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Journal: Problems of Education in the 21st Century (Vol.5, No. 1)

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Page : 136-144

Keywords : teacher work; creative abilities; ICT;

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In the report are considered the following modern technologies: digital document camera, an interactive board, interactive response system, the interactive pen display for the teacher. A project “ICT for quality of education” has been developed for improvement of process of information of an education system in Latvia. One task of the project is increase in a parity of those teachers which can to use a computer and other newest technologies for improvement of teaching quality of the subject at a level - computer literacy. The author has compared data from the Latvian schools with data of researcher Jennifer Langdon-Pollok from schools of America on frequency of interactive technologies using and analyzed opportunities of teaching subject based on state standard with use of modern interactive technologies. To realize the purpose of research has been used such methods: the theoretical analysis of the educational document (state standard of the basic education), data of two researches have been checked up with help of Chi Square criterion on conformity of distribution of a variable, then data have undergone to statistical processing with help of Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, for comparison of two independent samples, on of disparity difference of one sample from other. Teacher can use interactive information technologies, for example: • Interactive board – on groups to equip a living room in computer program Paint; • Interactive response system – the group virtually lays the table and after teacher lead individual response on conformity - table layout and menu; • Digital document camera – evident demonstration in a three-dimensional mode as to embroider correctly; • Interactive pen display for the teacher – teacher corrects work of group. When the teacher uses interactive technologies there is an active involvement of all pupils into learning process. Scientist G.Kershenshtener considers that training of a subject is formed of cooperation the teacher with all pupils in group. Interactive technologies will involve all forms of perception: audio, visual and kinesthetic. K.Ushinsky considers, the teacher who wants that the pupil has something remembered, should take care in training of a subject involve all forms of perception. The main conclusion – at work with interactive technologies, the teacher always is in the center of attention and support regular interactive contact to pupils, that increase pupil engagement and efficiency of learning, develops creative abilities of pupils, maximizes learning motivation and improve pupil behavior. And it is one of the main results of each teacher work.

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