DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL COMPETENCE OF PEDAGOGICAL STAFF IN DISTANCE LEARNING BASED ON CLOUD SERVICES

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https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v86i6.4722

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digital competence, distance learning, cloud services

Abstract

The article analyzes the experience of implementing forms and methods of development of digital competence of educators in distance education using Google Workspace for Education cloud services, based on real experience of teacher training at the university. This article discusses the concepts of competence, digital competence and distance education. The experience of the Department of Open Educational Systems and Information and Communication Technologies of the Central Institute of Postgraduate Education (Kyiv, Ukraine) in the organization of distance learning in postgraduate education is revealed, the results of research on the impact of distance technologies on the quality of education are presented. Specificity of digital competence development among pedagogical staff in the process of organizing distance education on the basis of Google Workspace for Education cloud services is determined. The article also provides an overview of the opportunities provided by digital tools and cloud services in Google Workspace for Education for distance education and highlights the effective forms and methods of developing digital competence in distance learning on the example of advanced training of university teachers. The article presents a description of effective forms of teacher training in the educational environment of Google Class, analysis of learning outcomes and identifies the benefits of joint activities of participants in the learning process. The article features the results of research on the development of teachers’ digital competence measured on the basis of selected criteria for assessing the development of digital competence of research and teaching staff. The article highlights the promising trends in the development of digital competence of pedagogical staff in terms of distance education.

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Author Biographies

Victor V. Oliynyk, State Institution of Higher Education «University of Educational Management» National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine

Doctor Habilitated of Education Sciences, Professor, Professor at the Department of Open Educational Systems and Information and Communication Technologies

Natalia I. Gushchina, State Institution of Higher Education «University of Educational Management» National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine

PhD of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Open Educational Systems and Information and Communication Technologies

Ludmila G. Kondratova, State Institution of Higher Education «University of Educational Management» National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine

PhD of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Associate Professor at the Department of Open Educational Systems and Information and Communication Technologies

Sergey P. Kasyan, State Institution of Higher Education «University of Educational Management» National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine

PhD of of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Open Educational Systems and Information and Communication Technologies

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2021-12-30

How to Cite

Oliynyk, V. V., Gushchina, N. I., Kondratova, L. G., & Kasyan, S. P. (2021). DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL COMPETENCE OF PEDAGOGICAL STAFF IN DISTANCE LEARNING BASED ON CLOUD SERVICES. Information Technologies and Learning Tools, 86(6), 268–288. https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v86i6.4722

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ICT and learning tools in the sphere of post-graduate education