Comparison of Educational Preferences of Polish and Ukrainian Students at Lectures
Valery Okulich-Kazarin , Mykola Zhurba , Inna Shorobura , Kateryna Ihnatenko , Olga Litvinova
AbstractThis study continues the extensive and painstaking work in the research of educational services at Universities in Eastern Europe. The purpose of the study is to compare educational preferences of Polish and Ukrainian students at lectures. The study was carried out by authors since December 2018 till June 2020. There were 741 respondents in the study. The following research methods were used in the work: theoretical (specification and generalization; comparative and retrospective analysis; induction and deduction; classification); empirical (study scientific articles and content analysis of scientific sources); social statistics (planning of experiments, grouping of results, primary processing and verification of statistical hypotheses). The results obtained are of scientific and practical significance: 1. It was shown that students of both countries prefer visual teaching methods at lectures. 2. It has been proven that the educational preferences of Polish and Ukrainian students at lectures are not equal. Polish student preferences related the visual teaching methods at lectures are higher than Ukrainian ones. 3. Authorities Polish Universities should take into account the difference of Polish and Ukrainian student preferences in order to start selling educational services in Ukraine. The results are highly statistically significant (0,01).
|Journal series||Universal Journal of Educational Research, ISSN 2332-3205, e-ISSN 2332-3213, (N/A 20 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in English||Educational Preferences, Educational Services, Lecture, Visual Teaching Method, Auditory Teaching Method|
|License||Journal (articles only); published final; ; with publication|
|Score||= 20.0, 18-09-2020, ArticleFromJournal|
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