IKBFU's Vestnik

2012 Issue №05

A glossary for a social educator-researcher-logician engaged in organisational and communicative activity with teenage twins in the system of supplementary education

Abstract

This article features a glossary, which explains the phenomenon of twins and serves as a benchmark of social and professional activity for a pedagogical team or a supplementary education institution and will also be helpful for eve-ryone bringing up twins or communicating with them.

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Modern approaches to the selection of teaching aids in a foreign (English) languages at a non-linguistic university

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This article is devoted to the problem of selecting the content of the “for-eign language” university course, in particular the selection of textbooks on the basis of modern psychological and pedagogical approaches. In order to im-prove the quality of teaching languages at university, the author suggests considering the content and structural component of textbooks from the pers-pective of the formation of students’ autonomy — one of the key notions of modern pedagogics.

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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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This paper identifies the features of hermeneutics application in pedagogical science. The authors define and describe the pedagogical nature of herme-neutical technology of remote training on the basis of information hermeneutics. The stages of the process of application of remote training hermeneutical technology is analysed through addressing the case of the “Database” course.

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The features of T. P. Krasavina’s methodology: “Classical ballet: the flow of movement”

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This article considers a little-known work of T.P. Krasavina entitled “Classical ballet: the flow of movement”, which is dedicated to the ethodologi-cal problems from the perspective of her dancing experience. For the frist time, Russian readers have a change to get acquainted with the methodological heritage of the famous ballet dancers of the Mariinsky Theatre company and
S. P. Dyagilev’s company, who had considerable influence on British ballet as the vice president of the Royal Academy of Dance in London.

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