Learning Environment Affecting Primary School Student’s Mental Development and Interest

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Galina Mikerova Bella Sergeeva Galina Mardirosova Victoria Kazantseva Angelica Karpenko

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Education is the main tool of social development, a process of systematic teaching to transfer some knowledge and skills. The choice of teaching methods influences the level of information perception by students. The article deals with the influence of studying environment on mental development level and students` interest. For cognitive development diagnostic and academic interest to subjects testing and questioning of primary school children was conducted. The respondents were divided into three groups depending on the technologies (systems) of teaching Mathematics and Russian language. The study shows that while teaching Russian using IDU technology more positive dynamics of educational effects is revealed.

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MIKEROVA, Galina et al. Learning Environment Affecting Primary School Student’s Mental Development and Interest. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, [S.l.], v. 10, n. 4, p. 407-412, apr. 2018. ISSN 1307-9298. Available at: <https://www.iejee.com/index.php/IEJEE/article/view/383>. Date accessed: 24 june 2018.
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