Case method in quasi-professional training of prospective teachers

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Natalia Dmitrenko
Oksana Voloshyna
Tetiana Melnychuk
Iryna Holovska
Hanna Dutka
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In the study, the technology of work with cases in quasi-professional training of prospective teachers was designed and the results of academic progress were monitored. The designed technology of work on cases was based on the principles of the competent education. The diagnostic methods were chosen in accordance with the goals of the study experiment that allowed monitoring the dynamics of the researched qualities. The expert evaluation was based on the developed scale of 10 in accordance with the cognitive levels: knowledge, understanding, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The experiment has proved that forming and control the competencies with the help of designed technology are more productive that allows making a conclusion about its productivity as well as the effectiveness of created pedagogical conditions. The technology of work with cases in quasi-professional training of prospective teachers includes methods and forms of studying, the description of students’ and teacher’s activity, and has the following components: a target, tasks, the organizational and pedagogical conditions, the informative component, the diagnostics and control, the structure of interaction, the technological component, and the effectiveness. The realization of case technology can be presented at three stages: the preparatory stage, the executive stage, the reflexive stages, which are described by the target, methods and forms, the students’ activity, forming competencies, the teacher’s activity, and control of results. The experimental study of implementing technology of using the case method in the educational process was conducted on the basis of Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynsky State Pedagogical University among pre-service teachers (96 participants) during two semesters while studying the course of Pedagogics.


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Natalia Dmitrenko, Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University

Doctor of Science in Pedagogy, Associate Professor in Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine. She has been teaching English as a foreign language and methods of teaching foreign languages for more than 20 years at graduate and undergraduate programmes. She has presented and published more than 100 research studies in the field of pedagogy, theory of education, methods of teaching English at different scientific conferences and in journals both at international and national levels. Her research interests include English for specific and academic purposes, methods of teaching English, information and communication technologies in education, autonomous learning, problem-based learning in teaching English as a foreign language. Researcher ID: M-3479-2018

Oksana Voloshyna, Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University

PhD in Pedagogy, Assistant Professor of the Department of Pedagogy, Vocational Education and Management of Educational Institutions at Vinnytsya Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University, Ukraine. She teaches disciplines: pedagogy, methodology of education, basis pedagogical skills, educational technology and history of pedagogy. She is supervisor of pedagogical practice and a tutor of master students. She is a head of methodological seminar of the Department of Pedagogy, Vocational Education and Management of Educational Institutions. Scientific interests are connected with the problem of training of future teachers to upbringing work at schools. ResearcherID: AA-9675-2020

Tetiana Melnychuk , Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University

Tetiana Melnychuk works as Assistant Professor at Department of Culture, Methodology of Teaching History and Special Historical Disciplines at Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University. She teaches disciplines: School Course of History and Methods of its Teaching, Fundamentals of Pedagogical Skills, Fundamentals of Scientific Research. Tetiana Melnychuk is the head of educational-methodical laboratory «Inspiration Club». She improves her skills working with students, school teachers, conducting webinars and trainings for teachers. Research interests: Agrarian History of Ukraine, Methods of Teaching History. ResearcherID: AAE-5560-2021

Iryna Holovska, Communal Higher Education Institution “Vinnytsia Humanities Pedagogical College”

Head of the Department of Germanic and Slavic Philology, Candidate of Pedagogical Science, works at the Faculty of Philology. A teacher of Communicative Strategies of English, Business English, Methodology of Teaching Foreign Languages. Regularly improves skills at higher educational institutions of Ukraine and Europe. Scientific interests: multicultural education, methods of teaching foreign languages, professional training of future foreign language teachers. ResearcherIDAAC-6157-2022

Hanna Dutka, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

DrSc in Pedagogy, Professor, The Department of Mathematics and Statistics.


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