practice period

practice period
praktinis darbas statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Mokymo forma, kai, naudojant įvairias medžiagas, mokymo metodus ir atliekant įvairius veiksmus, formuojami praktiniai mokėjimai ir įgūdžiai. Esama įvairių praktinių darbų: praktikos darbų pãmokos klasėje, mokyklos mokomajame bandymų sklype, gamybinėje aikštelėje, praktikumai. Praktinių darbų struktūra paprastai yra tokia: 1) instruktažas; 2) pasiruošimas darbui; 3) užduočių atlikimas; 4) darbo kontrolė; 5) darbo vertinimas. atitikmenys: angl. practice classes; practice period vok. Praktikum rus. практическое занятие

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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