PenzGTU summed up the results of the work of the Federal Innovation Platform for 2022

“In 2022, we trained 412 teachers of secondary vocational education institutions on how to create and apply online courses on basic educational programs in the educational process,” says Natalya Khrustalkova, head of the site. “The trainees completed online courses, received consultations in the field of organizing online learning and saw the possibilities of such a format for organizing educational activities, and exchanged best pedagogical practices for using online technologies.”

As a result, the acquired knowledge is now widely applied in colleges in various regions. “As the feedback shows, leaders are building local strategies for the development of online learning,” continues the director of IDPO PenzGTU. – Teaching staff are ready to offer students new online courses that they have developed together with methodologists. Technical specialists received practical recommendations on supporting online learning, the necessary links were built between all participants in online learning, and methodological foundations were developed to support online courses in basic educational programs. This means that students will receive high-quality knowledge, regardless of how the process is organized – in person or online.”

The site will operate until the end of 2022. This format is planned to be continued next year.

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