Some Aspects Of The Process Of Students’ English Learning Managing Within E-Learning Technologies Scope


Abstract

The article deals with the analysis of blended and e-learning technologies scope in the process of students’ English learning managing in higher educational establishments. The logical and system and structural functional analysis of scientific literature was used. The importance of learning foreign languages by students as a general (universal) competence is revealed. The advantages of blended and e-learning technologies application in teaching and learning English have been given. The main forms of e-learning in the English learning process are determined. The definitions, such as: blended learning that is based on multimodal learning; interactive learning model; Knowledge management are grounded. The basic interactive English teaching methods are described. It is researched that the development of knowledge management methods increases the management activity basis and it is considered as a management scientific component both for teachers and for students. E-learning space within the framework of a common informational and educational environment is considered. The definition of a common information and educational environment is given. Educational on-line tools, forming a virtual learning environment, are singled out. The methods, techniques, technologies of educational activity organization applied the information and communication technologies are analyzed. It is focused on the education electronic learning technologies. The most effective and popular e-learning technologies are highlighted. Teaching English interactive technologies implementation priority in information space has been demonstrated. The online, traditional and blended learning technologies have been analyzed. The English teacher’s roles in the process of interactive and e-learning technologies implementation are determined.

Keywords: interactive technologies, e-learning technologies, blended learning, information space, quality of education, English, model of studies, knowledge management, virtual learning environment

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Author Biographies

Tetyana An. Borova, Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics

Doctor of Science (Pedagogy), Professor, Chair of the Department of Pedagogy, Foreign Philology and Translation (Kharkiv, Ukraine)

Nina Iv. Maslova, Municipal Establishment «Kharkiv Humanitarian Pedagogical Academy» Kharkiv Regional Council

Ph.D (Linguistics), Associate Professor, Foreign Philology Department (Kharkiv, Ukraine)

Published
2018-11-30
How to Cite
Borova, T. A., & Maslova, N. I. (2018). Some Aspects Of The Process Of Students’ English Learning Managing Within E-Learning Technologies Scope. Adaptive Management: Theory and Practice. Series Pedagogics, 5(9). Retrieved from https://amtp.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/48
Section
2.Management of adaptive processes in educational practice