The ways to implement a laboratory workshop in physics and electrotechnical disciplines at the university in the face of COVID-19 pandemic

Viktor Shurygin, Alexander Deryagin, Lyubov Krasnova, Ilmir Sahabiev

Abstract


Studying physics and many related disciplines at all education levels includes not only learning the theoretical material, but also the formation of skills and abilities to apply the knowledge gained in practice. This occurs mainly during laboratory work when students directly contact with specific laboratory equipment. With the forced transition to distance learning due to the development of the COVID-19 pandemic, the main difficulties in many universities arose precisely during the implementation of laboratory workshops. The purpose of this study is to analyze the possibilities of modern digital teaching aids for the effective remote implementation of a laboratory workshop in physics and related disciplines. The study was carried out at the premises of the Yelabuga Institute of the Kazan Federal University. The study was carried out on the basis of the Yelabuga Institute of the Kazan Federal University. Seventy-nine (79) students took part in the experiment (second- and third-year students). The results obtained show that a well-arranged combination of various digital tools and technologies makes it possible to effectively implement laboratory works in physics and electrotechnical disciplines in a distance learning format. The research results may be useful for university teachers using distance learning technologies in laboratory work in natural science disciplines.

Keywords


University Physics Electrotechnical disciplines Laboratory workshop Distance learning technologies

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