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INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT OF BLENDED LEARNING: ASPECTS OF TEACHING AND QUALITY

INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT OF BLENDED LEARNING: ASPECTS OF TEACHING AND QUALITY
Tatyana Noskova, Tatyana Pavlova, Olga Yakovleva (Russian Federation), Nataliia Morze (Ukraine), Martin Drlík (Slovakia)
 
Abstract: The aim of the study in frame of the international project IRNet - International Research Network for the study and development of new tools and methods for advanced pedagogical science in the field of ICT instruments, e-learning and intercultural competences is to understand how the quality of digital learning environment and a new methodology for teaching activities contribute to achievement of learning outcomes sought by modern society. The data from a comparative analysis of regulations in the field of e-learning in some countries participating in the project is represented. The article substantiates indicators of virtual educational environment in accordance with European standard of quality in higher education. The psychodidactic approach based on accounting of general concepts: information, communication and interaction management in a network learning environment used for evaluation of teaching activities in blended learning. The study hypothesis is based on the data obtained from analysis of the students’ views and attitudes towards various educational processes in digital learning environment and represents a set of conditions for system formation of university virtual educational environment and the effective use of e-learning technologies. At a later stage of research teachers in all the universities involved in project will be surveyed.
Keywords: e-learning, International Research Network, survey, quality, digital learning environment, advanced pedagogical practice.
 
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