Building the competence of teamwork through active learning methods

Volume 6, Number 1, 2021, P. 60–66

[ PEDAGOGICAL SCIENCES ]

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Abstract:

In the conditions of project management in all industries, specialists are required not only a high level of proficiency in modern technologies, but also the skills of teamwork, the ability to quickly adapt to emerging new working conditions, while showing mobility, independence, creativity, that is, to be a mobile team performer. For the development of this competence, especially students of non-language areas and profiles, active teaching methods are known to be the most effective. The aim of the study is to justify the importance and effectiveness of active teaching methods when teaching a foreign language to students of technical profiles of the university as a means of developing team competence. The method of researching active methods of team competence was based on materials of study and analysis of sources on the problem, definition and use of methods (experimentation, identification and testing of active methods and technologies, development of diagnostic. The novelty of the study is seen by the authors in the use of active methods as a means of forming the competence of the work in the team of students (including bilinguals) technical profiles by means of foreign language, as well as in determining the mechanisms for assessing the formation of this competence. The use of the most effective teaching methods has shown a sufficient level of team competence of students; diagnostic methods for assessing the formation of students’ readiness to work in a team have been clarified. The reliability of the results is confirmed by the conclusions of experts from among the teachers of other departments (10 people); using mathematical methods of processing statistics (quantitative, qualitative and parametric analysis, data registration, scaling, averages, tcriterion11, F-criterion Fischer).

Keywords:

teamwork, competence, specificity of non-language training, bilingual students, active teaching methods, foreign language

Authors:

Anna Д. Malysheva, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Technical Disciplines, Institute of Foreign Philology and Regional Studies, North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov, Yakutsk, Russia

Alla D. Nikolaeva, Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor, Head of the Department of Pedagogy, Educational Institute, North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov, Yakutsk, Russia

For citation:

Malysheva A.D., Nikolaeva A.D. (2021) Building the competence of teamwork through active learning methods. Sotsial’naya kompetentnost’ = Social Competence. Vol. 6. No. 1. P. 60–66. (In Russ.)

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