The Technique of Chemistry Lyceum Students’ Research Position Development: Research of Effectiveness
 
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Transbaikal State University, Chita, Russia
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Amur State University, Blagoveshchensk, Russia
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Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sport, Youth and Tourism, Moscow, Russia
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Mikhail Y. Shvetsov   

Transbaikal State University, Chita, Russia
Publish date: 2017-10-27
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2016;11(1):20–28
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Reproductive ways of training make the core of a pre-university preparation system. In this regard, both the development of techniques aimed to form students’ research position and their experimental verification in the conditions of lyceum are considered in the paper. The following has been chosen as the leading methods in the research of the proposed technique effectiveness: empirical (questioning, interviewing, conversation, testing, ranging); observation (direct, indirect, and long-term pedagogical survey); praximetric (analysis of activity products); pedagogical experiment (stating, forming and control stages); synthesis of pedagogical experience; methods of mathematical and statistical data interpretation (correlation analysis). The article provides the stages of students’ research position development; the technique has been elaborated and its effectiveness has been experimentally proved; components of students’ research position formation have been revealed. The validity of students’ research position formation upon systematic use of didactic tools – complex educational and research tasks constructed on the object content of the studied discipline and providing multifactorial experimenting has been proved.
 
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