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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Edukologija / Education (S007)
Author(s): Butkutė, Raminta
Title: Frontalaus, grupinio ir individualaus mokymo santykis pradinėse klasėse integravimo sąlygomis
Other Title: Frontal, cooperative and individual learning relation in integrated primary classes
Extent: 82 p.
Date: 20-Jun-2006
Keywords: integrated education;mokymo metodai;integruotas ugdymas;heterogeninės klasės
Abstract: There are revealed frontal, cooperative and individual peculiarities of studying methods in this Master`s work. These methods are aimed in Lithuanian, Mathematics and World study lessons in integrated primary class, there is shown how teacher has to plan his/her work and to join frontal, cooperative and individual relations of work forms.Object of research: teaching methods are put into heterogenic primary classes.Problem of research: frontal, cooperative and individual methods of work applying under integrate training conditions.Purpose of research: to reveal how to optimize studying by various work forms in integrate training structure. Tasks of research: 1. After studying didactic sources, psychological literature and juridical documents to investigate frontal, cooperative and individual relation of studying methods in integrate educational system. 2. To establish frontal, cooperative and individual peculiarities of studying methods in Lithuanian, Mathematics and World study lessons. 3. To reveal abilities of studying optimize joing different forms of studying. 4. To prepare recommendations for teachers. Methods of research: 1. Analysis of didactics sources, psychological literature and juridical documents. 2. Qualitative research. Observation of pedagogical process. Observation was done in primary classes of Kaunas secondary regular and special schools where at least one pupil is studying according modify, adapt or special program. There were observed 79 Lithuanian, Mathematics and World study lessons. Research revealed that frontal work takes up not a small part of lesson, but is usefulness is not sufficient. Many of pupils (especially with special needs) are absent minded. During cooperative work a big part of pupils can work only with teachers co-ordination and pupils with special needs are not absolutely self – dependent. During individual work bigger attention is given to pupils with special needs. This method is the best for such kind of pupils and it helps to satisfy their training needs.
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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