at its ends is equal to zero. 2. At one end of the spline, the first derivative is given, and at the opposite end – the second derivative. 3. The first derivative is given at the two ends of the spline without any restrictions on the second derivatives. The proposed methods were tested on the example of interpolation of the function 10xsin(x)exp(-x) for the interval [0,1]. The relative calculation error for the number of nodes n = 10 was about 10−2. With an increase in the number of nodes to 1000 and 10000, the error increases, respectively, to 10−6 and 10−7 − 10−8. It is shown that a number of problems with other boundary conditions can be solved using the proposed methods. The considered algorithms can be used for interpolating functional dependencies and processing the results of experimental studies, represented as a discrete set of pairs of numbers.

Teaching robotics to future teachers as part of education activities
PRESENTER: Nataliia Valko

ABSTRACT. One of the most effective ways to implement STEM education in full secondary education is through research activities. It is implemented by performing certain projects. Professional activity of teachers of natural and mathematical disciplines in STEM education is aimed at the students’ mental, cognitive, and personal qualities formation and development. Their level determines the possibility of further mastering by students of a promising specialty STEM-industry. It also involves the formation of the ability and willingness to solve complex problems, which is possible with the appropriate level of critical thinking, creativity, cognitive flexibility, teamwork, as well as the ability to implement research activities. In article determines the nature of the relationship between disciplines and the degree of integration. The place of project activity on robotics in school training is considered, describes the competencies that are formed as a result of such project activities. the possibility of teaching robotics to future teachers within the framework of existing educational programs is also considered.

Specific features of the use of augmented reality technologies in the process of the development of cognitive component of future professionals’ mental capacity
PRESENTER: Hanna Varina

ABSTRACT. Ways of development and modernization of modern higher education are largely determined by the scientific and technological progress. The article is devoted to the current issue of the augmented reality technology use in professional education. The paper analyzes foreign and domestic experience of the use of augmented reality technologies as a means educational, research and project activities implementation. The author also describes the benefits of the augmented reality technologies use for the curricula design. Taking into account the reorganization of the educational process due to pandemic isolation, caused by COVID-19, the issue of the identification of AR technologies impact on the development of cognitive component of future specialists’ mental capacity is becoming extremely relevant especially in the conditions of adaptive and blended learning. The paper, in a structured way, describes the experience of introducing the augmented reality elements in the process of developing cognitive component of future professionals’ mental capacity. The ascertaining and formative stages of the empirical research were carried out during 2020 on the basis of Bogdan Khmelnytsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University. Relevant interdisciplinary research is a logical construct of cooperation between leading scientists of the Department of Psychology and the Department of Informatics and Cybernetics of Bogdan Khmelnytsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University. The structure of the study includes the main scientific developments in the context of the research work, performed at the expense of the General Fund of the state budget: "Adaptive system for individualization and personalization of professional training of future specialists in blended learning". Based on certain psychological and pedagogical determinants of the AR technologies use for the development of cognitive component of the future specialists’ mental capacity, we have proposed the implementation of interactive technologies at three levels: competence-oriented, structural-cognitive, emotional-reflexive, on the example of doing the course "Introduction to Specialty (Psychology)" in the conditions of distance learning. According to the results of an interdisciplinary research, it was found out that students gained skills which are necessary for their adaptation to a new intellectual and educational environment. Due to positive qualitative and quantitative changes in the cognitive structure of personality there was an increase in the first-year students’ mental capacity in its main components (the level of attention stability and selectivity, short-term memory span and analytical thinking, level of development of special qualities necessary for mental capacity, formation of mental capacity culture).

