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Аграрный вестник Урала № 12 (130) 2014

Образование

Кривоногова А. С. кандидат биологических наук, доцент Уральский государственный аграрный университет

Кривоногов П. С. аспирант, старший преподаватель Уральский государственный аграрный университет

Скорынина Е. В. аспирант, директор Центра реабилитации животных Уральский государственный аграрный университет

УДК:37.026

INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

 Technology is developing very fast around the world, technological development affects our life. It is necessary for educatorsto meet demands of the time. It takes educators to use modern educational technology in all aspects of their profession. Thisarticle tries to examine the role of Interactive teaching methods in education of agricultural university students. The use of newtechnologies in education is dictated by time and features a modern society in which the relationship between scientific knowledge,culture, technology and engineering is becoming closer and more comprehensive. From the teacher requires not only athorough knowledge of the subject, but also continuous improvement of its arsenal of teaching opportunities, the applicationof new technologies in all areas of their professional activities. Using interactive technology and modern technical means in thelearning process maximizes reveal cognitive, communicative and creative potential of students, as well as reduces the impactof negative factors caused by stress and change the situation to enroll in college. Adaptation of students from rural areas iseasier and faster for urban students significantly increased motivation to learn. All this together leads to higher performance andimprove the quality of education, as well as a beneficial effect on the psychosocial climate of the university


Keywords:

modern educational technology, interactive teaching methods, agrarian university, students, junior year, quality of education


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