Digitalization in the process of forming communicative and cognitive competence


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Keywords:

Flіpped Classroom; online resource; online platform; audio and video materials; practical task.

Abstract

This article provides a description of the history and essence of the Flipped Classroom
technology, which helps students in in-depth assimilation of lesson materials, to study the features of the
use of technology at various levels of the educational process and to offer ideas for its implementation
in Kazakh educational institutions. The article discusses aspects of using Flipped Classroom technology
in the learning process by reviewing the work of some Russian scientists. In the course of studying the
features of the Flipped Classroom technology, a comprehensive review of teaching methods based on the
technology of this lesson was conducted. The analysis of the level of use of classes in Kazakh educational
institutions using Flipped Classroom technology is carried out, new ideas for the application of various
innovative methods in domestic educational institutions are considered. According to the results of the
study, it was found that with the effective use of Flipped Classroom technology, the opportunities for
students to master theoretical material and perform practical work without problems increase. During the
study of various practices, it was proved that the introduction of technology into the learning process at
all levels of the Kazakh education system is effective. For this reason, with the help of Flipped Classroom
technology, new recommendations have been developed for an interesting and understandable lesson,
saving the student and teacher time, and the student’s ability to hone the learned information in practice

Published

15.09.2023

How to Cite

Rizakhojaeva Г., & Nurmaganbetkyzy Н. (2023). Digitalization in the process of forming communicative and cognitive competence. Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. Pedagogy. Psychology. Sociology Series., 144(3), 192–206. Retrieved from https://bulpedps.enu.kz/index.php/main/article/view/99

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Pedagogy