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Distance Learning Approaches in the Mathematical Training of Pedagogical Institutes's Students
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IJESE Volume 11, Number 18, ISSN 1306-3065

Abstract

Nowadays, the Information technologies are more and more widely used in the mathematical education system. The generalization of experience and its implementation by means of the open source software is of current interest. It is also important to address this problem due to the transfer to the new FSES (Federal State Education Standards) of high education. The use of open source software systems allows organizing an effective information environment to support the educational process at the lowest financial costs, including for the distance learning and training of persons with reduced mobility. Within this article we consider the results of mobile e-learning system development based on a Learning Management System (LMS) Moodle and some aspects of its application in the educational process of the Institute of Natural, Mathematical and Technical Sciences of the Lipetsk State Pedagogical University (LGPU). Based on a survey of lecturers and 50 graduates from the areas of "Teacher Education" and "Professional Education" it was found that the average value of the time that the respondents consider as appropriate to devote to the study of subjects by electronic educational resources is 37.5%. Taking into account the data obtained from the study, we substantiate the expediency of applying electronic educational resources as auxiliary tools of students training. The article focuses on the mathematical discipline due to the need to implement the Concept of mathematical education development.

Citation

Fomina, T., Vorobjev, G. & Kalitvin, V. (2016). Distance Learning Approaches in the Mathematical Training of Pedagogical Institutes's Students. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 11(18), 12145-12154. Retrieved January 24, 2020 from .

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