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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Yuliya Ivina
The Relationship Between Educational- Methodical Complex Used at Elementary School and Academic Progress
Evidence-based Educational Policy
(Master’s programme)
2017
This research devoted to the problem of used the relationship between educational-methodical complex used at elementary school and academic progress.

The main questions of the research are: Is the choice of educational methodical complex associated with level of education of first-graders? Is the academic progress associated with educational-methodical complex when control of variables of socioeconomic status of the family? Is the relationship of academic progress associated with educational-methodical complex when control of variable - visitation of special courses for preschool education?

The main research methods are: comparative analysis of domestic and foreign sources of literature, and methods of mathematical statistics - correlation, dispersion and regression analysis of data.

As a result of the research, was found and proved relationship between the academic progress of first-graders and educational-methodical complex which implemented in their school.

At the same time was proved the fact that schools which use "Developing education system by D.B. Elkonin - V.V. Davydov" educational-methodical complex, first-graders have better academic progress than first-graders in schools where using the traditional educational-methodical complex "School of Russia" (with the control of variables that characterize the socioeconomic status of the child's family and its individual characteristics).

Keywords: progress, educational-methodical complex, the first grader, educational training, traditional training, starting diagnostics.

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