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Interactive information technology distance teaching disciplines "Chamber ensemle."

Gernet N/D., Lisitskaya E.V.1

Ukrainian association "women in science and education" nadezhdadg@yandex.ru ; naukaint2016@gmail.com

1Moskow Gubensky colledg of arts141406, Khimki, Bibliotechnaya, 10 Tel. +7 9163276011 levgia@yandex.ru

"The time is out of joint, - O cursed spite,

That ever I was born to set it right!"

W. Shakespeare, «Hamlet».

The generalization of the accumulated experience, the fixation of patterns, the study of

features, the systematization of identities, as a result, enable a person to solve more and more

multifaceted, voluminous tasks. But life also prepares us for new tests. The transition to

distance learning (DL) in order to prevent the spread of diseases to the coronavirus Covid-19

made it urgent to choose tools to ensure maximum perception of the subject by students. The

authors previously developed an information technology (IT) for choosing such a toolkit,

using a synergistic approach that considers the mechanisms of interaction of various,

maximally diverse, teaching tools, which allows you to create new, more complex cognitive

structures that can provide a multidimensional perception of the subject under study. The

results obtained were applied to create an interactive IT distance teaching discipline

"Chamber Ensemble" (CE). In CE, it is always relevant to maximize the disclosure of the

idea of a musical work (MW). The complex task of adequately interpreting the CE of the

composer's intention becomes extremely difficult in the conditions of DL, since the classical

methods based on live hearing, emotional interaction, intuitive-sensory perception require

direct contact (DC). The need to integrate into a single performance of the MW demanded the

organization of an interactive IT interaction of the quarantined members of the ensemble, led

by the teacher, using a large number of both technical means, software for the ability to

exchange individual parts of a single MW, and modern musicological worldview, largely

based on the latest knowledge different areas of science. A professionally carried out iterative

process of bringing the disparate parts of a single whole (the composer's author's intention)

closer together can lead to a "miracle" - the unification of a CE that conveys to the listener

emotions, colors, feelings, ideas embedded in the MW. The experience DL for a CE showed

that the IT used gave an unexpectedly active impetus during the transition to full-time

education, the effectiveness of training increased markedly. At the same time, distance

learning significantly reduces risks, transport, time and resource costs. Blended learning is

promising, in which DL compensates for the shortcomings of the DC, and the DC

compensates for the disadvantages of DL.

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