Requirements to Personal Results of Elementary School Students in Russia and Mongolia

Author(s)

Alexandra I. Ulzytuyeva, Doctor of Sciences (Pedagogy), Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Preschool and Primary Education, ORCID https://orcid.org/ 0000-0003-0998-0327, Transbaikal State University

30 Alexandro-Zavodskaya St, Chita, Russia, 672039, tel.: +7 (3022) 416444, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Svetlana A. Bazarova, Master’s Student, ORCID https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5557-339X, Transbaikal State University

129 Babushkin St, Chita, Russia, 672000, tel.: +7 (3022) 416444, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Abstract. Introduction. The paper actualizes the problem of assessing the quality of the world’s education with a focus on Russia and Mongolia. The use of the works by the scientists studying the comparative and systemic approaches is substantiated.

Methods and materials. This research addresses normative, conceptual, and organizational components of education quality assessment in Russia and Mongolia. It relies on a comparison of requirements for personal achievements in elementary school students in these countries. The paper presents planned results in mastering the basic educational program of elementary general education in Russia and analysis of stages of elementary education modernization in Mongolia.

Research results. An ultimate goal of elementary school, both in Russia and in Mongolia, is the formation of the personality of younger students, their mastery of the ability to learn, and spiritual and moral development. A crucial objective of elementary schools in both states is to build structural components of educational activities and universal educational actions in younger schoolchildren, and preserve the national culture.

Conclusion. An analysis of trends in the modernization of education content in elementary schools in the Russian Federation and Mongolia indicates that the changes in the structure of the content of elementary general education are associated with the ways of organizing its assimilation and the focus on the final results.

Keywords: elementary general education, personal results of students, primary education in Mongolia.

For citation: Ulzytuyeva A. I., Bazarova S. A. Requirements to Personal Results of Elementary School Students in Russia and Mongolia. Pedagogicheskiy IMIDZH = Pedagogical IMAGE. 2020; 14(4): 525–535. DOI: 10.32343/2409-5052-2020-14-4-525-535

UDС: 372.4

DOI: DOI: 10.32343/2409-5052-2020-14-4-525-535

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