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Comparative Analysis of Western and Domestic Practice of Interactive Method Application in Teaching Social and Political Disciplines at the Universities
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Comparative Professional Pedagogy Volume 4, Number 1,

Abstract

The comparative analysis of western and domestic practice of introducing active and interactive methods of studies in the process of teaching social science disciplines has been carried out. Features, realities, prospects and limitations in application of interactive methods of teaching in the process of implementing social-political science courses at Institutes of higher education have been analyzed in western and domestic pedagogical practice. Comparison of western and domestic pedagogical practice in a greater degree demonstrates the presence of numerous failings in the domestic system of education. These failings demonstrate obvious impossibility to inculcate interactive methods on the basis of western standards. However through these negative aspects it is possible to notice structural lines peculiar to domestic Institutes of higher education. At all negative loading these limitations in domestic educational realities at the nearest consideration have positive influence. Measures on optimization of introducing interactive technologies at domestic Institutes of higher education have been offered. Today interactive methods are "difficult" both for realization by a domestic teacher and for the perception by a modern student. The main point of the research is the refusal from traditional subject-object forms of lessons and transition to common work of a teacher and a student as the main tendency of developing methods of teaching social and political disciplines at the universities

Citation

Hladka, H. (2014). Comparative Analysis of Western and Domestic Practice of Interactive Method Application in Teaching Social and Political Disciplines at the Universities. Comparative Professional Pedagogy, 4(1), 51-56. Retrieved July 22, 2019 from .

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