Methodical Work as Means to Improve the Educational Process at the Educational Institution


methodical work
educational process
young students
teaching methods
educational institution

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Skrobach, N. V., Shapoval, O. A., Vyshyvaniuk, V. Y., & Romaniv, O. P. (2016). Methodical Work as Means to Improve the Educational Process at the Educational Institution. Galician Medical Journal, 23(2), 154-157. Retrieved from


The success of teacher’s educational activity depends on the presence of his or her particular readiness to accept and solve educational problems and to update their knowledge and skills required for their solving in the system of social and educational work.

The main forms of methodical work include lectures, reports, information, statements, practical classes, disputes, business simulations and role plays, discussions, public educational events, defense of modern lesson model, etc.

It should be emphasized that moral-value actions of the younger generation are fully implemented in extra-curricular activities since the formation of their social experience is based on their own desires, personal ambitions, natural inclinations and abilities.

In order to improve the methodical work of teaching employees of educational institutions, the principles and functions of methodical work should be studied, parameters of its basic forms should be determined, main criteria of methodical work and the requirements for its organization should be formulated. The main objectives of such mass forms of methodical work as pedagogical readings, scientific conferences, seminars, schools of advanced educational experience and others should be determined. The basic requirements for the organization of teaching staff’s work on the only research and methodology subject should be studied. Basic aspects of advanced educational experience should be determined. Attention must be drawn to teaching experience modeling and transforming it into educational work practice.

During the educational work particular attention should be paid to the fact that every person has inalienable and imprescriptible rights simply because he or she is human. Primarily, these are moral rights originating from human nature of each person, developing and maintaining self-respect of every person.



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