Oksana Musiyovska. Didactic Model Of Foreign Language Blended Learning Course Design And Implementation

Social Sciences / Education / Technology

Submitted on: Jan 29, 2016, 08:40:59

Description: Blended learning is an innovative technology that enables to apply modern means of information transfer and communication, not going beyond traditional educational process, and complementing the existing didactic system of the higher educational institution with the new features. This technology can increase the efficiency of foreign language training of future technical specialists if its introduction in educational process will be provided by the following didactic conditions: availability of the motivation of the student and teacher to use this technology, choosing the most viable means of training and the development of professionally-oriented content of the training course, as well as the use of an effective learning and content management systems allowing monitoring and control of all stages of the educational process. It will make students relatively autonomous in learning, will increase their motivation to learn foreign languages by incorporating into the course up-to-date and relevant training material and will help teacher to manage the training process and to monitor the success of student training. The didactic conditions of blended learning course design and implementation in the process of foreign language training of technical universities students have been researched and a didactic model of its realization has been offered in this article. Keywords blended learning, motivation, educational process, didactic conditions, professionally-oriented content, learning and content management systems, didactic model

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