SHS Web Conf.
Volume 98, 2021The Third Annual International Symposium “Education and City: Education and Quality of Living in the City” (Education and City 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Media Space and Digital Technology in Education|
|Published online||09 March 2021|
Training of special teachers to use the resources of Moscow E-School
1 Moscow City University, Institute of Special Education and Psychology, Department of Special Pedagogy and Comprehensive Rehabilitation, Moscow, Russia
2 National Children’s Rehabilitation Center of Corporate Fund “University Medical Center”, Nursultan, Republic of Kazakhstan
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This article discusses the issues of training special teachers for using modern digital educational technologies, in particular innovation resources of Moscow E-School (MES). The aim of this work is in development of technology of specialists’ training, capable to work with the resources of MES, in the frames of higher education. The following research methods were applied: surveying students, expert appraisal of students by teachers, aiming at formed skills and habits to work in MES environment. The obtained experimental results evidence that in the frames of higher education, the proposed technology of specialists’ training, capable to work with the resources of MES in the frames of optional courses, demonstrated sufficiently high results. The study revealed high satisfaction of teachers with the level of students’ qualification, namely: creative potential was enhanced, during the practice the students demonstrated higher involvement. Thus, in 2020, the teachers supervising the practice marked high level of skills of operation with MES resources demonstrated by 57% of students, which was nearly by two times higher than in 2018 (31%). In 2020, the average level was recorded for 28% of students, the low level – for 15% of students, which was nearly by two times lower than in 2018 (27%). Introduction of such optional course is exclusive, since it is oriented at training students specializing in special (defectology) education and solves the following tasks: firstly, to arm with the skills and habits of operation in digital environment, namely, MES, and secondly, to arm with specific knowledge and skills of development of electronic content for disabled children.
Key words: Moscow E-School / digitalization of education / disabled children / children with peculiar educational demands
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