Problems of Control by the Technique Creation of Quality Estimation of Electronic of Training in Realization Conditions of Competition Approach

Problems of Control by the Technique Creation of Quality Estimation of Electronic of Training in Realization Conditions of Competition Approach

Alexander Usoltzev (Ural State Pedagogical University, Russia), Tamara Shamalo (Ural State Pedagogical University, Russia) and Vera Scherbakova (Ural State Pedagogical University, Russia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9489-7.ch038
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Abstract

In this chapter the main contradictions and discrepancies which are available in pedagogical system are considered. Introduction of electronic tutorials and estimation doesn't lead to their disappearance, and causes new aspects at the new level. In difficult systems other, nonlinear regularities therefore efficiency of educational process doesn't increase linearly, in proportion to the used new information technologies work, it is necessary to consider that the assessment plays not only function of correlation (comparison of knowledge and abilities of the pupil his valuable orientations and they got experience of activity with some standards, levels), but also means of motivation. The assessment has to stimulate the pupil to further educational activity, increase his activity. Therefore we consider aspiration to a total objectivity of an assessment, finding of general algorithm for its definition not only senseless, but also harmful.
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Background

We will consider the main contradictions of development of pedagogical system, possibility of means of an electronic assessment and control on their permission and the problems arising thus.

The main contradictions of development of pedagogical system are considered by G. A. Bordovsky allocating three groups of contradictions: contradictions of resources, contradictions of discrepancy and contradiction of consciousness (Bordovsky, 2001).

Key Terms in this Chapter

Pedagogical System: Is the interaction of various interrelated structural components, which are combined in order to develop an educational one of individuality and personality.

Competence-Based Approach: Is an approach to teaching and learning more often used in learning concrete skills than abstract learning.

Electronic Training: Is a skills training using modern computer technology.

Computer Forms of Control: Is ways to control students' knowledge, using computer technology.

Professional Competence: Is the capability to perform the duties of one's profession generally, or to perform a particular professional task, with skill of an acceptable quality.

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