DOI: https://doi.org/10.15587/2519-4984.2019.170269

Information-communication technologies as the instrument for improving the quality of the educational process

Kateryna Stiepanova

Abstract


Now, different innovative technologies are used to improve the educational process through the presentation of a modern learning content, the quality monitoring and evaluation of learning results at the various stages, and also the creation of new organizational forms of learning, educational and scientific resources and electronic systems and their implementation in the process of students’ self-study and their classroom study. The transformation of the educational environment of the educational institutions by the use of special platforms is an important trend of the modern research. As the electronic educational resources supports different types of learning and research activities, such as theoretical material studies, the search for useful information, task solutions, testing, training, simulation, making experiments and others. Besides in the national strategy of education development takes place a defined course to improve the competitiveness and quality of education to ensure public high-level professionals in the current socio-economic conditions, and integration into the European and world educational space and precisely for this reason one of the main strategic directions of the national education system is the widespread integration of information technologies and innovative educational programs. The article is devoted to an analysis of the problems of modernization of the educational environment in the context of improving and quality control of information and communication technologies and innovative tools adoption into the educational process. Based on analysis of scientific researches in this field and according to the definition of quality of an educational process by UNESCO criteria, there was affected the question concerning monitoring systems of functioning of a higher educational institution as a unit that is its economic, administrative and educational guide. An analysis of impacts that must be factored now into our educational system is made. The most important indicators of information educational environment are considered. The main factors of the level of formation of educational-research environment have been given. The perspectives of using the electronic resources in the system of higher education are revealed


Keywords


educational environment; innovative tools; educational process quality; electronic resources; competences

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Natsionalna stratehiia rozvytku osvity v Ukraini na 2012–2021 roky. URL: http://zakon0.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/344/2013

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Donnelly R., McSweeney F. Applied E-Learning and E-Teaching in Higher Education. Hershey: New York, 2008. 440 р. doi: http://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-59904-814-7 







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