Examination Of Sociocultural Achievements In The Digital Portfolio: The Dialogue Of Participants

Abstract

This study is the complex research aimed at the analysis of the educational achievements assessment in the dialogue between experts and residents of the International Children Camp Artek. Dialogues of teenagers with teachers and mentors, as parts of the educational programs designed by Artek project office for developing personal competencies of children, have been described and analyzed. The criteria of examination of children educational achievements digital portfolios have been described and analyzed. Types of examination of the educational achievements of children, that are seeking a trip to Artek, in the dialogue with experts have been analyzed: screening examination, accompanying examination when choosing educational programs upon arrival in Artek, consultative examination after the program as expert assistance in the implementation of the project developed in Artek by children. The evaluative research of 423,546 digital portfolios was aimed at the analysis of educational results, personal competencies and the stratification of 4,593,504 sociocultural achievements of children from all regions of Russia. Methods of comparative, quantitative and qualitative analysis, hermeneutical methods of examination, as well as content analysis of digital portfolios were used in the survey. The systematic qualimetric, activity-based, and competency-based approaches became the methodological basis of the examination. The selection mechanisms, tools and operating principles of the automated system for assessing educational results, with the aim of encouraging adolescents with a voucher to the Artek have been described. Evaluative research has shown the effectiveness of educational programs in Artek for improving communication, leadership and cooperation skills among adolescents.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

20.11.2020

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2020.11.03.47

Online ISSN

2357-1330