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Realization of constructivism theory in realities of blended learning environment

V.G. Nesterenko
80,00 Р

 

UDC 37.09

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.10-20.049

 

V.G. Nesterenko is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), doc. at Volgograd State Social-Pedagogical University e-mail: carryann@mail.ru

 

Presented is research study on projection and planning of a blended learning model in a field of formal university professional education. The article covers some problems, connected with modern learning methods and tendencies of their development. Blended learning is one of advanced tools of effective educational process, studied by teachers all over the world. The first important item in studying of blended learning is characteristics of its tendencies and theoretical bases to define ways and methods of its implementation. The article gives examples of basic theory searching, and ways and necessary conditions for blended learning environment arranging. According to many scientists, blended learning environment has all opportunities to use principles of constructivism theory, but adding of social contest in education allows ideas of social constructivism to be adopted in blended learning, as its aim is to acquire knowledge through the prism of cooperation and teamwork.

Key words: blended learning, IT educational resources, flexibility of blended learning forms and methods, constructivism theory, cognitive constructivism conception, social constructivism ideas.

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