THE USE OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN THE TEACHING OF PROFESSIONAL DISCIPLINES IN THE FIELD OF VETERINARY MEDICINE IN THE CONDITIONS OF ON-LINE TRAINING
Keywords:on-line learning, disciplines of the professional cycle, innovative technologies, methodological instructions, veterinary and sanitary expertise.
This article presents the materials of the report within the framework of the methodological week of the Agrarian Faculty on the topic: «Application of innovative technologies in the study of disciplines of the professional cycle in on-line learning»
The concepts of the structure of the distance learning system are considered. In addition, the methods used in teaching professional disciplines online are defined. The advantages and disadvantages of synchronous and asynchronous learning systems are described, as well as the importance of establishing feedback with students when teaching disciplines of the professional cycle. It is stated that with the correct feedback, you can find out your own opinion of students.
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