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|Title:||The forms and methods of art disciplines' teaching under the conditions of distance learning|
|Bibliographic description (Ukraine):||The forms and methods of art disciplines' teaching under the conditions of distance learning / Yu. Xie et al. // AD ALTA: Journal of Interdisciplinary Research. Hradec Králové : Magnanimitas, 2021. Vol. 11, Is. 2, Special Is. XXIV. P. 6-10|
|Abstract:||This article describes the development of forms and methods of art disciplines’ teaching under the conditions of distance learning. The main aim of the research is to develop recommendations for the artistic disciplines' teaching by educational institutions under the conditions of distance learning. To achieve this goal during the research, the following tasks will be carried out: - substantiation of the relevance of the study under the conditions of quarantine restrictions; - critical analysis of the literature on the development of the form and methods of teaching art disciplines; - the features of online work, and the features of work under the conditions of distance learning in higher education institutions. To conduct empirical research aimed at confirming the effectiveness of the developed teaching forms, we surveyed a group of students. It allowed proving the hypothesis that distance learning can be effective. The article contains recommendations for lecture classes, the organization of independent and group work, and other types of distance learning. The main direction of the development of teaching artistic disciplines is the development of educational technologies within the virtual environment. The developed forms and methods of distance learning are expedient to use both in the work with full-time students and the work with extramural students, attracting the possibilities of web-conferencing and communication using Skype, which forms the practical significance of the research.|
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