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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elena Mishkareva
Moscow Electronic School as One of the Forms of Information and Communication Technologies in Teaching Foreign Languages
2019
During the last decade we observe constant changes in governmental educational standards, aimed at stimulating integration of new digital technologies into the learning process throughout all the stages of education. Due to this fact, the demand on digitally literate professionals in educational sector is growing rapidly. Nowadays, ICT competence is considered as an advantage for a teacher that makes him/her more competitive. Moscow Electronic School (MES) is one of the ICT tools that helps teacher to improve their lessons. Despite the fact that MES is a high-tech system, it is manageable to deal with and an ability to work with this technology is becoming the minimum requirement for a teacher. Several research focusing on the usage of theoretical basis of information and communication technologies have been carried out, but, considering the fact that MES is a relatively new invention there are still a luck of studies, concerning this system. The aim of my work is to identify key ICT competencies of a foreign language teacher, taking into consideration the technology of Moscow Electronic School (MES). This work includes a series of lessons designed in MES as well as teachers’ and students’ feedback on the effectiveness of this technology. Relying on the results of the questionnaire we formulate perspectives and restrictions of MES and identify the basic skills for the successful work with this system.

Keywords: Information and communication technologies (ICT), information and communication competencies, Moscow Electronic School (MES).

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