Journal of Human Sport and Exercise

Blender training as an integration of online and the traditional method of training by professional competences of medical students

S. T. Kizatova, Tuleuova Gulimzhan Kuatkyzy, V. V. Kurilova, L. M. Matayeva, T. A. Kiryanova, R. E. Zetpisbaeva, K. A. Kenzhebaeva, R. A. Niyetbaeva

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/jhse.2021.16.Proc4.30

Abstract

Distance learning as an innovative teaching method is becoming more widespread in the modern educational space. This form of training opens wide opportunities for students: getting education at leading world universities remotely, a wide selection of distance education programs, saving time and money, a flexible schedule and individual study planning. Using the possibilities of distance learning, “blender training” provides additional opportunities in high-quality and optimal training of professionals in the medical field. Given the high level of effectiveness of “blender training,” we have implemented this method in the pedagogical process in the Qaraghandy Medical University for the development of professional competencies of students.


Keywords

Blender training; Professional skills; Blended training; Hybrid training; Training supported by web technologies; Online training

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/jhse.2021.16.Proc4.30





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