Pages: 8-16
Codes: 371.26 4.028
Authors: S.K. Kaldybaev
Abstract: In modern conditions of society dimension plays an important role. There is no scope of practice of human activities that does not use the measurement results. The development of science and technology has indissoluble links with to the increasing role of the measurements. Measurement is one of the methods of scientific knowledge. Czech philosopher K. Berka notes that modern science has grown up from a measurement, and has established itself only by measurement. By studying the questions, included in the definition of a range of concepts, defining their functions, pedagogical measurement of the ordinary, empirical knowledge, enriched the ranks of unfizical measurements and which turned it into the applied theory. Today pedagogical measurement has its own conceptual apparatus and operates its facilities and specific objects, reflects significant internal communication of the testing of pedagogical object and the laws of their development.
Keywords: measurement, quantity, theory of measurement, measuring instruments, nominal scale, ordinal scale, interval scale, the scale relations.
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