List of publications on a keyword: «questionnaire»

Проблемы повышения качества образования в современных условиях

Publication date: 26.11.2015
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Lukina Olga Vladimirovna , candidate of economic sciences , доцент
Puzynia Viktoriia Vasilevna , студентка
ФГБОУ ВПО «Санкт-Петербургский государственный торгово-экономический университет» , Санкт-Петербург г

«Оценка студентами новых образовательных стандартов в системе высшего образования»

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The article analyzes the effectiveness of the implementation of new educational standards in system of higher education in Russia. The article focuses on the positive and negative sides of these innovations. An assessment by the students is intended to prove the existence of students-oriented approach to education and also to help in the implementation of international educational standards in the practice of Russian universities.

Педагогические науки

Publication date: 24.08.2016
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Bautin Denis Aleksandrovich , студент
FSBEI of HE "Kuban State Technological University" , Краснодарский край

«School as an institute of public relations in modern pupil's perception»

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The article deals with the role of school and pupils' attitude to it. Analyzing the problem the author uses questionnaire data of XX and beginning of XX century presented in tables.

Социальная психология

Publication date: 13.01.2017
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Malinauskas Ramualdas Kazemirovich , doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor , профессор
Schupokas Paulyus , магистрант
Lithuanian Sports University , Lithuania

«Leadership qualities of freshmen and juniors, studying at collages»

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The aim of the study was to examine the characteristics of leadership qualities in 1st year and 3rd year students enrolled in Lithuanian colleges. To achieve this goal 36-point Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire, developed by Bass and Avolio, was used. The results showed that 3rd year students have significantly higher levels of inspiration, compared with 1st year students.