ПРАКТИЧЕСКИ ПРОЕКЦИИ НА ИНТЕРДИСЦИПЛИНАРНОТО ОБУЧЕНИЕ В TECHNOLOGY–ENHANCED LEARNING (TEL ОБУЧЕНИЕ)
Румяна Илчева Неминска
PRACTICAL PROJECTIONS OF INTERDISCIPLINARY TRAINING IN TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING (TEL TRAINING)
Rumyana Ilcheva Neminska
Abstract: The article deals with the issue of technologically advanced training – TEL. This is an innovative interdisciplinary field in modern education. The disciplines at TEL work together to advance the understanding and meaning of learning, to find ways in which the technological approach can solve educational challenges. TEL-teachers (researchers) seek to make full use of the possibilities of new technologies to create more flexible learning opportunities and integrate innovations in education. The article argues that a clear understanding of how educational practice responds to the opportunities created by new technologies is needed. This understanding supports innovation from both research areas, each challenging the other. And it aims to rethink ways to increase the effectiveness of training and the development of new technological solutions.
Key words: technological learning, innovation
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Prof. PhD Rumyana Ilcheva Neminska, DSc
Faculty of Education
Trakia University – Stara Zagora