JTIE 2010, 2(1):68-78 | 10.5507/jtie.2010.012

RESEARCH EXAMINATION OF THE OPTIONS TO INCREASE THE EDUCATION EFFECTIVENESS IN THE TECHNICAL SUBJECTS AT THE 2. LEVEL OF PRIMARY SCHOOL USING HYPERTEXT EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL

Ľubomír ŽÁČOK
Katedra techniky a technológií, Fakulta prírodných vied UMB, Tajovského 40, 974 01 Banská Bystrica, SR

The teacher as the activator of the process of education, he can control and teach the pupils using technical data, though he must be able to have own reflexion and evaluation for himself. He supports individual, but kooperative work of pupils as well, he keeps pedagogical, psychological and social aspects at the education. He uses appropriate educational stuff and the didactical technics. The new medias and various innovative excercises are motivating elements from the subject of the technics and the new technologies. Our aim is to propose the systém of controlled study for pupils using didactical environment created by hypertext portal. Important parts of this project are to find out the method how to create mentioned environment and also its following application by the teachers at the education of technical subjects. The effectiveness of this new method will be examined by a pedagogical experiment.

Keywords: hypertext, research, pedagogical experiment

Published: April 1, 2010

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