Измерение студенческой вовлеченности: основные методы и их ограничения

Наталья Геннадьевна Малошонок

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Малошонок Н. Г. Измерение студенческой вовлеченности: основные методы и их ограничения / // Социология: методология, методы, математическое моделирование (4М), 2013. № 36. C. 177-199.

Аннотация


Статья носит обзорный характер и посвящена описанию возможностей использования популярного среди зарубежных исследователей концепта «студенческая вовлеченность» и его показателей для оценки успешности высших учебных заведений. В работе рассматриваются основные подходы к операционализации и измерению студенческой вовлеченности, а также представлена авторская классификация методов ее изучения.

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студенческая вовлеченность; успешность университета; индикаторы процесса и результата; учебный процесс

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