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THE CONTINUITY IN THE EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL RESULTS IN THE SCHOOL-UNIVERSITY SYSTEM Olga Aimaganbetova a, Shunkeyeva Orynkul b, Almurzayeva Bibigul.

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1 THE CONTINUITY IN THE EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL RESULTS IN THE SCHOOL-UNIVERSITY SYSTEM Olga Aimaganbetova a, Shunkeyeva Orynkul b, Almurzayeva Bibigul b a Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave.71, Almaty , Kazakhstan b Aktobe Regional State University named after K.Zhubanov, 34,Moldagulov. str., Aktobe, , Kazakhstan The Annual International Conference on Cognitive - Social, and Behavioural Sciences icCSBs 2015 January

2 Introduction After signing Bologna Declaration in 2010 Republic of Kazakhstan started to realize main aims of integration process, where priority is given to the implementation of credit system on ECTS type – European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System as an instrument for the support of large-scale student mobility. Note, Bucharest communiqué supports educational reforms in Kazakhstan higher educational system: “…Today students gain from a wider sphere of educational opportunities and become more mobile. The concept of integrated space of higher education is in visible future… we will seek to more consistency of educational policy, especially in the sphere of graduation, transfer to three grade system, ECTS credit use, Diploma Appendix issue, quality guarantee increase and qualification frames’ implementation, which includes determination and study results’ estimation”. icCSBs 2015 January

3 Aktobe Regional State University named after K. Zhubanov among first higher educational institutions introduced credit tuition technology based on module principle of the teaching disciplines’ content. It is important the educational process was provided with all necessary informational sources fully: tutorials and workbooks, electronic textbooks, access to net educational sources, active manipulative material, use of base textbook meeting the requirements of European standards, for the students’ self-work - language laboratories, computer classes with interactive boards, video-classes, etc. The primary task of the university is to teach a student to study and learn to orientate in the diversity of scientific material, to use innovative technologies for increasing level of their creative activity and stimulation in the studying process. The efficiency of this work is provided for the account of regular coordination between a student and a teacher in the framework of SSWT (students’ self-work under guidance of the teacher) (E.Mysin and others, 2008). icCSBs 2015 January

4 Methodology Methodological basis of the research of the chosen problem became existing in the pedagogical and psychological science theories and concepts. Research Methods: -comparative historical analysis of literature; -general theoretical and heuristic methods of research; -study and analysis of product documentation activities. icCSBs 2015 January

5 Results For the first time in the Republic of Kazakhstan the score transformational scale was developed by Professor Z. Zhanabayev on the basis of scientific synergy principles (Z. Zhanabayev, 2000, 1996). From the conditions of self-organized systems the following numbers were found: I1=0.567, I2=0.806, I3= The number I1=0.567 is the criterion for the system transfer from zero to the first (dynamic) level. I2=0.806 is the highest level of self-organization where any open system strives for. I3=0.618 is called Fibonacci number defining the “golden ratio” between structure and chaos. Taking into account the statistical character the values of Ik (k-1,2,3) can be linked to traditional five-score system. The maximum score on the discipline is marked as N, the score gained by a student – n. Table 1. Score transformational scale for the traditional (linear) tuition system icCSBs According to Z.ZhanabayevThe US system SharesTraditional markPercents < 0.567«2»< 56.7%< 0.49% 0.567< ≤ 0.618«3»5.67< ≤ < ≤ 74% 0.618< n/N ≤ 0.806«4»6.18< n/N ≤ < n/N ≤ 89% >0.806«5»>80.690< n/N ≤ 100

6 Results The scientific-research work on projecting and implementation of rating system in study-educational process is being done in Kazakhstan. Thus, in Aktobe an experiment “Control-evaluation activity at transfer to 12-year study: score-rating study system” was carried at specialized secondary school No 25 (Kazakhstan, c. Aktobe). The pedagogues – R.Kh.Karpova and A.M.Chub experimenters of highest category worked out a concept of research activity, aim, tasks, expected and intermediate results, implementation stages, etc. Table 3. Knowledge quality of the students, 8a and 8v classes Topics% quality, 8а% quality, 8 v Participle ( points)78,6%30,7% Adverb ( points)82,7%31,3% Conjunction(55-65 points)72,4%31.5% Preposition (17 points – for different test types) 89,6%31,5% Particle(60-70 б.)89,6%30,3% icCSBs 2015 January

7 Conclusion When finding positive and negative outcomes of the implementation of the rating and test study system we can make the following conclusions after one year of the experiment: The rating system allows to take into account most factors of the study process. It is designed for the perfection of the study process and put high demands to the student and the teacher. The pedagogue has always to search and use innovation methods of teaching and control. The experiment results showed multiscore system positively influence to the students’ progress. A possibility of extra sets of the points makes the students more confident, especially those who are poor progressing, gives opportunity to uncover oneself and eliminate knowledge gaps in the process of individual work. This system has strong motivating factor: disciplines the students, allows to control the adoption process of the study material, stimulates the students and a teacher to the purposeful everyday work, fosters the students to do the tasks in time. Together with positive results of rating system there are moments that require reconsideration of the implementation of some methods and ways in the study-educational process of secondary school: the students not always responsibly fill in evaluation forms, forget scores, it is not fully convenient to calculate the score and transfer it to the traditional five-score mark. icCSBs 2015 January

8 Conclusion Thus, the implementation of credit education technology in the universities, the experimental research in secondary schools of Kazakhstan are designed to the knowledge unification on general and fundamental disciplines; to give the students an opportunity independently form the educational trajectory; to eliminate subjectivism at knowledge evaluation; to create competition medium for teachers allowing them to constantly increase their scientific-pedagogical level; permanently to improve the quality of educational services by developing and strengthening the material-technical base of the schools, and the implementation of innovative teaching technologies; to give more time for individual lessons, which allows to develop creative approach in the discipline study and research work. icCSBs 2015 January

9 THE CONTINUITY IN THE EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL RESULTS IN THE SCHOOL-UNIVERSITY SYSTEM Olga Aimaganbetova a, Shunkeyeva Orynkul b, Almurzayeva Bibigul b a Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi ave.71, Almaty , Kazakhstan b Aktobe Regional State University named after K.Zhubanov, 34,Moldagulov. str., Aktobe, , Kazakhstan The Annual International Conference on Cognitive - Social, and Behavioural Sciences icCSBs 2015 January


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