Augmented reality as a part of STEM-lessons
PRESENTER: Liliia Midak

ABSTRACT. Modern teachers and the managers of educational establishments have big challenge – to organize the lectures and the study process so that the students are provided with the necessary skills and to meet their educational needs, as well as their parents’ expectations. An integrated lesson that is developed with a synthesis of information on different educational subjects stimulates the students’ analytic thinking, which in exchange boosts the integral perception of the reality. That is why STEM-lessons are becoming more and more popular among the educators, as far as the specifics of this approach can really solve a lot of tasks. Modern IT-developments are an appropriate T – component during STEM-lessons and while developing STEM-projects. One of these up-to-date trends is called Augmented Reality (AR), which allows visualizing the study material and improves its reception and memorizing. The purpose of the research is development of a mobile app (on Android) for STEM-lessons, designed for visualization of the chemical structure of organic, biologically active substances, which can be used by the teacher and students in order to carry out integrated lessons of biochemical area; revealing key specifics of using STEM-technologies while studying natural sciences.

Hyperbolic Geometry in General Education: Comprehending the Incomprehensible

ABSTRACT. This paper is a self-independent continuation of my article at the previous edition of ICon-MaSTEd Conference, 2020, in which I dealt with the project Comparative geometry between the plane and the sphere. Below I discuss the possibility of adding a third kind of geometry to the plane and the sphere, namely, the hyperbolic geometry on the hemisphere. I describe my own path to the topic, then a possible structure of the syllabus containing basic concepts of hyperbolic geometry for future preschool and primary school teachers, and give arguments for introducing the topic in primary and secondary general education, not only for the “talented”, but also for the “average” students.

The use of MOOCs as additional tools for teaching NoSQL disciplines in blended and distance learning mode
PRESENTER: I S Zinovieva

ABSTRACT. Today there is a significant demand for improving the quality of the educational process in higher education institutions, in particular, through the improvement of principles and methods of teaching various sciences by enhancing the practical skills of students and graduate students. The implementation of this task is particularly difficult in the context of distance learning (for full-time and part-time) and blended learning. This study corresponds to the current direction, as it concerns the study of the possibilities and feasibility of using additional tools for teaching disciplines within NoSQL. Paper's focus is on the justification of the use as an additional tool of a number of massive open online courses (MOOC) distance learning platforms, a comparative analysis of a number of platforms for their compliance with the established criteria. Examples of using MOOC MongoDB University within the discipline "Organization of NoSQL databases" are given. To confirm the facts of the expediency of using MOOC as an additional tool in blended learning and distance learning mode, the data of the survey of students are presented.

Communicative patterns for IT professionals as means of mastering communication skills

ABSTRACT. The paper deals with the aspects of English communicative pattern implementation into IT professional training. It is emphasized that the communicative pattern usage enhances prompt and fluent profession-related real-life communication and it is the essential part of education of IT specialists. Peculiarities of communication in the IT environment are highlighted. Considering typical situations and issues of communication the guidebook which contains recommendations and communicative patterns for IT undergraduates both for oral and written communication has been developed. In order to evaluate the purposefulness of the guidebook implementation in IT specialist training, two surveys (among lecturers and among undergraduates) of six universities have been conducted. The guidebook has proved to be suitable for practical classes, independent learning and laboratory works in humanities and profession-related disciplines. The survey conducted among English teachers has proved the increased interest, higher motivation and willingness to participate in communicative tasks crucial for specific employment.

Identification of "Primorsk-1" wind power plant impact on the ecological situation connected with the behavior of ornithofauna on the Azov Sea coast

