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SRP. 2020; 11(9): 458-461

Distance Education as an Alternative Form of Learning During a Pandemic

Nataliia Kaliuzhka, Nelia Samoilenko, Larysa Zdanevych, Olesia Kyselova, Nataliia Terentieva, Diana Koval.

The article proposes the development of information technologies, in particular the use of distance learning in higher education. A systematic analysis of the peculiarities of the use of distance education with the disclosure of objective and subjective aspects of participation. Peculiarities of distance learning of technical disciplines in higher educational establishments are determined. The benefits of distance learning during a global constraint (pandemic) have been identified. Structuring the principles of modern distance education in higher educational institutions of Ukraine using the associative method.

Key words: Science Preparation, Higher Education Institution Training, Principle of Clarity, Discipline, Pedagogy, Special Disciplines

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