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SRP. 2020; 11(10): 199-202

Evaluation of the Application of Training in Higher Education Institutions as a Technology of Active Learning

Nataliia Kanosa, Iana Chaika, Inna Lytvynova, Tetiana Yakovyshyna, Valentyna M. Uspenska, Dmytro Kostiuk.

The article considers the form of pedagogical activity - learning. The analysis of principles of training in the course of preparation of future experts of higher educational institutions is carried out. Issues related to types of trainings are considered. The advantages of conducting a lesson in the form of training are determined. The efficiency of application of educational social and pedagogical technology is substantiated. The most successful types of trainings in the training of specialists are evaluated. The article defines the concept of training. The article considers in detail the features and technologies of active learning, defines the nature and principles of methods of this learning.

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

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