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TRAINING FOR FUTURE PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN USING SERVICE H5P TEACHING MATHEMATICS

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DOI: 10.34916/el.2019.11.18

Svitlana Skvortsova South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K. Ushynsky (Ukraine)
Oksana Onopriienko Department of Primary Education, Institute of Pedagogy of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine (Ukraine)
Tetiana Britskan Izmail State University of Humanities (Ukraine)

Abstract: The article is devoted to a research of the problem of the training for future primary school teachers in using information technology (IT) in teaching mathematics, in particular, in the aspect of the use of various online resources and online services for teachers. The necessity of using IT in mathematics lessons is substantiated based on peculiarities of the development of digital generation children’s cognitive processes. The advantages and disadvantages of using services such as Learning Apps, Plickers and H5P to create interactive exercises, have been revealed. The results of IT introduction in the training for future primary school teachers were analyzed. The technology of teaching future primary school teachers to create interactive math exercises with the help of the online service H5P have been developed and implemented in the process of methodological training at the South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K. Ushynsky and Izmail State University of Humanities.

Keywords: information technologies, gadgets, digital generation, cognitive processes, training for future primary school teachers, interactive exercises, Learning Apps, Plickers та H5P

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