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Journal: Herald of Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics (Vol.107, No. 3)

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Page : 135-144

Keywords : constructive alignment bilingual teaching; project method; activation of cognitive activity; Interactive Technologies.;

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Background. In higher education reform is education-formation, accompanied by a significant decline in the amount of classroom hours per academic disciplines and increasing hours of private study. It's time to teach students basic knowledge in their discipline, and teach to solve situational tasks gradually raising creativity. How to improve the quality of education in the reduction of hours? Analysis of recent research and publications. Australian teacher-psychologist John Biggs proposed the concept of "Constructive Alignment", which has been successfully implemented in universities around the world. According to the concept of constructive alignment problem no teacher in the transmission of information and the organization of learning of students based on acquired knowledge, understandings, skills. New technologies are being developed and implemented in KNTEU on the example of teaching chemical disciplines. The process of identity formation, open to interaction with others SRI-volume, is the introduction of bilingual education. Experience of inter-disciplinary seminars is also interesting. Now the project method is one of the most promising methods. The aim of the article is to investigate the impact of psychological and pedagogical methods of interactive technologies to enhance the cognitive interest of students to study chemical disciplines during the educational reform, accompanied by a decline in hours of classroom discipline and increasing hours of private study. Materials and methods. The methodological basis of the study is a systematic approach to the synthesis of constructive alignment methods, bilingual teaching, project method, interdisciplinary seminars proposed and used to improve the quality of education. The basis of the study are lectures, laboratory classes, conferences, Consumer festivals, round tables, seminars, workshops held in KNTEU. Results. The following innovations were considered and implemented in the educational process of studying chemical subjects: constructive alignment, bilingual teaching, project method, conducting interdisciplinary seminars. Contributed to unite students of FTTP and FRHTB in Science Club "Chemists of KNTEU" Scientific Society of Students, doctoral students and young scientists. This intensified participation of students in the educational process and scientific research work, the results of which are represented at seminars, conferences, workshops, festivals Consumers, interdisciplinary seminars, in Ukrainian and English. Conclusion. To activate the learning of students during educational reform, accompanied by a decline in classroom hours per academic disciplines and increasing hours of private study, are useful psychological-pedagogical methods of Interactive Technologies (structural alignment, bilingual teaching, project method). The study found a positive effect of integrating these methods in the learning process in the classroom and at independent work. Constant interaction with students as a teacher in the classroom and in the outside classroom time displays revitalization of teaching and learning of students to a qualitatively new level. There is a new formation of students communication skills, self-education, self-development and self-management. To achieve successful results in complex implementation methods that are teaching innovation required prolonged and constant psychological and pedagogical, methodical preparation. Reform in Universities of Ukraine requires study and implementation of experience of the best schools in the world and poses a constant job search and implementation of effective activation of innovative teaching and learning of students.

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