|PDF:||Author(s):||Lychagin A. I.,|
|Number of journal:||4(61)||Date:||November 2022|
This article substantiates the role of teaching 3D modeling in technological education in connection with the requirements for both the learning outcomes of schoolchildren and specialists in the field of production, who must have the appropriate competencies to allow them to work on equipment with numerical control. The problems of technological education are given, which to some extent can be overcome through the introduction of training in three-dimensional modeling. The difference in teaching 3D modeling in such subject areas as “Technology” and “Informatics” is determined. Three-dimensional modeling in “Computer Science” is revealed as the need to study the methods of working with specific information, dictated by the appropriate learning tool (personal computer), and in “Technology” as the need to study the ways and methods of transforming material reality, defined as closely interconnected with the specifics of the technological education itself, consisting precisely in the material transformation of the environment. The essence of modeling and its connection with technological education is revealed. The influence of three-dimensional modeling on the implementation of project activities is determined. The positive impact of the use of three-dimensional modeling on the process and learning outcomes is analyzed, both for students and for teachers and educational institutions. Additional opportunities for improving the training of 3D modeling for future technology teachers are revealed, as well as the benefits available when studying 3D modeling as part of innovative project activities: increasing motivation for learning, more opportunities for creative self-realization of students, opportunities for vocational guidance of young students in the manufacturing sector and engineering specialties.
future teachers of technology, professional training, technological education, three-dimensional modeling, high-tech equipment, problems of teaching three-dimensional modeling, technology, training for technological education, innovative project, innovative project activity
Lychagin A. I. Teaching future teachers of technology in three-dimensional modeling as a current psychological and pedagogical problem. Business. Education. Law, 2022, no. 4, pp. 297—302. DOI: 10.25683/VOLBI.2022.61.418.