A model of pedagogical interaction between the teacher and students in distance education
This article deals with different approaches to understanding the essence of and modelling pedagogical interaction. The authors propose a model of ped-agogical interaction between the teacher and students in distance learning at a modern university.
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Geodemography of the Saint Petersburg Suburbs
... Leningrad region — a product of the territory’s development in the Soviet period of Russia’s history. The lengthy process of border formation has given it a peculiar character. The most vibrant and attractive areas of the suburbs are located at a distance of 14—32 km from the centre of Saint Petersburg, between the isochrones of forty- and ninety-minute transport accessibility. Lying at a distance of approximately 60 km from the city centre, the two-hour travel time band marks the border of ...
Ethnic identity of students as a determinant of their understanding of other cultural groups
... of a study on the impact of Russian students’ ethnic identity on their social perceptions of students of Chinese, Tajik, Armenian, Kazakh and Russian cultures, emphasizes the dependence of the type of ethnic identity on such a parameter as social distance. Also, the authors provide a list of actions which may contribute to a positive ethnic identity and adequate social perception of members of other cultures, which can diminish a number of interethnic interaction problems.
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The application of the hermeneutic technology of remote training the case of the Database course in the framework of Business Informatics bachelor’s programme
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hermeneutics, information hermeneutics, distance learning, hermeneutics technologies of distance learning, hermeneutical approach to pedagogy, databases.
A pool of water soluble antioxidants in some plants of the Kaliningrad region
... article focuses on a pool of water-soluble antioxidants in certain plants of the true grasses (Gramíneae) and legume (Fabaceae) families in the Kaliningrad region in connection with the environmental conditions of their habitat, namely, the varying distance to the Sea coast. It is shown that the level of water-soluble antioxidants was higher in the vegetative parts in the true grasses and the generative parts in the legumes with the exception of the Big-leaved Lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus (L)). The ...
The externalisation of migration control in the European Union: first steps towards the external dimension of the space of freedom, security and justice
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The efficiency of applying electronic education technologies at the final stage of preparation for the Unified State Exam in mathematics
Through the case of general educational institutions of the Kaliningrad region, the authors consider the methods for increasing the level of students’ preparation for the Unified State Examination in mathematics through using the system of distance learning for training and monitoring the level of preparation. The authors describe the approach, which makes it possible not only to present the content and function of computer-assisted testing, but also to provide teachers and authorities ...
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An innovative approach to increasing the financial literacy of non-economics students
This article explores the enhancement of financial literacy in non-economics students. Current national and international practices of distance learning focusing on financial literacy are analysed. The study proposes an innovative approach to teaching the Money and Money Management gamified distance-learning course to non-economics students. The results of course development and implementation ...
The dynamics of agricultural land use in the North-West of Russia and the Baltic countries
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Impact of remigration on the worksphere under Covid-19: the case of Lithuania
... social remittances, the ways they are transmitted and their acceptance in the work sphere. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the work sphere was heavily affected as many workplaces were closed because of the quarantine and requirements to maintain social distancing. Thus, the second aim of this article is to investigate the impact of Covid-19 on the transfer of remigrants’ social remittances to the work sphere. The article is based on 15 interviews with highly-qualified remigrants and five interviews ...
Modeling of dynamics of distribution of attention in protses-sah a goal-setting
... development of emotional experience, keenness of attention and the value containing the excitation zone stimulus. A mathematical model was devised and tested. The model determines changes in keenness of attention depending on the intensity of emotions and the distance between the stimulus and the current point in the space of mental images. The model is based on the application of the Gaussian function together with the law of emesis intensity changes.
On the ideological distance between relevant candidates for the presidency of the Republic of Poland in 2010
This article presents an analytical review of the programmes of the registered candidates for the position of the President of Poland in the presidential campaign of 2010. The article mainly focuses on the relevant players and the formation of centers of influence in the electoral campaign.
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The conservation laws in the Euler problem about two attractive centers and the integration of the dynamic equations
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"All bigger things are clearer from a distance": some results of cooperation between philologists from the Immanuel Kant State University of Russia and the University of Warmia and Mazury
The author analyses cooperation of slavists from the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University and University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. This cooperation began in 1980 when an agreement of cooperation between the two universities was signed. The paper focuses on the main areas of cooperation and assesses its results. The author gives credit to the leading scholars who made an invaluable contribution to the development of this cooperation.
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An interpolation of a supervision system by RTD method
One of the problems of interpretation of seismic data is that they are often measured on an irregular grid with large distances between the sources and receivers, which affects the outcome of processing. The article discusses the possibility of using the procedure RTD (Reverse Time Datuming) [1-4] to ob-tain the wave field with a dense and regular geometry of sources ...