ABSTRACT. The results of ornithocomplexes monitoring in the territory of the wind power plant (WPP) "Primorsk-1" in 2017 and 2018 are presented. The research was conducted by two methods: observations made according to the recommendations of the Scottish Natural Heritage Fund (SNH) and route accounting method (RAM). The distribution of birds by seasons, direction of migration and flight altitudes has been identified. The number of birds, registered in 2017 by the SNH method, was 5923 specimens of 45 species: 3795 specimens of 33 species were flying in transit, 2,113 specimens of 40 species belonged to the forage group, 15 birds of four species belonged to the demonstration type. Most of the birds (64.2%) were flying in transit. The greatest activity of birds was observed in spring (36.3%) and autumn (35.0%) seasons of migration, when the share of the transit group accounted for 75.5% of all annual transit flights. At an altitude of up to 10 m 5086 (86.2%) birds were registered, in the range of altitudes (11÷25) m – 697 (11.8%), in the range of altitudes (26÷50) m – 53 (0.7%). No birds were found at an altitude above 180 m. In the risk zone of interaction with turbines, there were 72 birds of four species: Larus ridibundus, Merops apiaster, Circus aeruginosus, Buteo buteo. The total number of birds, registered by the RAM method in 2018, was 8927 specimens of 72 species: 802 specimens of 11 species were flying in transit, 2511 specimens of 32 species belonged to the forage group, 5614 specimens of 60 species belonged to the terrestrial group. The greatest activity of birds was registered in autumn (70.0%) and spring (15.2%) seasons of migration, and the share of the transit group in these seasons accounted for 93.4% of all annual transit flights. The predominant directions of migration were western, northeastern and southwestern. At an altitude of up to 10 m – 2369 (71.5%) birds were registered, in the range of altitudes (11÷25) m – 371 (11.2%), in the range of altitudes (26÷50) m – 367 (11.2%). At an altitude above 51 m – 202 birds (6.1%) were registered. Comparison of the results, obtained by different monitoring methods, was carried out by bringing the number of birds to 1 hour of observation in an area of 1 km2. The total bird density in the case of the RAM method was 3.3 times higher. The density of transit type birds according to different methods was within the admissible statistical dispersion of 10.2÷12.7 specimens/hour·km2. However, the density of forage type birds, registered by the RAM method, was 7.1 times higher than the density, identified by the SNH method. The average number of all the birds flying over the wind park territory at each moment of time according to various counting methods was within the statistical scatter (1.15÷1.28) specimen/(hour·km2). The size of the transit group in the case of the SNH method use was 3 times larger than that calculated by the RAM method, while the size of the forage group, on the contrary, was 2.5 times less. The anticipated number of collisions during one year of the wind power plant functioning, calculated by the SNH and RAM methods, was in the range of 5.6÷6.7 (about 0.6 specimens per turbine for one year of its functioning, or 0.2 specimen/1 MW/year). The number of collisions was about 6.9-4% of the total number of transit and forage type birds in the wind park territory, 3.3-3% of the number of the considered species specimens present at all altitudes, and 0.25% of all birds in a risk zone. The data obtained indicate an insignificant impact of the "Primorsk-1" wind power plant on the ornithofauna of the Azov sea coast.

Effectiveness of Teaching and Learning in Technology-Supported Mathematics Education

ABSTRACT. ICT tools are the important teaching resource in modern school. Each new didactic tool is introduced into educational process in order to increase the effectiveness of this process. The paper concerns the research on the efficiency of using ICT in mathematics education. The research on effectiveness of using ICT in average secondary school in Bialystok conducted at the University of Bialystok with using research in action method is described in this paper. It was a preliminary study of what was happening at school in the classroom in the everyday didactic work with using ICT in proper didactic situations and in everyday school circumstances. Progress in using computer for change of style of work during math lesson (from drawing graphs in exercise book to concluding and structuring knowledge) was visible and quite fast. Some students noticed better results of their class tests after lessons with computer. Maybe it is a result of better understanding topics or possibility of solving more exercises instead of drawing graphs by hand. That indicates in some way the change in effectiveness of learning in new circumstances. Connection between using computers in math education and the individual development of the student and his progress in learning mathematics under the influence of using ICT in individual research work and the independent construction of mathematical knowledge will be investigated in the next stages of research.

Implementation of web resources using cloud technologies to demonstrate and organize students' research work
PRESENTER: Iryna Lutsyk

ABSTRACT. The possibility of increasing the efficiency of research work of students by introducing specialized web applications for group work and presentation of research results is substantiated. The main directions of using web resources in research work are determined. Possibilities of cloud services for the organization of cooperation of teachers and students on scientific projects are opened. The expediency of creating specialized websites and mobile applications to present research results is emphasized. Requirements for the content of web resources used for the presentation and organization of research activities of students, which should provide the ability to manage research projects, communication between all participants in the learning process, as well as providing the necessary scientific and methodological materials are determined. An interactive prototype of a specialized site and a corresponding mobile application has been created, which contains files and services necessary for coverage of research areas and activities of collective scientific work at the department. An experimental study of the effectiveness of using a specialized web service has been carried out. The final survey of the students involved in the experiment indicates a significant increase in the number of students interested in scientific work. This confirms the expediency of using the proposed resources for the development of research work.

