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JOURNAL of EDUCATION, TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER SCIENCE

ISSN: 2719-6550

Journal of Education, Technology and Computer Science is a continuation of “Edukacja – Technika – Informatyka. Education – Technology – Computer Science” Journal

EDUKACJA - TECHNIKA - INFORMATYKA

EDUCATION – TECHNOLOGY – COMPUTER SCIENCE

JETC No 1/31_2020


 1/31 2020
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Journal of Education, Technology and Computer Science is a continuation of “Edukacja – Technika – Informatyka. Education – Technology – Computer Science” Journal.

Journal of Education, Technology and Computer Science jest kontynuacją kwartalnika naukowego “Edukacja – Technika – Informatyka. Education – Technology – Computer Science”.

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STEFANOS ARMAKOLAS1, ATHINA KAZANA2MARIA MITROULIA3
 

1 ORCID: 0000-0003-1264-7066, Phd, Teaching Staff, Higher School of Pedagogical and Techno-logical Education, Greece

2 Msc, Higher School of Pedagogical and Technological Education, Greece

3 Msc, University of Patras, Greece


Abstract


The present study investigates the motivation for adult participation in distance education on sustainability and specializes in a population group with specific characteristics, that of the Agron-omists (Higher Education Graduates). In a global community with shifting conditions, environ-mental problems and geometrically increasing demands regarding the qualifications of workers and especially the scientists dealing with these problems, this issue is considered of major im-portance while exploring the incentives that lead to participation – after acquiring the first degree – continuing education and learning, and in particular distance education on sustainable develop-ment, is essential. The result so that Agronomists feel a strong need to extend their knowledge mainly through distance education.

Keywords: adult education, distance education, motives, goal, sustainability


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OKSANA KONDUR1, OKSANA KATSERO2, IRINA TRUBCHANINA3

1 ORCID: 0000-0001-9342-1127, PhD in Physics and Mathematics, Dean of the Teacher’s Training Department of the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Ukraine
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ORCID: 0000-0002-5347-5996, PhD student of adult education department; Dragomanov Na-tional Pedagogical University, Ukraine
3
ORCID: 0000-0001-7988-4862, PhD student Dragomanov National Pedagogical University; teacher of Elementary school 334 Darnytskyi district of Kyiv, Ukraine


Abstract


It is justified that the cross-border educational coordination activities have drawn public at-tention to the global challenges of the 21st century and have declared the necessity for sustainable development education to be at the forefront in the progress concept and strategies towards sus-tainability. Therefore, it is necessary to create a sustainable development specialists’ professional training system, especially, for the professionals with managerial and qualitative competences.

Keywords: education for sustainable development, vocational training, qualitative competence, quality of education, management in education


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VALENTYNA SAIUK

ORCID: 0000-0003-3698-5959, Ph.D, Associate Professor of Pedagogical Creativity Department of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Kyiv, Ukraine


Abstract


The article reveals the essence of pedagogical counselling as a sphere of professional activity of specialists in the field of education. Specific features of pedagogical counselling that distinguish it from other types of counselling are defined and characterized. The main directions of profes-sional activity of educational consultants are considered. Requirements for professional counsel-lors in the field of education are outlined.


Keywords: pedagogical counseling, education, guidance


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VLADISLAVA LUBARETS1, DMITRO PAVLENKO2, TETYANA LITVINOVA3

1 ORCID: 0000-0001-8238-1289, PhD of Pedagogical Sciences, associate professor at the depart-ment of management and innovative technologies, social and cultural activities, National Peda-gogical Dragomanov University, Ukraine
2 ORCID: 0000-0002-1310-738X, postgraduate student of adult education department National Pedagogical Drahomanov University, Ukraine
3 ORCID: 0000-0003-2155-0020, PhD student of adult education department National Pedagogical Drahomanov University, Ukraine


Abstract


The process of the future sociocultural activity managers’ professional training under the conditions of information and educational environment in the higher education institutions is recreational-aesthetic and psychological-rehabilitative restoration of the future specialists’ intellec-tual and professional potential, which can be effectively applied in the different spheres of life.


