THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY FOR ORGANIZING DIGITAL LEARNING CLASSROOMS
Background. The technology of organizing digital educational classroom as a unified learning environment is described. This technology provides unlimited possibilities for practical training of students, flexible organization of specialized classes and the formation of a profound level of knowledge.
Results. It is shown that the use of computer technologies, in particular digital audiences, has a large number of advantages — the ability to assess the competence of the students, assess the effectiveness of the main stages of continuous professional development of doctors and pharmacists, provide students with any level of learning the tool for further access to medical knowledge, necessary to provide quality care and lifelong learning.
Conclusions. It was emphasized that it is extremely important to ensure the advanced training of teachers of higher medical educational institutions with new information technologies.
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