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Abstract.The article contains the description of the processes of preparation for, implementation and evaluation of a pedagogical activity-typed workshop. The workshop was carried out during a regional event - "Auction of pedagogical ideas" held in Krasnoyarsk (June, 2016). The unusual form of the event made it important to develop an outstanding workshop which would be unpredictable to most of the participants. As a result, the aim and the hypothesis of the research were defined which led to the experiment during implementation of the pedagogical conditions, their evaluation and analysis. The research methods included general theoretical methods such as theoretical analysis of literature on psychology of teaching, regulatory documentation and documents about education institutions and teachers' works); empirical methods (observation, interview, analysis of teaching experience, etc.), and statistical methods (analysis of test results). There are six different positions described in the article. The author starts from the core competence - the teacher's ability to plan the students' results - then leads to the analysis of pros and cons of higher and post-graduate teachers' education that don't allow teachers to plan real, specific and measurable students' results; then the author becomes a master and continues to write about planning, carrying out and evaluating his workshop. The article should be useful to the teachers who want to change their traditional workshops to activity-typed workshops.
Keywords: planned results, criteria, apprentices, participants, master, Bloom's taxonomy, activity, workshop, specification of notion, pedagogical research
Article was received:03-03-2017
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