Team Learning Conception In The Distance Education System

Abstract

Currently, distance education has received additional impetus due to the long time enforced isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and need to provide training sessions for the widest audience of students - from elementary school to bachelors, masters and graduate students in higher education. So, pedagogical community was pushed by the circumstances to look for new effective methods of educational process organizing in distance form. Ensure on the one hand, active students participation in educational process, making it more democratic, and on the other hand, not to lessen supervision over each student. The search, development and new forms implementation in distance education system are also necessary to provide comfortable social environment both for students and teachers. It is also necessary to ensure their active interaction in the studied topics and communication, not only during lectures and practical classes, but also outside school hours (during the teacher’s absence). This opportunity provided to students, or such educational process features will encourages them actively communicate on the lecture course issues, will allow the students creative minds to unfold. One of the forms of distance educational process that allows realizing above mentioned opportunities is team learning.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.175

Online ISSN

2357-1330