Experience in using distance technologies under online learning conditions

Irina Burlakova (Russia), Tatyana Reva (Russia), Rezeda Azmetova (Russia), Marina Golovyashkina (Russia), Nadezhda Palanchuk (Russia)

The pandemic situation has revealed some problems in education, which should be solved by educational entities. One of such problems is unreadiness of teachers to organize online classes. More complex aspect is organization of feedback. Some platforms used for online learning demonstrated their incompetence for widescreen education. Not all teachers managed to create comfortable learning digital space for students. This article analyzes the existing situation in vocational training due to transition to distance learning. Some scientists believe that the educational community evidenced revolutionary shift in the pedagogic paradigm. The opinion of other scientists is that today there are no preconditions for changing classic paradigm in pedagogy and only temporary modifications occurring under pandemic conditions should be considered. This article is devoted not only to identification of problems of organization of educational process in distance format but also to proposing solutions to the highlighted problems, verified by the authors, since the circumstances faced by all teachers forced to accelerate transition to digitalization of educational environment. The educational route is now arranged with consideration for digital experience acquired during the pandemic. Due to the experience orientation the article attracts interest not only of university teachers, forced to modify on the go their pedagogical style and to adapt it to the context of current situation, but also of school teachers facing similar problem and locked in forced professional isolation.