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International Journal of Environmental and Science Education

2016 Volume 11, Number 6

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The Study of the Application Rate of Effective Learning Technologies in Self-Regulation of KFU and VIIU Students

    Anvar N. Khuziakhmetov & Azimi Sayed Amin

    The aim of the present research is the study of the application rate of learning technologies in KFU and VIIU electronic courses to improve students' self-regulation. For this aim, this research... More

    pp. 1073-1078

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  2. Organizational and Pedagogical Conditions for Training Teachers under Distance Education Framework

    Anvar N. Khuziakhmetov, Dilyara N. Suleymanova, Ramis R. Nasibullov & Ilnar F. Yarullin

    Distance education in a professional higher school is of particular importance in terms of fundamental changes in modern educational institutions. This form of training together with the expansion ... More

    pp. 1091-1103

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  3. The Project Method as Practice of Study Activation

    Zulfiya Kh. Fazlyeva, Dina P. Sheinina & Natalia A. Deputatova

    Relevance of the problem stated in the article is determined by new teaching approach uniting the traditional teaching experience with that of the modern information technologies, all being merged ... More

    pp. 1257-1265

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  4. The Model of Forming Communicative Competence of Students in the Process of Teaching the English Language

    Rezida A. Fahrutdinova, Rifat R. Fahrutdinov & Rinat N. Yusupov

    The relevance of the topic is specified by the necessity of forming the communicative competence of students in the process of teaching of the English language in the institute of higher education.... More

    pp. 1285-1294

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  5. Integrating Role-Play with Case Study and Carbon Footprint Monitoring: A Transformative Approach to Enhancing Learners' Social Behavior for a More Sustainable Environment

    Simon Oliver

    Learners were separated into groups representing the interests of parties that typically negotiate environmental affairs in real world scenarios (conservationists, scientists, politicians, NGOs,... More

    pp. 1323-1335

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