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Hybrid Higher Education: Levels, Methods, Technology

V. Nikiforov
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UDC 378:37.09

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.01-22.025                   

 

Valery Nikiforov,

Habilitated Doctor of Philosophy,

Professor of the Baltic International Academy (BIA),

Riga, Latvia

e-mail: valerijs.nikiforovs@bsa.edu.lv

 

The need for mixed (hybrid) education makes the issues of methods and technology of higher education relevant again. Offered: 1) replacing the traditional hierarchy of levels of information acquisition — knowledge — abilities — skills, with the hierarchy of knowledge — skills — abilities — activity programs; 2) linking teaching methods to the offered levels; 3) replacing the traditional linear learning technology with a multilevel one.

Key words: hybrid learning, information acquisition levels, teaching methods, learning technology.

 

Jauktu (hibrīdu) mācību nepieciešamība atkal padara par aktuāliem augstskolu mācības metožu un tehnoloģiju jautājumus. Piedāvātas: 1) tradicionālās informācijas apguves hierarhijas aizstāvēšana — zināšanas — iemaņas — prasmes, ar hierarhiju zināšanas — prasmes — iemaņas —darbības programmas; 2) mācību metožu piesaiste piedāvātiem līmeņiem; 3) tradicionālas lineāras mācību tehnoloģijas aizstāvēšana ar daudzlīmeņu.

Atslēgvārdi: hibrīdas mācības, informācijas apguves līmeņi, mācību metodes, mācību tehnoloģija.

 

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