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Simulation and gaming methods in educational process at a higher school: enhancing students’ scientific research activity

Elena V.Zarukina

St.Petersburg State University of

Engineering and Economics


The importance and higher school: main tasks of students’ scientific research organisation and development at a higher school


Educational methods and technologies higher school: at modern higher school:

Rote learning

Learning as reflection

students’ scientific research activity

Intellectual mobility – an ability of individual to collect, analyze, use the increasing streams of information and accomplish professional tasks creatively


T he main tasks of students scientific research organisation and development at a higher school
T higher school: he main tasks of students’ scientific research organisation and development at a higher school:

  • to establish conditions for discovering and realisation of personal creativity of students;

  • to enhance efficiency of students’ participation in scientific activities;

  • to increase efficiency of students’ scientific research by involving students into research on scientific challenges of highest priority, connected with today’s needs of society and the State.



The factors of research skills formation 1
The factors of research skills formation higher school: 1:

  • personal activity of a student;

  • interest to research activities;

  • motivation for taking part in research activities;

  • relations of collaboration with teaching staff;

  • appropriate ‘scientific’ climate in a group of students.

    1 Sychkova N.V. (2002). Research education of university students. Magnitogorsk: MaGU, 61-62.


Methods of students scientific research intensification at a higher school1
Methods of students’ scientific research intensification at a higher school

  • methods of direct motivation for participation in scientific research (material and moral rewards, crediting results of scientific research for assessment of general academic performance, publications);

  • organizational methods, aimed at development of interest to scientific research and primary scientific research skills, at establishment of the climate of creative cooperation of students and lecturers.


Organizational and methodical innovations

Organizational and methodical innovations at a higher school

Business game

“Step into Science”


The tasks of the business game step into science
The tasks of the business game “Step into Science” : at a higher school

  • to make students familiar with possibilities and mechanisms of scientific research;

  • to ensure that students obtain primary scientific research skills;

  • to develop cooperation with lecturers of the department or faculty in the framework of students’ scientific research.




The rules of business game
The rules of business game: functions

  • project teams are composed of 3-5 persons by choice of students;

  • the projects are developed and grounded by the teams using Internet resources and other sources of information with support of scientific advisors;

  • developed solutions are presented in established form (table 3); explanatory notes (in any form) can be attached. In addition to the materials said, the teams need to prepare presentations of developed solutions;

  • representatives of organisations providing financial support to scientific research, make decisions on the basis of presented materials and provide financial support (in pre-established amounts) to a certain project;

  • a team, which receives the largest amount of financial support, will be the winner.




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