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Philosophy. Psychology. Pedagogy

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ISSN 2542-1948 (Online)

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Video materials in the educational process: Experience of approbation and use (The case of natural science disciplines)

Molochko Anna Vyacheslavovna, Saratov State University

 Modern society, like a modern education, is no longer possible to imagine without technological visualization devices and various interactive materials. A few years ago, it was often not possible to widely use not only dynamic images, but even audio materials. Now the educational process is developing in step with technical progress and it is difficult to imagine a lecture or a seminar without educational means of visualizing information. However, the time for static presentations is coming to an end and it is being replaced by the use of educational video materials of various types and directions. The study presents a fairly detailed typology of currently existing video materials that can be used in the educational process. An example of the implementation of an interactive video clip in educational work with geography students is also given. The author pays special attention to the involvement of students in the process of designing, creating and evaluating creative video projects. Practical benefits of such a pedagogical technology are analyzed, both for the development of students' professional skills and for their creative growth. In addition, the article uses the QR codes of the student project, which makes it possible to view the video material presented in the study.

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