PROSPECTS OF CREATIVE INTERACTION OF TEACHERS OF PROFILE DISCIPLINES AND TEACHERS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITIES ON THE BASIS OF WEBINARS AND STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT WORK
Keywords:creative cooperation, independent work of students, distance learning format, efficiency, motivation, quality of education, global game
The article attempts to synchronize the processes of teaching specialized disciplines and a foreign language in a non-linguistic university. According to the author, the transition to bilingual education is only a matter of time. To make it gradual and harmonious, intermediate stages are required, including symbiotic forms of working with educational material in two languages. The options for cooperation between teachers proposed by the author are predominantly creative and practice-oriented, which should help motivate students and improve the quality of the transforming educational process as a whole. The author pays special attention to the role of students' independent work, without the high-quality organization of which, during the period of global distancing, it is impossible to carry out such important and promising changes for students and society. The preferred outcome of the above changes should be the educational process where there is no rigid framework between teaching formats, languages, theory and creative practice.
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