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JournalКазанский педагогический журнал
Volume 5, Issue 136, Pages 127-134
CountryRussia, Asia

Актуальность статьи обусловлена происходящей в настоящее время цифровой революцией в образовании, которая сопровождается повышением открытости доступа к знаниям, расширением движения за открытое образование и открытые образовательные ресурсы. Цель статьи заключается в разработке педагогических подходов к использованию открытых образовательных ресурсов в высших учебных заведениях. Авторами предложена модель формирования готовности будущих бакалавров ИТ-сферы к использованию открытых образовательных ресурсов. Разработаны показатели сформированности готовности к использованию открытых образовательных ресурсов, включающие когнитивный, мотивационно-ценностный и технологический компоненты. Статья адресована преподавателям и студентам высших учебных заведений, а также широкому кругу читателей, интересующихся вопросами внедрения информационно-коммуникационных технологий в образовательную деятельность.

Keywords ОТКРЫТЫЕ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНЫЕ РЕСУРСЫ · ПОДГОТОВКА БАКАЛАВРОВ ИТ-СФЕРЫ · ГОТОВНОСТЬ К ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЮ ОТКРЫТЫХ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНЫХ РЕСУРСОВ · МОДЕЛЬ ФОРМИРОВАНИЯ ГОТОВНОСТИ К ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЮ ОТКРЫТЫХ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНЫХ РЕСУРСОВ · open educational resources · training bachelors in the it field · readiness for using open educational resources · model for creating readiness for using open educational resources

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