StatusThe thesis was presented on the 3 July, 2020 at the meeting of the Scientific Council and now it is under consideration of the National Council.
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Thesis structure: The thesis includes: introduction, three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography - 171 sources, 12 annexes. In total, the thesis contains – 132 pages of basic text, 24 figures and 28 tables. The obtained results are published in 14 scientific papers.
The research domain: University pedagogy.
The purpose of the research consists in the theoretical and methodological foundation of the development of time management competence through self-regulated learning of students in formal and non-formal context.
Research objectives: analysis of conceptual approaches to time management in educational theory and practice; identifying the positions regarding the definition of the concept of self-regulated student learning; elucidating the correlation between time management and self-regulated student learning; diagnosing the initial level of development of time management competence in self-regulated student learning; elaboration of the psycho-pedagogical model of time management competence in the context of self-adjusted learning; experimental validation of the psycho-pedagogical model of time management competence development in the context of self-adjusted learning.
Novelty and scientific originality of the research is objectified by updating and extending the concept of time management and self-regulated learning, which represents an educational-formative approach aimed at a set of actions aimed at actively and responsible involvement in the planning of the academic study; elaboration and implementation of the Psycho-pedagogical Model for developing time management competence in the context of self-regulated learning; theoretical foundation of the dimensions of time management competence in the self-regulated learning of students.
The important scientific problem solved in research consists in the theoretical and applicative foundation of the psycho-pedagogical Model of time management competence in the context of selfregulated learning in elucidating reciprocity between time management and self-regulated learning having as effect professional training performance in the environment academic university.
The theoretical significance of the research. The research has enabled us to define the concept of time management from the perspective of the students self-learning by identifying the principles of time management, conditions of time, factors and functions As well as time management methods; conceptualizing the psychopedagogical model of developing the competence of time management in the self-learning of students, focused on the dimensions of processing, design and self-development; Let's show that the psychopedagogical model of development of time management competence in the selflearning of students is functional in the process of initial vocational training of future specialists in the university.
The practical significance of the thesis is represented by the experimental elaboration and valorization of the psychopedagogical model of the time management competence that represents a validated pedagogical approach to the development of the management competence of time to students, centered on learning needs; elaboration of the programme of formative activities on the development of time management competence on dimensions and performance indicators for each content unit; elaboration and application of performance indicators and dimensions of competence, as well as the development mechanism on the competence of time management in students.
Implementation of scientific results The results of the research are implemented in the teaching process by teaching the course of the Psychopedagogy of self-learning by capitalizing on theoreticalapplicative fundamentals developed and structured in the psychopedagogical model of the competence of Time management in the context of self-learning in students, including through communications to national and international scientific conferences and scientific publication
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