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Ovchinnikov V.A., Novokhatskii D.A., Zharkov S.A., Egorenkov D.V. Binary classes as an innovative form of education

Binary classes as an innovative form of education
Vladimir Aleksandrovich Ovchinnikov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, head of the Department, Dmitri Aleksandrovich Novokhatskii, the candidate of law sciences, deputy head of the Department, Sergey Alexandrovich Zharkov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Dmitri Vladimirovich Egorenkov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, teacher, Volgograd Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation

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The article is devoted to the study of the features of binary classes in higher educational institutions of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia. The study describes the stages of preparation for the binary classes. The authors prove that binary classes can increase the motivation of the students, to form the interest in the comprehension of the profession. The authors prove that the binary lesson is the highest form of implementation of the new educational standards, because it allows achieving high results and improving the competence of the students. Binary classes create conditions for the practical application of the knowledge, systematize knowledge, develop self-education skills, as students prepare for the lesson independently, they are engaged in the search for information, facts, arguments necessary for research, registration of results.
Keywords: binary classes, means, methods, introduction of new technologies, cognitive activity of students.
 
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Article arrived in edition 29.10.2019
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