The theory and practice of managing students’ independent study activities via the modern information technologies

Olena Lavrentieva, Oleh Tsys

Abstract


Theoretical foundations and existent practical experience in providing scientifically grounded management of students' independent study activities with the use of the latest information technologies have been studied in the research.

The issues of organization of various types of management of students' independent study activities have been considered. It has been reported, that there are direct, indirect, and dynamic types of management. The possibilities of ICTs in the implementation of each type of management the students' independent study activities have been shown. It has been taken into account, that the introduction of computer-oriented means of co-management and co-organization into the educational process reflects the realization student-centered concept of learning.

There has been emphasized the need to use both direct and indirect types of management, which will make it possible for students to move to the position of an actor of independent study activity and capable of exercising self-government.

The authors have been paid special attention to the means of developing the students' personality and forming their motivational readiness for independent study activities and self-education.

It has been shown, that such necessary means include the following: to promote the development of students' self-organization, self-actualization, as well as their socialization, to encourage self-assessment and reflection throughout the process of organizing independent study activities; to personalize independent study activities, to offer personally and professionally meaningful learning tasks with clearly defined and understandable goals for a student, and to ensure their gradual complication; to create informative feedback; to strengthen students' motivation.


Keywords


students' independent study activity; didactic terms; direct and indirect types of management; self- management.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21303/2613-5647.2019.00931

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