PERSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF USE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS AS LEARNING TOOLS IN LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Keywords:electronic social networks, informational and educational environment, learning
AbstractDidactic value of electronic social networks is determined by capabilities to provide group interaction. It is proved that ESN can act as means of collaborative training activities, means of social contacts deployment, extension of all participants’ social interaction in educational process. Attention is paid to emphasis change from network communication to productive discussion and from collaboration to cooperative learning methods for students. The problem of improving of information and communication competence of all learning process partners is described. Possible changes in teaching methodology, when new objects, electronic social networking services appear in the system of education, are examined.
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