Krasheninnikova Lyubov Veniaminovna
Кандидат биологических наук, Cand. Sci. (Biolog.), Master of Management, MBA (Open), Researcher, Laboratory of Personalization and Continuing Education, Institute of Continuing Education, Moscow City University, karsheninnikovalv@mgpu.ru, Moscow
Zakharov Konstantin Pavlovich
Кандидат педагогических наук, Cand. Sci. (Pedagog.), Assoc. Prof, High School of Engineering Pedagogy, Psychology and Applied Linguistics, Humanitarian Institute, Peter the Great Polytechnic University, kzaharov@spbstu.ru, Sankt Peterburg

Application of Methods of a Collective Organizational Form of Training in a Digital Educational Environment

In the paper issues relevant to collective learning in the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) are considered. Characteristics of the VLE promoting successful collective learning were revealed. Communications between the Saint Petersburg’s Peter the Great Polytechnic University students basing on the “Change couple” method after A.Rivin were used as a case study to identify specificity of such communications while working with texts and parsing definitions. Experience got while “peer assessment” method application has been considered although, the method being successfully used in growing number of MOOCs. Content analysis has been applied to analyze texts in the student’s home works. The algorithm to be used by an open online course speaker to successfully apply the peer assessment method was developed by an author and tested in the open online course named “Involve and Teach or Gamification in the Education”. Advancements and limitations of collective learning in VLE have been considered and VLE characteristics which have become integral parts of the open online courses revealed. Conclusions are made re ability of the collective learning to personalize education and improve motivation in the VLE, as well as developing mentors’ groups there to facilitate monitoring, reporting and home works’ checking. Prospects of collective learning, possibilities and risks it provides in VLE, are discussed.
collective learning; virtual learning environment; collective learning methods; change couples method after A.Rivin; couples of limited shift; addition method; peer assessment

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