Technological model of training of Masters in Electrical Engineering to electrical installation and commissioning

ABSTRACT. The article presents the technological model of training of Masters in Electrical Engineering to electrical installation and commissioning. In the structure of the model of training future electrical engineers, three basic blocks are identified: motivational-target, content-procedural and resultant. The following components act as structural elements of the motivational-target block of the model: social order, technological progress and normative base, purpose, tasks. The content-procedural block of the model includes components of the Master’s readiness to electrical installation and commissioning (motivational, orientation, operational), as well as methods and tools of training. The resultant block contains a system of criteria for the formation of the Master’s readiness to electrical installation and commissioning, control procedure, levels of formation, self-assessment, result, as well as elements of self-correction and correction of content and methods of education. It is noted that the practical implementation of the proposed model involves a special organization of the learning process, application of appropriate methods and learning tools that would ensure the formation of components of readiness for this activity. The obtained results of the experimental study provide an opportunity to assert that the model of training of Masters in Electrical Engineering to electrical installation and commissioning is effective.

Soft Skills in Software Engineering Technicians Education
PRESENTER: Iryna Varava

ABSTRACT. The digital society requires the training of qualified specialists who possess not only hard skills, but also the ability to independently master new information technologies, work with information in a certain area, delve into the technological processes of labor organization, be able to creatively approach the search, independently and continuously replenish their knowledge, improve their skills and professional skills, the so-called soft skills. The article discusses the following components of soft skills: motivational readiness (cognitive and professional interests), intellectual readiness (general and special abilities, the system of knowledge, skills, and abilities), emotional-volitional readiness (attitude to learning, self-regulation), and social readiness (communication skills and responsibility, awareness of the situation by choice). The conditions for the successful formation of soft skills in software engineering technicians education are considered: 1) content and technological integration of social and humanitarian, general professional, special subject training and extracurricular activities of students; 2) combination of theoretical presentation with subsequent practical implementation; 3) use of e-educational resources; 4) problematic presentation of the material.

Digital Transformation in society: Key Aspects for Model Development

ABSTRACT. The paper is devoted to the analysis of the digital transformation processes that are currently taking place in the economy, production, education and society as a whole. The main reason digital transformation is impact of the digital technologies. Modern digital technologies, services and systems are extremely important for social development. One of the key issues for the implementation of digital transformation is changes in the way of thinking and requirements for the competencies of workers in the industry. First of all, it is connected with people's understanding of digital transformation processes and with their ability to use digital technologies effectively. For specifying Ukrainian educators' awareness level about digital transformation processes, there were conducted survey. Research results have shown that there is a need to increase their awareness level about digital transformation processes. Based on the analysis of the considered researches the authors have developed a generalized model of digital transformation for enterprises, businesses and educational institutions.

Technology of application of competence-based educational simulators in the informational and educational environment for learning general technical disciplines

ABSTRACT. The article presents the technology of application of сompetence-based educational simulators in the informational and educational environment for learning general technical disciplines. It was designed the classification of сompetence-based educational simulators for learning general technical disciplines. There are presented types of educational simulators and outlined professional competencies of general technical disciplines that provide the developed types of simulators. On the basis of passing educational simulators it is formed not only a qualitative indicator of the educational results, but also an indicator of the formation of competencies in the course and curriculum. The method was tested using experimental group and control group (total 1301 students of specialties ‘Agricultural Engineering’, ‘Electrical Power, Electrical Engineering and Electrical Mechanics’, ‘Professional Education’ that studying general technical disciplines) by systematically measuring achievement of professional competencies in the conditions of informational and educational environment by using educational simulators. The results show that higher education applicants in the experimental group achieve better results of acquiring professional competencies.

