Innovative Approaches To Improving The Quality Of Education At The University

Abstract

This article discusses the issues of using the blended learning model as a modern educational technology in higher educational institutions. Blended learning is designed to help overcome the disadvantages of technologies used today in the practice of educational activities. The aim of the study is to improve the quality of education based on the use of the rotational model technology, using which the so-called rotation of educational activities is carried out, that is, the redistribution of the ratio of traditional full-time classroom learning and online self-study in an individual mode. The authors carried out a review on the existing blended learning models used in the educational process at the present time. For use in the educational process, a rotational teaching model is proposed, namely, its version – «Inverted classroom». This is an innovative model, in which students are provided with theoretical material for independent study, and in the face-to-face practical lessons, the previously studied information is consolidated. On the basis of the federal state educational standard, the content of the course of the discipline is determined. Its methodological support has been developed and a model of a distance electronic course has been created for its subsequent introduction into the electronic information and educational environment of a higher educational institution.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.266

Online ISSN

2357-1330