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Article

  • Title

    Blended learning models for directing the self-learning activity of “Software Engineering” specialty students

  • Authors

    Lyubchenko Vera V.

  • Subject

    HIGHER EDUCATION

  • Year 2014
    Issue 2(44)
    UDC 378.14.7+378.147.041
    DOI 10.15276/opu.2.44.2014.35
    Pages 208-213
  • Abstract

    The adoption of Law of Ukraine “On Higher Education” (2014) involves the increase in students’ self-learning activity part in the curriculum. Therefore the self-learning activities’ arrangement in a way augmenting the result quality becomes a top priority task. This research objective consists in elaborating the scenario for organization of the students’ qualitative self-study, based on blended learning models. The author analyzes four blended learning models: the rotation model, flex-model, self-blend model and online driver model, and gives examples of their use. It is shown that first two models are the most suitable for full-time students. A general scenario for the use of blended learning models is described. Although the use of blended learning models causes several difficulties, it also essentially contributes into students’ self-study monitoring and control support.

  • Keywords blended learning, rotation model, flex-model, self-blend model, online driver model
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