A competency-based approach to the systematization of mathematical problems in a specialized school
PRESENTER: Tetiana Armash

ABSTRACT. The issue of searching for new methodological approaches to the systematization that will encourage the increase of students’ motivation to learn mathematics under the competency-based approach is considered in this article. The research analyzes the existing works on the increase in students’ motivation to learn Mathematics, in particular, the use of cross-curricular connections while forming students’ competency. Competency-based problems, systematized according to the topic of the 10th grade “Functions, their features and graphics”, were determined as the tools to measure students’ competency and a method to form their motivation to learn mathematics. The use of such methods as the initial research and information gathering, systematization and structural analysis of the problems, data processing allowed the authors of the article to systematize the problems for school subjects of the 10th grade that demonstrate cross-curricular connections of Mathematics with other learning subjects and allow showing the advantages of the mathematical modeling in researching real processes. The research shows the realization of cross-curricular connections in time and such connections as parallel learning, perspective connections, use of the mathematical modeling method are shown. An experiment was held in order to prove the efficiency of implementing a system of the problems to demonstrate the use of the function in different tasks of natural subjects. The results proved that the implemented system of problems considerably influences the increase in students’ motivation to learn mathematics.

Some applications of the software GRAN1 to analyze two-dimensional continuous probability distributions

ABSTRACT. The article considers the use of GRAN1 software in the analysis of two-dimensional continuous probability distributions. The learning process can be provided by freely distributable software, through the use of cloud technologies, in particular software from the GRAN package. However, the use of any technology in the educational process, including modern information and communication technologies, as well as the content of education, must be pedagogically balanced, which will avoid any negative consequences for the formation of the future member of society, his mental and physical development. Attention is drawn to the fact that children are increasingly looking for entertainment, using mobile devices, sharing new products with their peers and spending time together, playing a variety of online games, and parents cannot control this process. At the same time, teachers conduct lessons using mobile devices to draw attention to the subject, they are teaching. In the process of using computer technology, students can form a special type of thinking, the so-called "clip consciousness", which leads to fragmentary thinking and the irreversibility of changes in consciousness. Therefore, the problem of excessive use of mobile devices by children requires constant analysis and coverage. The article discusses some examples of using the GRAN1 software to solve problems in probability theory. Examples of approximate calculation of the value of the double integral are given. Tables of values of the corresponding integrals are described. The use of modern information and communication technologies during mathematics lessons is considered.

Development of the Online Course for Training Master Students Majoring in Mathematics
PRESENTER: Iryna Lovianova

ABSTRACT. This article considers the issue of implementing a model of blended learning to prepare master students majoring in Mathematics (speciality code in Ukrainian educational system ”014 Secondary Education. Mathematics”). The research analyses the existing developments of the issue about the use of blended learning while training would-be mathematics teachers. The researchers determined and explained the stages of work on developing the online course ”Methods for Teaching Mathematics to Students at Technical Universities”, that is used when students learn methodological subjects of the curriculum. The research describes the development of the theoretical online course model and methodological recommendations on the learning materials and preparing papers for the course. The article offers recommendations related to the course structure. The course developers defined the usability criteria of the educational platforms, determined the stages of course users’ activity, their content, and organization. The research describes the areas of online course activity management, the course tutors’ and moderators’ teamwork is defined as the main condition of its development and support. In order to prove the efficiency of implementing blended learning of the methodological subjects, an experiment was carried out during the assistant practice in technical universities that master students of the specialization ”Mathematics” had. The results allowed confirming the efficiency of students’ practical training during blended learning of the methodological subjects that in its turn encouraged the improvement of the assistant practice results.

