ARPHA Proceedings 3: 2121-2133, doi: 10.3897/ap.2.e2121
Ergonomic Conditions of Improving Educational Process Quality
expand article infoElena V. Ryabova, Albina S. Dzhangazieva, Inessa V. Gorina
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The paper relevance is determined by the fact that the Russian state educational policy is aimed at ensuring quality of education at all levels. The issue of a need for high-quality educational process requires the system of education to change traditional approaches to education in general. Therefore, the study is aimed at checking the efficiency of ergonomic conditions, meant for improvement of the quality of younger schoolchildren education, their identification and testing. Meeting the study objective required conducting an experiment, applying an expert evaluation method and a mathematical statistics method – Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient. The study results show that ergonomic conditions of the training of younger schoolchildren facilitate improvement of the school educational process, make the process of comprehensive development of the person and his/her individual traits efficient, provides for proper training of the younger generation in a safe and developing environment and maintain the health of younger schoolchildren and prevent study-related diseases (short-sightedness, scoliosis, etc.). Practical relevance of the study results lies in the fact that the study materials have served a basis for developing methodological recommendations for students of pedagogical majors on ensuring the training of younger schoolchildren with ergonomic conditions, which can be used in practices of primary school teachers, educational psychologists, social care teachers, as well as in the system of advanced training of teaching staff. Implementation of ergonomic conditions in educational institutions also offers new opportunities in training both of younger schoolchildren and of trainees of different age groups and with different educational needs.
ergonomic conditions, quality, educational process, trainees, younger schoolchildren