Training SVG (in pedagogy) – purposeful pedagogical process of the organization and stimulation of active educational and cognitive activity of pupils on mastering knowledge, abilities and skills, development of creative abilities and moral ethical views.
Training SVG – a type of learning activity, in which the number and quality of knowledge and skills elements of students are brought by the teacher (teacher) to an appropriate level (average, standard, possible), which is the purpose of learning.
Training SVG activity is considered completed and the purpose of the activity is achieved if the quantity and quality of the learning material in the re-produced product of the pupil corresponds to the learning objective or constitutes the appropriate level (average, standard, possible) presented in the learning objective. This is achieved through the interaction between the teacher and the student, and requires both sides of the learning process to make efforts and actions that contribute to the successful achievement of the learning objectives. It is also necessary to have the same goals in common, and in case of their discrepancy, to bring the goals into mutual correspondence with all participants of the learning process in the process of communication. The teacher should make an effort and organise the learning material in terms of form and content to improve the student’s understanding of the knowledge he or she perceives in the learning process. The level of understanding of the information received depends on the student’s efforts to acquire the material, as well as on the level of knowledge that the student has already understood and understood.
Below are 11 learning statements, which are arranged in temporary order of publication of the materials containing them and cover a 30-year period from 1954 to 1984.
1. “Learning is a pedagogical process whereby pupils, under the supervision of a teacher, acquire knowledge, skills and competencies, both general and specialized.
2. “Learning is the pedagogical process by which teacher-led students acquire knowledge, skills and competencies, general or specialized. In the process of learning, pupils receive a certain level of education.
3. “Learning, in the narrow sense, is the management of learning. Broadly speaking, learning is a two-way process that involves the transmission and assimilation of learning material, i.e. the activities of the teacher (teaching) and learners (learning).
4. “Learning, as a special purposeful activity of the teacher to equip learners with knowledge, skills and abilities and to develop their cognitive and creative abilities, is an essential part of education in a broad sense.
5. “After all, learning is a conscious, purposeful activity of educators and learners.
6. “The learning process is a complex unity of the teacher’s activity and the activity of students aimed at the common goal of equipping students with knowledge, skills and abilities, their development and upbringing. Learning is a two-way process”.
7. “It (learning) becomes a separate, specific type of social activity, turns into a relatively independent social phenomenon – a means of transferring social experience … Thus, learning should be seen primarily as a unity, an integral sphere of human activity.
8. “The notion of “learning” characterizes the organized process generated by the interaction of two activities – teaching and learning.
9. “Learning is a purposeful process of interaction between teachers and students that involves the education, upbringing and development of the individual.
10. “10. Training is the main way of receiving education, a purposeful, systematic and systematic process of mastering knowledge, skills and abilities under the guidance of experienced persons – teachers, masters, mentors, etc.
11. “Education is a specific path of the pedagogical process in the course of which, under the guidance of a specially trained person (teacher, propagandist, etc.), socially determined tasks of educating a person are implemented in close connection with his upbringing and development. Education is a two-way process”.