Applying CDIO-Approach at Technical Universities
PRESENTER: Larysa Movchan

ABSTRACT. The article considers the issue of modern engineering training with the use of CDIO-approach (Conceiving, Designing, Implementing, and Operation) aimed to balance the training goals with the practice of teaching at higher technical institutions. Modern pedagogical technologies and innovative teaching methods enable to create such an education medium where the students will obtain profound knowledge, manage the process of designing and exploiting new items and systems, understand the impact of the scientific-technological process on the society. The article also considers various approaches to developing new practice-targeted programs and methods of creating a special education medium. The abilities of students’ engineering thinking are a link between university training and professional activity. Future specialists must not only be able to develop and produce engineering systems, but also combine the knowledge of natural and technical sciences to come up with innovative ideas, have a command of professional ethics and understand the principles of business.

Integrating Business Simulations Software into Learning Environment of Technical University
PRESENTER: Dmytro Antoniuk

ABSTRACT. The development of active learning approaches and the need in raising economic competency of the people within all the age groups brings business simulations software to the front of the appropriate tooling lists. The aim of the study considers the ways and approaches to introduce and eectively integrate business simulations software into learning environments of technical university. The object of the study is the learning environment of Technical University. The subject of the study is using business simulations software in the learning environments of technical university. The result of the study: several approaches of integrating business simulations software into a learning environment of technical university were analyzed and discussed. The paper is dedicated to generalizing practical experience of the authors in technical and logical implementation in the pedagogical practice, usage of business simulations software as students and users with theoretical research of broader set of approaches used to integrate business simulations software into educational software-based and organizational environments. Conclusions and future plans based on the results of the experiments were made. Main conclusions and recommendations: the range of approaches between deep integration with the learning management tools used in the learning environments and independent usage of business simulations software is possible to implement. Choice of approach depends on the goals, ICT-related maturity of the learning infrastructure and the percentage of active learning cases in the syllabus of the class. Future experimentation is needed to collect extensive data on integration possibilities, eciency and eectiveness of the level of integration of business simulations software into learning environment of technical university.

Experience in teaching analytical chemistry in a joint English-language educational project of Chinese and Ukrainian universities
PRESENTER: Tetiana Derkach

ABSTRACT. The paper was aimed to study the problems that may arise when Chinese students learn an analytical chemistry course in English, read by teachers from Ukraine. In particular, the reasons for the possible excessive increase in cognitive load were investigated. The comparative analysis of the existing learning styles was carried out to achieve the goal of the study. For this purpose, the indicators were compared for respondents studying in similar chemical specialities at the Kyiv College of the Qilu University of Technology in China and Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design in Ukraine. Some students from China demonstrate more pronounced reflective, verbal and intuitive learning styles. In contrast, a decisive advantage towards active, visual and sensing styles is characteristic of Ukraine students. The structure of the lecture course was analysed from the viewpoint of e-resources used. The optimal application of different electronic resources for students with varying learning preferences was established based on the results of experiments by the method of dual-task. The difference in educational priorities should be reflected in the various forms and methods used in the teaching of chemical disciplines. Recommendations for the development of appropriate learning resources are given.

A Comprehensive Program of activities to develop sustainable core skills in novice scientists
PRESENTER: Olha Rovenska

ABSTRACT. This paper is aimed at studying scientific communication as an integral part of a scientist’s activity. The authors of this article analysed the development of informational technologies, which gave rise to a new paradigm of scientific communication Research 2.0. In the present study the analysis of research papers, describing models of scientific communication is done. The findings allow to define the structure and content of a comprehensive program of activities, connected to scientific communication in compliance with the Scientific Communication Life Cycle Model. In order to implement the program, aimed at developing core skills through scientific communication of scientists, a target audience, comprising postgraduate students and young researchers in Mathematics and Teaching Methods was engaged. A five-stage program of activities, which was developed, prompted scientific activity of young researchers and gave them an opportunity to learn about means of presenting research results, elements of management, mechanisms for applying the findings. A constructive description of each module of the program is done, actions and a strategy are described, communication between participants and tutors through the platform Higher School Mathematics Teacher is arranged in this research. In order to assess the efficiency of implementing the program, Researcher Development Framework (RDF) is used. The study also presents the results of the activity of young researchers, who were engaged in the program. Following the change in the phase of the development of researchers’ characteristic features and in compliance with RDF, a conclusion is made about a positive impact of the program on the development of career skills of young scientists, their interaction skills, awareness of professional behavior procedure.

