“Challenges of Science”

Materials of International Practical Internet Conference “Challenges of Science”

ISSN ISSN 2707-9481, ISBN ISBN 978-601-323-288-1, 22 November 2022, Issue V


Title: Formation of students' intercultural competence through foreign films. Review

Authors: Okenova B.B., Kenzhebayeva A.T., Galeh N.I.P Pratama

Abstract: For the rapid development of society, it is necessary to form a new cultural image of a person who implements intercultural communication and is fluent in the latest innovative technologies. Intercultural learning is still relevant to be studied and it attracts the attention of many researchers worldwide as well as educators. The present paper explores components of intercultural competence through foreign films for forming students' competence in international communication. The process of integration into the world community and the creation of an open democratic society has set a new goal for Kazakhstan's education system - to see itself as a citizen of the world living in a certain country, not only as a representative of their own culture but also as a carrier. to bring up a capable person, to form a cultured person who has absorbed the richness of the cultural heritage of his people and the peoples of other countries, seeks mutual understanding with them and is ready to carry out interpersonal and intercultural interaction.

Keywords: competence, intercultural, education, students, movie, teaching.

Cite this article as: Okenova B.B.; Kenzhebayeva A.T.; Galeh N.I.P Pratama (2022). Formation of students' intercultural competence through foreign films. Review. Challenges of Science. Issue V, 2022, pp. 5-9. https://doi.org/10.31643/2022.01



Title: To the Problem of Ecology of Understanding Human Being by Human

Authors: Arpentieva M.R., Akhmetova T.A., Pertiwi F.D., Sansyzbayeva D.B., Kassymova G.K.

Abstract: : There are several approaches to considering the concept of environmental friendliness of psychological impact, among which the dialogical one should be especially highlighted. Dialogue as a way of “co-being” and “being-human”, acts as a natural form and method of psychological influence and help, specifying the peculiarities of understanding the client in a situation of psychological counseling, the collapse of the atmosphere of dialogue means failure to be oneself and the loss of the possibility of inter-human contact. A meaningful indicator of professional understanding in psychological counseling is understanding strategies as ways of forming meaning that lies in the approaches to understanding themselves. Environmental friendliness of understanding presupposes understanding that is born in dialogue, "co-existence", "fundamentally responsive", characterized by "direct contact" with the inner world of another, reflecting the process of experiencing his / her otherness, its capabilities, necessity, and productivity, the presence of a need for understanding, functions, and factors of understanding. It is important to understand that in addition to the values and goals of those communicating, understanding and transitioning to his / her new strategy is possible if a human has the desire to look and understand, it is determined in the event of the response.

Keywords: dialogue, psychological counseling, strategies for understanding a human by a human, strategy of explanation, strategy of interpretation, strategy of dialogization.

Cite this article as: Arpentieva M.R.; Akhmetova T.A.; Pertiwi F.D.; Sansyzbayeva D.B.; Kassymova G.K. (2022). To the Problem of Ecology of Understanding Human Being by Human. Challenges of Science. Issue V, 2022, pp. 10-16. https://doi.org/10.31643/2022.02



Title: How to improve the pre-school program? In the Case of China

Authors: Fang Yuqi, Kassymova G.K., Begimbetova G.A.

Abstract: : Since the 21st century, with the reform and comprehensive development of education, preschool education has gradually appeared in everyone's vision. In recent years, preschool education, as the foundation of lifelong education, has been highly valued and vigorously developed by the state. Preschool programs are also facing pressures and challenges. There are still many problems in the preschool education program. This article deals with how to improve the pre-school program, how to assess children’s knowledge in the preschool program, how to make preschool programs work well, and so on. The authors will further analyze and discuss the improvement measures in all aspects of the preschool education program based on the actual situation.

Keywords: preschool education program; the need for preschool education; status of preschool education; assessment; recommendations for improvement.

Cite this article as: Fang Yuqi; Kassymova G.K.; Begimbetova G.A. (2022). How to improve the pre-school program? In the Case of China. Challenges of Science. Issue V, 2022, pp. 17-24. https://doi.org/10.31643/2022.03



Title: Analysis of the problem of the emergence of spiritual crisis in individual and social consciousness manifested in the loss of ideals and meaning of life

Authors: Akhmetova A.I., Kamiyeva N.B., Turymbetova M., Yermagambetova M.N.

Abstract: :In order to get a person out of the state of deep spiritual crisis in all spheres of life, it is necessary for him to realize spirituality as a necessary condition for both successful development and for the preservation of humanity. The affirmation of universal human values in consciousness and behavior of a person is the basis of his/her spiritual health and moral well-being, aspiration for creative creation. However, the whole complexity of the modern situation is that spirituality in a person's worldview, in the system of life priorities, is of secondary importance. This is due to the domination of the technocratic way of thinking of the person who replaced moral feelings and prefers only materialistic values.

Keywords: suicide, overcoming strategy, corrective approach, criterion, criterial-oriented approach, structural approach, statistical approach, technological approach.

