Effective Ways of Digital Media Usage in School Education
Our society is increasingly dependent on digital media. Socio-economic changes in Russia and the information explosion that has affected the whole world require a revision of traditional systems, content, methods and technologies of education in the context of various media usage. The aim of this research is to theoretically substantiate, develop and experimentally prove tools for effective usage of digital media in the educational process of secondary schools in Russia. According to the purpose and hypothesis, the objectives of this research are: to define the essence, functions, didactic and educational possibilities of digital media; to identify pedagogical aspects of their usage in education; to determine structural components of teachers' readiness to using digital media in their work; to develop tools for using digital media in the educational process of secondary schools; to prove experimentally the effectiveness of the developed tools. The research object is the educational process of secondary schools under conditions of digitalization of the Russian education. The subject of this research covers tools of effective usage of digital media in the educational process of secondary schools.
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