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dc.contributor.authorPrakapas, Romas
dc.contributor.authorAvinaitė, Julija
dc.date.accessioned2014-05-21T10:13:04Z
dc.date.available2014-05-21T10:13:04Z
dc.identifier.urihttps://www3.mruni.eu/ojs/social-work/article/view/699/657
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.mruni.eu/handle/007/11657
dc.description.abstractThis article presents survey data on active teaching methods in legal education courses at higher schools. The presented scientific and practical problem is what these active methods are and how to apply them in legal education lectures and seminars and how students evaluate them. The object of this research is the application of active teaching methods. The goal is to reveal the state of active teaching methods in higher education implementing legal education. Various scientific methods have been applied during the research in order to achieve the set purpose and to formulate conclusions and recommendations. The main methods used in the research are: the literature analysis and an anonymous student’s survey. Collected data was processed by a computer program MS SPSS for Windows 7. Questionnaire survey data processing is based on quantitative analysis. In order to obtain generalization, analysis of the data access was chosen using probability simple random sampling (N = 402). According to the survey, the active methods, while teaching students critical thinking, form the legal education courses during the application of active learning techniques that improve the students' higher-level thinking, collaboration skills, interest promotion in the substance of instruction, involvement in the process of study and practical application of theoretical knowledge. Students’ critical thinking and independence in the learning process were trained as well. It is argued that active learning methods in the learning process depend on the teacher’s preparation and ability to apply them to students to work through the pre-active teaching methods and the study participants' learning differences. The analysis indicates that only one or more active teaching methods are used in the subjects of legal education, and in order to develop student’s abilities comprehensively, for more diverse active learning techniques it is required.en
dc.language.isolten
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.titleAktyviųjų mokymo metodų panaudojimas aukštosiose mokyklose teisinio ugdymo paskaitoseen
dc.title.alternativeThe use of active teaching methods at higher schools in legal education classesen
dc.typeArticleen
dc.description.abstract-ltStraipsnyje pateikiami tyrimo duomenys apie aktyviųjų mokymo metodų taikymą aukštosiose mokyklose teisinio ugdymo paskaitose. Remiantis tyrimo duomenimis, daromos išvados, kad teisinio ugdymo paskaitų metu taikant aktyviuosius mokymo metodus, formuojamas studentų kritinis mąstymas; taikant aktyviuosius mokymo metodus, yra lavinamas studentų aukštesnio lygio mąstymas, bendradarbiavimo įgūdžiai, skatinama domėtis dėstoma medžiaga, įsitraukti į studijų procesą bei praktiškai panaudoti teorines žinias; lavinamas studentų kritinis mąstymas ir savarankiškumas mokantis. Teigiama, kad aktyviųjų mokymo metodų taikymas studijų procese priklauso nuo dėstytojo pasirengimo ir gebėjimo juos taikyti, nuo studentų pasirengimo dirbti, taikant aktyviuosius mokymo metodus, ir nuo studijų dalyvių mokymosi skirtumų. Apibendrinant tyrimo duomenis pažymima, kad daugumoje teisinio ugdymo studijų dalykų yra taikomas tik vienas arba keli aktyvieji mokymo metodai, todėl, norint visapusiškai formuoti studentų gebėjimus, būtina, atsižvelgiant į skirtingus studentų poreikius, taikyti įvairesnius aktyviuosius mokymo metodus, kuriuos teigiamai vertina studentai.en
dc.identifier.aleph000009053en
dc.publication.sourceSocialinis darbas, 2011, Nr. 10(1)en
dc.subject.facultySocialinės politikos fakultetasen
dc.subject.keywordAktyvieji mokymo metodaien
dc.subject.keywordTeisinis ugdymasen
dc.subject.keywordAukštoji mokyklaen
dc.subject.keywordActive teaching methodsen
dc.subject.keywordLegal educationen
dc.subject.keywordHigher schoolen
dc.subject.publicationtypeS3en
dc.subject.sciencedirection07S - Edukologijaen


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