INFORMATIVE-FORMATIVE IMPLICATIONS WHEN COMBINING TRADITIONAL AND MODERN TEACHING METHODS IN HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLISHED

Codruţa GAVRILĂ 1, Marina-Mirabela MAREAN1, Viorica BOACĂ1
Abstract: In the contemporary world, the teacher is part of society strongly influenced by the progress of science and technique, changing continuously. In this context, the student comes to university with an experience supported by modern communication means. In order to avoid the student’s satiety during study years, the teacher must challenge him through various didactic methods he applies. Optimally projecting and accomplishing didactic activities largely depends on the didactic method and process ensemble used during the educational process, which must adequately solve new learning situations. The teacher’s selection of certain methods represents a complex decision, since methods have a multifunctional character. The strategy projected for each learning situation may efficiently combine traditional and modern methods to finally concretize the desired educational ideal
Key words: learning situation; didactic strategy; traditional and modern methods; educational ideal
Presentation: oral

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