StatusThe thesis was presented on the 24 July, 2020 at the meeting of the Scientific Council and now it is under consideration of the National Council.
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Codreanu Sergiu, Initial training methodology of the professional competences of the chemistry student in an interdisciplinary context. Doctoral thesis in pedagogical sciences, Chișinău, 2020 Structure of the thesis: introduction, 3 chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 163 titles, 158 pages of basic text, 37 tables, 48 figures, 14 annexes. Results published in 19 scientific works.
Key concepts: competence, professional competence, integration, interdisciplinarity, interdisciplinary curriculum, Pedagogical model for initial training, technology of initial training of competence.
Field of study: Pedagogical sciences, School didactics (Chemistry).
The research purpose is to determine the theoretical and methodological benchmarks of initial training / development of professional competences and the elaboration of the Pedagogical Model of initial training of the professional competences of chemistry students in an interdisciplinary context.
The objectives of the research: 1) identifying the conditions and factors for integrating scientific content in the specialties of Chemistry, Chemistry and Biology, Biology and Chemistry in order to make more efficient the process of initial training of professional competences in an interdisciplinary context; 2) elaborating the Pedagogical Model of initial training of the professional competences of chemistry students in an interdisciplinary context; 3) designing interdisciplinary integrated contents and elaborating of the methodology for implementing the interdisciplinary curriculum on free choice Chemistry for life -integrated research; 4) validating through pedagogical experiment of the efficiency of the model and methodology elaborated by mathematical-statistical methods.
The novelty and scientific originality of the research are justified by the elaboration of an initial training model of professional competences in chemistry in an interdisciplinary context, which differs from the existing models by implementing interdisciplinary links between chemistry, computer physics and biology, necessary to form initial professional competences in chemistry design of integrated content and interdisciplinary curriculum for chemistry students: Chemistry for life - integrated research.
The scientific problem solved in the paper consists in theoretical and methodological demonstration through the functionality of the Pedagogical Model of initial training of the professional competences of chemistry students in an interdisciplinary context through the interdisciplinary curriculum: Chemistry for life - integrated research, focused on the initial training of future teachers’ professional competences of and specialists in chemistry.
The results that contribute to solving an important scientific problem: the Methodology for initial training of professional competences of the chemistry student in an interdisciplinary context was developed, which allows the development of personality through research based on connections of disciplines related to Chemistry, which contributes to motivation for conscious and methodical training.
The theoretical significance of the investigation lies in the analysis, specification and establishing theoretical benchmarks produced by interdisciplinary ties on the initial training process of professional competences of future specialists in chemistry through the functionality of the Model, thus solving the problem of initial training of professional competences in chemistry in an interdisciplinary context at Chemistry for Life - research integrated course.
The applicative value of the research is argued by the establishment and demonstration of the theoretical-methodological benchmarks of training and development of professional competences through the functionality of the Pedagogical Model of initial training of the professional competences of chemistry students in an interdisciplinary context and implementation of the Chemistry for Life -integrated research training program within the curriculum, which contributes to initial training professional competences in chemistry in an interdisciplinary context.
The implementation of the scientific results: the developed methodology was used during the interdisciplinary course teaching Chemistry for Life - integrated research.
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