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Distributed education and education within the context of modern educational paradigm

G.N. Boychenko, L.I. Kundozerova
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Galina N. Boychenko,

 Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, docent,

assistant professor of the theory and methods of teaching of computer science

 

Kuzbass State Pedagogigal Academy, Novokuznetsk

E-mail: galinaboychenko@gmail.com

 

Liudmila I. Kundozerova,

Doctor of Education, professor,

professor of humanitarian, social, economic and natural science disciplines

Kuzbass Institute of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, Novokuznetsk

E-mail: kundozerova@gmail.com

 

Within the context of modern educational paradigm actual model of distributed education is presented, covering formal, nonformal and informal forms of educa-tion. Characterized are levels, organizational forms and attributes of distributed education, and also conceptual system, as well as methodological basics of dis-tributed education theory are described. Key problems in the process of realiza-tion of distributed educational process are formulated.

Key words: educational paradigm, distributed education, distributed education theory, distributed cognition.

 

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