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CONTENTS, 2018, No. 2 (27)

KĘSTUTIS  TRAKŠELYS, DALIA MARTIŠAUSKIENĖ

PROFESINIO MOKYMO PROCESO  KOKYBĖS VALDYMO  KONTŪRAI

QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROCESS

 

5-13 psl.

ANDRIUS LAZAUSKAS

DAUGIAMETĮ SPORTININKŲ RENGIMĄ VEIKIANTYS EDUKACINIAI VEIKSNIAI

EDUCATIONAL FACTORS INFLUENCING LONG-TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT

 

 

14-21 psl.

 

VYTAUTAS PADGURECKAS, DOVYDAS MEDŽIAUŠIS

NEURORAUMENINIŲ TRENIRUOČIŲ POVEIKIS FUTBOLININKŲ PUSIAUSVYRAI, ČIURNŲ TRAUMŲ TIKIMYBEI IR STABILUMUI

THE EFFECT OF NEURO-MUSCULAR TRAINING ON THE BALANCE, ANKLE INJURY PROBABILITY AND STABILITY OF FOOTBALLERS

 

 

22- 32 psl.

 

KRISTINA SAMAŠONOK, ALA PETRULYTĖ, GIEDRĖ STAŠKIENĖ

MENINIO, SOCIALINIO IR TECHNOLOGIJOS MOKSLŲ STUDIJŲ SRITIES STUDENTŲ KŪRYBIŠKUMO YPATUMAI

PECULIARITIES OF CREATIVITY AMONG ART, SOCIAL AND TECHNICAL STUDY PROFILE STUDENTS

 

 

33-43 psl.

 

KRISTINA SAMAŠONOK

SOCIALINIO PROFILIO STUDENTŲ SOCIALINĖS KOMPETECIJOS IR ASMENYBĖS BRUOŽŲ SĄSAJOS

THE LINKS BETWEEN THE SOCIAL COMPETENCE AND PERSONALITY TRAITS  OF SOCIAL PROFILE STUDENTS

 

 

44-55 psl.

 

GITA STATNICKĖ, RŪTA UŽPALYTĖ

THE GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES WHEN CHOOSING PHYSICALLY ACTIVE FORMS OF ENTERTAINMENT: CASE STUDY 

KARTŲ SKIRTUMAI RENKANTIS FIZIŠKAI AKTYVIAS PRAMOGAS: ATVEJO ANALIZĖ

 

44-55 psl.

 

GITA STATNICKĖ, LAURENCIJA BUDRYTĖ-AUSIEJIENĖ

THE NEED FOR KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS OF GENERATION X REPRESENTATIVES OF SMALL BUSINESSES WORKING IN TOURISM INDUSTRY IN REMOTE RURAL AREAS OF THE BALTIC REGION:

CASE STUDY OF LITHUANIA AND ESTONIA

BALTIJOS REGIONO X KARTOS SMULKIOJO TURIZMO VERSLO ATSTOVŲ, ESANČIŲ NUTOLUSIUOSE IR KAIMIŠKUOSE REGIONUOSE, ŽINIŲ, GEBĖJIMŲ, ĮGŪDŽIŲ POREIKIS DIRBANT TURIZMO VERSLE: LIETUVOS IR ESTIJOS ATVEJO ANALIZĖ

 

 

 

 

67-76 psl.

 

LINA TAMUTIENĖ

KOKYBĖS KAIP IDĖJOS RAIŠKA AUKŠTOJO MOKSLO INSTITUCIJŲ STRATEGINIUOSE DOKUMENTUOSE

EXPRESSION OF AN IDEA OF QUALITY IN THE STRATEGIC DOCUMENTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION

 

 

77-84 psl.

 

 

QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROCESS

KĘSTUTIS  TRAKŠELYS, DALIA MARTIŠAUSKIENĖ

In the article, the authors suggest the most important principles of the quality of the vocational training process.   Lithuanian vocational education is part of a clearly structured education system, where it is relatively easy to move among different educational levels and without vocational training it also includes general (pre-school, pre-primary, primary, basic and secondary) and higher education (colleges and universities). The majority of vocational training programmes are implemented in the school system, i.e. training takes place in licensed offices . According to the data of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania, vocational education is initial and continuous. Initial vocational training can be only formal, but continuous – both, formal and informal. Formal vocational training programmes are carried out by 70 state and 3 non-state vocational education institutions. In the research, three vocational education schools were selected by random selection method from each region of Lithuania (Marijampolė and Alytus, Utena, Panevėžys, Šiauliai, Telšiai and Tauragė, Klaipėda, Kaunas, Vilnius). The mentioned above sampling method ensures that the generic set elements are selected independently from each other, they are irreplaceable. Data was collected from 24 Lithuanian vocational schools (i.e. 34% of schools were surveyed). 240 teachers, 340 students and 48 school heads were interviewed in total. Thus, the overall number of participants in the study was 628 (n = 628). The paper presents the most significant findings and conclusions.

 

EDUCATIONAL FACTORS INFLUENCING LONG-TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT

ANDRIUS LAZAUSKAS

Educational factors influencing long-term athlete development are being analyzed in the present study. The analysis of scientific literature and content analysis methods were applied to the research. During athletes’ questionnaires educational factors influencing long-term athlete development were identified. The qualitative study revealed the importance of the coach’s role during the long-term development of an athlete. The coach was distinguished as one of the most important educational factors. The characteristics of the coach are – his personality, ability to motivate, follow the exercise program, as well as athlete monitoring, qualification, and competence.

