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description Journal article public ScienceRise: Pedagogical Education

Practical Aspects of Using Visual Resources in Teacher's Professional Activities

Natalya Zhytienova
Published 2019

Abstract

Today, the use of visualization in the process of studying disciplines of the school course is an undeniable educational trend, however, such an activity requires appropriate training from the teacher. The article highlights the practical issues of preparing a future teacher for the use of didactic visual aids in professional activities. The author proposed four groups of practical tasks that can be used in the process of preparing future teachers for the use and creation of didactic visual aids. The first group of tasks relates to the processing of information for a visual tool that is created, with highlighting visual anchors and metaphors; the second group involves tasks for a critical analysis of didactic visual resources; the third group provides for the design of a visual resource, using modern tools; the fourth group contains tasks of a design nature to create a set of visual aids. To support the implementation of certain tasks, the author developed a diagnostic material, namely a questionnaire that contains a number of questions with answer options for analyzing the quality and comprehensibility of visualization, which is presented to students, the necessary tasks for content analysis of didactic visual means for its possible improvement, options and directions of its diverse use, etc., a checklist has been developed for introspection and reflection on the use of a visual resource that will help the teacher determine share important points for the effective application of visualization in future activities. The developed diagnostic materials can be useful for teachers in higher education, teacher-scientists, for students in the process of advanced training, as well as students in the process of independent work

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