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Формирование навыков мышления высокого порядка (HOTS) у преподавателей в Индонезии

https://doi.org/10.17853/1994-5639-2022-3-104-125

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Аннотация

Введение. Учителя XXI века должны быть в состоянии воспитать творческих учеников, которые мыслят критически, за счет развития навыков мышления высокого порядка (HOTS) в процессе обучения.

Цель. Настоящее исследование направлено на изучение того, могут ли профессиональные знания учителей улучшить критическое мышление и могут ли грамотность в применении HOTS и профессиональное развитие учителей опосредовать их взаимосвязь.

Методология и методы исследования. Данное исследование носит пояснительный характер при общей выборке 724 учителей. Анализ проводился с использованием WarpPLS, а данные собирались с помощью анкет.

Результаты и научная новизна. Результаты исследования показали, что профессиональные знания учителей влияют на критическое мышление прямо и косвенно. Грамот ность в применении HOTS и профессиональное развитие учителей являются промежуточными звеньями между профессиональными знаниями учителей и критическим мышлением.

Практическая значимость. Настоящее исследование предоставляет важную информацию соответствующим заинтересованным сторонам, таким как Министерство образования, университеты и школы, относительно того, какие факторы могут улучшить способности учителей при подготовке вопросов, направленных на критическое мышление (мышление высокого порядка). Эти факторы должны быть немедленно обнаружены и из учены заинтересованными сторонами, чтобы поддержать регулирование развития потенциала учителей, а также текущий процесс разработки учебных программ.

Об авторах

Дж. Сурджанти
Государственный университет Сурабая
Индонезия

Сурджанти Джун – профессор учебной программы экономического образования

Сурабая



А. Ф. Пракосо
Государственный университет Сурабая
Индонезия

Пракосо Альбриан Фики – старший преподаватель учебной программы экономического образования

Сурабая



Р. Ю. Курниаван
Государственный университет Сурабая
Индонезия

Курниаван Риза Йониса – старший преподаватель учебной программы экономического образования

Сурабая



Н. К. Сакти
Государственный университет Сурабая
Индонезия

Сакти Норида Канда – доцент учебной программы экономического образования

Сурабая



Э. И. Нурлайли
Государственный университет Сурабая
Индонезия

Нурлайли Эка Инда – старший преподаватель программы экономического образования

Сурабая



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Для цитирования:


Сурджанти Д., Пракосо А.Ф., Курниаван Р.Ю., Сакти Н.К., Нурлайли Э.И. Формирование навыков мышления высокого порядка (HOTS) у преподавателей в Индонезии. Образование и наука. 2022;24(3):104-125. https://doi.org/10.17853/1994-5639-2022-3-104-125

For citation:


Surjanti J., Prakoso A.F., Kurniawan R.Y., Sakti N.C., Nurlaili E.I. Development of high order thinking skills in Indonesian teachers. The Education and science journal. 2022;24(3):104-125. https://doi.org/10.17853/1994-5639-2022-3-104-125

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