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Volume 127, 2021International Linguistic Science and Practice Conference “Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages 2.0: Real vs. Virtual” 2021
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|Linguodidactic Innovations During the Pandemic: Experience, Practice, Prospects
|02 December 2021
Prospects of using innovations in post-pandemic higher education
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Department of Foreign
Languages and Intercultural Communication, Moscow, Russia
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The prerequisites of this study were the practices of using innovative educational methods and technologies in higher education during the global COVID-19 pandemic, as well as their potential prospects for using already in the post-pandemic period. The purpose of the study was to assess the prospects and give innovative forecasts used in the framework of distance learning in post-pandemic higher education. To achieve this goal, such methods were used: analysis, inductive-deductive method, comparison method, as well as experimental and forecasting methods. The main result of the study is the conclusion that the prospects for using innovations of the pandemic period in post-pandemic higher education take place mainly in organizing the educational process in a hybrid (or a mixed) format, which involves the simultaneous use of traditional and innovative teaching methods and technologies. At the same time, among the innovative educational technologies that emerged during the pandemic and promising in the post-pandemic period, the following aspects were identified: remote lectures; remote seminars using online whiteboards, online video conferences, virtual and augmented reality technologies; interactive online learning technologies; remote technologies for organizing the educational process. Traditional educational technologies, in turn, included the following: personal consultations with a teacher; personal communication with a supervisor on student research papers; interactive practical classes, as well as a number of other technologies that are built on direct communication between students within a group or on communication between students and a teacher.
Key words: COVID-19 / distance education / innovative educational technologies / online education / hybrid learning format / mixed learning format / interactive whiteboard
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