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SOURCE:   Pedagogy. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2018. № 1. P. 78-83.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Pedagogical Sciences
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https://doi.org/10.30853/pedagogy.2018-1.17

MODERN TRENDS OF EDUCATION IN THE ERA OF DIGITIZATION

Omarova Safura Karaulbekovna
Tomsk State Pedagogical University


Submitted: 25.03.2018.
Abstract. Education is at the transition stage between its "ICT-free" past and "ICT-oriented" future. The article examines the trends in education in the digital age. Over the centuries prior to digital technologies, education had evolved into a system that applied paper technology using the most sophisticated methods to fulfill its mission of developing and accrediting knowledge and skills. The future of the educational system, of course, should be one, in which it will expand this ability to the complex use of digital technologies. Like every modern enterprise, education is currently learning and adapting to the opportunities provided by information and communication technologies, albeit slowly. Scientists-technologists help speed up the process, because the learning cycles of the educational system are long, and the ones accompanying them - youth culture, employment requirements, scientific knowledge - are short and change ever faster.
Key words and phrases: информатизация образования, информационные-коммуникационные средства обучения, проектирование обучения, цифровая эпоха в образовании, электронное обучение, informational support of education, information and communication means of training, design of training, digital age in education, e-learning.
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