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VisualMath Platform for Conducting Classes Using the Blended Learning System

Student: Matvey Gritsaev

Supervisor: Alexey Antonovich Nikitin

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Applied Mathematics and Information Science (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This work is related to modern education in the 21st century. A unified platform for conducting face-to-face classes with students is being developed. This platform is primarily intended for conducting lessons in mathematical analysis, and it can also be used for teaching other subjects. The goal is to create a user-friendly interface for both teachers and students so that face-to-face classes are more effective. Lectures will be held online and will be available both from laptops and mobile devices. Also, test blocks will be added inside the lecture to check the quality of understanding of the material heard. An important feature is the integration of two-dimensional and three-dimensional visualizations that will help you better understand the geometric meaning of a particular theorem or problem. The graphs will be interactive, meaning there will be parameters that can be changed by both students and teachers.

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