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Model of interactive learning process in the system of higher education

S.B. Kalinkovskaya
80,00 Р

 

candidate of pedagogical science,
senior lecturer, corresponding member of
the International Teacher′s Training Academy of Science,
Vladimir State University for the Humanities
 
 
            The article considers the problem of modeling and organizing of interactive learning in the educational system of modern higher education. The author presents brief historical description of the theory of symbolic interactionism, that allows to understand the nature of interactive learning. Described are approaches of modern teachers to understanding the essence of interactive training, as well as the author’s own definition for that phenomenon elaborated.
            Key words: high school, educational process, interactive training, co-ordination, subjects of the educational process.
 
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