Prospects for the development of distance education in Ukraine: Methodological aspect
Palabras clave:higher education, education system, distance learning, distance education.
The article develops the theoretical and methodological foundations of distance learning in the system of continuous education and its characteristic features (flexibility, modularity, parallelism, long-range action, asynchrony, mass character, economic efficiency, the changed role of the teacher, the new role and activity of the student, specialized control of the learning process, the use of modern teaching aids, sociality, internationality); the differences between distance learning and the traditional full-time form are established (in the distance learning system, the student is the customer of knowledge; the information and educational environment of distance learning is much wider, but less than traditional full-time education, regulates the behavior of participants in the pedagogical process and disciplines students to a greater extent); the specifics of the personal interaction of participants in the distance learning process and the management of distance learning processes (human studies, psychophysical, socio-psychological aspects predominate in it) are revealed; carrying out educational work in the conditions of remote betrothal puts forward the axiological approach in the first place; resolved a set of issues related to the introduction of a distance learning system into real pedagogical practice (its social, worldview, value, methodological, legal, financial, economic, organizational, didactic, technological, psychological, applied and educational aspects); organizational forms of distance learning are defined (traditional (correspondence); with fragmentary use of information and communication technologies; electronic; combined).
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