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2016 | 6(60) | 31-

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Management of students’ independent work in Moodle.

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The article is devoted to the theoretical issues dealing with the analysis of capacities of a learning management system Moodle to manage the individual work of students in the learning environment. The management of independent work of students is one of the major issues of higher education. It is closely associated with problems of motivation, building of personalized learning path, lifelong learning. Management of independent work of students involves the influence of teachers, departments, dean’s offices of the institution of individual and group independent cognitive activity of students. The new forms of students’ self-study according to the modern tendencies of the development of Ukraine have been outlined in this article. There have been analyzed the conditions of scientific organization of students’ self-study in the Universities and its impact on students’ competencies. The methodological outcome of IT programmes for learning and teaching various academic courses has been evaluated. The system of Moodle has become the largest distribution in the world. The functions of a student’s self-study management can be fulfilled due to Moodle interactive capacities. It gives the possibility to edit a course permanently and makes the learning teaching process flexible and dynamic. It increases the pedagogical efficiency of Moodle as a means of on-line education in the process of constant development of IT sector. On the basis of Moodle it is necessary to create a student-friendly environment for effective perception of theoretical knowledge and its practical implementation. Theoretical grounds and practical implementation of Moodle methodology for blended learning can be considered as a perspective for further investigation. An effective management of students’ independent work when they are taught traditionally, on-line or by using blended learning facilitates the active participation of students in professional communication, promotes the development of their professional skills and propels their desire for lifelong learning.


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