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PDF: Author(s): Kosmodemyanskaya S. S., Murinova D. I., Nizamov I. D., Sattarova G. A.,
Number of journal: 3(60) Date: August 2022

In the process of improving education, modern technologies are becoming increasingly important every year, the introduction of which contributes to the modernization and development of education, as well as improving the quality of training of future chemistry teachers. At the same time, the use of innovative technologies in education requires a revision of existing methodological approaches to the entire educational system, as well as an analysis of their impact on the quality of acquired knowledge and competences of students. The transition of the world’s educational systems to hybrid (mixed) education directs towards a more complete transformation of the distance learning format of chemistry with the use of moderation technology Through years of research, we confirm the relevance of this topic with the changing requirements for the level of professional training of future chemistry teachers in the direction 44.03.01 “Pedagogical education”, profile “Chemistry” at one of the leading universities in the country. The article presents the results of a five-year study on adaptive technologies using elements of distance learning in chemistry and moderation technology in chemical education. The authors focus on the formation of subject, personal and meta-subject competences of a pedagogical university student, who practically acts as a chemistry teacher as early as his 3rd or 4th year of university. This means that the teaching staff of the graduating departments should pay attention to the correction of methodological approaches, forms, methods and means of training future qualified specialists, starting with the first-year classes. The necessity of using elements of innovative technologies (on the example of distance learning and moderation) in teaching and learning chemistry to assess and self-assess the achievement of planned educational results is substantiated.


adaptive technologies, distance learning, critical thinking, digitalization, innovative educational platforms, non-traditional forms of learning, moderation, student, teacher, chemistry, educational resources

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Kosmodemyanskaya S. S., Nizamov I. D., Murinova D. I., Sattarova G. A. Application of adaptive digital technologies in chemistry teaching. Business. Education. Law, 2022, no. 3, pp. 360—365. DOI: 10.25683/VOLBI.2022.60.328.