Innovations in Modern Education and Teachers Compentences
Keywords:Computers, Educational Technology, Education, Innovations, , Teaching.
AbstractWe live in information society where production, processing, storage and using of knowledge are important factors of modern development, interpersonal relationships as well as relationships among states and nations. Traditional teaching is most often criticized for insufficient activity of students, inadequate teaching intuition and dynamism, the impossibility of individualisation of teaching, lack of continuous feedback on the achievements of students and others. Intensive development of telecommunications technology and computer systems, permanent connection to the Internet and WEB based learning systems enabled better use of computer technology in teaching. Computer based knowledge systems provide flexible organization of activities, lectures and study materials and a complex evaluation of students. Interactivity and quality of presented materials, using multimedia and hypertext, offer considerably richer contents compared with teaching carried out in traditional classroom. Managing changes in education requires particular educated leaders. Managing innovations is very complex, because the teacherâ€™s resistance occurs due to insufficient capability and inadequate equipment in schools. Overcoming this problem involves active participation in seminars for teacher training. Education, as a rule, slowly opens the new technologies in relation to production, transport, services. et al. However, young people at home and out of school live in a technologically rich environment expected changes in education in accordance with the imperatives of education for 21 century.
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