Модел ИБТ 3Д технологије у систему дуалног образовања

Божа Д. Миљковић, Универзитет у Новом Саду, Педагошки факултет у Сомбору, имејл: boza.miljkovic@pef.uns.ac.rs
Малиша Р. Жижовић, Универзитет у Новом Саду, Педагошки факултет у Сомбору
Иновације у настави, XXXI, 2018/4, стр. 129–144

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doi: 10.5937/inovacije1804129M

 

Резиме: Мултимедијална средства и материјали за учење морају подржавати програмско и стручно учење и оспособљавање, тј. морају бити засновани на дигиталним системима који обезбеђују симулације, проблемску анализу, анализу процеса, уз коришћење савремених алата и технологија. Савремена употреба рачунара и информационо-комуникационих технологија (ИКТ) у образовном процесу обезбеђује целовито сагледавање и анализу природних и друштвених појава и догађаја кроз интегрисан приступ настави. Предности примене савремених ИКТ алата и апликативног софтвера у систему дуалног образовања у раду су описане кроз пример примене интерактивне беле табле, скраћено ИБТ (енг. Interactive White Board – IWB), као често употребљаваног алата у настави. Развојем технологије интерактивне беле табле у 3Д технологији превазиђене су мањкавости у демонстрацији и симулацији амбијента, окружења, аудио-визуелних доживљаја и вишесензорских интеракција. У раду је описан један нов концептуални модел употребе ИБТ-а у 3Д технологији у наставном процесу, тј. ефекти његове примене са аспекта дуалног и стручног система образовања. Развој технологије ИБТ-а у правцу примене у 3Д-у произвео је и нов квалитет детаљних графичких приказа, остварене су интеракција и интеграција са доступним базама знања, релевантним теоријама и туторским системима. Применом савремене ИБТ технологије у 3Д-у образовно окружење постаје јединствено (енг. Surround System) и истовремено активира сва чула већим интензитетом, те тако утиче на стимулацију когнитивних процеса, на развој вештина и мишићне меморије.
Кључне речи: апликативни софтвер, информационо-комуникационе технологије (ИКТ), интерактивна бела табла (IWB), дуално образовање, тродимензионалност (3Д).

Summary: Multimedia tools and materials for learning have to support the programme and professional learning, i.e. they must be based on digital systems which provide simulations, problem analysis, and process analysis, along with using modern tools and technologies. By means of an integrated approach to teaching, modern-day use of computers and information-communication technologies (ICT) in education enables an overall analysis of natural and social phenomena and events. The paper describes the advantages of using modern ICT tools and applicative software in dual education on the example of the application of the integrative white-board (IWB) in the classroom. The flaws in the demonstration and simulation of ambience, environment, audio-visual experiences and multisensory interactions have been overcome owing to the development of the interactive whiteboard in 3D technology. The paper provides a description of a new conceptual model of using IWB in 3D technology in the classroom, i.e. the effects of its application from the perspective of dual and vocational system of education. The development of the 3D IWB technology provided a new quality of detailed graphic images, enabled an integration of and interaction with the available knowledge data bases, relevant theories and tutoring systems. The application of the 3D IWB technology turns the educational environment into a surround system, it activates simultaneously, and with a greater intensity, all senses, and directly stimulates cognitive processes, the development of various skills and muscle memory.
Кeywords: applicative software, information-communication technologies (ICT), interactive white-board (IWB), dual education, three-dimensionality (3D).

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