Modular structure and dynamic adaptive character of teaching


  • István Szőköl J. Selye University, Faculty of Education, Bratislavská cesta 3322, 945 01 Komárno, Slovakia


The study describes the model of modular structure of content and adaptive character of teaching the subject Informatics for students of Faculty of Education at the J. Selye University in Komárno. In the most countries of the world, its trend to create expectations for result of the schools work, we can say standards, which could be regularly controlled. From the most of products it’s required to answer for predetermined standards, and these standards or norms are strictly controlled. In schools they don’t do it. Nobody guaranteed, that the student of that school in which he learn the knowledge, skills, etc.

Legitimating of the tutoring outcome is different in several countries. Results of crude tutoring, in Slovak Republic is recognized with successful ending of the secondary school studies, high-school graduation, final exam, graduate exam and state examination. On European level there are no existing rules and regulation.

In this paper we are analyses the current stage of the problem, provides definition of information competency, the standards of information competency are listed, emphasis is put on key competences as the concept of curricula, defining the modul system and subject system in IT education, explaining their advantages and disadvantages.

Schools must to keep tempo with rapid improvement of technology, appraisal of social changes. They must to receive new form of teaching based on the results of appraisals about, how people learn, about effective usage of technology and skilfulness for 21st century. Student, who comes to university, have particular abilities and knowledge about Information and Communication Technology, however the standards are different on every type of secondary schools. That’s why universities have to accept new conditions, and teach to student’s tutorials, which they don’t know.