The Peculiarities of Forming Rural School Students’ Healthy Living Skills after Shool and in Extracurricular Work by the Use of Information Innovation Technology

Daniarov Talgat, Bazarbaev Kanat, Nyshnova Saltanat, Myrzakhanova Akbota

Abstract


If we turn to the educational views and ideas in the history of education, we see that the goals of education have an active and changeable specific historical characteristics. Specifying its state policy and ideology determine the social needs, based on natural, social and human development of objective laws. In this structure, there is a need complies with the requirements of society development level of productive forces and relations of production quality, the pace of scientific and technical progress, economic opportunity society, the level of development of educational theory and practice of educational opportunities, the level of development of educators and teachers. Analysis of different definitions lead to the conclusion that innovation is a substantial change, and the main feature of innovative change - this is a function of the change. The innovation comes at a time when educational problems can not be solved by traditional forms, creating the need for new technologies in line with new goals and objectives. Despite the fact that the traditional and innovative educational technologies have differences, it does not mean that their unity should be considered separately. They have some inherent characteristics, but objectively they have common characteristics that bind them together. In order the teacher could effectively carry out the objectives and tasks of education and training, it must be based on the characteristics of each use of educational technology and adequately understand the meaning and essence of their relationship with each other.

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