Мixed learning as a means of activating adaptive processes in higher pedagogical education
Abstract. The article is devoted to the organization of blended learning in institutions of higher pedagogical education. Emphasis is placed on the highlighted opportunities for the implementation of blended learning as a means of activating adaptive processes in higher pedagogical education.
It is noted that the intensification of adaptive processes is currently in demand today. The article analyzes the works of domestic and foreign scientists on the identified research problem.
The article presents his own experience of organizing blended learning on the example of the study of pedagogical disciplines by pre-service teachers of philology at Kharkiv National Pedagogical University named after G.S. Skovoroda and reveals its adaptive nature. Were considered the ways of organization of educational content, creation of differentiated tasks, implementation of activation of educational and cognitive activity and motivation of students. Attention is also focused on the organization of various types of control (current, final) educational and cognitive activities, as an important component of the adaptive learning process.
Attention is paid to the fact that even in the organization of blended learning an important point is the choice of models. Models of "Inverted class", "Rotation by stations" are the most convenient and appropriate in the teaching of pedagogical disciplines.
The article provides specific examples of the use of information and communication and cloud technologies in the study of pedagogical disciplines by applicants for humanities.
The possibilities of blended learning as a means of activating adaptive processes in higher pedagogical education are generalized, in particular, the implementation of an individual approach to the applicant's personality, the advantages and weaknesses are identified.
It is noted that further research will relate to the rationale for the didactic system of blended learning of humanities students in higher pedagogical education.