Science for Education Today, 2019, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 138–150
UDC: 
378.14

Students' readiness for self-organization: Indicators of evaluation and self-evaluation

Shestakova L. G. 1 (Perm, Russian Federation), Richter T. V. 1 (Perm, Russian Federation)
1 Perm State University
Abstract: 

Introduction. The article presents a study on the effectiveness of evaluation and self-evaluation of students' readiness for self-organization. The purpose of the research is to identify and justify the indicators for evaluation and self-evaluation of students' readiness for self-organization.
Materials and Methods. The authors apply theoretical analysis and synthesis of research papers, recognized by the scholarly community in the field of higher education; theoretical and practical methods of educational research; and methods of mathematical statistics.
Results. The article clarifies the concept of “readiness for self-organization”, reveals the skills included in its structure, identifies indicators of evaluation and self-evaluation of students’ readiness for self-organization, summarizes the results of developing components of readiness for self-organization in students.
Conclusions. The authors conclude that the success of learning activities are significantly influenced by the ability to conduct self-evaluation of obtained competencies, taking into account the objectives of self-improvement and student's willingness to choose and perform “free” tasks.

Keywords: 

System of higher education; Teaching students of undergraduate directions; Students' readiness for self-organization; Assessment indicators; Self-assessments of students; Readiness for self-organization; Students' preparedness for self-organization

For citation:
Shestakova L. G., Richter T. V. Students' readiness for self-organization: Indicators of evaluation and self-evaluation. Science for Education Today, 2019, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 138–150. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15293/2658-6762.1903.08
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Date of the publication 30.06.2019