The digital didactics as a discipline of masters training program

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Problem and goal. The problem lies in the effectiveness of the formation of motivation for the productive information activities among the subjects of the educational process. The goal is determined by the need to train specialists, taking into account changes in the field of education that have occurred due to the introduction of digital technologies in education and risks of digitalization generated by technogenic processes in the educational environment. Methodology. The author's programs and funds of evaluation tools were used, practical tasks and research project topics were developed to include them in the programs of pedagogical and industrial practices of undergraduates. The materials are based on the author's developments, which are reflected in the textbooks. In practice, the following technologies have found methodological justification for the implementation of the discipline: information and communication technologies for universal use, Big Data, distance learning, blended learning, organization of project activities of students. Results. The introduction of the discipline “Digital Didactics” allows undergraduates to form new competencies. Conclusion. The competencies formed during the training of the discipline “Digital Didactics” enable to take into account the existing changes in the field of education.


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Vita I. Glizburg

Moscow City University

Author for correspondence.
Email: glizburg@mail.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-1230-6931
4 2-y Sel'skokhozyaistvennyi Proezd, Moscow, 129226, Russian Federation

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Department of Didactics, Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education

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