Kompiuterizuoto mokymo metodai pradedančiųjų mokytojų edukacinėje paktikoje

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Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Kompiuterizuoto mokymo metodai pradedančiųjų mokytojų edukacinėje paktikoje
Alternative Title:
Computer based teaching methods of inexperienced teachers in practice of teaching
In the Journal:
Pedagogika. 2008, 89, p. 64-69
Keywords:
LT
Kompiuterizuoto mokymo metodai; IKT informaciniai metodai; IKT operaciniai mokymo metodai; IKT kūrybiniai metodai; Savitieji kompiuterizuoto mokymo metodai.
EN
ICT informational methods etc..
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjamas kompiuterizuoto mokymo metodų taikymas pradedančiųjų mokytojų darbo praktikoje. Laikomasi nuostatos, kad kompiuterizuoto mokymo metodai yra šiandienos edukacinės praktikos realybė, kuri sudaro prielaidas giliau suprasti mokymosi objektą, geriau perteikti ir įtvirtinti žinias, suteikia galimybę anksčiau įgytas žinias taikyti naujose situacijose, geriau operuoti dalyko medžiaga. Nustatyta, kad pradedantieji mokytojai dažniau taiko informacinius IKT metodus nei IKT operacinius ar IKT kūrybinius metodus, o ypač pasigendama savitųjų kompiuterinių mokymo metodų taikymo. Praktiškai nenaudojamas nuotolinis mokymas. Retai naudojamos konstruktyvios mokymosi aplinkos (multimedija, hipertekstas). [Iš leidinio]

ENAn educational practice of a developing society faces the changes in training technologies. A method of teaching is an important component of technology and can be accepted as a system of activities undertaken by an educator and an educated person. The article analyses the application of computer based teaching methods in working practice of inexperienced teachers. When dealing with questions discussing teaching methods, the classification of non-computerized teaching methods offered by L. Jovaiša (1993) was accepted as a starting point. Following the introduced classification, three groups of methods can be distinguished: 1) explanatory – illustrative-reproductive (informational); 2) practical and operational; 3) developing creativity. The latter classification of teaching methods can be easily adapted to computer based teaching. According to classification introduced by L. Jovaiša (1993), informational methods include a lecture, demonstration and a monitored conversation. Practice shows that applying these teaching methods makes the use of ICT easily accessible. For example, demonstrating transparencies and animated illustrations and checking knowledge using computer tests can be employed in the classroom. Informational methods involving ICT can be treated as ITC information methods.The techniques of computer based teaching are thought to be the reality of the present educational practice creating preconditions for a proper understanding of an object learnt and a better knowledge presentation and improvement as well as providing possibilities of applying the previously obtained knowledge in the new situations and creating an opportunity to better operate the obtained material on a subject studied. Research disclosed that during their pedagogical practice, the students applied different computer based teaching methods. It has been established that the inexperienced teachers more frequently apply informative rather than operational or creative ICT methods; distinctive computer based teaching methods are extremely rare. The constructive learning environments (multimedia, hypertext) are also rarely applied, whereas remote teaching is practically not used. [From the publication]

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1392-0340; 2029-0551
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