Remote Individual Training
Irina N. Fardeeva1, Indira A. Shakirova2, Elena N. Maltseva3, Valentina I. Kuzmenko4, Sergey Kh. Peteraitis5
1Irina N. Fardeeva, Kazan Federal University Indira
2A. Shakirova, Kazan Federal University
3Elena N. Maltseva, Kazan Federal University
4Valentina I. Kuzmenko, Kazan Federal University
5Sergey Kh. Peteraitis, Togliatti State University, Russia
Manuscript received on October 12, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 5112-5114 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A9208119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A9208.119119
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Abstract: Modern information technology has firmly entered our lives, which has affected the learning process in higher education. Individual distance learning has been reflected in the development of new teaching methods for people with disabilities, however, more recently, more attention has been paid to the issue of introducing distance learning and for people who, due to circumstances (remote access), cannot be in an educational institution. Individual distance learning is currently a promising form of education for high-quality higher education, since one of the tasks of modern education is unlimited access to high-quality educational resources regardless of gender, race, social status, place of residence, etc. This type of training can be described as a process of providing access to classical modern education, when the source of information and the students themselves are separated in time and space. The theoretical and methodological basis of this article is based on work in the field of computer science and pedagogy, which explores various processes, methods and means of using computer technology for distance learning in universities. This article is devoted to the issue of consideration of technologies used for independent activities in the framework of distance individual learning. The authors conducted a study of the results of distance individual learning. It was found that interactive lectures, video conferencing, audiovisual tools, interactive seminars, glossaries, interactive tests are considered the most effective technologies for independent work of students. The results made it possible to emphasize the effect of the development of distance learning technologies.
Keywords: Distance Individual Learning; Lifelong Education, Learning Process, Electronic Resource, Information Systems.
Scope of the Article: Smart Learning and Innovative Education Systems