Keywords: vocational training, future manager of socio-cultural activity, information and educa-tional environment, concept, institutions of higher education


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LADISLAV RUDOLF1, DANIEL NOVÁK2, JÁN PAVLOVKIN3, VIKTOR NOVÁK4

1 ORCID: 0000-0001-9350-6278, Doc., Ing., Ph.D., University of Ostrava, Faculty of Education, Department of Technical Education, Czech republic
2 Doc., JUDr., Ing., CSc., Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Tech-nology, Slovakia
3 Ing., Ph.D., Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Technology, Slo-vakia
4 Ing., Ph.D., Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Czech Republic


Abstract


The need to optimize the trajectory of vehicles is still highly topical, regardless weather the means of transport are robots, forklifts or road vehicles. It is not only important the safety by passing obstacles, but also the energy balance, i.e. the energy expended on the movement of the vehicle and on the change of its direction. This paper presents a mathematical approach to solving this problem through interpolation and approximation curves. This is a very important scope of knowledge for the education of future engineers.

Keywords: means of transport, trajectory optimization, interpolation curves, approximation curves


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WIKTORIA SOBCZYK1, ANNA KOWALSKA2, JACEK SOBCZYK3

1 ORCID: 0000-0003-2082-9644, Professor PhD. D.Sc. Eng., AGH University of Science & Tech-nology, Faculty of Mining & Geoengineering, Poland
2 ORCID: 0000-0001-9191-9378, D.Sc. Eng., State Higher Vocational School in Tarnów, Institute of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Poland
3 ORCID: 0000-0003-2155-0020, PhD. D.Sc. Eng., Professor, Polish Academy of Sciences, De-partment of Minerals and Energy Market Research, Mineral and Energy Economy Research In-stitute, Poland


Abstract


Nuisance for the people living in areas covered by the direct or indirect impact of the mining industry is an important social problem. The development of the mining industry depends on high environmental requirements, in particular, it is closely related to the fulfillment of obligations of safety for human health and life. Through consultation with the local society and targeted actions degraded land can become attractive. In contrast, the lack of reclamation leads to the intensifica-tion of negative phenomena: erosion, surface mass movements, changes in the ecosystem, eutroph-ication of water tanks.
Maintaining balance in the natural environment is the basic criterion for the proper function-ing of industrial facilities. Mining activity is a threat to the environment, including human health and life.
Use of the environment by mining is subject to adjustment to the legislation and carrying out mining activities in line with environmental requirements.
Mining activities and nature protection can operate in a sustainable manner. Appropriate selection of methods for mineral exploitation allows you to minimize the impact on the envi-ronment components. The positive impact of opencast mining is reflected in the creation of new habitats of plants and animals in post-mining areas, in the creation of new recreation places, in diversifying the landscape thanks to the construction of water reservoirs. Lakes formed after use of natural aggregates overgrown vegetation reed, acting as a convenient place to settle the water birds.

Keywords: moral education, educational environment, child development


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KOJI CRISTOBAL ISHIMI PERNY1, WIKTORIA SOBCZYK2

1 AGH University of Science & Technology; Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
2 ORCID: 0000-0003-2082-9644, Professor PhD. D.Sc. Eng., AGH University of Science & Tech-nology, Faculty of Mining & Geoengineering, Poland


Abstract


This article presents some aspects of goals and tasks of sustainable development. The theore-tical preliminary analysis of environmental hazards in mining in the anthroposphere is described. The publication is focused on influencing people and environmental elements that affect people’s living conditions.

Keywords: sustainable development, anthroposphere, mining


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CHRISTINE HILCENKO1,2,3,*

1 Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, Cambridge, CB2 0XY, United Kingdom
2 Department of Haematology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, CB2 0XY, United Kingdom
3 Wellcome Trust-Medical Research Council Stem Cell Institute, University of Cambridge, Cam-bridge, United Kingdom
* ORCID: 0000-0002-9596-7833, Presenting and corresponding author


Abstract

The definition of learning is to gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught. We discuss here the different methods of learning in traditional and modern societies. We conclude that what we have learned to date is negligible compare to what remains to learn.

