Pavliuk, R.O.; Liakh, T.L.; Bezpalko, O.V.; Klishevych, N.A. Research-Based Training: Methodological Characteristics and Results of the Analysis of Educational Programs. Soc. Sci.2017, 6, 152.
Pavliuk, R.O.; Liakh, T.L.; Bezpalko, O.V.; Klishevych, N.A. Research-Based Training: Methodological Characteristics and Results of the Analysis of Educational Programs. Soc. Sci. 2017, 6, 152.
The purpose of the article is to determine the peculiarities of using of teaching elements of research-based training at the Institute of Human Sciences of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. Based on the focus group methodology, the authors identify the key methodological characteristics of research-based training, which have been put into basis of analysis of educational programs for the purpose of determining the application of tasks that contribute to the development of research skills of students. The study used a method of focus group. Its purpose was to obtain the necessary information from the participants to describe the methodological basis and justification of methods, forms, indicators, etc. of research-based training system among people who are competent, have experience in this field. After that, the method of "theoretical sampling" was used, which enabled to formulate generalized characteristics according to the results of focus groups. The practical value of the study is determination of the methodological characteristics of research-based training which is the basis for the application of tasks by university teachers that promote the development of research competence of students. The research is one of the first attempts to determine the methodological characteristics of research-based training in Ukraine.
research-based training; methodological characteristics; development of research skills.
SOCIAL SCIENCES, Education Studies
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