Modern Technologies for Teaching and Learning in Socio-Humanitarian Disciplines

Modern Technologies for Teaching and Learning in Socio-Humanitarian Disciplines

Larisa Alexandrovna Darinskaia (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia) and Gallina Ivanovna Molodtsova (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia)
Release Date: February, 2019|Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 292
ISBN13: 9781522578413|ISBN10: 1522578412|EISBN13: 9781522578420|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7841-3


Despite the modernization of the educational process both in colleges and universities, the main way of transferring information from teacher to learner remains their personal contact in classrooms and educational literature. One of the effective ways to optimize teaching and learning is the technological approach to the organization of the educational process.

Modern Technologies for Teaching and Learning in Socio-Humanitarian Disciplines aims to systematize technologies for teaching social and humanitarian disciplines and discuss educational technologies that the modern teacher can and should possess including tools for person-oriented learning and for setting and achieving learning goals. The content within this publication examines interactive technologies, social educators, and visual storytelling and is designed for educators, researchers, academicians, administrators, and students.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Curriculum Design
  • Educational Programs
  • Higher Education
  • Interactive Technologies
  • Learning Management
  • Outcome-Based Education
  • Social Educators
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Socio-Humanitarian Disciplines
  • Visual Storytelling

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

I graduated from Leningrad State University, department of Philology in 1984. For many years I taught the Russian Language and Literature at secondary school. Now I am a Doctor of Science in Pedagogy (The Thesis: The Humanitarian Bases of Development of Students’ Creative Potential, 2006). At this moment I am a professor of the department of psychology of education and pedagogy. My scientific interests are: - Pedagogy of creative personality development - The problems of the theory of education and educational technologies; - Academic communication. I lecture some full-programme courses: The Pedagogical Theory and Educational Practice, The Pedagogic of Creative Development of Personality, The University’s Didactics, The Pedagogical Communication. I have 136 scientific works. I am a member of two thesis’s councils. My hobbies are travelling, reading, cooking.