 

THE EFFECT OF NEURO-MUSCULAR TRAINING ON THE BALANCE, ANKLE INJURY PROBABILITY AND STABILITY OF FOOTBALLERS

VYTAUTAS PADGURECKAS, DOVYDAS MEDŽIAUŠIS

Football is one of the most popular sports in the world, but is also one of the leading injuries to the athlete. Soccer players usually suffer from an injury to the ankle joint, which results in a change in the balance and management, and therefore effective rehabilitation methods are sought in order to return the athlete as soon as possible to the sports ground and the same functional level before the trauma. It has been determined that neural workouts can reduce the likelihood of athlete injuries by between 15% and 50%, and therefore the study was based on. this hypothesis. The novelty of this study is due to the analysis of the effects of these training sessions on footballers who are trained on artificial surface, which results in a higher incidence of injuries.

 

PECULIARITIES OF CREATIVITY AMONG ART, SOCIAL AND TECHNICAL STUDY PROFILE STUDENTS

KRISTINA SAMAŠONOK, ALA PETRULYTĖ, GIEDRĖ STAŠKIENĖ

Expression of creativity components can differ across different vocations. The goal of the study – to examine the peculiarities of creativity traits among arts, social and technology study profile students. Quantitative research methodology has been applied and Stjudent T criterion was used to evaluate and to diagnose differences in creativity components among different study profile students. By applying Personality creativity questionnaire (Petrulis, 1988) Lithuanian high schools students were interviewed. It was indicated that there is a difference in creativity expression among arts, social and technology study areas students. Art study profile students score higher in thinking originality, ability to find innovative solutions, fantasy and criticizing ability when comparing to social science students. On the other hand, social science students score higher in seeking for creativity. While comparing art and technology study profile students in terms of their creativity expression, statistically significant result has been indicated in the higher average scoring for technology study area students in seeking for creativity and innovation, flexibility, originality, inversiveness than art students though the latter have higher scores in fantasy expression. Statistically significant scores have been indicated for technology study profile students by having higher expression in intuition, flexibility, originality and seeking for innovation when comparing to social science students. There has been also observed higher general score for creativity for technology study area students by comparing it to the score for art and social study profile students.  Research results will be beneficial in scientific discussion about aspects and differences of perceived creativity expression among arts, social and technology study profile students, their practical significance for the high school by developing the creativity of different study profile students and improving the quality of studies.

 

THE LINKS BETWEEN THE SOCIAL COMPETENCE AND PERSONALITY TRAITS  OF SOCIAL PROFILE STUDENTS

KRISTINA SAMAŠONOK

The article deals with the theoretical aspect of the peculiarities of personality traits and social competence, analyses the expression of social competence based on personality traits. Research goal: to study the peculiarities of social competence and peronality traits among the social profile students in the Lithuanian higher education institutions, to reveal their interrelation and to predict prognostic possibilities of social competence based on personality traits. Research methodology: to study students‘ personality traits we used NEO FFI questionnaire (NEO Five Factor Inventory, Costa, R. Mc.Crae, 1992) according to the scales of extrovertion, seeking of consensus, honesty, neurosis and openness to experience. To assess the students’ social competence we used the questionnaire by Ullriche, de Muynck (1994) (according to Lekavičienę, 2001) according to the sub-scales of self-trust, resistance to failures and criticism, ability to express feelings, ability to ask for a service, ability not to yield, ability to demand and ability not to feel guilt. Using the strategy of quantitative research, we have established the links between personality traits and social competence components of social profile students. It was also established that personality traits acquire a prognostic meaning for the expression of students’ social competence. The research results will have a lasting value in the scientific discussion about the expression of students’ social competence based on their personality traits.

 

THE GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES WHEN CHOOSING PHYSICALLY ACTIVE FORMS OF ENTERTAINMENT: CASE STUDY 

GITA STATNICKĖ, RŪTA UŽPALYTĖ

There are numerous research studies and articles on generational differences in scientific literature, but there is a lack of information regarding the latest Generations Y and Z, especially when it comes to their choice of physically active forms of entertainment. This article analyses the differences between Generation Y and Generation Z when choosing physically active forms of entertainment, i.e. discloses the theoretical aspects of differences between Generations Y and Z when choosing physically active forms of entertainment; analyses the consumer behaviour of Generations Y and Z when choosing physically active forms of entertainment; aims at finding out the attitude of providers of physically active forms of entertainment to the differences between Generations Y and Z when choosing physically active forms of entertainment.

 

THE NEED FOR KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS OF GENERATION X REPRESENTATIVES OF SMALL BUSINESSES WORKING IN TOURISM INDUSTRY IN REMOTE RURAL AREAS OF THE BALTIC REGION: CASE STUDY OF LITHUANIA AND ESTONIA

GITA STATNICKĖ, LAURENCIJA BUDRYTĖ-AUSIEJIENĖ

The article presents the need for knowledge, abilities and skills of Generation X representatives of small tourism businesses working in remote and rural areas of the Baltic region. The analysis of Lithuanian and Estonian small tourism business representative interviews reveals the qualification raising training experiences of Generation X entrepreneurs related to tourism business development, identifies current learning needs and Generation X entrepreneurs’ cooperation and knowledge sharing opportunities.

 

EXPRESSION OF AN IDEA OF QUALITY IN THE STRATEGIC DOCUMENTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION

LINA TAMUTIENĖ

Quality in higher education is highlighted in the state regulation agenda and emphasized in the strategic management of a higher education institution. Understanding quality as an idea that gains different meanings in different contexts is related to the levels of quality analysis (international, national and institutional levels) in the system of higher education. This study is theoretically based on the translation perspective and examines translation of quality idea at the institutional level. Strategic documents of universities of applied sciences in Lithuania are analyzed here.  The study reveals the formulation of positive connotations and intentions of quality idea.
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