Implementation of New Approaches to Zoology and Ecology Teaching Based on the Bioecology of Snakes and Sarcosporidia Course

Akbope T. Yermekbayeva, Gulsana Z. Shaimerdenova, Gulnar Ziyaeva, Anar K. Kaliyeva, Bolat K. Yessimov, Jumadil B. Childibayev, Murat B. Zhaxybayev, Zhaxybay Tuleubaye, Botakoz A. Akhmet, Moldir S. Sergazynova

Ekoloji, 2018, Issue 106, Pages: 249-255, Article No: e106042


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This study is devoted to one of directions in education system development – ecologization of teaching and student training, focused on practical significance of acquired knowledge and skills. The authors have analyzed how the regional component of the state educational standards has developed in various territorial entities. The paper presents the strategy of ecological education and differentiated system approach to zoology and ecology teaching based on studying bioecology of snakes and sarcosporidia. Research results showed that the differentiated system approach has significantly improved the performance and stimulated the student’s desire to learn and self-develop. It is shown that the differentiated system approach is the most efficient in combination with an individual one. This combination provides the possibility to develop training programs on ecological and biological issues with regard to personal characteristics of each student and modern environmental challenges.


ecology, education, zoology, new approach


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