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Unified blended learning management system

S.M. Bakhisheva, Z.G. Mukhtar
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UDC 378:37.09

DOI 10.20339/AM.09-23.049


Svetlana M. Bakhisheva, Dr. Sci. (Pedagogy), Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology, West Kazakhstan University of Innovation and Technology, Republic of Kazakhstan, Uralsk, ORCID: 0000-0003-3532-5705, e-mail:

Zinur G. Mukhtar, Master of Pedagogy and Psychology, Senior lecturer of the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology, West Kazakhstan University of Innovation and Technology, Republic of Kazakhstan, Uralsk, ORCID: 0000-0003-4129-3412, e-mail:


The article is devoted to the managerial aspects of blended learning, and considers the possibilities of integrating digital educational resources and tools to build a unified system for organizing and managing the process of blended learning. It has been revealed that today many different educational platforms have been developed and used, the functions and roles of learning activity management systems, learning management, content management, and other resources, which have different formats of organizational solutions, have been analyzed, and ways of their integration have been identified.

An adaptive model for the integration of learning management and support systems in a mixed format, allowing students to interact with the learning environment in digital ways and self-regulate learning, was proposed.

Scientific novelty is the theoretical justification and definition of the role of digital technology integration in academic, institutional and technological support of blended learning, development of structural and content model based on the integration of digital educational technologies and value-target, didactic, communicative and technological, institutional, evaluative-results and system-forming components of blended learning management system.

The practical significance is the development of the platform as a unified adaptive environment, outlining the functions of management managers, teachers and students in the process of implementing blended learning in higher education. The main functions of blended learning technology, modern methods and tools for online learning are described, the features of mixing online and offline, synchronous and asynchronous learning are revealed. During the study, a survey of students, undergraduates and faculty was carried out, the educational platforms of higher education, the possibility of integrating digital learning resources in the implementation of blended learning. The results of the experiment are summarised and processed.

Keywords: blended learning (b-learning), unified management system, self-regulated and self-directed learning, integrated digital technology platform LMS, LAMS, CMS, structure and content model, performance evaluation criteria.



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