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What is Didactic Principles

Developing Technology Mediation in Learning Environments
A set of practical teaching principles, rules and techniques created by Johann Amos Komensky in 1632, being further developed during 20th century as generally accepted teaching principles.
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Continuity in the Development of Technical Thinking
Jaak Umborg (Estonian Aviation Academy, Estonia) and Anne Uukkivi (TTK University of Applied Sciences, Estonia)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1591-4.ch006
This chapter addresses the development of students' technical thinking using modern technological tools. The aim of the chapter is to show for academics of technical subjects how to increase the efficiency of the learning process with the help of ICT according to the realization of the requirements of the basic principles of didactics. Emphasis is placed on the need for consistency between general education and higher education institutions (HEI) in designing and developing technical thinking and the structure of the technical thinking and its components and how different components of thinking vary in different learning methods. The use of virtual and augmented reality learning environments to enhance student interest and learning motivation and to develop spatial thinking is discussed. Many didactic opportunities and economic advantages of using a web based remote laboratory (RL) and virtual laboratory (VL) are discussed.
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