Sergey Galushko
2021 Problems of Modern Teacher Training  
The article reveals the essence of distance learning and theoretically substantiates the effectiveness of its application in the study of chemical disciplines in a pedagogical institution of higher education.It is proved that practical courses of distance learning of chemical disciplines will be effective only if: 1) they will be relevant to the learning objectives and will achieve goals of education; 2) learning objectives will be formulated on a competency-based approach; 3) selection and
more » ... cturing of the content of the training course will be carried out, taking into account the features of the distance form of education; 4) the subject and the learning process will be built on the basis of personality-oriented approach, using modular-rating learning technology.The article offers a distance learning course "Analytical Chemistry" to students of higher education specialization 014.06 Secondary Education (Chemistry), that contains a list of training modules. The list consists of six modules. The methodological and organizational training module reveals the content, purpose and objectives of the course with recommendations for working within the course. Information and training module, which contains educational material for the topics of the course "Analytical Chemistry". Research module, which includes methods of laboratory and practical classes. Reference module, which contains educational material that goes beyond the program, and chemical reference books. The control-diagnostic module, which is composed of current and final control, and the creative module that contains conditions of creative tasks. The implementation analysis of the course showed that distance learning saves time because the learning process takes place at its own pace and schedule, which also allows students to combine studying with work. In addition, distance learning provides an opportunity to exchange information with other students and teachers. Keywords: distance learning; analytical chemistry; learning technology; learning module; distance education; teaching methods; COVID-19; synchronous and asynchronous learning modes.
doi:10.31499/2307-4914.2(24).2021.244205 fatcat:2tmoi3cl75gn5dyktapykjkdya