Life safety basics course at secondary school: regular and distant education integration model


Dr. Hab., Professor V.A. Adolph1
Dr. Hab., Professor V.V. Ponomarev1
PhD, Associate Professor N.N. Kazakevich1
PhD, Associate Professor O.V. Turygina1
1Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University named after V.P. Astafiev, Krasnoyarsk

Objective of the study was to analyze benefits of a regular and distant education integration model applicable in the Life Safety Basics course at general education school.
Methods and structure of the study. We sampled schoolchildren, their parents (n=150) and Life Safety Basics teachers (n=20) for the questionnaire survey in December-June 2021 at Secondary School No. 151 in Krasnoyarsk, and used the survey data for a theoretical analysis to develop a regular and distant education integration model for the Life Safety Basics course at secondary school.
Results and conclusion. The regular and distant education integration model was designed to include the following: project design module with a goal setting element; content module with the Life Safety Basics course theory and practice; technological modules with the modern didactic methods, models and tools; and a progress test (diagnostics) module with the operational, interim, staged and final Life Safety Basics knowledge tests. The regular and distant education integration model analyzed herein may be recommended as a theoretical framework for a range of practical school disciplines including the school Physical Education.

Keywords: educational model, integration, regular education, distant education, Safety Basics lessons, secondary school, students.


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