PECULIARITIES OF WOULD-BE TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL TRAINING WITH ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
AbstractThe article presents the results of the research on the problem of the use of electronic educational resources in would-be teachers’ professional training and classifies electronic educational resources. Special attention is given to electronic resources for educational purposes, electronic educational and methodological package in particular (ELMP). The authors characterize the stages and principles of ELMP designing and determine its functions in would-be teachers’ professional training at institutes of higher education. The process of ELMP designing implies the integration of the traditional and innovative didactic facilities, electronic educational resources and teaching methods in order to establish active cooperation between teachers and students. The use of ELMPs ensures the efficient high-quality support for various forms of professional training; intensifies the development of students’ intellectual and creative capabilities; reinforces learning motivation through the use of an apt ELMP interface; improves the comprehension of training materials; accelerates the formation of would-be teachers’ professional skills; fosters professional competence in the sphere of information technologies and mental flexibility in professional problems solving in the process of would-be teachers’ professional training at institutes of higher education. The use of ELMPs in would-be teachers’ professional training gives the following advantages: high technological effectiveness of creating and use; high level of systematization of educational and methodological materials; realization of various functions; advanced facilities in presenting (visualizing) training materials. The research shows that compared to electronic educational resources for educational purposes, ELMPs considerably improve the efficiency of teaching due to the ability of ELMP to respond to students’ needs enabling a dialogue with the training system, the capability of timely renewal of training materials, the opportunity to introduce references to other electronic educational resources into ELMP; the capability of ELMP to adapt to students’ individual abilities and needs through various learning pathways and different complexity levels of tests included in ELMP.
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