Prospects, Problems and Ways to Improve Distance Learning of Students of Higher Educational Institutions
Keywords:distance learning, educational process, professional training, information technologies and telecommunication networks, students, pedagogy
Today, the structure of education in the leading countries of the world is changing significantly. It is innovation that comes to the fore, the introduction of which can contribute to effective educational development. Separately, the relevance of the study of distance learning is added by the fact that the world lives in a pandemic, which requires a review of the current system of higher education and transfer it to the distance. The main purpose of the article is to study the problem and ways of improving the distance learning of students of higher education. Distance learning provides the opportunity to study when it is convenient for the student, at the pace that he chooses (within the established terms of the courses), in the place where he is (does not need to spend time on the road to universities to take current, and sometimes and final controls). The methodological basis is a system of complementary general scientific and special methods of cognition of socio-political phenomena, in particular systemic-structural, comparatively retrospective and structural-functional, interviewed, general methods of analysis and synthesis, etc. As a result, the problems and prospects of improving distance learning of scientific disciplines were investigated and the essence of the problems in the teaching of disciplines and ways to solve them were revealed. It is recommended that use proposed model of distance learning.
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