Implementation Of Students' Project Work Within Digital Environment
Modernization of higher education and increasing the specialist’s competitiveness in recent years remain the priority areas of the development of society. The practice of pedagogical activity of higher education includes more and more project activities, which are fixed by the introduction of the Federal State Educational Standards of Higher Education of the third generation. The article provides definitions of such concepts as "project", "project activity", "project within digital environment". It describes the principles of project-based learning and reveals the characteristic features of students' project activities within digital environment. The authors emphasize various types of projects within digital environment (class telecommunication project, telecommunication educational project, distance multimedia Internet project, mobile Internet project, and smart Internet project). They consider teacher and student activities at all stages of the project life cycle. The article pays special attention to the use of digital environment services during the project life cycle. It describes the method of forming project teams and distributing roles according to the model of M. Belbin. The study has shown that arrangement of project activities within the digital environment provides cognitive interaction of students, development and improvement of their abilities in the process of joint activities, mastering a variety of ways to implement project work, as well as the inclusion of students in the process of solving applied problems.
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