Features of Pedagogical Communication in Social Networks
Irina N. Fardeeva1, Indira A. Shakirova2, Elena N. Maltseva3, Valentina I. Kuzmenko4, Elena V. Smirnova5

1Irina N. Fardeeva, Kazan Federal University Indira
2A. Shakirova, Kazan Federal University
3Elena N. Maltseva, Kazan Federal University
4Valentina I. Kuzmenko, Kazan Federal University Elena V. Smirnova, Togliatti State University, Russia

Manuscript received on October 12, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 5163-5165 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A9221119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A9221.119119
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Abstract: The education is enhance in computer technology very fast as in the modern life of development of technology. Accordingly, there is a need for integration between education and modern technology, which actually facilitates communication between students and teachers. Social networks have become an important component in the educational system and are widely used in most higher education institutions, as they improve traditional approaches to learning, transferring classroom education to online learning. Social networks create new opportunities through which information is transmitted, created, mixed, constantly updated and improved by users. The boundaries of communication between teachers and students have collapsed. The students have rights to work in production and also they can create their own contents as by developing their critical thinking by social constructivism. Thus, the learning environment as a whole is affected by these new ways of knowledge provision, and teaching and learning undergo changes and take on new forms. Taking into account these aspects, our research will be focused on the intersection between social network sites, encouraging the sense of community and opening up new opportunities for a motivating and collaborative informal learning process between teacher and students.
Keywords: Social Networks, Communication, Remote Education, Teaching Methods, Information Environment.
Scope of the Article: Communication