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Volume 110, 2021International Conference on Economics, Management and Technologies 2021 (ICEMT 2021)
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|Published online||11 June 2021|
Traditional and Innovative Educational Technologies at the University through the E-Learning Prism
1 Azov-Black Sea Engineering Institute, Don State Agrarian University, 347740 Zernograd, Russia
2 Rostov State Transport University, 344038 Rostov-on-Don, Russia
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The article is dedicated to comprehension the process of technological education in relation to E-learning. The relevance of the study is determined by the situation connected with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, which required various educational organizations complete transition to distance learning for an indefinite period. It is noted that various educational technologies have been gaining new implementations in the conditions of distance education. The trend towards the gradual rejection of traditional (explanatory and illustrative) teaching methods and the transition to innovative technologies that were being operated within the educational system over the past decades has undergone changes due to the widespread transition to distance learning. Traditional technology, which structure includes elements of interactivity and innovation, has proven its effectiveness in the circumstances of E-learning. The least effective ones, based on the authors’ university teaching experience were training and game technologies. The technology of developing training can be effective if a teacher meets a number of conditions, depends on methods, means, and others learning technologies. Project technology, heuristic learning, problem – based learning, case-study technology, and differentiated learning proved to be the most effective ones. It is noted that the effectiveness of technologies application in the process of distance learning largely depends on a’s teacher professionalism and creative approach. The conclusion is made about the dynamism of the educational technologies system, its dependence on the conditions of training and the rapid development of educational technologies in response to conditions changes.
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