Kazachikhina Irina Anatolievna
Кандидат филологических наук, Cand. Sci. (Psychol.), Assist. Prof. of the Department of Foreign Languages, Faculty of Humanity, Novosibirsk State Technical University, kazachixina@corp.nstu.ru, Novosibirsk

Modern approaches to learning task development for electronic educational and methodological complex

With the rapid obsolescence of knowledge and the need to constantly adapt teaching practice to prepare highly qualified professionals, one of the priorities of the modern universities becomes the search for modern teaching/learning tools, their development and application. One of the modern teaching aids is an electronic educational and methodological complex (EEMC), which is supposed to create favourable conditions for developing students’ research and professional skills. The analysis of the Russian practices shows the need to rethink approaches to the design of learning activities used in EEMC, and allow the teacher to quickly build the entire teaching process in accordance with the new educational context. As a solution which teachers are able to use even today in their work for the development of learning activities for EEMC we propose updated versions of systemic, student-centered and activity-based approaches. The types of learning tasks that demonstrate application of the proposed approaches are analyzed on the tasks of the EEMC designed for master students of the programme 44.04.01 Education.
electronic educational and methodological complex, information and communication technology, electronic educational environment, learning tasks, approaches to task development

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