Keywords: knowledge, learning, rationality, reflection, intuition, reasoning


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ANETA RACZYKOWSKA

ORCID: 0000-0003-2579-7020, MA, Information Technology teacher at Kornel Makuszyński Primary School in Świebodzin, Poland


Abstract

The article contains considerations relating to the dynamic development of artificial intelli-gence, which is the fastest growing technology in the world. The article attempts to define con-cepts that state what intelligence and artifical intelligence is (1). It also draws attention to the development of artificial intelligence (2). All of them are closing arguments seeking answers to the question: Artificial intelligence – an opportunity or a threat? (3). It should be borne in mind that the continuous improvement of the possibilities of artificial intelligence means that it will be able to surpass human intellectually.

Keywords: artificial intelligence, human intelligence, chatbots, bots, intelligent virtual assistant, robots, dissemination of robots


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SLAVOLJUB HILCENKO

ORCID: 0000-0003-2123-6285, College of Vocational School, Subotica, Vocational Training for Preschool Teachers and Sports Trainers, Subotica, Serbia


Abstract


ICT Tools are not primary, but secondary learning source f or teaching abstract mathematical concepts at preschool institution. As a matter of fact, for children ICT Tools don t have the power of imm ediate and practical experience or experimental work, which are the primary source of learning such contents. ICT To ols can only be used to revise knowledge after children have acquired it through direct manipulative activities and experiments, which require sensory experienc es (eyes, hands). In that way children estimate volume of different liquids and their dishes fir stly subjectively and then objectively objectively.

Keywords: Experimental manipulativ e work , working methodology , sensory experience , profe ssionalism of preschool teachers , ICT


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PETER KOVÁČIK

Doc. Ing., PhD., Vysoká škola DTI in Dubnica nad Váhom, Katedra didaktiky odborných predmetov, Slovenská republika


Abstract


The article analyses demands of new concepts of student education on the level of secondary schools with technical focus. It urges the necessity to create new educational programs that prepare new future technical operators towards requirements of the labour market in future years in har-mony with specifications of Industry 4.0. Many of job specializations is possible, at present time, to estimate only as a frame, but considering a length of study it is necessary to realize predictions at sphere of education needs consistently, expertly and continuously to introduce their results into innovations of existing educational programs or to introduce completely new, perspective educa-tional programs by needs rising at production sector.

Keywords: education, CNC machine, software, complexity


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TOMASZ PRAUZNER

ORCID: 0000-0002-8792-7794, Doctor, Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa, Department of Pedagogy, Poland


Abstract


Simulation programs in polytechnic (vocational) education have an important didactic func-tion. On the one hand, they are a great example of modern didactic software, on the other hand, knowledge of the simulation software environment by a future graduate of a technical university increases the qualifications of the future employee and allows him to acquire an attractive profes-sion. In the era of high requirements set by employers and competition on the education market, their knowledge seems highly justified. However, whether simulation programs, especially deter-ministic ones, can also act as teaching aids is not so obvious. In this article, in addition to purely theoretical considerations, will be presented stages of own research on didactic efficiency, or more precisely the impact of this group of software on the cognitive process during learning. More importantly, the didactic effectiveness was tested based on typical pedagogical research as well as by means of electroencephalographic tests using the QEEG method.

Keywords: simulation programs, electroencephalographic tests, QEEG, cognitive process, modeling


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MARLENA DUDA

ORCID: 0000-0001-9168-808X, Doctor, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie, Wy-dział Pedagogiki i Psychologii, Instytut Pedagogiki, Katedra Metodologii Nauk Pedagogicznych, Polska


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The issue of chronic diseases in the population of children and youth should be constantly monitored due to the dynamically changing conditions of life. The risk of health deterioration and the process of convalescence are related to negative health behaviours, the feeling of fatigue and lowering quality of life. These phenomena are determined by the type of disease, individual deci-sions and many other factors of social nature: support, place of residence or income. The aim of this paper is to analyse the feeling of fatigue and health behaviours declared by youth in the period of late adolescence.

Keywords: a sense of fatigue, health behaviors, health, chronic illness, youth


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