StatusThe thesis was presented on the 11 October, 2019
Approved by NCAA on the 6 December, 2019
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Structure of the thesis: introduction, three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography (155 sources) and 15 annexes, 125 pages of main text, 25 figures, 20 tables.
Publications on the thesis theme: the results of the research are published in 12 scientific papers: 3 - articles in scientific journals in the National Register of profile magazines, 7 - articles in national scientific conferences and 2 articles in proceedings of international scientific conferences.
Field of study: 5. Social and economic sciences. 53. Education sciences.
The purpose of the research targets theoretical foundation, elaboration and experimental validation of the Pedagogical model for formation of the self-management competence of students learning activity.
Research objectives: highlighting the valuable scientific contributions of interpreting the phenomena: competence and learning; epistemological foundation and elaboration of the concept “competence of self-management of students learning activity”; establishing the methodological bases for formation of self-management competence of students learning activity; ascertaining fomation contexts and initial level of students proficiency in acquisitions for self-management competence of the learning activity; elaboration and experimental validation of the Pedagogical model for formation of selfmanagement competence of student learning activity; interpreting the experimental results, deducting the conclusions and elaborating the practical recommendations.
Scientific novelty and originality of the research consist in the scientific argumentation of the concept of self-management competence of the student learning activity; elaboration of the structural content of the SMC of students learning activity; elaboration of performance indicators regarding the level of self-management competence of the student learning activity; demonstrating the valences of various contexts for the formation of the self-management competence of students learning activity transposed into specially elaborated and pedagogically argued model.
The important scientific problem solved in the respective domainn consists in determining the theoretical and methodological foundations of formation of the self-management competence of students learning activity by integrating the pedagogical and psychological theories and elaboration of the Pedagogical model for formation of the self-management competence of students learning activity, which contributed to the efficiency of the professional training of the educators and to the development of the content of the general theory of education.
The theoretical significance of the research consists in theoretical argumentation of the concept of self-management competence of students learning activity; foundation and elaboration of the Pedagogical model for formation of the self-management competence of student learning activity; determining the system of principles (priority of construction "knowledge"; autonomy and individualization / personalization; contextual learning; collaborative learning; priority of formative evaluation), implicitly of the conditions of formation of the SMC of students learning activity in the academic environment.
The applicative value of the research consists in the experimental validation of the instruments (Questionnaire and Observation Sheet) focused on evaluation of the acquisitions for the self-management competence of student learning activity; validation of the Pedagogical model for formation of the selfmanagement competence (PMSMC) of learning activity of the students from academic environment (cycle I); updating the university curriculum at the course “Theory and methodology of speech development”; elaboration of recommendations for educators involved in formation of professional competences.
The implementation of the scientific results was realized based on the pedagogical experiment on a study group of 104 students from the 1st cycle (university studies, bachelor’s degree), faculty of Pedagogy, Geography, Biology and Chemistry of the Tiraspol State University, as well as through scientific publications and papers.
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