R. Zhilmagambetova, A. Mubarakov, A. Alimagambetova


The article considers the tasks and features of mathematics training for students of secondary vocational education. Special attention is paid to the need to solve the problem of adaptation of students to the conditions of study in college and the organization of independent work. In this regard, the authors propose to make wider use of the practice of adaptive learning as innovative pedagogical tools. The article considers the concept of the effectiveness of adaptive personalized learning and suggests the directions by which it can be evaluated. As an example, the experience of implementing an adaptive educational course “Mathematics”, designed in the Articulate Storyline platform, is analyzed. The module is designed to organize and support adaptive learning of students of the Department of Information Systems by means of adaptive educational technologies. The results of the training are analyzed, and the possibilities of the Articulate Storyline platform in ensuring the independent work of students are presented. The main part of the article is devoted to evaluating the effectiveness of e-learning using an adaptive educational platform. With the help of questionnaires and tools of the Articulate Storyline platform, an assessment of the educational result achieved was made, the degree of motivation of students to master the discipline of mathematics was analyzed, and the attitude of students to the process of e-learning using an adaptive educational platform was investigated.

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mathematics, engineering specialties, student, results of training, adaptive learning platforms, educational process.

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