Interaction of Productive and Interactive Technologies in the Educational Process of Higher School
The article identifies productive technology as a set of interactive learning tools, which allows students and teachers to create personal educational products of intellectual discovery: project, invention, design, presentation, task, hypothesis, etc. Productive activity is a personality trait manifesting itself in its relation to cognitive activity, which presupposes the state of readiness and desire for independence. It is aimed at the assimilation of social experience, human knowledge, and implementation of techniques related to educational and professional activities. The interaction of productive interactive technologies is a set of software, technical, computer, and communication equipment, as well as ways and innovative methods of their application, aimed to ensure high efficiency and informatization of the educational process. Multimedia is the latest computer technologies and techniques including animated graphics, video, sound, interactive features, as well as the use of remote access, external resources, and databases. A quantitative, qualitative, and statistical analysis, conducted upon the completion of the experimental work, has demonstrated positive changes in the productive cognitive activity of students in the experimental group.
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