Use of Distance Learning Technologies in the Course of Implementing Educational Programs in Preschool Education
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Lipetsk State Pedagogical P. Semenov-Tyan-Shansky University, Lipetsk, RUSSIA
Online publish date: 2017-11-10
Publish date: 2017-11-10
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(11):7561–7571
The research purpose is to determine certain science-based approaches to using distance education technologies in the course of work with preschool children, taking into consideration the special nature of Russian preschool education; to identify the variable-based models for using Distance Education Technologies (DET) in preschool education. The following science-based approaches to the research problem were determined taking into consideration the special nature of Russian preschool education: axiological, personality-oriented, system-activity, technological, integrated. The matrix of DET implementation models in preschool education was presented (model of integrated distance education, Virtual Kindergarten model, Correspondence model, Case-technology model). The study proved that there are real solutions for using DET in preschool education; it also suggested organizational models of DET introduction. The materials of the article can be useful for administrators, educators, teaching staff of preschool educational organizations (PEO), and preschoolers’ parents.
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