THE DEFINITION OF STRUCTURE, TYPES OF TASKSAND DIRECTIONS FOR ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIOSTUDENTS EFFECTIVE USE

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The article deals with the use of electronic portfolio (e-portfolio) for university students anddescribes the features and results of the sociological research conducted with the aim of identifying the most appropriate applications and e-portfolios of graduates. The study identified criteria that allow to define a table of the possible types of components of an electronic portfolio. Taking into account the views of the respondents defined the most actual problems, which solution is possible with the use of properly structured e-portfolio. Such tasks are differentiated depending on the different categories of users portfolio. The article provides guidance to university students for creation of personal electronic portfolio and their subsequent efficient use in the choice of individual educational ways. Discusses the problem of compliance of materials portfolio requirements professional standards relating to professional competencies of graduates. The individuality of the portfolio content which takes into account the psycho ownersis emphasizes. The features and benefits of using portfolio, originally created in electronic form are demonstrates. The article is based on the results of the Kazakhstan project with Russian participation in the use of e-portfolio in universities in different countries.


M A Bektemesov

Principal contact for editorial correspondence.
maktagali.bektemessov@kaznu.kz
Al-Farabi Kazakh National University al-Farabi str., 71, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 050038

Bektemesov Maktagali Abdimazhitovich, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, full professor, dean of mekhanik and mathematical faculty of Al-Farabi Kazakh National University.

V V Grinshkun

vadim@grinshkun.ru
Moscow city pedagogical university Sheremetyevskaya str., 29, Moscow, Russia, 127521

Grinshkun Vadim Valeryevich, doctor of pedagogical sciences, full professor, head of the department of informatization of formation of the Moscow city pedagogical university.

M A Skiba

marina.skiba@narxoz.kz
Narkhoz university Zhandosov str., 55, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 050035

Skiba Marina Aleksandrovna, candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor, adviser to the rector of the Narkhoz University (Kazakhstan).

A R Turganbayeva

turalma@mail.ru
Al-Farabi Kazakh National University al-Farabi str., 71, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 050038

Turganbayeva Alma Rymbekovna, candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor of informatics of Al-Farabi Kazakh National University.

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