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developing a methodology for assessing high school studentsí attitude to educational activities [ALRJournal]
ALRJournal. 2020; 4(7): 54-58 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2020.41275

developing a methodology for assessing high school studentsí attitude to educational activities

Nailya Nurgayanovna Askhadullina, Liliya Rinatovna Khaliullina
Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University

The requirements for a modern school focus on achieving the effectiveness of educational activities of educational subjects. In these conditions, the personal effectiveness of the educational activity of pupils is the basic component of the process oriented towards increasing the effectiveness of an educational organization as a whole, which determines the trends in its change. Achievement of personal educational activity effectiveness by schoolchildren is largely due to the attitude of educational subjects (pupils, their parents and teachers) and the attitude is formed on the basis of an assessment of the pupilsí educational activity results. Primary attention regarding the indicated problem should be paid to the attitude of schoolchildren to learning activities. The foregoing determines the relevance of developing a methodology for assessing pupils' attitudes towards learning activities.
The paper presents the results of the ascertaining experiment conducted in order to identify the attitude of pupils (grades 8-11) to learning activities.
The theoretical significance of the study is that the constituent components of the methodology for assessing the attitude of pupils to educational activities (motive-goal-means-control and reflection-correction) are scientifically substantiated.
Practical significance of the research is represented by development of methodological recommendations for teachers on assessing the educational activities of pupils, based on the discrepancies and advantages of educational activities identified during the survey of pupils of grades 8-11.

Keywords: Learning activity, attitude, assessment, schoolchildren, teacher, learning activity motives.

Nailya Nurgayanovna Askhadullina, Liliya Rinatovna Khaliullina. developing a methodology for assessing high school studentsí attitude to educational activities. ALRJournal. 2020; 4(7): 54-58

Corresponding Author: Nailya Nurgayanovna Askhadullina, Russia
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