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id: 27904
Title: Digital technologies for professional growth and innovative development of educational institutions
Authors: Tsyrulnyk S., Krysak A., Krysak L., Nechyporenko (Sitash)T.
Keywords: digital, educational, students, technology, innovative, college, usage, professional growth
Date of publication: 2021-02-22 15:07:27
Last changes: 2021-02-22 15:07:27
Year of publication: 2021
Summary: Academic teaching and learning strategies have been changed recently as a result of expanded access and widespread usage of digital technologies. Innovative digital technologies open various opportunities for all participants in the learning process, avoid stereotypes and enlarge cognitive interest. Awareness of high-tech innovations, their availability and mastery of appropriate methods are the current requirements for teachers of higher education.
Our specific focus is on the usage of digital technologies: how they have been applied and how they could be used to improve pedagogical practice at the educational institution and identify their best challenges. Special attention was focused on digital technology usage for academic subjects. The survey was delivered to fourth-year students across Radio Technical Department of Vinnytsia Technical College during 2019-2020 academic year. BYOD technology, Augmented Reality, Net Test have been implemented in the educational process.
The results indicate that digital technologies can effectively support teaching and learning processes and provide a better understanding of the academic material for students. As a conclusion, we suggest the majority of students use of digital technologies in their everyday life and as part of their academic study. The learning process is becoming more flexible and provide significant results in the educational process.

Publication type: Монографії видані за кордоном
Publication: Knowledge Management Competence for Achieving Competitive Advantage of Professional Growth and Development : сollective monograph. Latvia: Riga, 2021. Р. 156-176.
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