New Information Technologies in Education

The discipline is read for first-year students of a master course (2nd semester). The total working intensiveness amounts to 144 academic hours including class work (lectures and seminars) - 30 hours, self-instruction work – 78 hours, revision before an exam – 36 hours).  ECTS equals 4. Upon mastering the given discipline students are to take an exam.

The main goal of the discipline is to provide students with the skills necessary for use of modern information and communication technologies (ITC) as means of teaching pupils and students and organization of educational process at schools on the basis of information and communication technologies. Apart from practical skills students acquire profound knowledge in carrying out scientific research on professional level.

While mastering the academic discipline New Technologies in Education students get to know the classification of training resources of ITC, standards of electronic training resources, sanitation and hygiene standards while working with ITC, the process of functioning of open educational systems on the Internet, methods of applying ITC as means of teaching.

New Technologies in Education implies studying types, methods and techniques of  ITC in  education. Students are taught to use modern techniques of teaching foreign languages, modern technologies of organization educational process, modern methods of linguistic education.

The most important issues students are to cover while studying the given discipline are: Information and Communication Technologies, Information Educational sphere, Information Analysis of Pedagogical Systems, Information Storage and Processing, Didactic Basis of  Development and Usage of  Information and Communication Technologies, Electronic Teaching and Educational Materials, Pedagogical Diagnostics and Management, Internet Education.

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