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Psychological characteristics of rural school students and teachers in Kazakhstan.

[Speaker] Mukeyeva, Karina:1
[Co-author] Baktybayev, Zhanat:2, Almurzayeva, Bibigul:3, Ungarbayeva, Shynar:2, Rizuanova, Anar:4, Skabayeva, Gulmira:5, Aymaganbetova, Olga:6, Naurzalina, Danna:1, Li, Alexina:1
1:Turan University (Kazakhstan), 2:ZhSU named after I.Zhansugurov (Kazakhstan), 3:K. Zhubanov ARSU (Kazakhstan), 4:Atyrau State University named after Kh. Dosmukhamedov (Kazakhstan), 5:KazNAU (Kazakhstan), 6:al-Farabi KazNU (Kazakhstan)

The psychological and educational diagnosis was attended by 80 students and 20 teachers of small rural schools and resource center. Over 50% of participants show high levels of anxiety (50%) in frustration of needs to succeed. The results of the survey on students' attitude to taught subjects show that 12% have a shallow interest to certain subjects, 27% of them see some subjects as necessity, 29% of students show deep interest in subject and 32% experience an increased cognitive interest. The survey involves rural school teachers who form tiny pedagogical staff. Therefore there is a slight stagnation in creative work implementation and low educational performance indicator (13%). One of the challenges of rural schools is the fact that a teacher usually knows a child and his parents before coming to school. The teachers support informal communication with students that cause difficulties in their work as a "curators".
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