Remote educational technology

  Since March 16 of this year, Aktobe higher Polytechnic College has switched to distance learning using the MOODLE system, in order to ensure the safety and health of students and teachers, as well as to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection during a pandemic. All students were given login passwords and instructions for DOT. For students who do not have Internet in remote regions, teachers have prepared educational materials on paper and electronic (on a flash drive) media and tasks for them. It also looks for ways to connect them to other applications that have a low-speed Internet connection.
Theoretical classes are held online strictly according to the approved schedule. Changes were made to the schedule of the educational process of the College for the passage of industrial practices at a later date. Despite the country’s difficulties, we are now seeing a well-coordinated work of the learning bridge: on the one hand, remotely working College teachers at home and, on the other, students at home actively performing the task of teachers and participating in online conferences of the additional ZOOM application.