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Representative expertise of problematic task situation

S.A. Safontsev, N.Yu. Safontseva
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Sergey A. Safontsev,

Doctor of pedagogical Sciences, Professor of Department of Psychology and Pedagogical of High Educational, Faculty of Psychology SFU, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation

Natalya Yu. Safontseva

Doctor of pedagogical Sciences, Professor of Department of Pedagogical, Faculty of technology, fine arts and professional education SFU, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation

E-mail: safontsev-sa@yandex.ru 

Shown is a method to stimulate interest of students to the process of education. To elaborate problematic task situation of moderate difficulty, the authors used both sampling and expert methods, raising accuracy of measurement and reducing time on correction of task situation.

Key words: sampling method, stratification, expert method, concordance, difficulty. 

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