Taisia Bukina1*, Liliya Malakhova2, Elena Novgogrodova3, Liliya Nurova4

1Assoc. Prof., Kazan Federal University, Russia, staikautochkina@gmail.com

2Assoc. Prof., Kazan State Institute of Culture, Russia, alena_novgorodov@mail.ru

3Assoc. Prof., Kazan State Institute of Culture, Russia, liliyamalah@mail.ru

4Assoc. Prof., Kazan Branch of The Russian State University of Justice, Russia, n_lika@list.ru

*Corresponding author



Hybrid learning is a modern trend in the organization of the educational process, the importance of which can hardly be overestimated in the constantly changing socio-economic and political situation in the world. This type of learning removes barriers and makes education accessible to anyone with the Internet connection. The opportunities that modern technologies provide to teachers and students are really important. Students can be involved into studying no matter where they are and what device they use. Hybrid classes and blended learning not only expand learning opportunities, but also help with certification of knowledge and skills. Educational partnership with business becomes available. The online accessibility of different courses from any device in any place is increasing, and proctoring is easier. Hybrid learning also enables the simultaneous work of online participants and in-person students in a joint educational environment.

The aim of our study is to determine a set of tools for hybrid learning, which helps to increase the attractiveness and quality of education.

The research methods – various approaches to the organization of hybrid learning analysis; introduction of selected tools into the learning process; a survey to collect feedback from teachers and students after they have worked together in a hybrid format; statistical methods for processing the obtained data. The study took place in the period February-June 2022 in groups of students of Kazan Federal University.

The results – the authors overviewed different tools suitable for Hybrid learning and suggested using MicrosoftTeams to organize remote connection of students to classes held in in-person format; the Moodle platform for posting assignments, tests and proctoring; sites and applications such as Learning App, Miro and Quizlet for group work and projects.

Keywords: hybrid learning, educational platform, application, learning flexibility


DOI: https://doi.org/10.51508/intcess.202345

CITATION: Abstracts & Proceedings of INTCESS 2023- 10th International Conference on Education and Education of Social Sciences, 23-25 January, 2023, Istanbul, Turkey

ISBN: 978-605-72065-0-3