10:00-12:00 Session 7: ICHTML 2021 Track 1: History of Learning and Education
Content substantiation of the regional advanced training educational program “Kaizen technology”
PRESENTER: Oleksii Mirshuk

ABSTRACT. The relevance of the article is related to the need to modernize school education in Ukraine in the context of reform on the basis of the best world standards and models. The purpose of the article is to reveal the essence of Kaizen technology in secondary education, to substantiate the content of the regional educational program of teachers’ professional development on this basis. The research methods are theoretical analysis, synthesis, modeling, systematization, generalization and survey. The results of the research are following: the essence of the possibilities of Kaizen technology in secondary education is revealed, the complex of approaches to the program content development is determined and its content is substantiated. There are three modules such as “The essence and origins of Kaizen technology”, “Lean-education”, “Management in education based on Kaizen technology”. Conclusions: Kaizen technology is a long-term strategy of personal development, based on the creativity of the teacher; mastery of Kaizen is carried out in three stages; the updated content of teacher advanced training is based on a set of scientific approaches; the criterion for the effectiveness of Kaizen technology and its purpose is the professional readiness of teachers for creative and constructive professional activity and continuous self-development.

The comparative analysis of challenges to the national education systems in Bulgaria and Ukraine (on the example of the tourism and IT sectors)
PRESENTER: Nadiya Dekhtyar

ABSTRACT. The article offers an overview of the global trends in education that have emerged during the 2020 economic recession; provides a retrospective analysis of the change in economic formations during the 1990s, which still influences the business environment and national education systems in post-socialist countries; analyses the structure of tourism flows in Bulgaria and Ukraine in the recent pre-crisis period; distinguishes the changes between local tourism markets in both countries and consequent demands to HEIs, training the workforce for domestic and international companies; outlines the IT services market in Bulgaria and Ukraine from the side of employment generating; points out the discrepancy between the requests to developers of IT solutions at the local level and the orders of transboundary corporations, which are the largest employers today for the economies in transition; presents the grouping of national economies by innovation performance according to the Global Innovation Index report; classifies non-material industries on the basis of potential for increasing added value and duplicating the product; indicates the restrictions of recreational capacity for the tourism infrastructure; highlights the disparity in clustering the world countries by absolute and relative Travel & Tourism impact to GDP; substantiates the need for interdisciplinary approach in composing the curricula for specialities of the related industries; emphasises the existence of thresholds in the process of increasing the professional competence level. The relevance is grounded by the ultimate changes within the current structure of the global economy, as the sphere of higher education is quite significant in the international trade in services; the general paradigm of the theory of international economic relations is being modified now towards the refusal from the resources' inexhaustibility postulate; thus the research novelty consists in the implementation of supporting programmes and strategies in the field of higher education under the consideration of these trends.

Secondary education reform priorities under globalisation: the case of Ukraine in comparison with China, Germany and Poland
PRESENTER: Olena Lokshyna

ABSTRACT. The paper presents the analysis of the secondary education reform priorities in Ukraine in comparison with China, Germany and Poland under globalization. The following research questions were asked: (1) What are the education development benchmarks at the global and European levels? (2) What are the common characteristics of the reforms that countries are implementing guided by global and European benchmarks? (3) Is secondary education reform in Ukraine harmonized with the reforms implementing worldwide? The desk research was used. This manuscript targets the international (UN, EU) and national institutional plans/strategies/movements that have attempted to bring or are bringing systemic change into educational practices (curriculum reforms and operational structures). The study confirms the methodological proposition that globalization changes the very format of educational policy development – the national level is complemented by the supranational level in the face of international organizations. A comparative analysis of the education reforms directions in the analysed countries showed that the countries takes into account the key benchmarks of the international organizations, i.e. ensuring equal access to education and improving its quality. In Ukraine, the new legislation guarantees the enrollment in primary school without a competition; territorial accessibility of general secondary education; financing of educational institutions at the expense of state and local budgets in the amount sufficient to meet state standards; compliance with the requirements of the legislation on the accessibility of educational institutions for persons with special educational needs. The transformation of the content of education into competence bases is another important component of the current Ukrainian secondary education reform. It involves the change of the traditional philosophy – from the transfer of knowledge to the formation of students’ vital/key skills/competences (interdisciplinary, transversal competences, ICT skills, learning to learn, working with information, teamwork skills, participation in society, moral values, etc.). It is stated that Ukraine is to continue the reforms in order to further harmonise its education with the European and world education developments.

