• SCIENCE

    FEATURES OF DESIGNING DISTANCE COURSE FOR BLENDED LEARNING

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 3 (2018), Issue 3, pg(s) 91-94

    The transience and volatility of the modern world are main drivers of the constant changes in the requirements for training of the future specialists. The process of introducing new information technologies into the educational process doesn’t stop and requires modern solutions in methodological training systems. In particular, an integral component of the modern education is the introduction of distance learning courses both in the course of full-time and distance education. As for organization of the distance learning, the distance course becomes not only a source of knowledge, but also serves as a means of communication with the teacher and classmates at a distance. In fulltime education, the distance course serves to support the learning process, because of being an effective means of organizing independent work and access to educational materials.

  • SOCIETY

    IMPLEMENTING THE PRINCIPLES OF BLENDED LEARNING IN THE TEACHING OF METROLOGICAL SUBJECTS AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 2 (2017), Issue 1, pg(s) 38-40

    This article provides information on the practical applications of Blended Learning principles in teaching metrological subjects at the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava of the Slovak University of Technology (FMST SUT). The subjects concerned are Computer Aided Quality, Metrology and Quality of Technological Processes and Measuring and Inspection of Product Parameters.

  • CHALLENGES OF BLENDED LEARNING

    Machines. Technologies. Materials., Vol. 9 (2015), Issue 10, pg(s) 13-16

    The nature of blended learning is expressed through dynamic educational process streaming towards perfect match of teaching and technology. That alone represents a blended learning strength for both, academic and business world. In higher education blended learning has been not a new term, but has intensively attached the importance owing to rapid development of available digital and social media that have been utilised for adequate learning environments. This paper identifies core issues and points to the challenges of this delivery mechanism in higher educational context. Some experience in the development of engineering graphics blended course is presented along with few directions for future course redesign and research.

  • CHALLENGES OF BLENDED LEARNING

    Machines. Technologies. Materials., Vol. 9 (2015), Issue 3, pg(s) 64-67

    The nature of blended learning is expressed through dynamic educational process streaming towards perfect match of teaching and technology. That alone represents a blended learning strength for both, academic and business world. In higher education blended learning has been not a new term, but has intensively attached the importance owing to rapid development of available digital and social media that have been utilised for adequate learning environments. This paper identifies core issues and points to the challenges of this delivery mechanism in higher educational context. Some experience in the development of engineering graphics blended course is presented along with few directions for future course redesign and research.