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dc.contributor.authorKornuta, O.-
dc.contributor.authorPryhorovska, T.-
dc.contributor.authorPotiomkina, N.-
dc.identifier.citationСlip thinking and clip perceptions: teaching methods aspect/ O. Kornuta, T. Pryhorovska, N. Potiomkina // Open educational e-environment of modern University: збірник наукових праць міжнародної науково-практичної конференції (м. Київ, 08 вересня 2017 р.). – Київ : Київський університет імені Бориса Грінченка, 2017. – №3. – С.75-79uk_UA
dc.description.abstractThis work focuses on the problem of teaching technique, technology and tutorial development for clip thinking. The study describes educational process features and instructions development, provides recommendations to improve effectiveness of teaching students with clip thinking. This way of thinking/perception causes attention deficit, inability to concentrate on a lecture for long time, etc. Therefore, the problem of instructions development is connected the fact technology inconsistency and teaching methods in an education system in rapidly changing digital society. All means of teaching technologies and techniques should refer the way of student’s perception and reproduce changes in types of activities. Students “clip” thinking challenges teacher to keep students attention during all lecture by different “attractors” usage: information structuring, bright colors in slideshows, schemes and images, etc. Engaging students into communication is provided by discussion, brainstorming, debate, forum, round table, etc. Lines between lecture and practical lesson are blurred. Control is becoming secondary importance.uk_UA
dc.publisherКиївський університет імені Бориса Грінченкаuk_UA
dc.subjectclip thinkinguk_UA
dc.subjectclip perceptionuk_UA
dc.subjectteaching methodsuk_UA
dc.subjectcreolized textsuk_UA
dc.titleСlip thinking and clip perceptions: teaching methods aspectuk_UA
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