Development of project activities for teachers and students of the education system
The main purpose of the article is to identify and analyze the main mechanisms for the development and improvement of project activities for teachers and students of the education system and a brief analysis of the content and structure and determination of an important condition for the development of pedagogical activities in connection with project activities. Changes in social life taking place in our time require the development of new methods of education, pedagogical technologies dealing with the individual development of the individual. It is necessary to develop students' ability to think independently, to acquire and apply knowledge. This is due to the introduction of methods and technologies into the educational process based on the design and research activities of students. To achieve this goal, it is necessary to highlight the essential attributes of activity, analyze various interpretations of project activities and concepts similar in content to it, determine the components of pedagogical activity, make a comparative analysis of pedagogical and project activities and prove that project activity is a condition for the development of pedagogical activity. As a result, the main mechanisms and techniques for the development and improvement of project activities for teachers and students of the education system were analyzed and investigated.
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