Cite this article as: Akhmetova A.I.; Kamiyeva N.B.; Turymbetova M.; Yermagambetova M.N. (2022). Analysis of the problem of the emergence of spiritual crisis in individual and social consciousness manifested in the loss of ideals and meaning of life. Challenges of Science. Issue V, 2022, pp. 25-32. https://doi.org/10.31643/2022.04



Title: Metacognition Didactic Communication in Higher Education

Authors: Arpentieva M.R., Retnawati H., Urazgaliyeva S.A., Azman M.N.A.

Abstract: Didactic communication is the communication of subjects about learning: its various components and processes. Didactic communication can only be studied as a multi-component, multilevel and multistage phenomenon, the features of which (modes, opportunities, limitations) are associated with the features of personal, interpersonal, and professional development of the subjects of interaction, manifested in the features of their understanding of themselves and the surrounding world, situations (tasks) of educational and professional activities. The main features of didactic communication are associated with its modes (orientation): learning, self-learning, and mutual learning. Didactic communication in various modes has different opportunities and limitations for the training and development of subjects of interaction, largely regardless of the subject area or specialization to which the student(s) belongs. As for the possibilities and limitations of various modes of didactic communication, in the reality of which all modes coexist in different proportions, depending on the level of personal, interpersonal, and professional development of a person, we can note the unproductiveness of learning and learning modes in working with subjects who have reached a high level of development in these areas. On the contrary, in didactic communication with children and beginners and specialists (students), these modes will be the basis for productive learning.

Keywords: dialogue, didactic communication, understanding, metacognitive procedures, modes of didactic communication, possibilities and limitations of didactic communication, personal development, interpersonal development, professional development.

Cite this article as: Arpentieva M.R.; Retnawati H.; Urazgaliyeva S.A.; Azman M.N.A. (2022). Metacognition Didactic Communication in Higher Education. Challenges of Science. Issue V, 2022, pp. 33-43. https://doi.org/10.31643/2022.05



Title: Development of Augmented Reality as a Learning Medium for Recognition of Layers and Structures of the Earth

Authors: Pratama H., Azman M.N.A., Vafazov F.R., Wijaya H.

Abstract: Augmented Reality is a technology that combines real-world measurement with the dimensions of the virtual world exposed in real-time. It doesn't completely replace what's in the real world, like virtual reality, but just adds to it. This is done by "painting" three-dimensional objects on markers, which are unique "patterns" that can be recognised by the application. Smartphones can develop Augmented Reality applications at low prices and can be used by many consumers. Augmented Reality can be сonsumed in various fields, one of which is the educational sphere as a learning media tool. It can be used to create a more interactive learning environment where students can interact directly with virtual world objects so that students can learn while playing. The application development process in this study is based on the waterfall model. The augmented reality app was developed for teachers and students as a medium in school. The app uses the Vuforia SDK software as a tool to create Augmented Reality. Java and C++ are based on Android. Real-world surface layer applications and earth structure recognition applications can read markers in Augmented Reality geography books. As a medium, they will display 3D models on the screen of android devices and display 3D on the layers and structures of the earth.

Keywords: dialogue, didactic communication, understanding, metacognitive procedures, modes of didactic communication, possibilities and limitations of didactic communication, personal development, interpersonal development, professional development.

Cite this article as: Pratama H.; Azman M.N.A.; Vafazov F.R.; Wijaya H. (2022). Development of Augmented Reality as a Learning Medium for Recognition of Layers and Structures of the Earth. Challenges of Science. Issue V, 2022, pp. 44-53. https://doi.org/10.31643/2022.06



Title: Psychological support for the psychological safety of an individual and a group in higher education

Authors: Tyumaseva Z.I., Valeeva G.V., Ponniah K., Nurtanto M., Nogaibayeva A.A., Arpentieva M.R.

Abstract: Many studies of psychological safety in education focus on the study of the antecedent events and results associated with psychological safety and its violations, but little attention is paid to the ways and steps of ensuring and developing psychological safety at different levels of the educational organization. Methodology. The purpose of the study is to analyze the problems and directions of psychological support for subjects of an educational organization (university) in the field of ensuring and developing the psychological safety of an individual and a group. A research method is a theoretical analysis of the problems of psychological support for the psychological safety of an individual and a group in higher education. Conclusion. Psychologically safe practice is essential in the field of education. Despite psychological safety, being an intuitive concept, it is quite difficult to apply it on a university scale since this problem and its solution have great resonance, and consequences for all levels and components of the educational system. That all parties feel free to speak up and participate as much as possible is vital to a safe and optimal educational experience.

Keywords: psychological support of subjects of an educational organization, university, psychological safety of a person.

Cite this article as: Tyumaseva Z.I.; Valeeva G.V.; Ponniah K.; Nurtanto M.; Nogaibayeva A.A.; Arpentieva M.R. (2022). Psychological support for the psychological safety of an individual and a group in higher education. Challenges of Science. Issue V, 2022, pp. 54-61. https://doi.org/10.31643/2022.07