Algorithms of determining of bodies in a 3D irregular point cloud
A technique for recognition of shapes of bodies in a 3D point cloud is de-scribed. At the first step cloud clustering is conducted using the criterion of maximum distance between the points to identify the bodies being determined. Then proceeding to voxel presentation is being done. Existence of a tetrahe-dron with its points in cloud points and size-limited sides for which the voxel being tested is internal is ...
The Intercessor Type of Marian Iconography: Icons from the Kaliningrad Regional Museum of History and Art
... Deesis row’ from the collection of the Kaliningrad Regional Museum of History and Art. The results of the analysis suggest that the Intercessor type of Marian iconography is characterised by a full- or half-length image, showing Virgin Mary from a distance. She is painted without the Child and holding a scroll. The text on the scroll may vary depending on the shade of meaning the icon painter attempted to convey. However, it always communicates the message of advocacy and intercession of Mother ...
The problems of modernising research staff training: the German experience against the background of European reforms
... example of German universities, the features of reforms in the PhD education management system, which have been carried out over the last decade in European countries.
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Dipolarization of the earth magnetic field and charge particles precipitation from the magnetic flux tube
... the substorm in the nightside magnetosphere enhancement of the magnetic field and decrease the plasma pressure is observed simultaneously. Enhancement of the magnetic field is recorded at first in the tail of the magnetosphere, and then at more closer distances from the Earth. This process takes a few minutes and covers the region in the magnetosphere of 10 Earth radii. One of possible explanations of this phenomenon is associated with cooling magnetic flux tubes caused by the precipitation of the ...
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Consumer right as a socioeconomic and legal category
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On the Dual Role of the Translator of Poetry and the Division of Roles
... between the reader and the author of the source text, a co-author, a linguistic innovator, a poet, and a linguist. The two latter roles are crucial for translating poetry. Translators of poetry create ‘their own’ texts. It is obvious that they cannot distance themselves completely from their poetic selves and their language personalities. At the same time, translators of poetry must convey the linguistic features of the original. This requires a comparison of the source and target languages and the ...
The content and vectors of the reforms in the higher education system of modern China
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Coastal location as a development factor of the cities in the Baltic region
... city is studied with the reference to the methods of statistical and cartographic analysis. The authors have drawn the conclusion about a potentially higher ranking of coastal cities as centers of attraction for the population (primarily located at a distance of up to 50 km from the sea).
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The comparative aspects of breeding bird fauna in Kaliningrad and other European cities
... location in 10 European cities. The Kaliningrad breeding bird fauna exhibits the greatest similarity with the avifauna of Poznan and the least similarity is with the avifauna of Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. Similarity of species composition reduces as the distance increases
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Problems of the development of pre-agglomeration (semiperipheral) municipalities on the example of the Gvardeysk urban district
... formation of growth points and the relationship between the center and the periphery affects both economic and social issues, and therefore there is a need to analyze the ongoing economic and demographic processes in municipalities located at different distances from the agglomeration, with the aim of developing effective tools for spatial development that affect the entire territorial socio- economic system (region) The purpose of this study is to identify the main development problems of a special ...
Ways to improve soft skills model for teaching topographic anatomy and operative surgery
... methods of knowledge as-sessment. Two hundred seventy students were surveyed to explore their attitudes to testing, working with digital anatomical maps, and a possible improvement of the training process by using interactive 3D anatomical atlases and distance learning elements in studying clinical anatomy cases. The findings suggest that traditional assessment methods neither improve academic performance nor contribute to «knowledge longevity». Using digital anatomical maps, however, is positively ...
Factors of self-actualization of student youth in the context of cross-cultural interaction and the mastering of a macro-mediator language
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Transboundary Clusters in the Coastal Zones of the European Part of Russia: Inventory, Typology, Factors, and Prospects
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Structural Changes in the Economy of the Russian Northwest: Spatial Dimension
... gross value added index helps to identify the upward and downward trends in each sector compared to the national average. Based on this analysis, the authors describe the nature of changes in the NWFD sectoral specialisation, which correlated with the distance to large economic centres — Moscow and St. Petersburg. The authors prove that the economic development of the Northwest macroregion follows the ‘core-periphery’ pattern. The regional economy structure depends on the position of a given ...
The structure of political elite networks in the Republic of Poland in 1993—2013
... of the study, biographical data on the presidents, ministers, advisors, and party leaders of the Republic of Poland was collected and processed. The work follows the network analysis paradigm and identifies the dynamics of the key network parameters: distance, density, transitivity, and compactness. The author analyses the dynamics of representation in the structure of political territorial diaspora elites, business community members, and ‘moral politicians’. The article identifies two periods ...
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Kant and the Crusians in the Debate on Optimism
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