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International Journal of Environmental and Science Education

2016 Volume 11, Number 18

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Forming Master's Degree Students' ICT Competencies as Future Researchers and Educators: A Kazakhstan Case Study

    Dariya Bolatovna Abykenova, Almagul Zhayakovna Assainova, Elena Ivanovna Burdina, Anne Murphy & Aizhan Budanovna Abibulayeva

    This article analyses the information and communications technology competencies (ICTC) of Master's degree students in Kazakhstan. It defines the ICTC. Research results suggest that the majority of... More

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  2. Framework for Assessing the ICT Competency in Teachers up to the Requirements of "Teacher" Occupational Standard

    Svetlana Avdeeva, Olga Zaichkina, Nataliya Nikulicheva & Svetlana Khapaeva

    The paper deals with problems of working out a test framework for the assessment of teachers' ICT competency in line with the requirements of "Teacher" occupational standard. The authors ... More

    pp. 10971-10985

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  3. Socio-Pedagogical Priorities of the Educational Process at the University: The Didactic Aspect of Information Technology

    Ilya M. Rassolov, Natalya V. Sidyacheva, Larisa E. Zotova, Feride Sch. Salitova, Svetlana M. Konyushenko & Nuriya Kh. Gzhemskaya

    The relevance of the study is conditioned by intensive introduction of information technologies in the educational process of the University. Analysis of practical activities of University groups... More

    pp. 10987-10997

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  4. Non-Formal Education as a Factor in Civilizational Development of Educational Space Subject in the Cross-Border Region

    Dulma T. Dugarova, Svetlana E. Starostina, Sergey D. Namsarayev, Nina Zh. Dagbaeva & Innokentiy A. Malanov

    The research is aimed at determining the organizational and pedagogical conditions of nonformal education implementation as a factor in civilizational development of subjects, joint international... More

    pp. 11097-11117

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  5. Promoting Transfer of Ecosystems Concepts

    Yawen Yu, Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver, Rebecca Jordan, Catherine Eberbach & Suparna Sinha

    This study examines to what extent students transferred their knowledge from a familiar aquatic ecosystem to an unfamiliar rainforest ecosystem after participating in a technology-rich inquiry... More

    pp. 11127-11148

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  6. Internet Access and Youth of Yakutia Awareness on the Health-Promotion Factor

    Elizabeth Afanasyevna Barakhsanova, Vladimir Petrovich Ignatyev, Vasily Mikhaylovich Savvinov & Sargulana Gavrilievna Olesova

    Thematic justification is determined by the fact that in the conditions of the steady growth of mobile technology the youth accurately does not represent health promotion value when using the... More

    pp. 11477-11484

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  7. Measuring E-Learning Effectiveness at Indonesian Private University

    Mahir Pradana & NarisWari Amir

    Telkom University was founded in 2013, as a result of merging four existing higher education institutions in Indonesia. One of their study programs is Master of Management (MM) program, which also ... More

    pp. 11541-11556

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  8. Development Principles of the Pedagogical System Aimed at Bachelor Training Based on Modern Information Technology

    Sayat G. Kurymbayev, Gulfarida E. Samashova, Zhuldyz E. Alshynbayeva, Aigul O. Mukhametzhanova, Adilzada M. Sharazdin, Kalamkas S. Kalybekova & Umitzhan A. Kosybaeva

    Modern education is aimed at training competent specialists, which requires modernizing the training process by implementing innovative technologies, especially information technologies.... More

    pp. 11771-11790

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  9. Didactic Content of Constructively-Projective Function of Students Learning: The Extrapolation in Information Technology

    Ruslan A. Kutuev, Elvira N. Nuriyeva, Tatyana R. Safiullina, Nina I. Kryukova, Nataliya P. Tagirova & Galina V. Karpenko

    The relevance of the study is conditioned by a radical impact on the learning process of the university by information technology, which put start a new phase in its transformation. According to... More

    pp. 11969-11977

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  10. Distance Learning Approaches in the Mathematical Training of Pedagogical Institutes's Students

    Tatyana Fomina, Grigory Vorobjev & Vladimir Kalitvin

    Nowadays, the Information technologies are more and more widely used in the mathematical education system. The generalization of experience and its implementation by means of the open source... More

    pp. 12145-12154

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