The Problem of Preserving and Strengthening the Occupational Health of the Teacher: a Historical Aspect
PRESENTER: Halyna Meshko

ABSTRACT. The article is devoted to the retrospective analysis of the problem of the teacher’s occupational health maintaining and strengthening. On the basis of the study of the psychological and pedagogical massive of sources the state of the development of the problem and the peculiarities of the research of the determined problem in history of the scientific thought and practice are defined. The periods and directions of the professional health of the teacher preservation and strengthening research problem are singled out and characterized. New views of the scientists who studied the problems of the optimization of the efficiency, manufacturing safety, improvement of the efficiency, overcoming of the professional weariness are presented. The experience of the pedagogical education of the beginning of the ХХ century in Russia and the Committee of the study of the teacher labour in particular, the study of the conditions and mechanisms of the professional disadaptation appearance, professional deformations, determination of the professional difficulties, their influence on the teacher’s state of health are described. The positions of the scientists-analytics in the researched problem are shown. The crucial attention is devoted to the analysis of the А. Makarenko, V. Sukhomlinskyi views of the questions of study of the reasons of the teacher’s health deterioration, the ways and means of the emotional stress removal, improvement of his psychological wellbeing. The special literature for the period from the middle of the ХХ century till the beginning of the ХХI century on the problem of pedagogy and psychology of health, maintaining and strengthening of the teacher’s health are analyzed. The circle of problems that need the research of the concrete ways of maintaining and strengthening of the teacher’s health problem solving is determined.


ABSTRACT. This study deals with the author's version of the reconstruction of history of formation and development of the state approach to the education of children with disabilities (or special educational needs) in Ukraine in the period 1920-2019. For the first time, a systematic coverage of the experience gained by Ukraine in correctional and rehabilitation work and education of such children and the individualization of education of students with primary academic failure at primary school is presented. The contribution of Ukrainian teachers and psychologists to the development of special pedagogy is briefly covered. Particular attention is paid to the ideas of Yu. Hilbukh (1920–2000) in the context of primary school education for students having difficulties in mastering the curriculum, which we consider a variable annunciator of inclusive education. The change of the pedagogical paradigm concerning the education of children with special needs is substantiated due to the introduction in 2017 of modern international principles of inclusive education. In conclusion, it is stated that the introduction of inclusive education indicates the modernization of Ukraine's humanitarian policy in the direction of further humanization of education. At the same time, it is emphasized that it would be wrong not to take into account the scientific and experimental base created in previous years for the study of such children and the experience of their education, rehabilitation and socialization.


ABSTRACT. The article deals with the social and cultural activities of Volodymyr Naumenko (1852 – 1919), a prominent representative of the Ukrainian progressive intellectuals of the late 19th – early 20th centuries, teacher and methodologist, editor and publisher, scholar and politician, educator and active public figure. Some aspects of V. Naumenko's creative activity aimed at reviving the national consciousness of the Ukrainian people through the construction of an educational system on a democratic, national basis, the preparation and publishing of textbooks in the native language, the training of teaching staff for public schools are highlighted. The results of the active participation of a figure in such educational societies of the specified period as "Hromada", "Prosvita", "Society for promotion of primary education", "Kyiv Literacy Society" are presented. V. Naumenko's views on the process and features of teacher training for public schools are characterized.