The main aspects of distance education for students in times of epidemic restrictions
The new conditions that the entire world community faced in 2020, associated with the announcement by the World Health Organization (WHO) of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, led to the complete transition of all educational organizations of the world to distance learning. Previously, only those students who chose this form upon admission were trained remotely. In the context of a pandemic, students of full-time, part-time, and part-time (non-distance) departments were forced to switch to this format. Naturally, this caused certain difficulties, both for teachers and students. However, the demand for an instant and, as it turned out, a long and universal transition to distance learning turned out to be very unexpected and problematic for many subjects of the educational space, both in higher education and in the middle level. Thus, the main purpose of article is to study the main aspects and features of the introduction of basic techniques and means of distance education during the period of pandemic restrictions. The study was carried out using the following theoretical methods: systems analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction, comparison, classification, generalization and systematization, idealization and abstraction.
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