Experience in Teaching the Kazakh Language Using E-learning and Distance Learning Technologies During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Abstract

This article will present the experience of implementing online learning using e-learning and distance learning technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic on the example of several disciplines of the Kazakh language. The training was conducted at the Department of the Kazakh Language and Turkic Studies of the Nazarbayev University. Moodle and the electronic educational platform "Open University of Kazakhstan" were used as the main learning platform for educational content in the form of video lectures, electronic textbooks, audio-video materials, etc. In addition, to increase the interest and activity of students, the Playposit, Edpuzzle programs were used to add various interactive tasks to the video materials, and Peergrade, Eduflow, Flipgrid programs were used for written assignments, essays and creative tasks such as video essays. For quizzes and exams it was very convenient to use Quizlet, Quizzess, Socrative, Moodle test. These tools, shared during the presentation, are free and very effective and efficient tools for building close relationships between teachers and students, providing feedback, increasing interactivity in the classroom, as well as simplifying grading, monitoring, and saving time. To organise distance online learning and planning the educational process, the teacher must adhere to the principles of interactivity and multimodality of learning.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2022 MELEd Conference at the University of Minnesota, USA. November 17-19, 2022,
Publication statusSubmitted - Nov 2022

Keywords

  • Kazakh language disciplines, distance learning technologies, e-learning tools, interactive learning.

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