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SRP. 2020; 11(8): 287-289


Analogy of Tasks of Traditional and Interactive Approaches to Students' Education in Higher Education Institutions

Yana Okopna, Nataliia Morska, Olha Stakhova, Liudmyla Voinalovych, Oksana Protas,Olha Kravchenko.

Abstract
The article considers the interactive learning methods which are nowadays the actual way the teacher works in the audience in any educational institution. Interactive learning methods, unlike the traditional ones, are based on the active interaction of the participants of the educational process, while the main difficulty is given to the interaction of the students with each other. Such an approach will allow to activate the learning process, make it more interesting and less tiring for the participants.
The learning methods that can be applied in various combinations by the teacher are also considered. The application of definite learning methods depends on the task and the conditions of each type of lesson.

Key words: Interactive Learning Methods, Interest Stimulation Method, Medical and Humanities Students Technology, Discipline, Pedagogy, Method



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